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1. CUSTOMIZABLE PROBLEM SETS TO MEET YOUR NEEDS: Using our growing test bank of statistical questions on the right, educators can create custom problem sets to assign to their students. If you wanted to assign a problem set with just Normal Distribution questions, go ahead and create a custom problem set with just the questions you want your students to do. If you wanted to do a mixed review for a mid-year exam, for example, create a custom problem set with a mixture of questions from multiple chapters.
2. EDUCATORS RECEIVE A DASHBOARD OF YOUR CLASS'S STUDENT LEARNING DATA: Once problem sets have been assigned to students, educators can then view a dashboard to see the performance of the class as a whole, the performance of individual students, as well as the performance on individual questions.
3. STUDENTS GET INSTANT FEEDBACK TO ANSWERS WHILE HAVING THE OPPORTUNITY TO REQUEST HINTS IF THEY ARE STRUGGLING: Students instantly receive feedback to submitteanswers while having the option to ask for hints when they get stuck on a problem or concept.
4. SET RELEASE AND DUE DATES: Automatically set release and due dates for each assignment, ASSISTments does the rest. The system will automatically release the assignment for your students to complete on the date and time you wish. In addition, the system will automatically track and report when students are late.
The 2013 STATS4STEM AP Statistics Exam Review
STATS4STEM has created 420 free AP Statistics questions to help students prepare for the AP Statistics exam. The 420 questions are divided among 14 review assignments. Each assignment has 30 questions each, and each review assignment contains a mixture of statistical concepts.
Each of the assignments is embedded in a site called ASSISTments.org (also funded by the NSF). More information and benefits of ASSISTments can be seen on the left side of this page. This site is great in that as students attempt to answer questions, they are informed if they get the question correct or not. For students who get stuck, ASSISTments is designed to help students work through the problem with hints. They may only need 1 hint to get them started, or they may need more hints to help them progress through the problem. Typically, the last hint is the answer.
Finally, a variety of tools and dashboards are provided so that you, the teacher, may track the progress of individuals and the class as a whole.
Teacher Feedback From STATS4STEM AP STATS REVIEW
* "Eric, I cannot tell you how much I appreciate your hard work. I am hearing from more students everyday about how much the reviews (and the hints) are helping them prepare! Thank you so very much!!!" ~ Dori Peterson, AP Statistics Teacher - Stevens High School, San Antonio, Texas
* "Thank you, Eric, for a fabulous resource! The questions help students focus their review, and the abundance of assignments is very beneficial. My students love these and I really appreciate all of the efforts you have been putting in. This is a tremendous resource." ~ Steve Geislinger, AP Statistics Teacher - Arcadia High School, Scottsdale, AZ
* "Eric, Thank you SO much for suggesting this venue and all your hard work." ~ Dr Joe Oechsle, AP Statistics Teacher - Malvern Prep, Malvern, PA
* "Dear Eric, Thank you for sharing this invaluable resource! My students and I are very thankful for it!" ~ Neelamjit Dhaliwal, AP Statistics Teacher - Latin School of Chicago, Chicago, IL
* "Thank you Eric. I appreciate the time you have put into this. I expect my students will benefit greatly." ~ Larry Richmond, AP Teacher, Jacksonville High School - Jacksonville, Texas
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1. Graphing & Summarizing Distributions
2. Normal Distribution
3. Linear Regression
4. Non-Linear Regression
5. Sampling, Surveys, & Design of Experiments
7. Random Variables
8. Binomial & Geometric Distributions
9. Sampling Distributions
10. Hypothesis Testing (Sigma Known)/Type I & II Errors
11. Inference for Means (Sigma Not Known)
12. Inference for Proportions
13. Chi-Square Inference
14. Activating Prior Knowledge/Reflecting