Activities (for students)
Activities for Students: The Three-Point Shoot-Out: The Logic of Hypothesis Testing
April 2006, Volume 99, Issue 8, Page 582
An activity about the need for and rationale
of hypothesis testing focused on teaching Problem Solving/Problem Posing.
Activities are hands-on, open-ended activities that encourage problem solving,
reasoning, communication, and mathematical connections. Activities is a regular
feature of Mathematics Teacher and highlights activities that develop
conceptual understanding of mathematics topics.
Data Analysis & Statistics
Connections / Applications
Problem Solving / Problem Posing