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Resources for teaching statistics
NZC Level 5
Teacher Preparation
1 new
Probability – Planning to learn, G. Ritchie & M. Dalrymple
Caught in the path of the data deluge
Developing the language of (statistical graphs) shape
Statistical Investigations Part 2
Statistical Investigations Part 1: Introduction to the PPDAC cycle
Animations of sampling variation
Additional resources
Teaching Variation
new
Applying Variation Theory in teaching statistics and mathematics – Dr Nic
Cross curricular projects to give meaning to statistics – Abigail Mantaj
A Model and Modelling approach – Anne Patel
The “Battle” (??) between mathematics and statistics
STEW, STatistics Education Web
Census Education and Training – Stats NZ Tataurangi Aotearoa
Bowland Maths
Engaging Students in dynamic and collaborative Statistics
Changing Teaching Statistics: Real Data, Real learning
Building Statistical Thinking towards Level 6
Using iNZight for the first time
The Language of Shape
Statistics Education 21st Century NZ
How Kids Learn – the statistical enquiry cycle
Statistical Investigation
A teachers’s guide to informal comparative reasoning
Classroom Activities
Unpacking the PPDAC cycle indepth – Pip Arnold
Fun + Relationships + Curriculum = Awesome, Grant Ritchie & Michele Dalrymple
The dog ate my homework (Year 7-10) – Robyn Headifen
Stick Figure Data Cards – Anna Fergusson
Introduction to mulitvariate data – Michelle Dalrymple
Te Tūhuratanga Tauanga He Toa Tūhura Koe
Year 9 and 10 Statistics and Probability
Learning about the Census
Developing the language of (statistical graphs) shape
Statistical Investigations Part 3
Statistical Investigations Part 2
Statistical Investigations Part 1: Introduction to the PPDAC cycle
Karekare College: building conceptions of populations and samples
Introduction to making a call (Karekare College)
Developing Students’ Inferential Reasoning
Making the call Year 10
Data Detective Poster
Masterpiece 3
Engaging with shape
Masterpiece 2
Additional resources
Data in the Classroom – Oceans of Data Institute
Analysing Pandemics: The case of COVID-19
Hands-on probability – Julia Crawford
#noticewonder – Robyn Headifen
Building towards a thinking classroom
Zoom In! – Dynamic Data Science
Worthwhile tasks: Exploring measurement and using statistics in a practical context – Blake Watkins
Describing distributions – Pip Arnold
Conducting statistical investigations in Yr 9 & 10 – Robyn Masanga
I notice, I wonder… – NCTM
Statistical thinking and reasoning for Level 1 – Dr Nic
By the Numbers: National Geographic Kids
Making Stats more awesome – Helen Teal
How far until it stops?
Misleading claims in the media: Junior focus
Engaging junior students in dynamic and collaborative statistics
Oxfam: Bringing data to life
Digital Learning Objects
Developing Quality in Mathematics Education (DQME)
Statistics Latte – Dru Rose
E-ako: Probability and Statistics Pathways
The Survey Toolkit
Statistical graphs and writing starters
Data card sampling from a population Yr 9-12
Bowland Maths
Activities for Probability – Pip Arnold
2013 Census Spotlight on greater Christchurch
Engaging Students in dynamic and collaborative Statistics
The progression of Inference from Year 9 to AS1.10 and beyond
Junior Statistics – an integrated programme (Year 9 and 10)
Building Statistical Thinking towards Level 6
Interactive World Statistics
iNZight instructions 3 (Bear hugs 3)
iNZight instructions 1 (Bear Hugs 1)
iNZight instructions 2 (Bear hugs 2)
Johnnie’s Math Page – Probability
Armspans
Sugar guzzlers
Tell it like it is!
Bear hugs 3
Bear hugs 2
Bear Hugs 1
Are you getting enough zzz?
A tall tale
Big Foot
Masterpiece 1
Cleaning data
Speedster
Chocolicious
Nosey Parker 1
Nosey Parker 2
Tools
Zoom In – Data Science skills
Awash in Data – Tim Erickson
NZGrapher
Sourcing Materials
How can data change our worldview?
Additional resources
How data can change our worldview (+ why CensusAtSchool matters more than ever) – Rachel Cunliffe,
Curriculum and Assessment
Comparing directions in statistics teaching in NZ and the US
Unit Planning for Junior Statistics and Probability