An mathematical and historical investigation into one of the most important number series in nature - suitable for ages 9 and upwards.

This unit could be used as an introduction to a statistics course. The basic vocabulary of descriptive and bivariate data is introduced. Students use Diigo and Google Docs to explore examples of how data is used to tell a story.

The subject Statistics will provide you with basic theoretical knowledge in the sphere of statistical methods and procedures used by performing analyses on concrete data of economic or biotechnological character. Teaching of this subject is supported by standard software tools (especially Microsoft Excel 2003®).

Note:
The course is being created VOLUNTARILY and it IS NOT an output of any project.

Cite as:
Martina Majorová. 2009. Statistics. [online]. [cit. yy-mm-dd]. Available at: <http://moodle.uniag.sk/fem/course/view.php?id=211>.

This is a course developed from a lesson created by Steve Durant

In this course you'll learn the 3 main measures of central tendency. You'll be able to interpret which measure fits data sets and real life applications of these measures. You'll participate in an online discussion using Voicethread and will be asked to use your creative juices to help others learn about mean, median, mode and range.

This course explores the function of geometry in construction.  In particular, students will learn about basic geoemtry concepts such as points, lines, and planes, parallel and perpendicular lines, and angles, and explore how they are used in building technology.

Elementary Math unit developed for a Spanish Immersion school.

This course utilizes NROC hosted packages which includes pre-assessment and grade tracking. You will need to register a user and course once restored to your site. Those directions are provided at the top of the course.

This course utilizes NROC hosted packages which includes pre-assessment and grade tracking. You will need to register a user and course once restored to your site. Those directions are provided at the top of the course.

This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.

 

Course Syllabus

This course focuses on two main area of Mathematics:
1. Probability

  • The basics of probability.
  • Use organizational strategies to calculate possible outcomes for events.
  • Use mathematical methods to solve number of outcomes and probabilities.
  • Learn about expected value and how it relates to our world today.

2. Statistics

  • Learn the vocabulary of statistics
  • Understand and use proper techniques and data analysis methods to conduct a statistical study.
  • Use different methods to display data.
  • Draw conclusions and identify significant trends using data.

 

Course Syllabus

This course contains all of the learning objects so that student work on review quizzes and end of unit assessments are all tracked within the Moodle gradebook. Since the course would likely be too large to restore all at once, individual unit backups have been provided. Installation/restore directions are provided in the course.

This course explores the function of geometry in construction.  In particular, students will learn about basic geoemtry concepts such as points, lines, and planes, parallel and perpendicular lines, and angles, and explore how they are used in building technology.