Dotty Thinking - Idea for Teaching Statistics
This is a video to accompany my article for the TES Magazine ('Dotty Thinking') that offers up a simple, fun idea to get students engaged and making meaningful data comparisons, including mean, median, mode, range and a whole host of statistical diagrams including cumulative frequency, histograms and bar charts. Click the links below to see the article and download the resources (Video tutorial, PowerPoint and Excel). Ideal for KS3 and GCSE students.


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  • How many dots - better or worse.pptx
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  • How many dots.pptx

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Created: Sep 20, 2012

Updated: Jan 13, 2015


pptx, 90 KB

How many dots - better or worse


xls, 46 KB

Collecting the Data

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