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Slow Reveal Graphing - Shared screen with speaker view
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
27:58
I notice that there are 3 colors in each circle
Anna Hunt
28:03
I wonder what this represents?
Lisa Lamb
28:03
I wonder what the circles represent.
Montagne Elizabeth
28:04
I wonder what the blue represents?
Jennifer La Cross
28:05
I notice the blue and yellow parts of the circle are different sizes on each circle.
Ashley Breeden
28:05
It looks like a pie chart, possibly percentages. I wonder what the black circle is for.
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
28:08
I wonder if the black is part of the data
Michelle Syverson
28:14
I wonder what the colors represent?
lmougel
28:16
The blue is increasing each time
CeCe Nasland
28:18
Is it about the CHargers since it is blue and gold?
Nick Johnson
28:19
Dark blue and orange . And then black circles in the middle
katie andan
28:21
I noticed the amount of yellow is decreasing and the amount of blue is increasing… there are 8 circles, the black circle seems to change shapes a bit as well
Randolph Philipp
28:23
I notice 8 circles, the interior black region seems constant, the blue disc is increasing.
Anna Hunt
28:29
How are they related?
Patti Guthrie
28:29
I wonder if this is a progression of learning knowledge gain.
Montagne Elizabeth
28:30
I notice that in the bottom row the blue covers more area than the orange
Nick Johnson
28:35
8 circles
Valentyna Banner
28:37
I notice the yellow seems to be decreasing as I read from left to right and top to bottom
Maria Di Meglio
28:38
Some have more blue than yellow & vice versa
CeCe Nasland
28:38
Are they pie graphs?
Edward Dassian
28:39
Why are the yellow and the blue never at an equal 50/50
Jill Levan
28:47
As the purple gets bigger, the yellow gets smaller.
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
28:48
I wonder if the blue is increasing at the same rate that the yellow is decreasing
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
29:27
yellow = hours awakeblue = hours asleep
CeCe Nasland
29:31
awake vs asleep
Valentyna Banner
29:31
We know what yellow and blue represent.
CeCe Nasland
29:48
maybe by ages?
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
29:55
The total is 8 hours?
CeCe Nasland
29:59
maybe by days of the week?
Lisa Lamb
30:58
2, 4, 8, 10
Ashley Breeden
31:19
20 hours of sleep in the bottom right
CeCe Nasland
31:52
18 hr sleep - 3/4 of a 24 hr period
Ashley Breeden
31:58
18 hours of sleep because blue looks to be approx. 3/4
Randolph Philipp
32:15
The “7th” has a little less blue than the 8th, and the 8th is 20 hours of sleep, so the 7th might be 20 - x hours of sleep, for x about 2?
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
32:29
I'm guessing 6 hours awake or 18 hours of sleep because it doesn't look as big as the 8 hours of sleep above, but it is larger than the 4 hours awake to the right
Montagne Elizabeth
32:45
17 or 18 hours of sleep.. Two sections of 8 and a bit more.
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
33:17
baby
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
33:19
haha
CeCe Nasland
33:19
number 2 Is the reverse of number 8
Montagne Elizabeth
34:25
An animal the hibernates?
Lisa Lamb
34:28
Aha!
Jennifer La Cross
34:38
Title
Jonalee Castillo (she/her)
34:44
The title
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
34:45
That this is a 24 hour day and animals - the title
Lisa Lamb
34:51
How many hours animals sleep in a 24-hour day
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
34:59
I'm guessing the name of the animal might go in the black section!
Alison Williams
34:59
Validated Katie’s hypothesis
Lisa Lamb
35:25
20 hours of sleep maybe is a sloth?
Jonalee Castillo (she/her)
35:31
Diurnal and nocturnal animals
Fargason Sharon
35:31
My cat sleeps about 20 hours a day.
Alison Williams
35:44
Specific knowledge Ashley
Fargason Sharon
36:08
My cat is particularly lazy!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
36:43
I feel convinced by Ashley's prediction for 20 hours being a sloth!
Patti Guthrie
36:52
birds
Ashley Breeden
36:52
20- koala
Randolph Philipp
36:55
2 1/2 hours - Alison working on her dissertation
Nick Johnson
36:56
Parent of a newborn
Jill Levan
36:59
Hummingbird for the least?
Montagne Elizabeth
37:00
Are we only considering mammals?
katie andan
37:02
Sloth the most, fish the least
CeCe Nasland
37:03
I am very curious now...
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
37:07
I wonder if the animal that sleeps the least could be an insect of some kind?
Montagne Elizabeth
37:08
Bird is one of the least
Ashley Breeden
37:21
15- big cats
Edward Dassian
37:29
Would other animals in the cat family be considered? I remember hearing lions sleep most of the day
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
37:45
Maybe 15 is a type of bear?
Alison Williams
38:27
So it’s not just mammals
Montagne Elizabeth
38:40
definitely not
Montagne Elizabeth
38:51
Surprising about elephants.
CeCe Nasland
39:11
Do the elephants roam around at night?? or just not sleep...
Randolph Philipp
39:13
Something really big! A whale?
Montagne Elizabeth
39:39
My sense is it may be a type of bird.
Alison Williams
39:39
That sparks my curiosity about whether reptiles need more in general?
Nick Johnson
39:57
Wow I had no idea!
