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#### Statistics Fun: Confidence Intervals

Statistics can be fun. Five educational videos demonstrate for high school stats and probability scholars the how-tos of confidence intervals.
Viewers learn how to calculate margin of error and standard deviation, calculate a margin of...

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#### Surface Tension

Adhesion and cohesion, capillary motion and wetting states, hydrophilic and hydrophobic surfaces are the focus of a nine-resource collection that has high schoolers examine some of the interesting properties of water. The four lessons...

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#### EngageNY Algebra II Module 4: Inferences and Conclusions from Data

The Algebra II Module 4 collection focuses on four topics: Probability, Modeling Data Distributions, Drawing Conclusions Using Data from a Sample, and Drawing Conclusions Using Data from an Experiment. Students show what they have...

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#### Statistics Fun: Sample Size

How calculating! Viewers of a six-video collection learn how to solve for sample size when the confidence, error, and z score are known. Other videos discuss standard deviation, margin of error, and proportion. The tutorials also use...

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#### Statistics Fun: Standard Deviation

Designed for statistics classes, a seven-video tutorial collection models how to calculate standard deviation and variance, explains degrees of freedom, how to solve standard deviation and variance by hand or by using Excel, and how to...

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#### Population Dynamics

Will human population growth always be exponential, or will we find a limiting factor we can't avoid? Young scientists learn about both exponential and logistic growth models in various animal populations. They use case studies to...

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#### Information Technology: Photoshop Scale

Scaling is a practical skill as well as a topic to be addressed throughout the Common Core math standards. You are given three different presentations and a detailed teacher's guide to use while teaching proportion, as well as practice...

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#### Lesson: Guilt-Free Chocolate

Experiment with chocolate coating on cookies! What a delightful way to learn about food processing and chemical engineering. Throughout this activity, groups collect measurements and make calculations. They conclude by writing...

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#### Animal Research and Vaccines

Animals save lives. In small groups pupils research the role of animals in the development of vaccines. Each team investigates one disease to find out how the vaccine was developed and how animals played a role n the research. Groups...

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#### Learning From Animals

Is all research on animals bad? Learners use a video to understand how animal research benefits humans. Pupils read about a drug modification turned deadly and the result of the 1938 Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act. Scholars use a...

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#### The Innate Immune System

My body is my castle. Pupils learn about the innate immune system in the second lesson of a three-part unit on the immune system by comparing the innate immune system to a castle and moat. Groups conduct a simulation where they try to...

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#### Discovery and Development of Vaccines

Stop the spread. Pupils work through two activities to gain an understanding of vaccines and immunity. Learners research different types of vaccines and how they are made and explore the advantages and disadvantages of them. Using a...

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#### Development of Disease and Infection

It's all in the cards. Using cards to simulate a disease's attack on the immune system, pupils develop an understanding of how the immune system and pathogens react to each other and why at times the pathogen wins. Groups play a game to...

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#### Over the Hill - Aging on a Normal Curve

Nobody is too old to learn something new. Young statisticians analyze census data on the percentage of the population older than 65 years old in US counties. They fit a normal distribution to the data, determine the mean and standard...

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#### Survey Activity

It's time to take a survey. After looking at an example of a survey on lunch preferences, groups design their own surveys. They consider the sample size and sampling technique, then conduct the surveys. As a final activity, they create...

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#### How Do Facebook Likes Accrue Likes?

Finally, a project pupils will instantly like! Young mathematicians collect data on the number of likes they receive for a social media post over time. During the first part of the project, they determine a curve of best fit and...

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#### Is Fall Normal?

Fine the normality of fall measurements. Pairs collect measurements of fall leaves and one other fall object. Using the measurements, the groups determine the descriptive statistics for the object and using the Empirical Rule, figure out...

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#### The Normal Distribution Activity

For whom does the bell fit? Pupils begin by working in groups gather data on three different variables. They then determine the mean and standard deviation of each data set and create bell curves. To finish, they answer guiding questions...

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#### Are We Normal?

Develop a sense of normal. Learners develop two questions to ask classmates to gather numerical data before creating a box and whisker plot and a histogram to display their data. Class members make inferences and investigate the data...

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#### What is My Standing Height Wise?

Given a scenario in which a class member wants to prove his height is not an outlier, pairs devise a plan and gather evidence to help support his claim. The small groups implement their plans and create graphical displays of their data...

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#### How Normal Are You?

It's completely normal to learn about normal distributions. An engaging lesson has young statisticians collect and analyze data about their classmates as well as players on the school's football team. They determine whether each set of...

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#### SAT and ACT – How Equitable Are They?

Test the test takers' knowledge of statistics about data from the SAT and ACT tests. Future collegians explore the idea of gender and racial bias in high-stakes college admissions exams. They analyze historical data on average scores by...

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#### Corn and Popcorn

Have a popping good time. Using probability and statistics skills, learners determine which type of popcorn to buy based on the percentage of kernels popped. After analyzing corn and popcorn sales to make a prediction of future sales,...

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#### What Is Normal?

Are you taller than a Major League Baseball player? Future mathematicians learn about normal distributions, percentiles, z-scores, and areas under a normal curve. They use the concepts to analyze height data of Major League Baseball...