Thursday, 14 April 2016

I can read and interpret a range of graphs

I can read and interpret a range of graphs

For maths I have been learning to read and interpret a range of graphs. This relates to the National Standards as it meets the criteria of: Delete the ones that are not yours
  • I can identify patterns and trends in context, within and between data sets (Year ⅚ standard)
  • I can compare distributions visually (Year ⅞ Standard)
  • I can compare sample distributions visually, using measures of centre, spread, and proportion (Year 9/10)

Here is link to my Statistical Literacy spreadsheet link Link  which shows all of the graphs and tables I can read and interpret.

I have also compared and contrasted some of the graphs. Below are the links to them

My next step is to use these in my leadership investigation next term.

Wednesday, 13 April 2016

Term 1 Integrated Learning - Leadership

We have been learning all about What makes a good leader.

We identified that good leaders show 6 main character traits. These are Goal Focused, Integrity, Trustworthy, Active thinker, Motivational and Resilient

The leadership trait that I think I show the most is Trustworthy because if the teachers ask me to do something i will do it straight away.

The leadership trait I would most like to develop is Goal Focused because sometimes I go off task but iv been getting better

Something NEW I have learned about leadership is Integrity because I didn't know what it meant but now I know what it means

The SOLO level that I reached during this unit of learning is relational because I wouldn't exactly be able to evaluate where I'm at.

My next step in learning about leadership is to apply everything that I have learned about leadership to my own leadership roles.