Montagne Elizabeth
40:02
I am very surprised
CeCe Nasland
40:05
Very interesting!
CeCe Nasland
40:28
Does it vary by climate too?
Lisa Lamb
40:31
I didn’t know that! How different this conversation might have been without the reveal!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
40:34
I wonder how you would make sure students didn't feel like they were wrong (like Ashley knowing info about sloths) even thought their data isn't in the graph?
Patti Guthrie
40:52
Giraffes require less sleep than squirrels.
Alison Williams
40:56
I agree Sara… there is definitely a way to position this safely to validate
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
40:59
Brown Bats need more sleep than the other animals.
Jennifer La Cross
41:01
Human sleep more hours on average than elephants.
Anna Hunt
41:14
A brown bat needs more hours of sleep than a giraffe.
CeCe Nasland
41:16
brown bats sleep more than any other animal in this chart.
Valentyna Banner
41:21
A brown bat sleeps more than a dog in a 24 hour day.
Nick Johnson
41:26
Python sleeps more than the squirrel on avg
Montagne Elizabeth
41:27
Dogs sleep fewer hours than cats on average
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
41:30
Cats sleep 2.5 more hours a day compared to dogs.
Lissette Sanchez-Higuera
41:31
Brown bats sleep more than giraffes.
Jill Levan
41:41
Humans sleep more than Giraffes and elephants.
Edward Dassian
41:45
A brown bat requires a greater amount of sleep than a cat
Maria Di Meglio
41:48
A cat sleeps more than a human
Montagne Elizabeth
41:50
Cats sleep a greater number of hours on average than dogs.
Ashley Breeden
41:54
Pythons need 10 more hours of sleep than humans, on average.
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
41:56
How fun would it be to have them add to the graph based on their own knowledge!
Ashley Breeden
42:38
Love that idea @Sara!
Lisa Lamb
43:07
slowrevealgraphs.com
Montagne Elizabeth
43:41
I love that they have social justice graphs.
Randolph Philipp
49:20
Blue = Major League Baseball
Lisa Lamb
49:41
purple = NBA?
Lisa Lamb
49:44
oops!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
49:46
I wonder if this is just the US or around the world?
Montagne Elizabeth
49:56
Purple soccer?
CeCe Nasland
50:00
Golf? Soccer?
Ashley Breeden
50:05
NHl purple
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
50:06
purple - hockey?
Ashley Breeden
50:11
NHL*
Montagne Elizabeth
50:14
Hockey?
Nick Johnson
50:17
The blue dip is the work stoppage in mlb?
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
50:18
hockey
Lisa Lamb
50:23
What?!
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
50:24
oh!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
50:32
lol, what?
Lisa Lamb
51:28
Interesting to consider change over time for each league as well.
Nick Johnson
54:11
Love that!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
55:42
That's awesome!
Alison Williams
55:46
I had no idea box jellyfish had so many eyes!
Ashley Breeden
55:47
How inspiring!
Lisa Lamb
56:03
Love it!
Jill Levan
56:30
Interesting the relative sizes of the bars.
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
58:30
same
Ashley Pirrello
59:04
I’m 5th please
Idos Margarita
01:00:37
5th please
Ashley Breeden
01:14:20
Do you have apps or websites you recommend for creating our own graphs with our own data sets?
Montagne Elizabeth
01:14:35
Thanks Ashley
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
01:17:50
It does seem like it would be possible to build with Google Slides!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
01:18:08
using problems/graphs/etc that you already have built into your units
Alison Williams
01:18:35
https://padlet.com/alison_williams1/8tg8erarrzd3ubty
Lisa Lamb
01:19:32
#sdmathproject
Lisa Lamb
01:20:03
Wonderful session!! Thank you!!
Alison Williams
01:20:26
Rosanna was MY conversation for years!!!
Nick Johnson
01:21:10
https://newscenter.sdsu.edu/education/ste/mat-math-science.aspx
Lisa Lamb
01:22:47
A couple of current students are here today!!
Jenna Laib
01:23:34
Thank you for making me smile. :)
Nick Johnson
01:23:36
Oh wow fantastic!
Randolph Philipp
01:23:40
Is everyone on this Zoom call a pedagogical genius?
CeCe Nasland
01:23:42
Thank you - great session!!
Amelia Stone-Johnstone
01:23:50
Thank you!
Jonalee Castillo (she/her)
01:23:52
Thank you so much!
Ashley Breeden
01:23:54
Thank you!
Sara Odioso (She/Her)
01:23:57
Thank you!!
Millhoff Sarah
01:24:01
Thank you!
Jessie Drew
01:24:02
Thank you!
Jenna Laib
01:24:05
I love hearing everyone’s thinking about this! Thank you, Alison and Sanjana!
Montagne Elizabeth
01:24:05
This was great, thank YOU. Can’t wait to browse Slow Reveal dot com
Idos Margarita
01:24:16
Thank you
Lissette Sanchez-Higuera
01:24:17
Thank you!
De La Cruz Rosanna
01:24:18
Thank you for this! It was wonderful!!
Ashley Pirrello
01:24:19
Thank you!
Randolph Philipp
01:24:25
Great session! Thank you!
Anna Hunt
01:24:35
Thank you, it was great!
Jill Levan
01:24:37
Thank you!