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Connecting Research to Teaching: Using Data to Motivate the Use of Empirical Sampling Distributions. Connecting Research to Teaching
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Mathematics Teacher Volume 107, Number 6, ISSN 0025-5769

Abstract

Research shows that students often struggle with understanding empirical sampling distributions. Using hands-on and technology models and simulations of problems generated by real data help students begin to make connections between repeated sampling, sample size, distribution, variation, and center. A task to assist teachers in implementing research-based strategies is included.

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Lee, H.S., Starling, T.T. & Gonzalez, M.D. (2014). Connecting Research to Teaching: Using Data to Motivate the Use of Empirical Sampling Distributions. Connecting Research to Teaching. Mathematics Teacher, 107(6), 465-469. Retrieved December 16, 2019 from .

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