Statistics Teachers’ Day 2019 Resources are now available on Census at School
Highlights from the day (based on feedback data, of course!) were
- Critical thinking classroom – Tom Lin
- Random redirect tool for experiments – Tracey Webster; tool by Anna Fergusson
- Scholarship activities, Probability Distributions, and Bootstrapping – way more than just a cool name – Michelle Dalrymple
- Hot off the press, resources for evaluating statistical reports – Dru Rose and Matthew Webster
The questionnaire is open to the end of 2020. All the information you need to get started is here
One goal for 2020 is to get more Primary Schools involved.
Have a conversation with others in your Community of Learning | Kāhui Ako so they can also get involved in the project.
2019 had the largest number of participants since 2005 with over 26,000 students from 482 schools taking part. 927 teachers registered their classes for CensusAtSchool.
New question topics in 2019 included climate change, time spent on digital devices, handling interpersonal issues, attitudes and perceived parental attitudes to activities such as drinking and smoking by young people.
There were 778,000 views of CensusAtSchool pages by 123,000 unique visitors in 2019. Its interlinked iNZight Lite sister project had over half a million sessions in 2019.
- Check out Mark Hooper’s brilliant Bootstrapping article in our own SDSE journal
- also Stats and Stories podcast episode Data is the new Punk.
Enjoy teaching and learning data science with your new classes!
Ngā mihi nui
Rachel, Chris, and Anne