About these Graphs
The navigation for the different graphs is in the header above, as well as in the side bar on the right.
Each link is to a document with the full slow reveal (google slides, powerpoint, or PDF format). There are citations to the creator’s name and/or twitter handle, and the source of the graph.
The graphs are organized here by type, e.g. bar graph, pictograph, line graph. Within any given graph, there are many different pathways the slow reveal could take, and many different mathematical concepts that may be addressed (e.g. ratios, percentages, statistics, even addition and subtraction, etc.). There’s also countless ways to connect to the content areas. It is impossible to list all of these possibilities, so only a few will be listed on the site. You determine the most meaningful mathematical goals for your students.
Thanks to our amazing contributors:
- Brian Bushart (@bstockus)
- Connie Rivera (@Rivera_Con)
- Heidi Fessenden (@heidifessenden)
- Chris Hunter (@ChrisHunter36)
- Lisa Mellecker (@lkmellecker)
- Kathy Henderson (@kathyhen_)
- Liz Caffrey (@AsymptoticLiz)
- Tanis Giesbrecht (@mrs_giesbrecht)
- Chase Orton (@mathgeek76)
- Kassia Wedekind (@kassiaowedekind)
There is a bank of graphs and infographics waiting for you to turn them into #slowrevealgraphs!