Resources for teaching statistics: Classroom Activities, Key Resources

1.10, Level 3, Level 4, Level 5, 1.12 Stick Figure Data Cards – Anna Fergusson

This population of stick people was created using data from the CensusAtSchool 2015 database.

For the data cards, rather than put/indicate gender on the card, a fictional name, taken from the names of children entered in the 2015 Auckland kids marathon was used.

The relevant questions from the CensusAtSchool 2015 survey are:

Q1, Q2, Q17, Q27 cellphone, facebook, snapchat, Q31 TV, and Q32 reading (the questions can be found here).

The diagram below shows what each part of the data card represents:

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Download the data cards

For some great teaching notes for using data cards, check out ID cards and Using data cards

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