Resources for teaching statistics: Classroom Activities

Level 3, Level 4, Level 5 #noticewonder – Robyn Headifen new

Statistical thinking will one day be as necessary for efficient citizenship as the ability to read and write. – H.G. Wells.

Robyn Headifen (Kaiarāhi, Networks of Expertise, Auckland Mathematical Association) ran a hands on workshops for teachers new to the teaching statistics or looking for a refresher. With the explosion of data, interpreting statistics has emerged as an important skill to have. Robyn engaged participants in activities that develop statistical thinking in Years 7 –10 and beginning the journey of looking at how we collect and describe what data can shows and tell us.

[Note: This is a repeat of the NZAMT16 workshop]

Robyn’s presentation

Robyn’s blog.

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