apt4Stats: Set of 5 PowerPoint Presentations on Collecting Data for GCSE Statistics
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This set of 5 PowerPoint Presentations, written by a highly experienced teacher (of 25+ years), senior examiner and reviser for Maths and Stats examinations, are designed for use by:
- any teacher – not necessarily a maths specialist – as part of their own delivery of lessons.
- students working independently.
They can be used by:
- cover teachers.
- students who are unable to attend their lesson in person.
Each PowerPoint Presentation includes:
- Lesson objectives
- Step-by-step explanations of the subject matter
- Examples to aid understanding
- Questions to check understanding
- Answers to questions, with explanations
- Suggestions regarding which topic(s) should be moved on to next.
This set of 5 PowerPoint Presentations (110 slides excluding Title Pages) covers the following topics relating to ‘Collecting Data’:
- 01 Types of Data (24 slides): Explains the different types of data and how data can be classified according to who collected it.
- 02 Collecting Data (31 slides): Reviews the data handling cycle and explains the main methods of collecting data and how to avoid bias, as well as how to record and clean data.
- 03 Questionnaires and Surveys (30 slides): Explains the dos and don’ts when designing questionnaires or surveys, reviews grouping data, explains random response techniques and what to do with unexpected responses.
- 04 Sampling and Bias 1 (25 slides): Defines key statistical terms, outlines how to avoid bias, and explains the main methods of sampling.
- 05 Sampling and Bias 2 (Application) (20 slides): Reviews and applies different sampling techniques and explains the Petersen capture-recapture method.
These PowerPoints are one of 4 sets of PowerPoint Presentations that APT Initiatives Ltd has published to support teachers and students of GCSE Statistics. Other sets concern:
- Representing Data
- Analysing Data