This is a HUGE resource for data collection in a special education classroom. It includes data sheets for collecting information on behavior, functional routines, and IEP goals.Examples of included data sheets:- Functional behavior assessment (both coded
Statistics Formula sheet-- "Claims of fact assert that a condition has existed, exists,or will exists and that their support consists of factual information" (Birk This type of claims sometimes are backed by things like statistics, etc.
Math Journal Sundays - Bar Graphs
Math data: having the students create a pop up bar graph chart from data they collected in a specific activity and then can place it into their math notebooks on the data section
Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts--collect data and graphing
Interval is minimum requirement for use of parametric techniques Interval is like ordinal except intervals between each value are equally split Interval example is temperature in degrees Fahrenheit Interval don’t have a true zero Interval zero does not represent the absence of value Interval is third level of measurement Interval distance is meaningful Interval Data
Math Grade 6 Statistics of grouped data. Data in class intervals.
Title Definition and Examples Identity Properties of Addition and Multiplication
Ratio is the highest level of measurement Ratio is the most informative Ratio characterised by equal intervals between variables Ratio characterised by a meaningful zero point Ratio example blood pressure Ratio example weight Ratio example money Ratio example time Ratio example height Ratio is interval data with a natural zero point Ratio permits comparisons being twice as high Ratio permits comparisons one-half as much Ratio Data
Netezza Interval Data Types and Conversion Examples
"Amazing Time Race" -- Elapsed Time Activity - time kids in "events"/portions of obstacle course - convert seconds to minutes as well