10th International
Conference on
Teaching Statistics
8 – 13 July 2018
Kyoto, Japan
Contributed paper list


Contributed Paper C136

 

Consideration how a statistical method should be learned for a junior high school student from several practice cases.


Presenter

Kosuke Mineno (Japan)

Abstract

In Japanese statistics education, it is focused on problem solving. On the other hand, it is necessary to think how a statistical method should be learned for a junior high school student. For example, in teaching relative frequency polygon, A situation of a comparative analysis of 2 data sets with the different amount of the data is dealt with. In this case, it's have been already learned to compare by the frequency, it is focused on difficulty of this. However, it is difficult to teach by the idea that is focused on difficulty in teaching on a box plot. In this paper, it is considered how a statistical method should be learned for a junior high school student from several practice cases.