## An outstanding cricketer: Student worksheet

Using scatter plots to identify outliers in two variable data.

## Analysing media reports: Possible answers

Answers to worksheet based on newspaper articles on average electricity bills and household expenses across Australia.

## Analysing media reports: Student worksheet

Worksheet based on newspaper articles on average electricity bills and household expenses across Australia.

## Are males better drivers? Answers

Presents a solution to the reaction time activity.
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, M0009021, Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic (CC BY 2.5).

## Are males better drivers? Rubric

A 5-level rubric for assessing this reaction time activity.
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, M0009021, Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic (CC BY 2.5).

## Are males better drivers? Student worksheet

Presents a task related to reaction time based on data from the ABS CensusAtSchool site.
Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics, M0009021, Licensed under a Creative-Commons Attribution 2.5 Generic (CC BY 2.5).

## Armspan video transcript

This document contains the transcription of the video which explains the use of armspan measures in the activity How Long is a Piece of String?

A rubric is provided for the average task, plus solutions for an extension to the main task.

## Belief in the media: Student worksheet

Worksheet with questions on a short news article about guns in US schools.

## Beware of outliers: Student worksheet

Worksheet for classroom use based on data for salt content of 30 food products.

## Beware of outliers: Teacher notes

The teacher notes provide a lesson structure for dealing with outliers using data for salt content of food products.

## Biased data: Student worksheet

A worksheet on types of bias, accuracy and random sampling.

## Boxplots on a Calculator video transcript

This document contains the transcription of the video which demonstrates how to create box plots on a graphics calculator.

## Coin tossing activity

Spreadsheet to carry out simulations of coin tosses 10, 50, 100, 500, and 1000 times.
Source: Spreadsheet developed by Helen Chick.

## Comparing groups: Rubric

A six-level hierarchical rubric is provided with examples, for the complete protocol.

## Comparing groups: Student worksheet

The complete protocol for comparing groups, which includes questions and 4 graphs.

## Contrasting medians and means: Data

Data that can be used with the Contrasting Medians and Means: Student Worksheet on dates on Australian 10-cent coins and student arm spans.

## Contrasting medians and means: Student worksheet

Worksheet where students consider data on dates on Australian 10-cent coins and their own arm spans.

## Contrasting medians and means: Teacher notes

Lesson plan for comparing properties of the median and mean for two different data sets: Australian 10c coins and measured arm spans.

## Covariation: Assessment

Six tasks to assess students' prior or current understanding of covariation.

## Examples of misjudgements: Teacher notes

Teacher notes on the analysis of student responses to height differences.

## Graph reading and scale: Rubric

A hierarchical rubric is provided for the 4 parts of the 'town' graphs task with examples.

## Graph reading and scale: Student worksheet

This activity helps students develop an understanding of graphical representations.

## How students travel to school: Rubric

A hierarchical rubric is provided for the 4 parts of the travel to school task with examples.

## Increasing Sample Size video transcript

This document contains the transcription of the video about the effect of increasing sample size.

## Informal inference with box plots: Teacher notes

Provides detailed descriptions about box plots of rainfall data from capital cities.

Answers linking three plots and their strength of association for various body measurements.

## Mystery Bag video transcript

This document contains the transcription of the video explaining the student activity Mystery Bag.

## Mystery bag: Student worksheet

This worksheet has the instructions for the student activity Mystery Bag as well as tally cards and graph templates.

## Mystery bag: Teacher notes

The notes contain instructions for the student activity Mystery Bag, lists of the contents of the mystery bags and index cards for students.

## Paperclip investigation video transcript

This document contains the transcription of the video which explains the student activity Paperclip Investigation.

## Paperclip investigation: Student worksheet

A worksheet on capture-recapture methods.

## Paperclip investigation: Work sample

An example of student project work from the paperclip investigation.

## Pie graph activity: Student worksheet

This student worksheet poses a number of questions about a pie graph appearing in the media.

## Predicting AFL winners

Teacher notes and student worksheet of interest to those who follow Australian Rules football.
Carter, Pauline 2011, 'Predicting AFL Winners', Middle Years Learning Tasks for the Australian Curriculum 2011, © Mathematical Association of South Australia.

## Random or not: Teacher notes

Teaching notes relating to the classroom use of the digital learning object.

## Randomisation in Coin Tosses video transcript

Transcript of the video Randomisation in Coin Tosses which shows that the more tosses of a coin, the closer the expectation is realised.

## Randomisation of coin tosses slide presentation

Slides of variation in small numbers of coin tosses and the approach to theoretical values with larger numbers of trials.

## Scatter Plots video transcript

This document contains the transcription of the video Scatter Plots which explains how to use a spreadsheet to produce scatter plots.

A hierarchical rubric is provided for the 6 parts of the school survey task with examples.

## School survey task: Student worksheet

This student worksheet has a series of questions about selecting a suitable sample for a survey.

## Statistical investigations: Rubric

A four-level rubric to assess investigations with respect to knowledge, methods, purposes and forms of communication.

## Statistical literacy: Using the media

A slide presentation about developing plans for using media articles in the classroom.

## Survey methods: Questionnaire

Pre-test on survey methods for the start of a statistics unit.