Statway Modules.

The modules Statway are composed of lessons to use in class. These lessons are, almost exclusively, activities. These exist in various versions. This page has only the Student handouts. If you are a mathematics or statistics instructor at a college, I can send you a link from which you can see instructor handouts. Please email me, identify yourself and your college, and remind me of where we met, and I will send you additional information.

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Texas at Austin under sponsorship of the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
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Front matter: If you use any parts of these, please attach this document to the parts you use.

Title Student version
Module 4: Reasoning about Bivariate Numerical Data – Beyond Linear Models (3 lesssons)  

Intro to Module 4 and 4.1.1 Investigating patterns in data

4.1.1 Student
Exponential Models 4.1.2 Student
Assessing how well a model fits data 4.1.3 Student
Module 12  
12.1 Modeling and Linear Relationships (4 lessons)  
Statistical Linear Relationships and Mathematical Models of Linear Relationships 12.1.1 Student
Mathematical Linear Models 12.1.2 Student

Contrasting Mathematical and Statistical Linear Relationships

12.1.3 Student
Proportional Models 12.1.4 Student
12.2 Modeling and the Power of Algebra (4 lessons)  

Multiple Representations of Exponential Models

12.2.1 Student
Linear Models – answering various types of questions algebraically 12.2.2 Student
Power models 12.2.3 Student

Inequalities

12.2.4 Student

 


Mary Parker, updated July 23, 2012