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Spreadsheets – Data Handling


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Created on 31 March 2011 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 01 March 2012 by ncetm_administrator

 

Spreadsheets – Data Handling

A staff development workshop on using digital technologies for a group of teachers

Given that Excel is widely available in schools, this workshop aimed to revisit the potential of Excel to support statistical investigations. By using Excel to perform calculations and to create charts and graphs the focus can be shifted from the mechanics of the calculations and creation of charts with pencil and paper to the use and interpretation of them.

This workshop aims to enable delegates to undertake a statistical investigation based on a large data set by:

  • Learning to use a spreadsheet to sort and filter large data sets;
  • Using the spreadsheets’ statistical functions including: SUM; AVERAGE; MODE; MEDIAN to generate averages and measures of spread quickly and accurately for large data sets so that these values can be compared and interpreted;
  • Using a spreadsheet to create relevant and appropriate charts and diagrams in order to answer questions posed about large data sets;
  • Learning to use graphs and charts produced by a spreadsheet in word processing document.

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