Journey to Centers in the Core

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Students travel through a series of lessons as they analyze data and unpack the meaning of measures of center.

Contributor Notes

Randall E. Groth, regroth@salisbury.edu, teaches courses in mathematics education at Salisbury University, in Salisbury, Maryland. He is interested in exploring the statistical thinking of teachers and students and designing strategies to foster their development.

Kristen D. Kent, kkent1@salisbury.edu, teaches secondary school mathematics. She conducted multiple undergraduate research projects focused on improving mathematics education while completing her degree at Salisbury University.

Ebony D. Hitch, edhitch@umes.edu, studies mathematics at the University of Maryland–Eastern Shore. She was an undergraduate teacher/researcher for the sequence of lessons described in this article.

(Corresponding author is Groth regroth@salisbury.edu)(Corresponding author is Kent kkent1@salisbury.edu)(Corresponding author is Hitch edhitch@umes.edu)
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