Illustrative Mathematics provides activities to illustrate the statistics and mathematics content in the Common Core State Standards for grades K— Each task is accompanied by a list of which standards it covers, the task itself, commentary, and solutions. Engage NY offers lessons and resources to teach the statistics and mathematics content in the Common Core Statistics Standards.
The intent of these assessments is to provide teachers, educational leaders, assessment specialists, and researchers with a valid and reliable assessment of conceptual understanding in statistics consistent with the Common Core State Standards. ARTIST Assessment Resource Tools for Improving Statistical Thinking has field-tested assessment inventory scales on specific topics in probability and statistics, as well as a searchable item database that allows teachers to build their own assessments.
Statkey provides applets for descriptive statistics and graphs, bootstrap confidence intervals, and randomization hypothesis tests. Statlets provides introductory statistics applets. Stat-Attic contains links and descriptions of useful introductory statistics applets. Statistics Online Computational Resource SOCR provides portable online aids for probability and statistics education, technology-based instruction and statistical computing.
Data Games enables students to analyze the data saved from playing games. Measuring Progress and the Condition of Education IES collects, analyzes and shares meaningful data about student performance and the effectiveness of education policies and practices. Identifying What Works in Education The What Works Clearinghouse reviews research to support evidence-based decision making in education. Putting Research to Work in Education The Regional Educational Laboratories work with educators and policymakers to address real-world challenges in education and improve teaching and learning.
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Sep Sep 9. REL Midwest Report Examines the Postsecondary Education and Employment Pathways of Minnesota Public High School Graduates The study examined differences in the postsecondary pathways of Minnesota public high school graduates one year after graduation and their college certificate and degree attainment and employment outcomes six years after graduation.
Guide to Education Data Privacy This free resource for states and districts was developed by practitioners in the field through the National Forum on Education Statistics. At the IASE Roundtable, Thursday speakers covered diverse technological subjects in developed and developing countries.
They demonstrated that the technological frontier varies based on current position and resources. Complexity and acclimation challenges affect all implementations. Discussion of several papers considered the foundation of statistics, whether data or mathematics made more sense and generated more beauty. Plenary discussion had two major topics — comparative benefits of real and realistic data, and ways to attract students to research in statistics.
In response to the need for reformed, outcome-based higher education statistics curricula in the Philippines, this paper draws from current research on the role of technology in statistics education and presents a framework for technology integration in teaching undergraduate and graduate-level statistics for non-majors. The Gradual Release of Responsibility Model describes how responsibility of learning shifts gradually over time from teacher to student ownership and from modeled and guided instruction to collaborative and independent learning. The Reflective Thinking Model guides the course design where focus in teaching with technology moves from technical to contextual, and then to dialectical, in the transition from undergraduate to graduate -level statistics.
Online courses are becoming an increasingly more common option for college students and technology plays a critically important role. How can a course be taught in a way that engages the students so that they master the material as well as they would in a traditional classroom? In order to help accomplish these goals various technological packages must be chosen to bridge the gap between the traditional and online course. This paper will discuss the technological setup of an online Statistics course, and review the technology choices, implementations, and problems that arose.
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