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## › Important background information for teaching statistics

- NZ Statistics Curriculum
- Specifically Statistics – Maximising the benefits of statistical learning in schools (NZSA)
- Statistics: What has changed? (
*tki*) - Key Ideas in Statistical Literacy
- Key Ideas in Statistical Investigations
- Key Ideas in Probability
- Achievement Objectives from the Senior Secondary Guides (
*tki*) - Statistics in School and the future of work (NZSA)
- Glossary of Statistics terms
__(__*tki*) - National Moderator’s Newsletters
__(__*tki*) - Analysing NCEA statistics (
*Louise Addison*) - NZSA Education Conference 2014
- GAISE Schools Report (
*American Statistical Association, 5 Mb*) - List of American Resources (
*American Statistical Association*) - Reconnecting data and chance
- American Sources (from the ASA)
- Statistical Literacy and Scientific Investigation
- Response to RAMP 2014 (NZSA)

## › Strategies for teaching statistics

- iNZight for beginners: Year 9 – 13
- Engaging students in Statistics 2016 Panel discussion
- Supporting teachers new to teaching Statistics 2016 Panel discussion
- Going paperless: Google docs and more for Level 3 Internal Standards
- Technology for teaching
- Let them write their own textbook
- Improving PPDAC written responses: Years 9-13
- Writing statistical reports for Level 3 and before
- OSEM: A writing framework for Maths and Stats
- Writing techniques for report writing (2014)
- Issues in Level 3 NCEA Statistics Internal Assessment
- Discussion and interaction in Statistics classes

## › About the New Zealand schooling system

The New Zealand Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum is divided into 8 levels of learning. Below is a summary of the NZC levels and associated National Standards (for students aged 6 to 13) and NCEA levels (NZ national assessment) if applicable. There is a degree of flexibility within these guidelines for students to learn subject content earlier or later than the guidelines. New Zealand students typically start school at 5 years of age.

NZCurriculum |
Year at School |
Age (Approx) |
National Standards |
NCEA Ach. Stds |

Level 1 | 1, 2 | 5-7 yrs | After 1 yr, After 2 yrs | |

Level 2 | 3, 4 | 7-9 yrs | After 3 yrs, After 4 yrs | |

Level 3 | 5, 6 | 9-11 yrs | After 5 yrs, After 6 yrs | |

Level 4 | 7, 8 | 11-13 yrs | After 7 yrs, After 8 yrs | |

Level 5 | 9, 10 | 13-15 yrs | ||

Level 6 | 11 | 15-16 yrs | NCEA Level 1 | |

Level 7 | 12 | 16-17 yrs | NCEA Level 2 | |

Level 8 | 13 | 17-18 yrs | NCEA Level 3 |

## NZC Levels 1-5

## NZC Level 6, NCEA Level 1

- 1.10 Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle (91035)
- 1.11 Investigate bivariate numerical data using the statistical enquiry cycle (91036)
- 1.12 Demonstrate understanding of chance and data (91037)
- 1.13 Investigate a situation involving elements of chance (91038)

## NZC Level 7, NCEA Level 2

- 2.8 Design a questionnaire (91263)
- 2.9 Use statistical methods to make an inference (91264)
- 2.10 Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using statistical methods (91265)
- 2.11 Evaluate a statistically based report (91266)
- 2.12 Apply probability methods in solving problems (91267)
- 2.13 Investigate a situation involving elements of chance using a simulation (91268)

## NZC Level 8, NCEA Level 3

- 3.8 Investigate time series data (91580)
- 3.9 Investigate bivariate measurement data (91581)
- 3.10 Use statistical methods to make a formal inference (91582)
- 3.11 Conduct an experiment to investigate a situation using experimental design principles (91583)
- 3.12 Evaluate statistically based reports (91584)
- 3.13 Apply probability concepts in solving problems (91585)
- 3.14 Apply probability distributions in solving problems (91586)
- Scholarship (93201)

## Note

*The Department of Statistics, The University of Auckland, recommends AS3.10 Use Statistical Methods to make a Formal Inference, AS3.9 Investigate Bivariate Measurement Data, and AS3.13 Apply Probability Concepts in Solving Problems as a statistics core course for the approved subject Statistics or for a Mathematics course for students hoping to proceed to study Statistics at University.*

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