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Confidence Intervals In A High School Statistics Class, Alexander Chopyak Apr 2016

Confidence Intervals In A High School Statistics Class, Alexander Chopyak

Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science Undergraduate Theses

In order to be a functioning member of society, it is important that a citizen understands basic statistics. One key topic in particular is confidence intervals. There are confidence intervals in everyday life, no matter if you are a person in college or just a person in society. Many claims about population rely on a sample and the statistics of confidence intervals. For example: We believe, with 95% confidence, that 40% ± 3% of Americans will approve a new law by Congress, meaning that we are 95% confident that any sample formed in this way will have a proportion or mean ...


Suggested Types Of Manipulatives To Aid In Teaching Geometry To Various Age Groups Of Students, Tessa Berg Apr 2015

Suggested Types Of Manipulatives To Aid In Teaching Geometry To Various Age Groups Of Students, Tessa Berg

Mathematics, Engineering and Computer Science Undergraduate Theses

Geometry is a complex and visual discipline. Because geometry includes abstract concepts, geometry teachers often use manipulatives to make concepts visible and tangible. In this thesis, the question is proposed: which types of manipulatives are most beneficial to which age groups based on student achievement, student engagement and the Common Core State Standards. This thesis analyzes the existing research about the use of different types of manipulatives with different age groups. The research was separated into age group brackets, kindergarten through second grade, third grade through fifth grade, sixth grade through eighth grade, and ninth grade through twelfth grade. The ...