Teaching Inference with Confidence ONLINE: Dec. 12-13 with presenter Daren Starnes
Time & Location
About The Event
Teaching inference can be challenging in a typical year, much less one that requires a mixture of online and in-person instruction. How can we help students make sense of important statistical concepts like margin of error, P-value, and statistical significance? In this two-day online workshop with presenter Daren Starnes, author of The Practice of Statistics, we'll explore a progression of activities that help students unravel the logic and process of constructing confidence intervals and performing significance tests.
Live Instruction: Each day from 12:00 to 3:00 pm EST
• Explore teaching strategies that promote reasoning and understanding before moving to formal inference procedures.
• Engage with multiple online resources that will help students develop conceptual understanding of statistical inference and make connections, at home or in the classroom.
• Collaborate with other statistics teachers from around the country.
Asynchronous Learning: Available online
• Prior to each day of live instruction, you will be asked to complete a guided investigation using online applets to refresh prerequisite knowledge that connects directly to the live instruction.
AP Stats teacher and author Daren Starnes will be leading this workshop!