Reflection: Student Led Inquiry Asking a Statistical Question - Section 2: Direct Instruction

 
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Asking a Statistical Question

Unit 5: Modeling With Statistics
Lesson 1 of 19

Objective: SWBAT write their own statistical question and measure the data they receive using the measures of central tendency.

Big Idea: It is great when students are able to help develop the content of a lesson. In this lesson, students ask a statistical question that is of interest to them and calculate basic statistical measures on that data.

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Math, measures of central tendency, Statistics, Algebra, modeling, measures of center, Statistical question, mean, median
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