Walk the Line

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How confident are you? Explore the meaning of a confidence interval using class collected data. Learners analyze data and follow the steps to determine a 95 percent confidence interval. They then interpret the meaning of the confidence interval in the context of the data.

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CCSS: Designed
Instructional Ideas

  • Combine the data from all of your classes to increase the sample size
Classroom Considerations

  • Prior to the lesson, learners should be able to find a mean, median, and standard deviation for a set of data
  • Required materials include two sleep masks, graphing calculators, and a long hallway
Pros

  • Allows individuals to discover the meaning of a confidence interval through a hands-on activity
  • Includes an activity worksheet and a set of assessment questions
Cons

  • None