Category Archives: Statistics

Top Stats Resources

Stats Modeling the World Reading Guide [2nd-4th Edition] for 5th edition, Chapters are 1 up since Ch 1-2 were merged

Mr Lange’s Planner and Scoring Sheets – must be in LAUSD 

CollegeBoard AP Stats Info

SMW Syllibi

Review AP Stats– Great Summary and Resources

Official Formula Sheets and Tables

Calculator Resource from Mastermathmentor

Statsmonkey Best Practices

KhanAcademy AP Statistics

Larry Green —  Famous Classifying Inference

Guess the Correlation Game

Quincunx Applets MathisFun

David Lane Normal Calculator

MyHHS Stats Resources

LAUSD Prob and Stats Curriculum Map

 

 

 

UCLA AP Readiness March 11 “Important Concepts Not on the Formula Sheet”

March 2017  **** AP STATISTICS

THE AP STATISTICS EXAM

THE AP STATISTICS FORMULA SHEET

GRAPHING CALCULATOR SKILLS FROM MATHBITS

See Statistics I and Statistics II

*** Seeing Theory-– Super cool visualizations of Probability and Statistics Theory

STATKEY

David Lane Normal Calculator

WHAT’S NOT ON THE AP STATISTICS FORMULA  SHEET

THE Against All Odds Video Series

Nate Silver: Not Even Scientists can Explain p-values

GUESS THE CORRELATION GAME

May 5 Statistics

Act 1

FINISH: Inference Formulas REview

Inference Summary Study Guide

Act 2: Outline Final Project Paper: See Page 4 of this document which you have

Evaluation

 

Teachers and statisticians, whose decisions are final, will judge the reports on the following:

Statistical Question: Valid statistical question that is clearly stated, focused, and interesting.

Data Collection: Evidence of direct data collection by students. Data were collected in an appropriate manner to answer the statistical question. Raw data are included.

Data Display: Includes appropriate, well-labeled, accurate displays (graphs and tables) of the data.

Data Analysis: Analysis of the data is accurate, thorough, and appropriate. Conditions are checked correctly for any inference procedures.

Conclusion: Conclusion includes a clear answer to the statistical question that is consistent with the data analysis and method of data collection.

Reflection on Process: Gives a good overall picture of the project&emdash;what went well and what didn’t-and includes ideas for further study.

Overall Presentation: Attractive, well-organized, well-written project report.

Rubric Keys

 

HW: Collect Final Project Data

Poster or Powerpoint Presentation