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NCTM handout 1 The Practice of Statistics at School: YES, We can do it at School! Jane Watson University of Tasmania Wild, C., & Pfannkuch, M. (1999). Statistical thinking in empirical enquiry. International Statistical Review, 67 (3), 223-248. Franklin, C., Kader, G., Mewborn, D., Moreno, J., Peck, R., Perry, M., & Scheaffer, R. (2007). Guidelines for assessment and instruction in statistics education (GAISE) report: A pre-K-12 curriculum framework. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association. Retrieved from Variation – differences everywhere in life Expectation – harnessing variation: typical value, probability Distribution – lens for exploring variation to look for expectation Randomness – phenomena starting with variation and leading to expectation in the long term Informal inference – evidence based decision- making for a population, balancing variation and expectation in sample data Building a foundation in early grades Variation in Grade 3 Watson, J., Skalicky, J., Fitzallen, N., & Wright, S. (2009). Licorice production and manufacturing: All- sorts of practical applications for statistics. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom , 14 (3), 4-13. [ISSN 1326-0286] Watson, J., Fitzallen, N., English, L., & Wright, S. (2019). Introducing statistical variation in year 3 in a STEM context: Manufacturing licorice. International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology . DOI: 10.1080/0020739X.2018.1562117. [ISSN 0020-739X]

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