Australian Curriculum NUMERACY PROGRESSIONS Statistics and Probability
These posters have been made to display the Numeracy Progressions of Statistics and Probability - Interpreting and Representing data
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This sub-element describes how a student becomes increasingly able to recognise and use visual and numerical displays to describe data associated with statistical investigations, and to critically evaluate investigations by others. Making sense of data draws on knowing the concepts and tools that are being used to describe the global features of data. A student understands how these concepts and tools make meaning of data in context, and develops the ability to think critically about any claims, either questioning or confirming them.Arguments presented in the media often need to be considered in terms of the supporting data.Some students will communicate using augmentative and alternative communication strategies to demonstrate their numeracy skills. This may include digital technologies, sign language, braille, real objects, photographs and pictographs.
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