Mean Absolute Deviation (MAD) can turn even the biggest math lovers into frustrated students without guidance. This topic is relatively new to the 6th Grade curriculum, so it can seem really daunting to teach as well! This free download gives step by step instructions (with examples) to make this math concept easier for you and your students!
Mean, Median, Mode, Range activity with Skittles! This activity is great fun because they collect their own data, then collect their partner's data, combine group data, and do it all again. In other words, they are doing A LOT of mean, median, mode, and range practice with this activity! They enjoyed using their mini anchor charts as cheat sheets while they worked, too.
e used to summarize the fit, although other measures like positive predictive value could also be used. When the value being predicted is continuously distributed, the mean squared error, root mean squared error or median absolute deviation could be used to summarize the errors.
Complete lesson! Differentiated Task Cards includes Differentiated Cornell Notes and Power Point on Statistics: Measures of Center & Spread. Task Cards probe for conceptual understanding statistics along with calculating statistics.Skills: Students will learn mean, median, mode, range, interquartile range, mean absolute deviation, and outlier.Differentiation: The activity is tiered into 2 levels of difficulty.
Use this worksheet as a guide to help students solve Mean Absolute Deviation Problems. I placed the worksheet into plastic slip covers and allowed my students to write on the document using dry erase markers. My students found this tool to be very resourceful! This worksheet allows your students to find the MAD effortlessly...( almost ;) )