Here are the resources from my talks. If there is any resource missing, please send me an email and I'll add it to the page.
You can access the handouts from my talk as well as a large number of other files at mrmathman.com/stuff (Dropbox link).
Thanks for a nice day together. I don't think there were any extra requested resources. If you need anything, please drop me a line!
Sacramento-APSI-July 16-19, 2018
You all worked really hard this week. Thanks for being such an enjoyable group.
Some of you asked for my presentation slides. I exported them to PowerPoints and put them in a folder on the Dropbox called "PowerPoints". They are originally Keynote files. If you would prefer those, please send me an email.
Denver-APSI-July 9-12, 2018
Thanks for a great week! We were small, but mighty!
CMC-Palm Springs-Oct 27
Random Samples in Stats
To find the handouts and 44 clean data sets from this talk, go to mrmathman.com/stuff and grab the folder entitled Random Samples.
John Oliver did a great segment on p-hacking. A very kind stats teacher made a (mostly) safe for school version. You can download it here:
CMC-Palm Springs-Nov 4, 5
San Antonio-June 25-28
Please supply me with your school address: Contact Form
Rocky mountain beauty!
Long Beach-June 20-23
Moreno Vally-November 14th
CMC-Palm Springs-November 5th
Handout (includes extra projects not printed at the session)
Los Angeles-October 24th
The Memory Game (a good in-class experiment we discussed)
San Antonio-July 27-30
ResearchMark on twitter
Hong Kong-January 31st & February 1st-AP Stats
Casio Guide (pdf link)
Egg Roulette PowerPoint (including Beckham video)
There are images of bias project posters and final projects on your thumb drive.
La Jolla-November 15th-AP Stats
Here is the correct link for teachers to check their scores.
LAUSD at UCLA-November 8
Palm Springs-CMC-South-October 25
The Mythbusters video was too big for my web site. :-( Here's a link to the video.
Better late than never? I just discovered that the Teacher's Guide on AP Central has EIGHT sample audit syllabi. Also, it might be helpful to know that I've been recently hired to write a sample syllabus for SMW4e and that it will be available by Labor Day.
Bonus link! Julie Kindred blogged about her test prep days. Good reading for ideas HERE.
Syllabus Sketch: (first semester)
- Effort: (Homework, Do-Now’s, Classwork, WebWork) 15%
- Unit I—Exploring Data 25%
- Unit II—Regression 20%
- Unit III—Design 15%
- Unit IV—Probability 25%
Also note that Josh Tabor has posted TPS 5e resources in the AP Community
Las Cruces-June 2-6
If you would like the slides I used in PowerPoint format (instead of Keynote), send me an email. I converted them all.
My favorite CLT applet (that uses Java.)
New Orleans-April 10, 2014
Los Angeles-February 8th, 2014
A handy link: MC guessing penalty conversion
Asilomar-December 3rd, 2013
Palm Springs-November 2nd, 2013
***Data and Slopes and y-intercepts, Oh My!
***2013 AP Statistics Exam Walk Through