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: NZC Level 6, NCEA Level 1, Internal 4 credits (91035)
1.10
Investigate a given multivariate data set using the statistical enquiry cycle
Teacher Preparation
3 new
Wrangling Statistics Assesssments – Lucy Edmonds
new
Videos: numeric-variables
Video: Comparing Groups
Statistical Reasoning with Data Cards – Webinar. Anna Fergusson
Sampling variation – Developing big ideas for sample-to-population inferences
Inference Pain Points – Robyn Headifen
Statistical Concepts Unpacked – Marion Steel
Sample to population inference – Michelle Dalrymple
Guidelines for “How to make the call”
Animations of sampling variation
Additional resources
Contextually curious
new
Introduction to NCEA internal assessment – Neil Marshall
new
Google classroom and Goobric apps for formative and summative NCEA assessments.
Innovative cross-curricular assessment
Strategies and tools to support statistical report writing – Sophie Wright
Developing statistical report writing for ESOL and low literacy level students – Malia Puloka
Personalising Year 12 & 13 Stats programmes – Liz Sneddon
Multivariate data FAQs
Fitting data collection into Stats lessons – Jared Hockly
STEW, STatistics Education Web
Approaches to sampling variability – Jared Hockly
Level 1 Standards Overview – Robyn Headifen
Success for all in NCEA Statistical Investigations
Using iNZight for the first time
The Language of Shape
Statistics Education 21st Century NZ
How Kids Learn – the statistical enquiry cycle
Statistical Investigation
Informal statistical inference revisited
Laying the foundations for inference
A teachers’s guide to informal comparative reasoning
Building inferential reasoning in statistics Part 1
Training teachers in statistical thinking
Classroom Activities
1 new
Big ideas in statistics: Teaching for understanding – Marion Steele
Sampling variation just keeps turning up everywhere! – Michelle Dalrymple
Stick Figure Data Cards – Anna Fergusson
Driven to Distraction Teaching Resource – Sarah Howell
Introduction to mulitvariate data – Michelle Dalrymple
Te Tūhuratanga Tauanga He Toa Tūhura Koe
Karekare College: building conceptions of populations and samples
Introduction to making a call (Karekare College)
Developing Students’ Inferential Reasoning
Data Detective Poster
Engaging with shape
Making the call Yr 11
Additional resources
Data explorations – Emma Wilson
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Zoom In! – Dynamic Data Science
Level 1 through to Scholarship Stats – Liz Sneddon
Describing distributions – Pip Arnold
What makes a good investigative question? – Pip Arnold
Statistics, collaboration and Flexible Learning Environments
Statistical thinking and reasoning for Level 1 – Dr Nic
Mix’n’match statistical games
How far until it stops?
Classroom Activities for Teaching the NCEA Level 1 and 2 Statistical Enquiry Standards
Statistics Latte – Dru Rose
The progression of Inference from Year 9 to AS1.10 and beyond
iNZight instructions 3 (Bear hugs 3)
iNZight instructions 1 (Bear Hugs 1)
Does Practice make perfect?
Baby Weights
Sleeping Sheep
Armspans
Bear hugs 3
Are you getting enough zzz?
Ready, steady, go
Nosey Parker 2
Datasets
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CensusAtSchool 2007 data subset (15,000 rows)
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CensusAtSchool 2009 data subset (15,000 rows)
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Visualise
NZ Incomes 2003 SURF
Tools
iNZight Lite
iNZight
NZGrapher
Sourcing Materials
How data can change our worldview (+ why CensusAtSchool matters more than ever) – Rachel Cunliffe,
Achievement Standard
Achievement Standard (AS91035)
Conditions of Assessment (AS91035) Jan 2016
Clarification of the standard (AS91035)
TKI Assessments (AS91035)
Annotated Exemplars (AS91035)
Overview of Standard 1.10 (AS 91035)
Sample to population inference progressions