Human Performance


  • Human Performance Careers

    Human performance engineers apply math and science in tangible ways that can improve people's lives and the tools and products we use. Watch and learn about topics in human performance including ergonomics, human factors and robotics.

    Grades: 6-12
  • Human Performance & Sampling

    Statistics and sampling are important for human performance experiments. Students will learn several sampling types including census, random, stratified random, and convenience. Examples of real-life sampling and experimental design are also shown.

    This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

    Grades: 6-12
  • Human Performance Experiments: Teacher Background Video

    Packed with ideas for creating real-life human performance experiments for the classroom, this video will show teachers ways to inspire student-designed experiments while introducing the concepts of sampling, statistics, and human error.

    Grades: 13+
  • Human Performance Careers: Teacher Background Video

    Human performance career professionals explain how this career field can be used to help people in all walks of life. Teachers will learn, and be able to share with their students, a wide range of human performance study and career opportunities.

    This video is available in both English and Spanish audio.

    Grades: 13+
  • Human Performance & Data

    Students learn how interesting statistics and data collection can be when used in real-life human performance experiments. Students will learn about univariate and multivariate data and how experiments are impacted by data gathering.

    This video is available in both English and Spanish audio, along with corresponding closed captions.

    Grades: 8-12
  • Human Performance Data: Teacher Background Video

    With motivating interviews and creative graphic overlays, teachers will learn ideas for inspiring student-designed experiments about human performance. Experimental design is introduced, including data collection, sampling methods, and data interpretation.

    Grades: 9-13+

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