Team Pemaquid, defined and counted…

What makes Team Pemaquid tick? That was the question that students on the team set out to answer in an interdisciplinary activity between math and ELA in September. Students developed two unique questions (one categorical and one numerical that no other student on the team would ask) to determine what a typical student on Team Pemaquid was like. Each student surveyed 50 students on the team for responses. Students then chose two different types of graphs to reveal their findings. One of these graphs had to be 3D. Students then reflected upon their data in a constructed response.

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