## Reflection: Complex Tasks Is All This Burning Necessary? (Part 2/4) - Section 7: Day 15: Analysis of Data

In this video, I explain the importance of chunking the data analysis for students.  I also discuss the importance of collecting a large amount of data. Students can not only model the methods that professionals use, but they can also understand the importance of using large data sets with their statistical analysis.

Complex Tasks: Assisting Students in Data Analysis

# Is All This Burning Necessary? (Part 2/4)

Unit 14: Ecology
Lesson 2 of 4

## Big Idea: What other factors might affect a prairie ecosystem? Find out today.

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Ecology, Science, cause and effect, Developing and Using Models, Using mathematics and computational thinking , Systems and System Models, Ecosystem Dynamics, Scale, proportion, and quantity, Interdependence in Ecosystems
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### Ruth Hutson

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