In this project, students conduct a statistical investigation. Students come up with two categorical questions and two numerical questions. They collect data by surveying their peers, graph data by hand or on the computer, analyze data by calculating some measures of central tendency and variance, and interpret data by drawing conclusions or inferences. Then, students make a poster, write a report, or come up with another creative way to display their work. The Statistics Investigation Project can be used before the unit as a pre-assessment, during the unit as a formative assessment, or after the unit as a post-assessment.
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** This project is also available in the Real- World Math Projects Bundle. **
Real-World Math Projects Bundle