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About Stats Medic

Middle and high school math teachers are now expected to teach statistics at some level. Through no fault of their own, most of these teachers have not received adequate training in teaching statistics. Stats Medic formed to support these teachers. As stats teachers ourselves, we understand the difficulty of engaging your students with relevant content. Stats Medic offers the teaching resources and community needed for stats teachers to thrive. Whether it is through detailed lesson plans, training workshops, or connecting you to other statistics teachers, Stats Medic gives you the tools you need to become a successful statistics teacher.

Our mission: To transform statistics education by empowering teachers to lead student-centered classrooms. 

Luke Wilcox

Luke teaches Intro Statistics and Advanced Placement Statistics at East Kentwood High School, a public school in West Michigan that is Beating the Odds. He believes that students and teachers learn best when there is a context to connect to their learning. Notably, Luke is the 2017-2018 Michigan Teacher of the Year and was previously recognized as the Presidential Award winner for mathematics. He has a Masters Degree in Mathematics Education from Grand Valley State University and completed his undergraduate mathematics and physics degree at the University of Michigan. Follow along on his adventures at @wilcoxl22.

Lindsey Gallas

Lindsey teaches Intro Statistics and Advanced Placement Statistics at East Kentwood High School. She creates contexts in the classroom that activate students’ curiosity and fosters student discovery by encouraging students to share their observations in small group discussions. Lindsey has a Masters degree in Curriculum and Instruction with a specialization in Math from Grand Valley State University. Follow her engaging lessons at @MrsGallasMath.    

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