Student Assessment
Students will be assessed with the followinging:

Introduction

Simple visuals using JMP - Assignment 20 Points

Natural Variation

Distributions of Random Variables - Test 10 Points

Probability Value - Test 10 Points

Experimental Design I - Assignment 30 Points

Identifying Normality - Project 30 Points

Sampling Distributions - Test 10 Points

Hypothesis Testing of the Mean - Test 10 Points

Confidence Intervals - Test 10 Points

Misuse of and Power of Statistical Inference - Test 10 Points

Goodness of Fit - Project 30 Points

Inference for Proportion - Test 10 Points

Bivariate Data I - Test 10 Points

Bivariate Data II - Assignment 20 Points

Final Exam Project - Ranking Tests - Final Exam Grade (1/7 of Year Grade)

Inference for Discrete Random Variables - Test 10 Points

Comparing Two Population Parameters - Test 10 Points

A Study of Experimental Design - Year End Project 40 Points

Trimester Total Points: Tests: 100 Points Projects and Assessments: 170 Points

32% of Grade by Tests 68% of Grade by Assessments and Projects

Homework Expectations

Homework will us ually be set every class and will be about 45 minutes in duration. Completing homework is as important as attending class. It is an extension of class time, where students will research or think about, practice and apply concepts discussed in class.

Late Work Policy

Academic penalties will be imposed for late work in order to uphold fairness. Penalties will be discussed with the students and will vary according to the assignment.

Course Make-up Work

Students will be required to make-up work for absences. When a student is absent they need to communicate with the teacher to find out what work is to be caught up on and the deadline for catching-up.

Participation

It is expected that students 'contribute positively' in class.

Examples of Positive Participation

providing thought provoking statistics article when required

showing leadership in teamwork and bringing the best out of team members

contributing in class discussions

taking good notes

sustaining a good level of focus in class

General positive behavior

Examples of actions that would reflect negatively:

being off task in class

emailing

flash games

completing assignments for other classes in stats class

delaying in starting assignments in class

distracting others

Expectations for class preparation and behavior

Academic and social learning are both crucial at Cary Academy as students prepare for college. If a student works on the following skills, they will not only be successful at Advanced Statistics, but they create a foundation for future success.

Courage – take risks with your learning. Be prepared to make mistakes and learn.

Competence – the basics: stay organized, prepare for tests and meet work deadlines

Humility – this gives us the ability to collaborate, listen, reflect and be lifelong learners

Honesty – Cary Academy is committed to academic integrity and honor

Student AssessmentStudents will be assessed with the followinging:

Assignment 20 PointsTest 10 PointsTest 10 PointsAssignment 30 PointsProject 30 PointsTest 10 PointsTest 10 PointsTest 10 PointsTest 10 PointsProject 30 PointsTest 10 PointsTest 10 PointsAssignment 20 PointsFinal Exam Grade (1/7 of Year Grade)Test 10 PointsTest 10 PointsYear End Project 40 PointsTrimester Total Points:Tests: 100 PointsProjects and Assessments: 170 Points32% of Grade by Tests68% of Grade by Assessments and ProjectsHomework ExpectationsHomework will us ually be set every class and will be about 45 minutes in duration. Completing homework is as important as attending class. It is an extension of class time, where students will research or think about, practice and apply concepts discussed in class.

Late Work PolicyAcademic penalties will be imposed for late work in order to uphold fairness. Penalties will be discussed with the students and will vary according to the assignment.

Course Make-up WorkStudents will be required to make-up work for absences. When a student is absent they need to communicate with the teacher to find out what work is to be caught up on and the deadline for catching-up.

ParticipationIt is expected that students 'contribute positively' in class.

Examples of Positive Participation

Examples of actions that would reflect negatively:

Expectations for class preparation and behaviorAcademic and social learning are both crucial at Cary Academy as students prepare for college. If a student works on the following skills, they will not only be successful at Advanced Statistics, but they create a foundation for future success.