Mar 21:Thank you to the four colleges who took part in our first StatPath conversation! Our FAQ page has been updated. Two action groups formed:
Evergreen and BCC will look into Algebra for Statistics textbooks but will also look into exploratory data analysis textbooks that they can supplement with algebra activities.
Cabrillo and Diablo Valley will explore adaptation of LMC's StatPath approach and curriculum.
Feb 14: Tue plans to hold the first online session for the faculty collaboration on Mar 18, from 12:45 to 2:30 pm. More information is available on the discussion page.
Jan 21: (Tue also sent this out as a message to all Faculty Colleagues)
I'm trying out our Curriki's messaging service so I'd appreciate a simple, "I got it" from those interested in engaging around StatPath. Of course if you feel especially verbose…
I have been corresponding with Tom and we have a few things to report out:
1. Tom will create a virtual sign-up sheet for those interested in statpath with an option to ask general overview questions. Tue and possibly Myra will answer these questions. As energy grows from this engagement, the answers may turn into a more robust wiki or a FAQ.
2. Within the next couple of weeks we hope to send out an invitation to our first BAKED Math statpath meeting via CCC Confer's web/phone services. We're shooting for the actual meeting to occur around the end of February but please don't quote me!
3. We are open to suggestions on topics and formats for this meeting. Currently on the table is, "A peek inside Tue's statpath class". I would videotape the first week of my class and bring an edited-down version with pictures and student work to the virtual meeting. We'd have read about the week for homework and, after my share-out of "what happened", we'd hopefully have a fruitful discussion on what was done, what was learned, and what questions do people have."