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Math 1110 Elementary Statistics Project

  Derived from rubric: Statistics Survey/ Research Project
built by rdtownsend

Rubric Code: L36CCB
This assignment is for a beginning level statistics class on the unergraduate level. The project requires the student locate a survey or research project and evaluate the design of the study or research project, the data collection, the analysis of the data, the presentation of data and the conclusions drawn. This evaluation will be submitted as a written report.
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Keywords: statistics, survey, inference, analysis,
Categories: Subjects: Math  
Types: Project   Writing  
Grade Levels: Undergraduate

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  Approaches Expectations
3 pts
Meets Expectgations
7 pts
Exceeds Expectation
10 pts
writing
Approaches Expectations

Writing lacks organization or clarity, or is riddled with spelling, grammar or mechanics errors.
Meets Expectgations

The text has a discernible order and information can be found and understood easily. Technical writing errors are minimal.
Exceeds Expectation

The text is well-written. It has proper tone, audience, and language. It is organized , structures, and flows locically. Conventions of the English language are followed meticulously.
Formatting
Approaches Expectations

Report is not the appropriate length; does not cover all the specifications, or is otherwise difficult to read.
Meets Expectgations

Written report is the appropriate length cover all the specifications and fairly easy to read
Exceeds Expectation

Satisfactory elements plus: Text includes helpful headings. Document begins with a title and includes all relevant information about assignment
Introduction & Rationale
Approaches Expectations

Ideas ow what you studied not introduced, research variables are not introduced or described. No background information or rationale for topic
Meets Expectgations

The target population is identified but is unclear and/or inaccurate
Exceeds Expectation


Research Question; Description of
Variables
Approaches Expectations

The Sample and method of sampling is clearly identified and accurate. An analysis of the appropriateness of both the sample and method is clearly written and based on a full understanding of the terms and procedures
Meets Expectgations

The Sample and method of sampling is identified and accurate. The analysis of the appropirateness of both the sample and method of sampling lacks clarity and/or shows limited understanding of the terms and procedures.
Exceeds Expectation

Either the Sample or method of sampling is missing from the report. The analysis of the appropriateness of either the sample or sampling method is missing or shows little to no understanding of the terms and procdures
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Project Specifications
Definition of Terms
Sampling
Data
Hypothesis
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The data collected and method of collecting data are clearly stated and accurate. Visual representations of the data are noted and, analysis of the appropriateness of the method of presentation is clear and supported.
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The data collected and method of collecting data are stated but unclear and/or inaccurate. Visual representations of the data are noted but, the analysis of the appropriateness of the method of presentation is missing or lacks support
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The data collected and method of collecting data are stated but unclear and/or inaccurate. Visual representations of the data are not noted and analysis is missing.
Results &Conclusion
Descriptive statistics, Distribution, Correlation, Regression
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The results are clearly stated, briefly explained and analyzed, and accurate
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The results are not clearly stated, briefly explained and analyzed and/or inaccurate.
Discussion & Reflection
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Evaluation of the methods, organization, statistics and presentation of data are clear and supported by criteria outlined in textbook and in class. Concerns and/or questions are clearly stated and supported
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Evaluations of the methods, organization, statisics and presentation of data are included but are not specific and poorly supported by criteria outlined in textbook and in class. Concerns and/or questions are not specific and/or not supported.
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Evaluations of the methods, organization, statistics and presentation of data are included but views are not supported. No reference is made to concerns or questions
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