Georgia is one of only 16 states in the nation that does not have a Mask Mandate statewide as of August 14, 2020.
Due to this, many public and private school systems have encouraged masks but they are not required. Some school systems have made masks part of their dress code.
Encouraging students to wear masks can be accomplished by helping them to recognize good mask-wearing and helping educate them on how masks can stop the spread of SARS-COV2.
The following Lab was developed by Dr. Cassidy and used at Commerce High School on August 12th to review creating charts and graphs.
Students reviewed the basic types of charts and graphs and split into small teams to use random sampling to collect information on mask wearing.
The google document is available below. Please feel free to copy and modify and use. If you are willing, you can share your graphs and data with us and we will share them on social media.
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Here is the basic data collected by Dr. Cassidy’s science students. Students can create the graphs using paper and markers or use a program like Google Sheets or Excel.
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