'Teaching Statistics through Inferential Reasoning' starts today

Join lead designer and instructor, Dr. Hollylynne Lee, in flexible and free online professional development courses in the Teaching Statistics series. Courses and micro-credentials are targeted to enhance teaching practices in middle school through introductory-level college courses.

NEW! Teaching Statistics Through Inferential Reasoning:
Every day we have opportunities to make data-based decisions and to consider how information we gather can inform us about what can be claimed about a situation, process, or larger collection. To prepare the next generation of data active citizens, we need to engage learners of all ages in investigations focused on making inferences and claims, supported by samples of data. This course can assist you in developing instructional strategies to emphasize inferential reasoning through posing different inferential questions. We strongly recommend that you either take the Teaching Statistics through Data Investigations MOOC-Ed or complete the Orientation unit before this course starts in October.

Starts October 2, 2017. Visit go.ncsu.edu/tsir to learn more & register today!

A certificate of completion for 20 hours of professional development will be provided to participants who complete required activities in each course, but there are multiple ways to earn hours of professional development by participating. You can earn anywhere from 5 -55 hours. You can submit certificates to your local agency with a request for Continuing Education Units (CEUs). Granting of CEUs will be subject to the policies and procedures of your state and local agency.