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Sensoring Data  In this follow up lesson, students will explore data collection using the weather station sensor and perform statistical analysis of the data. Students will use a scientific method of inquiry to plan an investigation of their own. This activity is meant to allow students to use a variety of skills they have acquired throughout a statistics unit in a personally meaningful way. 
Sensoring Data  In this follow up lesson, students will explore data collection using the weather station sensor and perform statistical analysis of the data. Students will use a scientific method of inquiry to plan an investigation of their own. This activity is meant to allow students to use a variety of skills they have acquired throughout a statistics unit in a personally meaningful way. 
Hot Coffee Coming Through  In this lesson, students will explore data collection using the temperature probe sensor and perform statistical analysis of the data. Students will use a scientific method of inquiry to plan an investigation to determine which coffee mug is the best. This activity is meant to allow students to use a variety of skills they have acquired throughout a statistics unit in a problem based STEM challenge. Due to the multiple skills there are many standards that are covered.
There are two options for this lab. The first student handout is for students at an average high school statistics level (Algebra 1) and will allow for standard deviation and graphical analyses of the data. The second option is for advanced students that have been exposed to hypothesis testing of claims (Algebra 2 or AP Stats). 
Is It a Guess or Statistics?  This lesson is designed to teach the implementation of random sampling that leads to inference to a larger group or population. 
Inferences  This lesson shows students how to produce a survey and display their results. The lesson takes the students through:
 What is a statistical question?
 General population verses sample population.
 What is a hypothesis?
 What is a survey?
 How to make inferences.

Interpreting Statistics: A Case of Muddying the Waters  This lesson is intended to help you assess how well students are able to:
 Interpret data and evaluate statistical summaries.
 Critique someone else's interpretations of data and evaluations of statistical summaries.
The lesson also introduces students to the dangers of misapplying simple statistics in realworld contexts, and illustrates some of the common abuses of statistics and charts found in the media. 