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Value of Mistakes. Making Mistakes Using R

Author(s): Staci Neas Johnson

Southern Wesleyan University

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Summary:
This module allows students to frame mistakes and frustrations during their first introduction to R in terms of improved learning and growth mindset.

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This adaptation of Value of Mistakes consists of a PowerPoint presentation of "Value of Mistakes.V2" handout with interactive question slides (UDL Checkpoint 5.1 & 7.2) and a revised reflection assignment.  In-class questions range from a review of growth and fixed mindset (UDL Checkpoint 3.4) to open ended questions about their experiences with RStudio (UDL Checkpoint 7.2 & 9.3).  

A data file is included for use in the graphing activity (R Data) where students work during the class period to make a scatter plot.

The full activity and current adaptations have been mapped to the Universal Design for Learning framework.  This information is provided in the "Mapping to UDL" document.

Please Note: “Introduction to Growth Mindset” is recommended before this one.

Notes

This adaptation of Value of Mistakes consists of a PowerPoint presentation of Value of Mistakes.V2 handout with interactive question slides (UDL Checkpoint 5.1 & 7.2) and a revised reflection assignment.  In-class questions range from a review of growth and fixed mindset (UDL Checkpoint 3.4) to open ended questions about their experience with RStudio (UDL Checkpoint 7.2 & 9.3).  These interactive slides are woven into the full class period discussing their experiences so far with R coding.

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