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I finally got it! Thank you! — Kyla Mae Tan

very nice presentations in all of your videos. No extra words, nothing to confuse. Definitely recommendable to others — donibrasco 1

This video is very helpful for anyone starting to do quantitative research. — Mahmoud alsaidi

It has been a non-gender activity with all the class being involved at different times. It has encouraged multi-level learning and lots of problem-solving and discussions. They have adapted traditional games to the cards and incorporated new games with old. — Amanda Carter, Pukekohe Intermediate

We feel like we could use [Dragon Cards] to write stories, maybe using the outcome to base a story on; the attributes of the dragons give them personality. — St Theresa's School student

Thank you so much for the video it was so helpful — Deween Lojitha

very helpful, thank you! — Miirrinda

I got a positive response from my students that they were finding the videos and notes for the Internals very helpful. We will certainly use the quizzes etc for our revision for the final exams next term. — Dunedin high school teacher

Great video's on this channel; I'm going to recommend them to my MBA students at The Hague University of Applied Sciences. — JH van der Zwan

Fantastic game, builds solid knowledge and is riveting at the same time. The children loved the game and begged me to play it again the following days. For a resource to be so well loved and liked in a short period of time is fantastic. — Lee Hudson, St Joseph's Morrinsville

StatsLC has been a fantastic resource for our students. The material is engaging and also the most up to date of any other resource we use for teaching NCEA L3 Statistics. The boys love doing the quizzes which give clues and comments if they need help and they really enjoy the videos. The written material (especially on 'newer' concepts such as triangular and uniform distributions) is really helpful to both teachers and students.
We also use the videos for our Level 1 and Level 2 NCEA students which enjoy and get good understanding from. They make what can be a difficult topic to teach properly, so much easier to understand with simple and fun everyday examples to get points across. — Wellington high school teacher

As a teacher StatsLC resources have been very useful to help students understand the key concepts when dealing with statistics. The students find the resources engaging and the site is easy to navigate around.I Definitely beneficial for students studying for externals. Thank you StatsLC! — Yvonne Vujcich DP Kaikohe Christian School

Many of our students are studying subjects independently and for them the Statistics Learning Centre materials are really useful. We also use them a lot in class as they have nice simple explanations of statistics concepts. The quizzes are great to sharpen understanding and there are useful checklists to help students write their assignments. — Christchurch high school teacher

I was really impressed with the detail and quality of the cards when I unwrapped them. They were easy for the students to become familiar with and work with as we went through the activities. The activities themselves are well planned and lead neatly into the each other, at the same time leading the students further into their exploration of statistics without feeling like it is hard work. — Vicki Hagenaars, Waiouru School

The Dragon Games: I like how you can take cards off other people. — St Theresa's School student

This video is so helpful!! our prof showed us this in class :) thank you ! — Fatima Al

Thanks a lot. This actually helped. :D — Hivi Amungama

Easy to understand and precise. Thanks! — Cl Choi

Like the dragons themselves and their names. — St Theresa's School student

Great resource, eye catching graphics that the boys were drawn too. — Carmen Quinnell, Hawera Intermediate School

Very helpful with my statistics class and these concepts. — Crystal Miller

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