# Teacher Workshop Unit Planning Intro Probability Resources

Here are some Teacher Workshop Unit Planning Intro Probability resources and websites you may find useful. If you would like to be added to this list, please email me. I ask for a reciprocal link in return.

## Teacher Workshop Unit Planning Intro Probability Resources

- A1 Test Specifcation Sheet
- A1a Test Blueprint
- A2 Test Template
- A3 Content Strategies
- A3a Instructional Strategies
- A4 Assessment Strategies
- A9 Practice Test Probability
- B2 Odds vs. Probability
- B5 Probability Defined
- B6 Odds Defined
- B7 Difference Odds & Probability
- B8 Convert Probability to Odds
- B8a Example conversion
- B9 New Terminology
- C basic Probability Rules
- D2 Simple Probability Problems
- F2 Mutuall Exclusive
- G4 Complement
- G4a Examples
- H2 Prob (A and B) Prob (A or B) Rules
- I4 Sample Space - Listing
- J2 Identifying Outcomes - not easy
- J4 Tree Diagram _ Identifying Outcomes
- J6 Law of Averages?
- K Fundamental Counting Principle
- K2 Assign Probabilities Tree Diagram
- K4 Examples
- K6 Algorithm Finding Prob Using Tree Diagram
- K8 Exercises - with Tree Diagrams
- M2 The Problem with Tree Diagrams
- N Counting Methods
- N4 Examples using FCP
- P2 Factorial Defined
- P4 Computation with Factorials
- R2 Permutation Defined
- R4 Computation Permutation
- R4a Examples Probability with Permutation
- R4b Permutation vs. Fundamental Counting Principle
- S2 Combination Defined
- T2 Summary Counting Methods
- T4 Examples
- T6 Method Comparisons
- T8 Probability Using Counting Methods

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