In Geography I have my students analyse a lot of data of varying indicators that depict wellbeing of countries. The below resource is a 20 page PDF from worldpopdata.org , 10 of which are tables of data which is so overwhelming the only way to truly understand it is to clean it up. The website has many different visualisations to help student ( and the human brain) to make sense of all the data being presented to them. However, I have asked students a series of scaffolded questions to ultimately design their own infographic using a selected section of the data. The site also has some excellent lesson plans that can be tweaked to incorporate app design that would clean up the data answering important questions about the wellbeing of countries world wide.
#Geography2018 World Population Data Sheet With Focus on Changing Age Structures â Population Reference Bureau PRB Projects 2.3 Billion More People Living on Earth by 2050. The world population will reach 9.9 billion by 2050, up 2.3 billion or 29 percent from an estimated 7.6 billion people now, according to projections by Population Reference Bureau (PRB) included in the 2018 World Population Data Sheet. prb.org
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