Statistics

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Offered June 20-23, 2016

Chris True, STATS

Chris True, STATS

For new and experienced AP teachers

NOTE: please bring copies of your favorite activity to share with everyone (qty. 18) and a graphing calculator.

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Course Description

This four day workshop will consist of lectures, simulations, hands-on activities, videos, sharing (best practices), questions and answers, testing strategies, and a “mock” reading session of the Free Response questions. We will also work on setting up your AP program for next year.

The schedule will be flexible.  We’ll try to stay on topic as much as possible, but since the four days’ foci are interrelated, we may find ourselves delving into areas not originally scheduled.  So much the better.  Linkage among topics is very important.  Be prepared to ask questions, share musings, and pose “what ifs?”  We’ll be very free flowing.

Consultant: Chris True

Chris True has been teaching AP Statistics and AP Calculus in Nebraska since 1998. He has served as an AP Statistics reader, table leader and a member of the rubric team for the past 14 years. He has presented dozens of AP Statistics Summer Institutes, College Board workshops, AP Annual Conferences, National Math and Science teacher trainings and student study sessions. He has also presented at several regional, national and international Texas Instruments conferences. He has served as the Director of Mathematics Programs for the National Math and Science Initiative. He currently teaches Calculus II and III at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln where he also serves as a coach and mentor to the graduate teaching assistants who are teaching the recitation sections of Calculus I and II. In addition to teaching, he also leads a committee for the College Board called AP Insight. In this capacity, he is responsible for identifying challenge areas and creating resources for AP Statistics teachers.