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Teaching Statistics Through Inferential Reasoning

Friday Institute and North Carolina State College of Education via MOOC-ED

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Every day we have opportunities to make data-based decisions and to consider how information we gather can inform us about what can be claimed about a situation, process, or larger collection. To prepare the next generation of data active citizens, we need to engage learners of all ages in investigations focused on making inferences and claims, supported by samples of data. This course allows you to learn, along with colleagues from other schools, how to emphasize inferential reasoning in teaching statistics through posing different types of investigative questions.

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Hollylynne Lee and Gemma Mojica

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