Using Probability to Teach Social Justice

Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
Using Probability to Teach Social Justice
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This is an exploratory experiment/activity about basic probability. This project infuses the social justice issue of "Stop and Frisk" into probability. By the end of the project, students will be able to:

Articulate the differences between theoretical and experimental probability through prediction and experimentation.
Articulate the differences between independent and dependent events.
Compare and contrast 3 different sets of data (theoretical, experimental, and real life percentages), interpreting their meaning for social issues.
Construct an argument in support or opposition of social issues using statistics.

I created a detailed answer key which can be downloaded separately.
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7 pages
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Teaching Duration
90 minutes
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