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June Webinar

There will not be a StatPREP webinar in June; however there is an opportunity for learning more about data centric statistics. This opportunity is

The American Statistical Association is conducting a free workshop titled “Teaching Introductory Statistics in the 2020s: A Virtual Workshop for Two-Year College Educators” on Monday June 29 and Tuesday June 30 from 12-4pm Eastern time.

This workshop will focus on ideas and activities for teaching introductory statistics in accordance with the American Statistical Association’s GAISE recommendations and “A World Beyond P < 0.05” initiative. Highlighted themes will include multivariable thinking, data fluency, misconceptions and limitations of p-values, and alternatives to p-values such as effect sizes.  Presenters are Roxy Peck, Rob Gould, Danny Kaplan, Beth Chance, Jeff Witmer, and Kari Lock Morgan.

This virtual workshop is free, but advance registration is required.  More information and a registration form are available at:

Please feel free to share this information with your colleagues who teach statistics.

Questions can be directed to Allan Rossman ( or Rebecca Nichols (

StatPREP Video

Want to learn more about the motivation for StatPREP, watch the video found under the StatPREP Video tab in the top menu. A shorter version of this video was submitted for the 2020 NSF STEM for All Video Showcase that occurred May 5th through May 12th, 2020.