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Sunday, 25 September 2011 | Comments
On MathsStarters, I have added a Frequency Distribution Table tool. The tool lets you have 3 to 10 scores, you tally as you go and the frequency and total are calculated.
You could use this on a projector/IWB (the buttons for incrementing the tally are sized for an IWB). Or, students could use this to record data on their own laptop as they collect it – paperless!
Here’s a short video demonstrating the tool:
Using ‘Frequency Distribution Table’ on MathsStarters from Simon Job on Vimeo.
I’m happy to receive your feedback on other features that could be added or suggestions of ways you could use this tool.
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