What kind of method will be used to display the information
Show events along the top and grades along the side with results in the middle
Box and whisker
Stem and leaf
Where could it be recored?
What event would be most popular to the students?
They were told the result at the end of the event if they asked
They were in charge of the events and wrote down the results
Student who watched the participants
They saw and know who came what and when
Who would want the results?
Compete for the highest score
To keep a record of the data and encourage those who did well to improve and those who do it for fun to point them to what they could be good in.
See their child's effort and score
Why do we need a record of athletics day?
Targets for the next years athletic competitors
Record of the schools acheivements
Motivation for the students to beat their last scores and each others
PIES (Product Information Exchange Standard)
Management and exchange of product attribute information
Used to transfer product specific data such as pricing, interchanges, kits, digital assets, marketing content, hazmat, product attributes, etc., between all members of the supply chain
'Form follows function'
'Form follows function' is a principle associated with 20th-century modernist architecture and industrial design, which says that the shape of a building or object should primarily relate to its intended function or purpose.