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Energise your computing lessons and delve into data from across the world.

Data Power supports learners to strengthen their data handling skills and consider how data can be used to improve lives. Learners take on an investigative role by collecting, analysing and visualising data about the lives of children in different countries.

  • Consider what data is collected about our daily lives and how it is used
  • Visualise and compare time use data from young people in Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam
  • Interpret well-being data and create infographics
  • Raise awareness about inequality

Watch this video to find out more about the data collected during the Young Lives project.

Created in partnership with Young Lives and with the support of Computing At School.

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