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Statistics Office Hours With Expert Daren Starnes

Posted 11/02/2020 by Curtis Brown (@cbmathguy)

This school year, Texas Instruments (TI) has teamed up with author and master teacher, Daren Starnes, to provide live AP® Statistics sessions via YouTube geared toward teachers and students alike.

These sessions will contain content, data and questions that are directly related to the Big Ideas in the “AP® Statistics Course and Exam Description.” The content will be original, unique problems and data sets that Starnes has written for our Office Hours series to deepen student and teacher content knowledge. Starnes, a former reader for the exam, will offer tried-and-true strategies to help you and your students succeed.

The YouTube Live “AP® Statistics Office Hours With Daren Starnes” begin Monday, Nov. 2 at 7 p.m. Central time. You won’t want to miss it!

Below is our schedule of topics:

Nov. 2: Exploring One- and Two-Variable Data (CED Units 1 and 2)
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Dec. 3: Collecting Data, Probability, Random Variables and Sampling Distributions (Units 3, 4 and 5)
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February 2021 (TBD): Inference for Categorical Data (Units 6 and 8)
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March 2021 (TBD): Inference for Quantitative Data (Units 7 and 9)
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Click here to join our upcoming session. And, access all of our live and previously recorded Office Hours sessions on our YouTube channel here.

Undoubtedly, this is going to be a challenging school year for students and teachers. We are committed to helping you succeed! I believe our Office Hours are a valuable addition to any learning plan as we continue to navigate the ever-changing education environment.


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About the author: Curtis Brown currently works as the Math Segment manager at Texas Instruments. He taught mathematics and AP® Statistics for several years. Since starting at TI in 2015, he has led many content development projects including the Math in Motion series. He has always found joy in exploring the patterns and logic of mathematics. In his spare time he enjoys kayaking and fishing with his sons and spending time with his family. Follow him on Twitter and Instagram @cbmathguy.