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What people are saying about StatsLC resources

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

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

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

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

Dragonistics is cool. It was fun sorting them with their different attributes and stuff — Kaitao Middle School student

Easy to understand and precise. Thanks! — Cl Choi

Great, simple and funny. — vladimirhovno

Leo loved this game and we have been playing it most nights. — Tracey, parent

I love your videos — Reem Unown

Thank you so much. You just saved me for my upcoming stats exam. — Tina Hii

A great guide for the students and I would encourage some of my more capable students to create their own challenges for other students. This in turn will demonstrate, or not, their understanding of the various data collection and display methods learned during this year. — Vicki Hagenaars, Waiouru School

My class are LOVING this game. The graphics are amazing and the children are having fun and not even realising that they are actually learning — Primary school teacher

Dragonisitics data cards have engaged all students at all levels of my maths in my classroom. The cards are interesting and have a range of attributes for the students to work with. The subject specific vocabulary that students were able to use when discussing the cards was a huge improvement to what it had been before their use. I highly recommend the use of these cards for posing open ended problems involving statistical data. Students ask to use them, which in years 7 & 8 is huge. They motivate the students to engage in their learning. — Nathalie Jeeves-Edwards, Kaitao Middle School

My class (especially the boys) are LOVING this game. The graphics are amazing and the children are having fun and not even realising that they are actually learning. They love battling each other and trying to collect as many dinosaurs as possible. I have found it hard to find games that the children really enjoy, but this has got to be the best so far. Highly recommend !!!! — Julie, Year 3 teacher

This video is awesome. I recommend all of my professors to watch this before going to class! — Sean Xiao

I just wanted to thank you for all the videos. They're all very informative and easy to grasp. — Ameen Ali

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

From what I can see as I observe the students, they are always talking to each other and helping each other out so there is a lot of dialogue going on. Connections is quite interactive. There is a need for them to focus intensively as there are a lot of categories involved. They are always comparing variables using statistical vocabulary. — Kalala Raeli, Dargaville Intermediate School

Like how [The Dragon Games] is about luck and also about strategy. — St Theresa's School student

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

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

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