Offered June 23-26, 2014
Yes, we have spaces available!
“Best professional development I’ve attended in a long time. Loved the activity-based nature!”
2013 AP* Summer Institute, Statistics Participant
Paul’s goals 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 graphing calculators and computer software. Also, you will review the history of the AP Statistics program, discuss the creation of the AP Statistics exam, and review the scoring of the 2014 AP Statistics exam in great detail. Finally, you 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, how to prepare students for the AP exam, and of course, anything else that participants want to know!
Consultant: Paul Myers
Paul has enjoyed a wonderful 43 year mathematics and statistics teaching career, including 8 years in Europe & Africa, 32 years at Woodward Academy, 2 years at Georgia Tech and is currently teaching at The Paideia School in Atlanta, GA. He has been an AP Statistics and Mathematics Vertical Teams consultant for the Southern Region of the College Board and a Fathom consultant for Key Curriculum Press since 1997. He has conducted one-day and weeklong summer AP Statistics workshops throughout the United States and China, including the AP National Conference. He is a frequent presenter at College Board meetings, the MST conference at Phillips Exeter Academy, GCTM and NCTM conferences, focusing on statistics, data analysis, simulation and appropriate use of technology.