Q9 Changes Over Time Breakout Challenge

13. Dig the Data

Dig the Data Lock and Key and magnifying glass searching


Note: If you do not know what a 21t4s Digital Breakout Activity is, open the content box on the right above the Printer icon, read and watch the video for hints.

In this Breakout Quest Activity you will take on the challenge to Dig through the Data and solve the keys to 4 locks to you show that you can understand how to:

  • analyze data and interpret changes over time
  • use spreadsheets, charts and visual representations as tools to help organize and evaluate data
  • create, organize, analyze and share representations of data in a spreadsheet, chart, graph, and data plot formats with my teacher and classmates.

Enter the 21t4s Dig the Data - Digital Breakout Room Here or select the image below.

Screenshot of shovel in dirt with the title Dig the Data, and an timer image with 34 minutes to count down and Dig..Dig..Dig.. text and image.

Once you unlock it, you might want to take a screenshot of the Award for your portfolio, or check with your teacher.

Please be sure to tell us what you think of this Breakout Activity so that we can meet your needs. Teachers and Students please use this link for a very short survey about this breakout

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right pointing green arrowawardicon I have completed the Quests as assigned by my teacher.
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MITECS  Michigan Integrated Technology Competencies for Students, and

ISTE Standards for Students

5. Computational Thinker
a. Formulate problem definitions suited for technology-assisted methods such as data analysis, abstract models and algorithmic thinking in exploring and finding solutions
b. Collect data or identify relevant data sets
c. Break problems into component parts, extract key information

6. Creative Communicator
a. Create original works or responsibly repurpose or remix digital resources into new creations
b. Communicate complex ideas clearly and effectively by creating or using a variety of digital objects such as visualizations, models or simulations
d. Publish or present content that customizes the message and medium for a variety of audiences.

A Digital Breakout may also be called a Digital Escape Room.

This is a web-based, game-like activity where students use clues to unlock a series of puzzles or activities to solve a challenge (or to escape a digital room).

Students frequently work together, (conference, or chat) as they work to locate and solve clues.

For additional help  to solve a breakout view this short video (3:44).