Dr Hollylynne Lee shared two recent projects situated in the U.S. that are advancing the teaching and learning of statistics and data science for secondary schools.

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The U.S. often looks to New Zealand for resources and research related to teaching and learning statistics. In this talk, Hollylynne will discuss two recent projects situated in the U.S. that are advancing the teaching and learning of statistics and data science for secondary schools.

These projects have designed curricula and online professional learning experiences for teachers at all stages of their career, from undergraduate education through life-long learning as a practicing teacher.

We collaborate with a team at CODAP to integrate advanced data experiences into classrooms. 

 

 

Dr. Hollylynne Lee is a Distinguished University Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Education in the STEM Education department at NC State University, Raleigh NC, USA. She is also a Senior Faculty Fellow at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation where she directs the Hub for Innovation and Research in Statistics and Data Science Education (https://fi.ncsu.edu/teams/hirise/). With experience teaching in elementary, middle, and high school classrooms, she brings a depth of practical perspectives to her research, and ensures her research and designs of educational resources are directly applicable to teachers and students. Her current work includes a focus on teachers’ professional learning for teaching with data using tools like CODAP and transforming undergraduate teacher preparation related to teaching statistics and data science. She loves reading, kayaking, watching volleyball, spending time with family, and her dog and cat. https://ced.ncsu.edu/people/hstohl/

https://ced.ncsu.edu/people/hstohl/

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