Registration is now open for Teaching Statistics MOOC-Eds (Massive Open Online Courses). These free and open courses are offered through the Friday Institute at North Carolina State University.
If you plan to take Teaching Statistics through Inferential Reasoning (TSIR), you are strongly encouraged take Teaching Statistics through Data Investigations (TSDI) first. If you are unable to do so, or if you simply want to review the content of that course before beginning TSIR, it is recommended that you take TSIR’s Unit 0: Orientation and Review of the SASI Framework.
Teaching Statistics through Data Investigations
Ensure your students are future ready to use data for making informed decisions by using an investigation cycle to teach statistics and help students explore data to make evidence-based claims
Go to this Friday Institute webpage to register. Classes start Sept. 11.
NEW! Teaching Statistics through Inferential Reasoning
Learn to engage learners of all ages in investigations focused on making inferences and claims, supported by samples of data. This course will teach you how to emphasize inferential reasoning in teaching statistics through posing different types of investigative questions.
Go to this Friday Institute webpage to register. Classes start Oct. 2.