Which one doesn’t belong …. for stats?

Which one doesn’t belong …. for stats?

If you haven’t heard of the activity Which one doesn’t belong? (WODB), it involves showing students four “things” and asking them to describe/argue which one doesn’t belong. There are heaps of examples of Which one doesn’t belong? in action for math(s) on the

New tool for statistics students – the experiment lab!

New tool for statistics students – the experiment lab!

This post is about a new tool that I’ve developed that allows students to play and create different versions of an online game. The context – online game design (or…… How can we design an app to make us millions?)

Probability teaching ideas using simulation

Probability teaching ideas using simulation

This post provides some teaching examples for using an online probability simulation tool. It’s a supplement to the workshop I offered for the NZAMT 2015 conference. Probability simulation tool I recently developed  a very basic online probability simulation tool . I wanted a simulation

Statistics lesson starter: Is this really surprising?

Statistics lesson starter: Is this really surprising?

A supermarket is running a promotion. For every $20 you spend, you will receive one domino. There are 50 dominoes to collect. I received 10 dominoes for my last shop and was surprised to find that all 10 dominoes were