Engage your students with this hands-on, interactive, game-creating project!
Why should you purchase this product?
• it's hands-on, active learning
• it engages the kinesthetic learner
• it allows students to apply concepts
• it differentiates instruction through product
• it has contingency/alternate assignments if necessary
For this project, students work in groups to create a carnival-style game to demonstrate their knowledge of theoretical and experimental probability. File contains project directions, group write up template, rubric, and an alternative assignment for students who lose the privilege to work on the activity.
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