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Integration of Statistics in Research

Many teachers feel that the traditional approach to imparting statistics to high school students does not lend itself to inclusion in research activities. But by combining the two, students will have a better appreciation of both.

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High School Statistics Curriculum

MathsIsFun has a good collection of statistics related activities, including topics like How to Do a Survey, Categorizing Quantitative Data, Accuracy & Precision, and Fair Dice.

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Stats Tutor

Dr Alun Owen at Loughborough University in England developed this site to help students and teachers. The site covers a wide variety of statistic topics and includes videos, tests, guides, and a glossary.

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DIG Stats

The activities cover descriptive statistics as well as inferential tests--often ignored at the high school level. Graphical analysis display 2 and 3-dimensional depictions of independent and dependent variables.

The target audience is general rather than advanced students. This resource was developed by Tom Morgan at Virginia Tech.

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Bureau of Labor Statistics

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics has a section devoted to the K-12 community, with everything from clickable maps to Career Exploration.

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