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SUMMARY:Statistics for Teaching Science: Part 4 Expressing Error on a Graph
DESCRIPTION:Error bars are placed on a graph to give a more detailed account of what was observed. Although there are many descriptors that can be used to draw error bars\, in each case the value is used to express the uncertainty or variability of the data. Error bars created from certain calculations are especially informative for giving the reader a hint at the significance of the difference seen between two variables\, and can at times be a substitute for a statistical hypothesis test. In this workshop\, we will practice using error bars on different types of graphs\, analyze different data sets\, and defend the choices we would make in each case. \nThis 1.5-hour online\, interactive Zoom workshop is open to math and science teachers of all grade levels. \nSaturday\, Oct 8\, 10:00-11:30 am Eastern Daylight Time in the United States
URL:https://catalystlearningcurricula.com/event/statistics-for-teaching-science-part-4-expressing-error-on-a-graph-5/
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SUMMARY:Statistics for Teaching Advanced Science: Part 5 Hypothesis Testing Using a Chi-squared Analysis
DESCRIPTION:Parts 5-8 continue the Statistics for Science series to include the skills required in high school Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) science courses. In these workshops\, we will learn how and when to use each of the most common statistical tests that are used to test hypotheses. A hand-calculation will be done using a very small data set so participants can see how the outcome is impacted by common issues such as a small sample size\, variation\, and outliers. Participants will learn how to write the spreadsheet formulas for each equation\, how to interpret the calculated values using tables\, and the significance of the p-values obtained in their results. I invite you to join us even if you are math-phobic or do not have a background in statistics\, this series of workshops is tailored to science teachers who need some help providing context and explaining these concepts to their students. \nThis 1.5-hour online\, interactive Zoom workshop is open to math and science teachers of all grade levels. \nSaturday\, Oct 22\, 10:00-11:30 am Eastern Daylight Time in the United States
URL:https://catalystlearningcurricula.com/event/statistics-for-teaching-advanced-science-part-5-hypothesis-testing-using-a-chi-squared-analysis-6/
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