Practise Projects

IB Maths Studies: Practise Projects

Time is probably the teachers biggest complaint when it comes to fitting in different ideas into a syllabus and it is so with good reason! As a result, it is often beneficial to look for ways in which two or more things can be done at the same time. One such idea is to demonstrate an example of a good Maths Studies project for internal assessment by using it as a vehicle for teaching the syllabus.There is much written...


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Marina Kolesina 19 January 2018 - 10:21

Dear Sir or Madam,
I hope you can help me. My student plans to write a geometry based project. I have doubts about the evaluation of this work on such criteria as, Interpretation of Results, Validity, or Information / Measurement. Could you help me please?

Thankfully yours,
Marina

Jim Noble 23 January 2018 - 13:23

Hi Marina,
It is definitely more difficult to meet the criteria for projects that are not based on stats. I have written a post about further processes in non stats projects here thinkib.net which elaborates on this planning diagram here thinkib.net That might help to shape the project so it has the potential needed to meet the criteria. Have a read of those links and let me know if you have any further questions, Thanks, Jim


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