We draw upon insights from design-based research in developing the TADA (Tangible Data) system, in order to understand how data literacy, data mapping, and visualization might be aided through the translation of data into dynamic learner-created sculptures. Through the PaperMech medium, we are also able to see how storytelling and creation might be used to further understand the information in the data. We describe workshop design and discuss how the TADA system could be a useful tool in the future of 6-8th grade data science pedagogy.
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