Professional Development on CODAP   Leave a comment


Dear Colleagues,

We are planning a Zoom group discussion on Thursday, March 4 at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Our special guests are Hollylynne Lee (Director), Gemma Mojica (Co-director), Emily Thrasher and Greg Ray who are part of the Hub for Innovation and Research in Statistics Education group of Statistics Education (HI-RiSE) which is a group of statistics teacher educators, curriculum developers, and researchers from NC State University that conduct multiple projects to help support the teaching and learning of statistics and data science. They will be presenting on Investigating Real, Multivariate Data with CODAP.


Get ready to learn about what you can do in your classrooms to help excite and motivate your students to learn with and from data. They will engage us in data and statistics tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving using real multivariate datasets with a free online data visualization and analysis tool, CODAP. Free, online resources will be shared. Joining from a laptop or tablet will be best for this session.

We are going to use the Zoom registration for the RSVP for this meet-up.  Please click on the link below to register and Zoom will automatically send you the access info.

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0ucu-hqT4oEtdpKeOY6J0uNI4e9EERQgKr

Recordings of previous K-12 Meet-ups are available at https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCESYnsheh2TclJlZW13sdBQ. Other free resources are posted at K-12 Educators (amstat.org).

Posted February 25, 2021 by consultingstatistics in Uncategorized

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