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AP®® Statistics for New and Experienced Teachers

Workshop Description

The goals for our 4 days together are to review important topics from each of the four major content areas in AP® Statistics (Exploring Data, Collecting Data, Probability, and Statistical Inference), provide activities that help illustrate these topics, and provide instruction and opportunities to use various types of technology, including grAP®hing calculators and computer software.  In addition, we will review the history of the AP® Statistics program, discuss the creation of the AP® Statistics exam, and review the scoring of the 2016 AP® Statistics exam in great detail.  Finally, we will discuss how to start an AP® Statistics program, how to select materials for use in class, how to recruit students, how to assess students, and how to prepare students for the AP® exam.

What Participants Should Bring

  • A grAP®hing calculator. (I will be modeling instruction using both the TI-84 and TI-Nspire)
  • A lAP®top computer and/or tablet
  • Your statistics textbook
  • Your school calendar


Consultant Bio

Paul Myers has 45 years of high school teaching experience in Europe, Africa, and the United States.  He is currently at The Paideia School in Atlanta, GA where he teaches mathematics and statistics and is the department coordinator.  He has taught AP® Statistics since its inception in 1997, has been a College Board endorsed AP® Statistics consultant since 1998, and has conducted AP® Statistics workshops, both one-day and week-long summer institutes in 45 states and China.  Paul’s current projects include developing short courses including Viva Las Vegas!, FiveThirtyEight, and The Mathematics of Board Games.





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