Learn about the difference between correlation and cause by looking at several headlines. Try to apply what you learn from this video to headlines that you see everyday.
Discusses the difference between correlation and causation, especially when applied to scoring websites. (Some of the examples in the video does reference HTML tags and other web programming terminology.)
Distinguishes between correlation and causality and their implications.An eye-opening video that illustrates how causality and correlation is not the same thing and how it's misconstrued to a large extent in health articles.
Ice cream causes polio? Explanation on how a correlation became a false causation.
A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Correlation and Causation.
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Students will look at the effects of ocean acidification on oysters and corals, find similarities between growing ocean acidification and ocean circulation, look at current science research in this field, and explore other potential challenges to the ocean's chemistry.
Correlation means that two trends are going in the same or opposite direction. One may cause the other, both may be caused by a third factor, or they may be unrelated.
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This article explains the difference between correlation and causation, and provides real world examples.
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