This course introduces students to the concepts and tools used to collect, organize, analyze, and draw conclusions from data. Students receive instruction in each of the following competencies: Exploring Data, Sampling and Experimentation, Anticipating Patterns, and Statistical Inference. Each student will be expected to learn how to articulate methodology, data description, and conclusions and to provide constructive comments to classmates. Students will develop knowledge through experiential activities that challenge students to design, administer, and tabulate results from surveys and experiments. Students will often work in small collaborative groups to explore problems and share ideas. Active participation, in the form of individual and group projects, peer review of student work, and discussion board conversations, are key to student success. Students may select the AP® or non-AP® track in this course. AP® students are expected to delve deeper into the topics, take AP®-style assessments, and prepare for the AP® exam in the spring.
WHAT STUDENTS SAY
"Mrs. Muratore has been such a great teacher and has provided me with a surplus of resources to enable me to better understand the course material. She is prompt and always willing to answer questions or meet with students. I am so fortunate to have had her as my teacher this year."
WHAT STUDENTS DO
Learning is an active process at One Schoolhouse. Students design, create and apply. And, they engage with classmates and connect with their teachers through discussions, video conferences, and projects. Specifically, in this class students will:
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Examples of signature activities and projects for this course are:
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