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Department of Mathematics
MG 5850 Topics in Probability and Statistics
for Middle and Secondary School Teachers
July 28 August 1 Course: MG 5850 Probability and Statistics with CCSSInstructor: Dr. Natalya Vinogradova
Room: Hyde 318 Time: 8:30am 2:30pm
Credits: 3 graduate credits
Description:
This course will examine fundamental ideas of probability and statistics including:
determining and comparing experimental, theoretical and conditional probabilities;
computing odds and the mathematical expectation of simple games and lotteries;
using combinations and permutations to solve probability problems;
collecting, organizing, and presenting data collected from real world experiences through the use of charts, graphs, tables, Venn diagrams, box-and-whisker plots, stem-and-leaf plots and circle graphs;
finding and interpreting measures of central tendency (mean, median and mode), and measures of dispersion (range, standard deviation, outliers);
judging the validity of statistical arguments.
This course will involve participants in active investigations. Special attention will be paid to differentiated instruction while presenting these topics to diverse learners.
Requirements:
It is expected that one will attend the entire duration of all sessions and will actively participate in all activities. There is no textbook for the course. Materials, provided in class, will involve various approaches that can be used for a wide range of students (meaning grade levels and math skills). Written assignments will be given every class and will be due the next day. The course will be graded by everyday work and the final presentation.
Final Presentation:
The presentation will consist of an oral part and a written part. The oral part should take approximately 20 minutes, and the written part should be approximately 5 pages. The final presentation should be an example of the way you would teach a topic to your grade level. A topic should be chosen by you and approved by the instructor no later than Wednesday, July 30th. The presentation should be based on an interactive approach. This presentation will be given on Friday, August 1st and the written form of the presentation is due as well on Friday, August 1st .
If your situation requires any exceptions to these policies, please discuss it with the instructor before the beginning of the second class meeting.
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