Statistics and Probability Teacher Resources
What are the chances you can make it through one day without using or seeing statistics? It's highly unlikely, and that's why you can find resouces that cover tables, graphs, statistical models, and more, right here.
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Shaken Not Stirred
High schoolers engage in a lesson that is about finding the statistical value of a problem that is posed. They must read carefully through the entire problem and use notetaking skills in order to take down all the details. Then students use inductive reasoning to solve the problem with statistics.
9th - 12th Math 3 Views 20 Downloads
Exploring the Birthday Paradox Using a Monte Carlo Simulation and Graphing Calculators
Students understand and apply basic concepts of probability, use simulations to generate and explore data, develop an understanding of permutations as a counting technique and use varied representations to model and interpret mathematical phenomena.
8th - Higher Ed Math 4 Views 13 Downloads
NUMB3RS - Season 3 - "Provenance" - Set the Trap
Learners investigate concept of matrices through iteration in this probability instructional activity. They investigate probability by creating a instructional activity based on a famous painting. This assignment contains extensions to the instructional activity.
9th - 12th Math 3 Views 4 Downloads CCSS: Designed
Stick or Switch?
The vintage American game show Let's Make a Deal employed probability to keep viewers glued to their televisions. Add excitement to your classroom exploration of proportionality and probability with a game show of your own. Learners approaches range from guessing to coin flipping to computer simulations of multiple trials.
7th - 11th Math 10 Views 103 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
The History and Use of Sampling Methods
Young mathematicians define population, draw convenience sample from the population, draw quota sample from the population, and draw random probability sample from the population. They explain why a random probability sample usually gives more accurate results, explain a famous example of a convenience sample that failed, and explain a famous example of a quota sample that failed.
6th - 12th Math 4 Views 43 Downloads CCSS: Adaptable
Ninth graders engage in a lesson that is about the concept of probability using the context of recording data and predicting outcomes. They collect marbles while recording data and graphing it. The graph is analyzed and ideas are generated for future outcomes.
9th Math 3 Views 0 Downloads
Expected Value: E(X)
The gap between probability and statistics begins to become bridged in this video, where Sal explains the concepts of central and relative frequencies. Students who are transitioning between algebra and statistics will find this video enriching and very beneficial.
15 mins 7th - 11th Math 3 Views 21 Downloads
Data Analysis Using Technology
Analyze data using technology. Middle schoolers design data investigations, describe data, and draw their own conclusions. Then they select the best type of graph, graph and interpret the data, and look for patterns in trends. They also use a graphing calculator to investigate and to communicate their results.
5th - 8th Math 30 Views 521 Downloads
Sticks and Stones: Probability
Young scholars collect data and determine the mean. In this probability lesson, students play a game and collect information on the various moves. From the collected information, they determine the probability of winning the game. Young scholars modify the rules to create a different game, collect statistical information, and compute the average number of turns needed to win the game.
3rd - 8th Math 3 Views 52 Downloads
Graphs and More
Young statisticians create and interpret various types of graphs from data gathered. The focus here is on interpreting the data and drawing appropriate conclusions. Box-and-whisker plots, frequency distributions, scatterplots, and lines of best fit are explored.
8th - 9th Math 44 Views 378 Downloads
CAHSEE Practice: Problems 17-19
Taking students through problems 17-19 in this practice CAHSEE, the speaker illustrates how to solve problems involving reading data from tables, probability, and scatterplots. The speaker models careful question-reading and the necessary thinking process to find the correct answer.
6 mins 8th - 10th Math 3 Views 5 Downloads
Branching Out with Tree Diagrams
Young scholars are introduced to the purpose of tree diagrams. In groups, they analyze how insurance companies examine the outcomes of natural disasters. They work together to determine the probability of certain events occuring in a given location.
10th - 12th Math 3 Views 21 Downloads
North Versus South Different Villages
Students engage in a statistical analysis of Canada and other various countries. The data is presented to help develop an awareness of how Canada does in comparison to other developing nations. The stats are used to determine social, economic, and political differences.
9th - 12th Social Studies & History 3 Views 8 Downloads
Race To The Top
Students discover odds and probability by performing a class activity. In this statistics lesson plan, students create a paper clip spinner that can randomly land on one of three or four different numbers. Students each pick one number to root for as they race to see which number gets selected the most.
Pre-K - 1st Math 3 Views 34 Downloads