Link to specific material
AMA Saturday Mornings Saturday 2011
AMA Statistics day
The movie of Chris Wild’s talk from the Statistics Teachers Day in Auckland yesterday, together with the software he used in it, has been put up at http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~wild/VIT/
Chris’s talk and the rest of the resources from Teacher’s Day will go up on Census At School progressively over the summer.
Use of the iNZight program for analysing statistical data analysis has just been made a whole lot easier. The software is now packaged in a form where it can be downloaded (or copied) and then used on Windows machines without the user needing to have administrative privileges because it needs no formal installation – see the downloads page at
http://www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~wild/iNZight/
(we have ideas about how to do the same thing for Mac but have not managed to do so yet)

AMA Mathematics and Calculus day
Learning programmes and activities mentioned in Pip's sessions. Please note that these are in a format for the web editor.
Learning programmes
level 7 course in mathematics and statistics.doc
level 7 course with statistics as a main focus.doc
level 7 applied mathematics and statistics course.doc
Activities
skidmarks-graph22Nov.doc
musichelpsmemory-experiments22Nov.doc
coolcoffee-graphs22Nov.doc
Coffeecosts-equations22Nov.doc
chocolatepreference-simulations22Nov.doc
chocolateishealthy-statlit22Nov.doc
Learning experiences pages that were worked on in workshop 2 & 3 Note these are quite big files
level6.pdf (6MB)
level7.pdf (6MB)
level8.pdf (5MB)

THINKING AND LITERACY IN MATHEMATICS: EPSOM GIRLS 15TH NOVEMBER 2011
Materials from three of the four presentations. 1. Bivariate data, Anna Martin
2. Practical trigonometry, Neil Harris
3. Probability experiments, Asha Kuma & Claire Walls