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1 May 2016 Using MapBox Software to Help Students See Trends in Biology
Dorothybelle Poli, Lisa Stoneman, Anna Siburn, William Bader, Emma Clarke
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Technology applications can offer an accessible way for teachers to bring the real world into science classes. Using MapBox Studio, a free mapping software program, our cross-disciplinary student teams were able to visually conceptualize large datasets and see emerging trends for themselves, facilitating the research process while making student learning more active and engaged.

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Dorothybelle Poli, Lisa Stoneman, Anna Siburn, William Bader, and Emma Clarke "Using MapBox Software to Help Students See Trends in Biology," The American Biology Teacher 78(5), 426-427, (1 May 2016). https://doi.org/10.1525/abt.2016.78.5.426
Published: 1 May 2016
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