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This lesson introduces students to randomization tests for making inferences about a population parameter using a randomly selected sample from the population.

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The American Statistical Association
01/11/2018
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Students practice taking simple random samples, stratified random samples, systematic random samples, and cluster random samples in an archaeological setting. Additionally, students compare the performance of simple random sampling and stratified random sampling within the context of a specific archaeological problem.

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The American Statistical Association
01/11/2018
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This investigation focuses on guiding students as they collect and interpret data from a spinner experiment with outcomes that are equally likely. Students will have the opportunity to organize the collected data in tables and graphs and will draw conclusions and make predictions based on the data collected.

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Mathematics
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The American Statistical Association
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Janis Carthon
02/26/2019
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Students are introduced to bootstrapping methods for making inferences about a population parameter using a randomly selected sample from the population.

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01/11/2018
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Students will gain an understanding of how to create two-way frequency tables and interpret relative frequencies in the context of types and colors of candy.

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Mathematics
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The American Statistical Association
01/11/2018
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Students gain insight into both mathematical and real-world assumptions that can be involved even in what appears to be a simple task: to find the â€œaverage household sizeâ€ for students at their school. The context of this lesson has real-world relevance: it is not only part of the Census at School questionnaire, but is also part of what the Census Bureau regularly estimates. The lesson can efficiently set the tone for better habits of mind and questioning and more precise usage of vocabulary and more explicit awareness of assumptions and possible biases in a broad range of future student work in statistics.

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01/11/2018
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This lesson is designed to give students more insight into both mathematical and real-world assumptions that can be involved even in what appears to be a simple task: to find the “average household size” for students at their school. The context of this lesson has real-world relevance: it is not only part of the Census at School questionnaire, but is also part of what the Census Bureau regularly estimates. The lesson can efficiently set the tone for better habits of mind and questioning and more precise usage of vocabulary and more explicit awareness of assumptions and possible biases in a broad range of future student work in statistics.

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Mathematics
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The American Statistical Association
01/11/2018
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Students sample random latitude and longitude coordinates from the contiguous United States, display these locations on a map, and then determine whether or not the point is within one mile of a road.

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Mathematics
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The American Statistical Association
01/11/2018
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Students drop and catch a yardstick to determine if there is significant evidence (via a matched pairs randomization test) that people are faster with their dominant than their non- dominant hand.

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Mathematics
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Activity/Lab
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The American Statistical Association
01/11/2018