AP Statistic involves the studies of four main areas: Explanatory analysis, planning a study, probability and statistical inference. The course makes connections between all aspects of the statistical process including design, analysis, and conclusions. Students will be required to read the chapters in the textbook priors to the topics being discussed in class. Students will gain proficiency on accuracy and communication of statistical concepts throughout the course, to include effectively communication how methods, results and interpretations of data for any given experiments are valid. They will learn writing complete responses using appropriate justifications is a critical aspect of gaining statistical proficiency. On most assignments, quizzes, and exams, students are expected to use an appropriate graphing calculator. Each chapter in the main text has a section on calculator use to give students instruction and practice using the statistical capabilities of their calculators.
- Teacher: Rebecca Quinn