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StatPREP November/December 2020 Webinar

What’s Your Data Science Future?

Date and Time: December 3 at 3 pm EST, 2pm CST, 1pm MST, 12 pm PST.
Join us for a panel discussion of the recent Two-Year College Data Science Summit Report with panelists: Rob Gould, Rebecca Wong, and Danny Kaplan. Hosted by Ambika Silva.
To register for the webinar, please visit the link

StatPREP October 2020 Webinar

Data Science in a Box

Date and Time:  Thursday October  29 at  4pm Eastern, 3 pm Central, 2 pm Mountain, 1pm  Pacific.

Our guest will be Mine Çetinkaya-Rundel,  a highly regarded teacher and one of the authors of the OpenIntro textbooks  as well  as the online “Data Science in  a Box”  package of  teaching  materials. We’ll be talking with Mine about the upcoming new edition of the  simulation-based OpenIntro textbook and how you can use it in  your class. We’ll  also cover a range of topics, from remote teaching of statistics and data science to  Mine’s (educated!) predictions about where intro stats is heading as we get started in the 2020s.
To register for the webinar, go to

StatPREP September 2020 Webinar

Using the Activities for the New Little Apps

Date: Sept. 17 at 10 AM PT/ 11 am MT, noon CT/1 PM ET

Host: Kate Kozak, Danny Kaplan

In April, a webinar presented the new Little Apps for StatPREP. Come to this webinar to learn about the activities that have been updated to use the new Little Apps. Several activities will be presented along with how to use them in class.

The link for registering for the webinar is

Preparing for the fall semester

The StatPREP leadership wishes you well in the fall term. There are many materials on the StatPREP site that can help you with teaching data centric statistics in the fall. Please visit the Webinar link to watch previous webinars that can show you how to use the material. The material is in Resources, and previous Newsletters are also available that have valuable information. Please explore the site.

August webinar

Building Community in a Remote Learning Environment
Aug 7, 2020 02:00 PM EDT, 1:00 PM CDT, 12:00 PM MDT, 11:00 AM PDT
A sense of belonging and community is still critical to ensure that students remain engaged and enthusiastic while being in a remote learning environment.  Students may be accustomed to find a sense of belonging from interactions with their peers and classmates in a physical classroom setting. As instruction is delivered virtually, students may likely feel less connected, uncertain, or distracted in their new learning environment.  Creating a virtual community is just as important for remote learning as it is in a physical classroom.  In this webinar suggestions will be given which can help educators reestablish a sense of belonging for their students.