Introduction to A Level StatisticsDoncaster
This course will cover the key concepts in the statistics section of Mathematics A level.
Use of the Large Data Sets should underpin all statistics teaching and this event will demonstrate how this can be used to increase students' interest and enthusiasm for the subject as well as their understanding and 'statistical common sense'.
Teaching approaches will encourage an active learning style and the development of sound understanding of key concepts.
- To introduce the Binomial and Normal distributions
- To develop ideas of hypothesis testing with the Binomial distribution and extend these to the Normal distribution and correlation.
- To demonstrate how the Large Data Sets can be used to underpin all the statistical teaching.
- To consider how technology can be used to enhance students' understanding of statistical concepts.
Who will benefit from attending?
Teachers who are new to teaching the Statistics content for A level Mathematics and those who are interested in making more effective use of the Large Data Sets.
The Binomial Distribution
The Normal Distribution
Working with real data
Characteristics of assessment questions
Materials and Equipment
Delegates will need to bring a laptop that is capable of connecting to WiFi and the calculator that their students are using for A level.
The events is FREE to all state school teachers.
A level Mathematics
Face-to-face Professional Development
Yorkshire and the Humber
Outwood Institute of Education,
Tenter Balk Lane,
Adwick le Street,
Tue 28th Apr 2020
09:30 - 15:30
If you have any queries about this event, please do not hesitate to contact:
The AMSP, through MEI, holds the NCETM CPD Standard