Monday, October 21, 2019, 4 - 5 PM Eastern Time
Stephanie Casey, Eastern Michigan University
Rick Hudson, University of Southern Indiana
Statistics is more important than ever in today's data-driven world. This is reflected in the increased level of statistics understanding expected of K-12 students according to the CCSS-M and state-level standards. To develop middle and secondary teachers' statistical knowledge for teaching, two projects have created free, research-based curriculum materials to be used with preservice teachers. The ESTEEM project has created online resources, organized into e-modules, with an emphasis on pedagogical content knowledge for teaching statistics. The MODULE(S^2) project has created written curriculum materials meant to be used in the introductory statistics course that preservice secondary teachers take. It emphasizes subject matter knowledge for teaching statistics as well as equity literacy. Both projects utilize CODAP, a dynamic, web-based data analysis tool, in their materials. In this webinar, we will provide an introduction to these materials including examples of statistical tasks and classroom videos from the materials. Alignment of these materials with AMTE's Standards for Preparing Teachers of Mathematics will be highlighted.
About the Speakers
Stephanie Casey is an Associate Professor of Mathematics Education at Eastern Michigan University. She is a co-PI on the NSF-funded projects ESTEEM: Enhancing Statistics Teacher Education with E-Modules and MODULE(S^2): Mathematics Of Doing, Understanding, Learning, and Educating for Secondary Schools.
Rick Hudson is an Associate Professor and Chair of Mathematics at the University of Southern Indiana, where he teaches content and pedagogy courses for preservice teachers. He serves as a co-PI on the NSF-funded project ESTEEM: Enhancing Statistics Teacher Education with E-Module.