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Colleen Everett

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[ap-stat] Stat Journals 'kid' friendly?
Posted: Dec 30, 2011 5:48 AM
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I'm wanting my students to read/review an artical that they will be able to identify the key ideas of data collection (sampling tech/obs study/exper design). I'm thinking of having them write a one-page review (describe the data collection process) and create a graphical display of the findings. I want to do this before getting into inference just so they can refresh their memory.

My challenge is identfying resources they can access/reference to obtain these articles. Everything I find is too complex. Any suggestions on resources that high school students can read and make sense of?

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