A key step in numeracy is being able to read and interpret tables and graphs. It’s not as easy as it looks! It gets tested on exams and these are common questions where students will lose marks. This Little Quick Fix will prep students to make sure they’re ready to read, interpret and produce tables and graphs that will score them good marks.
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- Learning is reinforced through a 2-minute overview summary; 3-second summaries with super-quick Q&A
- DIY tasks create a work plan to accomplish a task, do a self-check quiz, solve a problem, get students to what they need to show their supervisor.
- Checkpoints in each section make sure students are nailing it as they go and support self-directed learning.
- How do I know I’m done? Each Little Quick Fix wraps up with a final checklist that allows the reader to self-assess they’ve got what they need to progress, submit, or ace the test or task.
Section 1: Why is most data numerical data?
Section 2: What is the average, level or central tendency of data?
Section 3: What is the spread or dispersion of data?
Section 4: How do I understand the data in a graph?
Section 5: What are the five main kinds of graphs?
Section 6: What is scientific notation?
Section 7: How can I use and interpret numbers in data well?