AP STATISTICS READING

INFORMATION FOR AP STATISTICS READERS –

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6/10 Travel Day Welcome to Kansas City!
Acorn Orientation Meeting, 7pm
6/11 Day 1 The reading begins! 8am, bright and early!
Geocaching Tour
Royals Game Outing – look for Zion Goss’ event on the Facebook site
Social Lounge Opens – meet the team and sign up for events!
6/12  Day 2  College Board Open Forum 
6/13  Day 3  Professional Night
Speaker TBA
6/14  Day 4  Dine Out Night!
6/15  Day 5  10th Annual 95% Confidence, 1.96 Mile Fun Run
Fun Run Shirt Day
6/16  Day 6  Best Practices Night
Check out the archive below!
6/17  Day 7  Closing Night Funstravaganza
6/18  Travel Day Goodbye Kansas City!

COLLEGE BOARD APPROVED APPAREL (Click each item to order)

Fun Run and KC apparel – order deadline in May 22.

FUN RUN SHIRTS: Moisture-wicking. Same material as in past years. Super comfortable!
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FUN RUN TOWELS: Cheer on your favorite outlier!towels.PNG

POLOS: Moisture-wicking. A “Kansas City” alternative to the traditional “A Measure of Excellence” polo. You can wear this to work!polos.PNG

HOODIES / SHIRTS: 50/50 cotton blend. There is also a full-zip hoodie option that has this logo across the back and is plain on the front.hoodies.PNG


College Board “A Measure Of Excellence” Polos

In honor of the start of the tenure of our Chief Reader (Ken) and his favorite color (Green) we offer these annual favorites! Shirts will feature the College Board “Measure of Excellence” Logo. Click the link to order today – order form. Order deadline is May 10.

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New for 2019SOCKS AND HATS! – courtesy of Paul Buckley

Proclaim to the world that you were randomly selected to part of the survey with your own p-hat hat! And you’ll never have a need to cuss when you are wearing your SOCS socks! Click here to place your order. Orders close May 1.

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10th ANNUAL 1.96 MILE PREDICTION FUN RUN/WALK INFORMATION

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MISCELLANEOUS SHENNANIGANS


BEST PRACTICES NIGHT PRESENTATIONS

2018: most links below are Powerpoints. Visit my Dropbox for all files

Doug Tyson: The Last Banana YouTube Video
Bob Lochel: Assembling the Model Solution Blog Post
Sarah Johnson: The Flint Water Crisis: The Power of a P-Value
Laura Ziegler: Interpreting Histograms Class Handout
Kelly Spoon: Card Sorts for Statistics! Online Resources
James Bush: The Darth Vader Rule
Amy Hogan and Alexandra Brennan: Fake Data Class Handout Blog Post
Jason Dahl: Group MC Tests
Stephen Laber: Brain Cancer and Flipping Coins
Bridget Matamoros: Dowsing for Water Blog post
Mike Pugliese: Estimating r with ellipses
Jamie Perrett: What do these error bars tell us?
Luke Wilcox: 150 Days of AP Stats The Stats Medic website
Darla Emerson: Break In
Abel Maestas: Mr. Maestas and the Great Extrapolation Race
Darin Clifft: Confidence Intervals: A Performance Piece
Leigh Nataro: Stand and Talk Blog post

2017: Speaker links below are pdf files.  Visit my DropBox for the full files.

Paul Rodriguez: Statistics with Fishes
Lara Schultz: Solving the Monty Hall Problem – A Simulation Activity Activity Handout
Steve Willott: There’s a bit more to that “you fool” bear video
Kyle Greene: Computer Science and Statistics…the wedding.
Carla Hill: Number of Letters in Your Name vs. Scrabble Value of Your Name
Luci Thomas: Stacking the Deck
Dru Martin: Making it Stick – Measures of Success
Beth Johnson: Using the “AP style grading model” in Undergraduate Introductory Statistics Classes
Jeff Eicher: Sampling GPAs – Interpreting Confidence Levels
Bridget Matamoros: That’s a bunch of WeiBULL
Beth Rothfuss: Random Homework
John Bennett: Simulated Series and Simulation Excel
Kathy Dickensheets: Breakout of the AP Classroom
Chris Viste: Post Exam Day Activities
Mandi Kraemer: The Final Countdown – Last-Minute AP Review Strategies
Doug Tyson: My First Class: Smelling Parkinson’s Disease

Looking for highlights from previous best practices night presentations?  Visit the archive at Jason Molesky’s Statsmonkey site

AP STATISTICS READING HISTORY, Curated by Sue Hvizdos

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