Elementary Statistics Lecture Notes and Notebooks - Full Year Bundle
Blank and Completed Notes
This product includes all of the notes in my Elementary Statistics Curriculum:
-Blank Notebooks - 1st and 2nd Semester ("Student Notebook")
-Completed Notebooks - 1st and 2nd Semester ("Teacher Notebook")
-By Lesson - Blank and Completed Notes for All Lessons
The notebooks are ideal for an iPad or laptop classroom because students can follow along with the lecture using the blank lecture notes. Use an app such as Notability for note taking in the classroom!
These notebooks include the following topics:
Introduction to Probability and Statistics
Organizing and Presenting Data
Statistical Descriptions (Summarizing Data)
Probability and Counting Rules
Correlation and Regression
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This product is the work of Ashley Spencer (“Infinitely Pi Learning”). It is intended to support the implementation of the Common Core Standards. Any claim of alignment is the personal opinion of Ashley Spencer (“Infinitely Pi Learning”) and is not necessarily the opinion of the National Governors Association Center for Best Practices and Council of Chief State School Officers. No approval by, nor the association with, the creators of the Common Core Standards is intended or implied.