# The Demographics of Mortality ›

LessonIn this lesson, students use the Internet to explore population distribution and survivorship curves.

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# The Demographics of Mortality ›

LessonIn this lesson, students use the Internet to explore population distribution and survivorship curves.

9,10,11,12# What's in a Graph? ›

LessonThe purpose of this lesson is to help students learn how to use and interpret graphs.

6,7,8# First Class First? Using Data to Explore the Tragedy of the Titanic ›

LessonUsing the sinking of the Titanic as a context, students can understand more fully why people in different situations and other cultures, past and present, might behave or have behaved differently.

9,10,11,12# What Can Data Tell Us? ›

LessonIn this investigation, students will analyze data collected by themselves and other students.

3,4,5# Baseball Stats ›

LessonIn this lesson, students will use baseball data available on the Internet to develop an understanding of the different ways in which data can be analyzed.

6,7,8# Mathematical Proofs ›

LessonIn this lesson, students will explore the nature of mathematical proofs and mathematical inquiry.

9,10,11,12# Sampling Rocks ›

LessonIn this lesson, students will collect and analyze a sample of rocks from the schoolyard.

K,1,2# A Matter of Pattern ›

LessonIn this lesson, students create and predict patterns formed when making paper snowflakes and learn that patterns may be predicted based on observation.

K,1,2# Shapes at Work ›

LessonIn this lesson, students look at shapes in the natural and designed world, investigate ways shapes can be used, and design and build structures.

3,4,5# Finding Satisfactory Solutions ›

LessonIn this lesson, students explore the creative aspects of problem-solving and practice creative problem-solving strategies in the context of a story problem.

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