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(English) Practice Statistics at school (Italiano) Statistica pratica a scuola


  • Loredana Cerbara
  • Loredana Medori


(English) The modern didactic of statistics may use techniques and methods now available and that they are providing new perspectives on teaching. So, simply using a software to collect data transforms a learning time into an opportunity to capture the attention of young learners. This methodology, theoretically conceived, has been tested in a secondary school with the result of a strong involvement of the students and the success of the project to study, not only statistics in itself, but also the techniques of collection, production and analysis of data. (Italiano) La moderna didattica della statistica può avvalersi di tecniche e metodi un tempo non disponibili e che sono offrono nuove prospettive di insegnamento. Così il semplice utilizzo di un software per le rilevazioni di dati trasforma un momento di apprendimento in una opportunità di catturare l’attenzione dei giovani discenti. Questa metodologia ideata teoricamente è stata testata in una scuola secondaria superiore con il risultato di un forte coinvolgimento degli alunni e una buona riuscita del progetto di approfondimento, non solo della statistica in sé, ma anche delle tecniche di rilevazione, produzione e analisi dei dati.

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  • Loredana Cerbara & Loredana Medori, 2014. "(English) Practice Statistics at school (Italiano) Statistica pratica a scuola," IRPPS Working Papers 62:2014, National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies.
  • Handle: RePEc:cnz:wpaper:62:2014

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