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  • Let’s Get Ready to Play…. Bob Lochel Siemens STEM Academy, Summer 2012
  • WHAT IS PLINKO?• Plinko is a game on the long-running game show “The Price is Right”• See contestants playing Plinko: – http://youtu.be/VPYlQEDe3PM
  • QUESTIONS OF INTEREST• Where should we drop Plinko chips?• What is the probability of winning $10,000?
  • PollEverwhere.com can be used to collect first responses
  • Polleverywhere.com can take open- ended responses
  • PLAYING PLINKO • Heads = Left • Tails = Right • Use random.org or use actual coinsGoogle Doc for datainput and sharing:
  • EVALUATE THE RESULTS• Look at the google form spreadsheet• Form – “show summary or responses”
  • WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED?• What is the probability that a chip dropped down the center will land in the $10,000 slot?• Bob’s YouTube Channel: –fuo7jaqpkqr9@m.youtube.com
  • THE NEXT DAY…..• Formative assessment – Photopeach
  • MORE RESOURCES• Join me on my math coaching blog: – Mathcoach.wordpress.com • Flubaroo (grades google form submissions) • Desmos online calculator • PhET (interactive science simulations) • Census at School• Twitter: @bobloch