Monthly Archives: April 2014
Students finished presenting their Data Collection projects to the class. They then worked on a review for the upcoming test tomorrow.
To wrap up our “Collecting, Displaying, and Analyzing Data” unit, we started a project today that will continue for the next few days. Students picked a survey topic and were asked to survey at least 50 people. They had to … Continue reading
I was out these days, but students were in good hands with the subs! They did a final review before STAAR.
We have done this type of review before, but never with so many problems! To practice for the upcoming STAAR (state test), I posted 54 problems all around the room and in the hallway. These problems were from the released … Continue reading
Several of my colleagues and I were fortunate enough to travel to New Orleans for the NCTM 2014 conference. It was amazing to hear so many great presenters. There were two overall topics that resounded with me: The importance of … Continue reading
More STAAR practice. Starting with old material and will soon get to the most recent material…
We continued our discussion of OUTLIERS and how they affect different measures of central tendency. Today students worked through several different graphs, interpreting the data and answering questions related to the graph. They worked in their small group, helping each … Continue reading