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# Tag Archives: AP

## Prepping for the 2013 AP Stats test: common student errors, Part 2

Ok: two more questions to break down. Question 3:The goal of this question was to identify the correct methods to compute different probabilities in a situation. Students need to select the correct probability model for computing probabilities: a normal … Continue reading

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## “Stats, Sports and School:” A new adventure beyond AP Statistics

I’ve been teaching AP Statistics since the 1996-1997 school year, the first year the exam was offered by the College Board. If you’ve never seen / experienced the course as a teacher or student, check it out. I had always … Continue reading

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## PCMI 2012: Data Group Results

Well, It’s been a bit too long since PCMI Ended: I promised to follow up on the work that the working group at PCMI did in Reasoning with Data and Chance . You can find the abstracts of their … Continue reading

## My Goal this year: Making homework work for seniors.

This year, I will teach two sections of AP Statistics, as I have since 1997. I feel confident in providing good activities for kids, setting appropriate standards for the students I teach, modeling the kind of writing/ reading/ thinking … Continue reading

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## Dear Santa: I want great online data software.

As the final days of the summer wind down for me, I am starting the “prep time” that all teachers go through before classes start. I get very ambitious and idealistic, and try to stay that way for as … Continue reading