IT, eTwinning, survey and statistics


Title

Survey and statistics

Author

Jens Haugstrup-Andersen

Name of school

Vissenbjerg Skole

Description

You’ll find this on www.vissenbjergskole.dk/vissenbjergskole.pdf

Goals

: The students will learn to create and refine a survey via an inquiry form. To rethink its design after testing its validation.

Methods

First of all the teaching must be based on a debate on the differences between quantity and quality. Secondly the students must learn to analyze and handle data. And of course to conclude from data.

Materials

1) Google Forms (online survey) and Spreadsheet. And 2) the material about surveys and interview techniques from Clio Online (Danish publisher of learning materials) at http://www.clioonline.dk/samfundsfaget/emner/metode/in terview-og-spoergeskema/ (in Danish and not accessible without national Danish school-login).

Assessment

The project seems attained when students can compare their own work before and after a debate on how to work with answers from participants from at target group

ICT

Via Google Forms and Google Spreadsheet the pupils can communicate, work together, share and process data online.

eTwinning

In this case the project is not connected to an eTwinningproject, but it is, at the time of writing, pending as Survey and statistics 10.10.2016 created by founder Annie Bergh and Jens Haugstrup-Andersen.

Mobility

The students are working with this on their own (after the presentation by the teachers). This is done in their work with the mandatory “projektopgaven” (project work teaching).

Stakeholders

This is a part of the everyday teaching and is, as such, not necessarily something the parents will be informed about.

Success

It helps the students to reconsider their work with information, statistics and a specific target groups view on the issue.

Head-teacher

Teachers

This will help our students work with data in their attempt to fulfil the requirements of Declaration 692 by June the 20th of 2014 in Folkeskoleloven (national curriculum).

Pupils

Multimedia

Country

Denmark

Subject

STEM

Age

6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15