Welcome to Stats Medic! Whether you are a brand new AP Stats teacher or a veteran who is looking for new resources, we are glad that you have joined us. We are so lucky to have such a supportive community of teachers, as well as an amazing abundance of resources to choose from when it comes to teaching AP Stats. In this post, we are going to share our list of go-to resources that we use with our own students at East Kentwood High School.
Daily Lesson Plans
Stats Medic has a FULL curriculum of lessons for every topic of the AP Stats course! Every lesson is designed with the Experience First, Formalize Later (EFFL) model for teaching, where students work in small groups to think and reason through an activity before the teacher facilitates a whole-class debrief consolidating student strategies and layering on more formal vocabulary, notation, and generalized formulas. All these editable lessons are ready to be printed, and teacher answer keys and teaching tips are provided for every lesson.
Homework, Quizzes, and Tests
Don't stress! We are currently working on creating homework, quizzes, and tests that are perfectly aligned to the Stats Medic AP Stats curriculum. Every Stats Medic lesson will have a homework assignment, and every quiz and test listed in our pacing guide will be available as well.
We are hoping to have all of these assessments ready for the 2024-2025 school year. These assessments will be available in the Math Medic Assessment Platform, which already has pre-made assessments for Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, Precalculus and now AP Precalculus.
If you are interested in getting on the waitlist for the Assessment Platform for AP Stats, fill out this form.
Support for Absent Students
Our students are always busy with band, sports, and a variety of field trips. While we would prefer that they could experience the Stats Medic lessons in class, we feel the next best option for them is to watch a video about the exact lesson they missed. All of these videos are available in the Stats Medic Video Subscription. Here are some other ways that teachers are also using the video subscription.
Let us know if you are interested in getting a quote for a full year of video access.
Extra Support for Students
When students struggle with a new lesson, we like to have resources available to share with them to help fill in the gaps. We are using the College Board AP Daily videos as this resource. AP Daily videos are short, on-demand videos led by experienced AP teachers (including “Luke from Stats Medic”) that cover all the course content and skills. We have created skeleton notes for students to fill out as they watch each video.
AP Exam Review
When it comes to preparing students for the AP Statistics Exam, we have created tons of activities and several must-have resources (flash cards, Ultimate Inference Guide, Ultimate Interpretations Guide).
But our most valuable resource for AP Exam Review is the Stats Medic Review Course. This online course for students includes short content videos, multiple choice and free response practice questions, strategy videos, and a full-length practice exam.
Let us know if you are interested in getting a quote to use the Review Course with all of your students.
We highly recommend that you join the Stats Medic Teacher Community Facebook group, where we have a community of 5000+ teachers that are always willing to collaborate and share ideas. Let’s help each other to make this a great course! We are really looking forward to seeing all of the Stats Medic resources in action in classrooms this year.