Data Displays

Data Displays
Objective: You will use local data to create a data display to effectively communicate
relevant findings to other educators.
Directions
Your task is to create data display for a school or district.
1. Locate your data. You can use your own data or access a school or district’s most
recent data report from the NJ DOE website. If you use NJ data, you should go back to
2018-19 before reports
You could focus on one or more of the following indicators of student performance or
wellbeing:
• ELA growth
Your data set should allow you to make comparisons between subgroups such as:
• race/ethnicity
• economic disadvantage
• disability status
• English learner status or
• gender

2. Organize your data.
Use a spreadsheet (Numbers, Excel, or Google Sheets) to organize your data and
create displays. Format your charts and tables to make them clear and uncluttered,
using appropriate titles and data labels. Choose a professional color scheme (avoid the
default settings).
3. Create your document.
Your data display should fit onto one or two pages and have simple headings, text, and
formatting to help the reader understand the data’s context. You will be graded using
the Data Display Rubric.

Accuracy and completeness
(20 points)
• Tables, charts, and calculations are free from error
• Specific values correct and apparent
• Y-axes begin at zero and allow for comparisons
across similar charts
• Source of data is apparent
• Data are complete
Formatting
(20 points)
• Tables and charts contain titles and descriiptions of the
data illustrated
• Axes in charts, columns and rows in tables are clearly
labeled and/or units are clearly identifiable
• Values are reported to the same number of significant
figures
• Text size is large enough to read and consistent
across charts.
• Charts are uncluttered
Usefulness
(20 points)
• A significant and relevant focus is apparent in each
section (e.g. the reader is sufficiently cued when the
focus has shifted)
• The data directly relate to the focus
• The overall document provides information
appropriate to the target audience
Professionalism
(20 points)
• Project is free from spelling or grammatical error
• The report is polished and professional (e.g. headings
are larger than chart titles) (20 points)
• Project is free from spelling or grammatical error
• The report is polished and profess

You can use your own data or access a school or district’s most recent data report on the NJ DOE website. (Links to an external site.) Avoid recent years due to Covid-19 impacts on data collection.
Your data display should include at least one subgroup comparison.

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