Learners had to create a Bivariate Statistics Google sheet to evidence five weeks of learning. Sheet 1 showed the achievement criteria for the standard and learners had to rename that sheet with the grade that they were going to work towards eg Achieved, Merit or Excellence. and hopefully gain that grade for the summative assessment.
Learners had to “self-manage” their learning by tracking their progress on the Bivariate Class Task sheet and follow the Statistics Bivariate Daily Planner. Feedback for all work was consistent with the achievement criteria for the standard and was in the form of Achieved, Merit or Excellence.
Conferencing was done with groups or with individuals when learners felt that they needed additional support.
Friday, 10 March 2017
Bivariate Statistics - Implementation
"There are risks and costs to action. But they are far less than the long range risks of comfortable inaction." –John F. Kennedy ...
What a GREAT day......... One of my priority learners has gained their first, of hopefully many credits in maths today. So what has attribu...
Our current achievement standard (Bivariate Statistics) offers both literacy and numeracy credits, so it is vital that learners explain thei...