Crash Course: Statistics #13 - Probability, Part 1
Crash Course

Today we’re going to begin our discussion of probability.

Crash Course: Statistics #29 - Chi-Square Tests
Crash Course

Today we’re going to talk about Chi-Square Tests – which allow us to measure differences in strictly categorical data like hair color, dog breed, or academic degree.

Real World Math: Exploratory Lessons - Crop Circles 2
Real World Math

This lesson takes an inquiry-based approach to central-pivot irrigation systems with the use of spreadsheets. 

Crash Course: Statistics #15 - Binomial Distribution
Crash Course

Today we’re going to discuss the Binomial Distribution and a special case of this distribution known as a Bernoulli Distribution.

Crash Course: Statistics #28 - Degrees of Freedom
Crash Course

Today we’re going to talk about degrees of freedom – which are the number of independent pieces of information that make up our models.

NRICH: Tac-tickle
NRICH (University of Cambridge)

This is a challenging game of strategy for two players with many interesting variations.

DK Find Out! Averages

An average is a single number that represents the “middle value” of all the numbers in a list or set.

Crash Course: Statistics #14 - Probability, Part 2
Crash Course

Today we’re going to introduce bayesian statistics and discuss how this new approach to statistics has revolutionized the field from artificial intelligence and clinical trials to how your computer filters spam!

Crash Course: Statistics #32 - Regression
Crash Course

Today we’re going to introduce one of the most flexible statistical tools – the General Linear Model (or GLM). GLMs allow us to create many different models to help describe the world – you see them a lot in science, economics, and politics.

OpenStax: High School Statistics

This Statistics resource was developed under the guidance and support of experienced high school teachers and subject matter experts.

Crash Course: Statistics #16 - Geometric Distributions
Crash Course

Today, we’ll discuss how they can be used to figure out how many Bertie Bott’s Every Flavour Beans you could eat before getting the dreaded vomit flavored bean, and how they can help us make decisions when there is a little uncertainty – like getting a Pikachu in a pack of Pokémon Cards!

Crash Course: Statistics #33 - ANOVA
Crash Course

Today we’re going to continue our discussion of statistical models by showing how we can find if there are differences between multiple groups using a collection of models called ANOVA.