It occurred to me that students talk about measures of central tendency, variance, standard deviation, etc, but until college, I was never taught how the information I used for these calculations showed up on my plate. I was glad to see that sampling methods made their way into our content standards.

The following are some really helpful websites that I found that can teach students the difference between the sampling methods and why these differences are so important.

The first is a

**page that has links to different kinds of sampling methods such as random sampling, cluster sampling, etc.**

__statistics glossary__The following is a slightly weird site. The

**has a great website outlining all the different types of statistics methods.**

__Australian Bureau of Statistics__The

**website offers an AP Stats tutorial on sampling methods.**

__Star Trak__The

**website has a great one page site that goes through all the sampling methods. It is concise and very informative.**

__stat.yale__Any other helpful websites that you found?

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this was super helpful thanks so much.

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