statistics


The US Census Bureau released 2020 tool kits for Parents, Caregivers and Educators. Teachers have Statistics in Schools (SIS) resources for 2020. We’ve curated a list of these Statistics links containing teacher resources for K-12. Parent Resources Parent/Caregiver Tool Kit – No teaching experience required. These tool kits are filled […]

Census 2020: Statistics for Kids


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Going through our archives (but not too far back), we came across this great post from November 22, 2013, “What’s The First Thing You Tell Students About Statistics?” that we wanted to share in case you missed it the first time around. I’m looking forward to teaching my first masters […]

Throwback Thursday: What’s The First Thing You Tell Students About ...


Going through our archives, we came across this great post from May 23, 2013,“Schoolchildren questions for statisticians” that we wanted to share with you in case you missed it the first time around.  It must be that time of year because I was asked to speak at two different schools in downtown […]

Throwback Thursday: Schoolchildren questions for statisticians



  Going through our archives, we came across this great post from May 16, 2011,“What I learned about statistics from martial arts” that we wanted to share with you in case you missed it the first time around.  I’m doing a workshop at the San Diego SAS users group meeting on Wednesday […]

Throwback Thursday: What I learned about statistics from martial arts