Data: Helping Students Interpret Statistical Representations
Data, or numerical information, can be described, represented, analyzed, and interpreted in various ways for various purposes. This course looks at some common uses (and misuses) of data. Learn about the measures of central tendency statistics, graphs, and probability. Through the course readings, activities, and discussions, you’ll review basic concepts and explore strategies for introducing and teaching these concepts to your adult students.
Course dates: March 11 to April 26, 2013
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Registration link: http://www.newreaderspress.com/Items.aspx?hierId=6514
Course instructor: Pam Meader
Course fee: $179.00
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Registration closes March 11, 2013, for Data: Helping Students Interpret Statistical Representations. Join colleagues to learn about the measures of central tendency statistics, graphs, and probability. You'll explore strategies for introducing and teaching these concepts to adult students.
For more information and to register: http://www.newreaderspress.com/Items.aspx?hierId=6514