In this data handling activity, students determine biased and unbiased questions to surveys. They explore methods of data collection and design a data collection sheet. This two-page activity contains 3 multi-step problems.
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Now You SeeIt, Now You Don't: Using SeeIt to Compare Stacked Dotplots to Boxplots
How does your data stack up? A hands-on activity asks pupils to collect a set of data by measuring their right-hand reach. Your classes then analyze their data using a free online software program and make conclusions as to the...
9th - 12th Math CCSS: Designed
Linear and Exponential Models—Comparing Growth Rates
Does a linear or exponential model fit the data better? Guide your class through an exploration to answer this question. Pupils create an exponential and linear model for a data set and draw conclusions, based on predictions and the...
9th - 10th Math CCSS: Designed
In the Olympics, are Women Improving Faster than Men?
Will the time come when women outperform men at the Olympic Games?Scholars investigate gender differences in Olympic Games performances. They study the historical participation of women and then analyze data to determine if women will...
6th - 9th Math
Career in Real Estate and Customer Service: Working with Central Tendency
Students research careers in real estate and customer service. In this measures of central tendency lesson, students use the results from their research to find the mean and median of the annual wages for each career. Students analyze...
7th - 9th 21st Century Skills CCSS: Designed