Statistics as a Progression - VIRTUAL - Dee Crescitelli & Bonny Riedell (2022-23)
2/15/2023 - 3/15/2023 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Statistics as a Progression This professional learning event is open to any teacher. The intended audience for this course is 2nd through 6th Grade teachers.
Statistics is gaining recognition as an important component of mathematics education, from the primary grades to middle and high school continuing to post-secondary.
During this course, participants will deepen their understanding of statistics and see the standards and skills of their grade level as part of a progression starting in primary and continuing into middle and high school.
Essential statistics standards in the Kentucky Academic Standards for Mathematics begin in first grade and continue through all grade levels with the goal of developing student ability to comprehend and deal with variability and statistical information in the world around them and participate effectively in an information-laden society.
The KCAS- Mathematics also position students as doers of statistics as they take part in the production, interpretation, and communication of data.
Participants will explore instructional strategies for developing statistical understanding and receive virtual resources for use with students.
Cost: FREE Duration: 2 half-day sessions 2023 SCHEDULE:
Session 1: Wednesday, February 15, 2023; noon - 3:00 pm Eastern Time (which is 11am - 2 pm Central Time)
Session 2: Wednesday, March 15, 2023; noon - 3:00 pm Eastern Time (which is 11 am - 2 pm Central Time)
Please note: Participants must be able to participate in both sessions during the dates and times listed. These are live and interactive ZOOM meetings. They are not recordings that can be watched at other times.
Registration deadline is February 8, 2023.
Please contact the KCM at email@example.com or 859-572-7690 if you have any questions, or if you register and then are no longer able to attend. Thank you. Location: Virtual sessions via ZOOM
Registration ends on 2/8/2023 There are currently 17 spots remaining out of 25
If you are having trouble registering for an event, please contact the KCM at 859-572-7690 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Kentucky Center for Mathematics
Northern Kentucky University
1 Louie B Nunn Dr, LA134
Highland Heights, KY 41099