Jump to content

Menu

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'statistics'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Welcome To The WTM Community
    • Announcements
    • Site News & Discussions
    • Introductions & Test Posting
  • Education
    • General Education Discussion Board
    • K-8 Curriculum Board
    • High School and Self-Education Board
    • Parents' Forum Afterschooling Board
    • The Learning Challenges Board
    • Accelerated Learner Board
    • Bilingual Education Board
  • Lounge
    • The Chat Board
    • Parents' Forum Networking Board
    • Sale and Swap Board
  • Welcome to the Kelli Forgot Me Group :D's Welcome to the Kelli Forgot Me Group :D
  • Canadians's Canadians
  • LCCers's LCCers
  • Following Charlotte's Following Charlotte
  • Thread Killers Unite!'s Thread Killers Unite!
  • Dark Side's Dark Side
  • Classical Unschoolers's Classical Unschoolers
  • Secular WTMers's Secular WTMers
  • International Home Schoolers's International Home Schoolers
  • WA WTMers's WA WTMers
  • Toddlers in duck tape's Toddlers in duck tape
  • C.O.F.F.E.E. Club (Christian homeschoolers)'s C.O.F.F.E.E. Club (Christian homeschoolers)
  • Rookie Logic Stage support group's Rookie Logic Stage support group
  • TOG'ers "Everything TOG"'s TOG'ers "Everything TOG"
  • Children's Literature's Children's Literature
  • WTM Lapbookers's WTM Lapbookers
  • Kickin' It's Kickin' It
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Announcements & Links
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y1 - Age of Patriarchs
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y2 - Age of Apostles
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y3 - Age of Triumph
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y4 - Age of Captivity
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y5 - Age of Monasticism
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Y6 - Age of Mission
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Orthodox Electives
  • Orthodox Christian Homeschooling's Orthodox Christian Homeschooling
  • Afterschooling's Afterschooling
  • We <3 Macs! :D's We <3 Macs! :D
  • Lutheran WTMers's Lutheran WTMers
  • WTM Knitters's WTM Knitters
  • WTM Pre & K's WTM Pre & K
  • NCIS fans's NCIS fans
  • Breadbakers's Breadbakers
  • Gamers Table's Gamers Table
  • NaNoWriMO's NaNoWriMO
  • Positive Discipline WTM Group's Positive Discipline WTM Group
  • World of Warcraft's World of Warcraft
  • Cub Scouts's Cub Scouts
  • Food Storage's Food Storage
  • Weight Loss Support's Weight Loss Support
  • Fishbowl Living's Fishbowl Living
  • A Reader's Group's A Reader's Group
  • Raising Godly Tomatoes's Raising Godly Tomatoes
  • Lightly Christian and Other Inclusive Minded Spirituality's Lightly Christian and Other Inclusive Minded Spirituality
  • Deutsche Gruppe's Deutsche Gruppe
  • In the Kitchen's In the Kitchen
  • The Hebraic Mindset's The Hebraic Mindset
  • Aspies!'s Aspies!
  • Ask the Vet's Ask the Vet
  • Military homeschoolers (retired welcome)'s Military homeschoolers (retired welcome)
  • WTM Prayers's WTM Prayers
  • