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  • Writer's pictureBlanca E. Duarte

There's a STAT for THAT

Updated: Mar 23

Tonight, as I watch a very well played World Series Playoff game, I realize how every moment on TV can be turned into a teachable - err change that - statistical moment. Ever wonder how to entice that very uninterested 6th grader in a game of statistics? Easy, have them compare stats on two playoff baseball teams and predict the results. Have them find and compare the best two hitters on opposing teams. The lowest % hitters, the best hitters, pitchers with the lowest ERA, define ERA. Listen you might even find you are educating a child or two. Have younger children note every time the television throws a statistic on the bottom of the screen. Have them count the number of players that come up to bat during an inning. Have them average the number of players per inning in one game. Five games. An entire season. Do this and you just may be able to increase the number of hours on average per week that a child spends with their parents! :) Along with every posting I will try and find additional resources that you can explore. I call this the MST review. M for Museum, S for webSite and T for teacher lesson. Hope you enjoy!

M-S-T National Baseball Hall of Fame: Math: Batter Up and Lesson Plans MLB: Major League Baseball Illuminations Search Term: Baseball

Blanca E. Duarte, Chief Enablement Officer, LogicWing


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