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Jennifer N. Lovett and Hollylynne S. Lee

Gain insight into the ways that students reason about measurement units and use data to draw conclusions.

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Solve It! Tom versus Tom

little problems with big solutions

Sherry L. Bair and JoAnn Cady

To elicit creative student thinking, this open-ended problem asks solvers to calculate which movie career was more successful, that of Tom Cruise or Tom Hanks.

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Amy Hillen and Joe DeMaio

This problem involves medal placements during the Winter Olympic games.

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Stephanie A. Casey

Students explore six tasks to develop criteria for finding an informal line of best fit.

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Mary Alice Carlson, Elizabeth G. Arnold, and Barbara Bolte

scatterplots and linear models (CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.8.SP.A.1–3). We wanted students to clarify the problem in its real‐world context and pose questions they could answer with data ( Franklin et al. 2007 ). After students shared what they noticed and wondered

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Carmen Petrick Smith and Kris Kenlan

Students investigate how well an online game helps them learn.

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George J. Roy, Thomas E. Hodges and LuAnn Graul

Students' mathematical intuition about estimation can serve as an entry point for tasks exploring measures of center.

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Stephanie A. Casey and Jonathan D. Bostic

Implementing the practice of looking for and making use of structure differs when addressing statistics content standards compared with mathematics content standards. Read about suggestions for tuning out noise in data to teach SMP 7 in statistics.

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Nirmala Naresh and Bridget Royce

Students design game boards and gather experimental data to better understand the hidden mathematics in a common television game show.

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Lynn G. Patterson and Kadie L. Patterson

An engaging activity analyzing the average age of U.S. presidents not only integrates history and mathematics but also examines measures of central tendency and its appropriate uses.