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Topic: Workshop Statistics routine
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AHankla@aol.com

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Workshop Statistics routine
Posted: Sep 14, 1996 12:01 PM
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Chuck and all,
Your routine sound good to me. Lot of work for you. I'm afraid I look at
their work, too. I require printing out of at least act. per topic. Later I
will require their transporting to Microsoft Word and polishing it up as if
it were a report presentation. Move into that slowly. Part of getting ready
for their major project for me and a possible Science/Math Fair project in
their Integrated Science class.
I assign two or three homework Activities and plan to use some of the
rest on tests. Wrote my own last year for the quarter I taught it but plan
to rely on Rossman this year plus some of my old ones.
Since we spent 6 days doing MiniTab Tutorials 1 and 2 with Practice
problems, I am running behind youall. On Topic 1.
Did your high schools buy Rossman's book? or the students? Do the
students tear out the Topic, write on the book sheets and turn in for
grading? As for me, my school bought one book and one copy of MiniTab per
two kids and the kids tear out, write in the book, and turn in to me. Each
team has two same-color folders - one they are currently using and one I am
grading. On returning the team stores in a loose leaf folder, which they
purchase. Three of my students bought MiniTab to use at home. It is
cheaper than the TI-83, but they bought that, too. Guess I'm lucky to have
cooperative parents.
Alice





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