Statistics to support learning, Applied Statistics

Scenario: Many of the years 5 and year 6 learners' at Woodlands Park School were excited about being chosen for the cross-country team.  Every day, they were able to run laps of the 300-metre field.  Markers were located every 50 metres so the students could collect information on the distance they ran over twenty minutes.  They kept this information for the 4 weeks and were able to use it when they applied to be in the school squad. 

1-      Opportunities.

2-      Statistics to support learning.

3-      Data Displays

 

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