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For analyzing data, I love gapminder.org. I do not think it allows you to create, but as a history and social studies teacher, it is top notch. I think ELA teachers could use a graphing app to challenge students to use vocabulary words in their everyday life. Maybe even leave the app or website open so that at some point during the class students could log how many times they worked in various vocabulary words into their IMing the night before.
Thanks for the suggestion of Gapminder.org as a data tool. I appreciate your suggestion on how the ELA teachers can use data to enage students. I'm thrilled with your suggestions on how you use the tool with social studies.
Do you or others know of a data app that can be used to create and/or analyze data on an android device?