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Engage learners and improve maths skills with real-life data collected from research projects in Ethiopia.

Using this exciting resource for 11-14 years, learners can hone their data-handling skills by interpreting charts, plotting data and considering the challenges of data collection. Explore the lives of female smallholders in Ethiopia and investigate whether collective action has a positive impact on women’s empowerment.

Also available for 14-16 years.

  • Explore the challenges of data collection
  • Read and plot a scatter graph
  • Consider the importance of sample size when analysing data
  • Compare the mean, median and mode
  • Use pie and bar charts to analyse the wealth of women
  • Effectively represent different types of data
  • Interpret qualitative and quantitative data

Ewch ati i ennyn brwdfrydedd dysgwyr a gwella eu sgiliau Mathemateg gyda data bywyd go iawn a gasglwyd o brosiectau ymchwil yn Ethiopia.

Gan ddefnyddio’r adnodd cyffrous hwn ar gyfer disgyblion 11-14 oed, gall dysgwyr fireinio eu sgiliau trin data trwy ddehongli graffiau, plotio data, ac ystyried yr heriau sy’n gysylltiedig â chasglu data. Archwiliwch fywydau tyddynwyr benywaidd yn Ethiopia ac ystyriwch a yw gweithredu ar y cyd wedi cael effaith gadarnhaol o ran grymuso menywod.

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