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Data Games - Scientific Research Reasoning Institute (SRRI)

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4 to 12
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Data Games is an online game with a unique twist. Throughout each game, data is stored allowing players to analyze data following play. Videos offer explanations on how to play ...more
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Data Games is an online game with a unique twist. Throughout each game, data is stored allowing players to analyze data following play. Videos offer explanations on how to play and use the data to increase the odds of winning. Some games feature popular strategy games like Rock, Paper, Scissors, and shuffleboard.

tag(s): charts and graphs (198), data (159), logic (242), probability (138), problem solving (289), puzzles (207)

In the Classroom

Share games on classroom computers for students to play as a math center on probability. Have students locate and share other online probability games using a bookmarking tool like Diigo, reviewed here. Ask students to share their data and analysis using an online video tool like Flipgrid, reviewed here. On Flipgrid, have them respond to their peers and discuss similarities and differences in their data collection. Create an interactive class book using Book Creator, reviewed here, to share findings from each of the games, including video of gameplay, pictures of data results, and charts to share student findings.

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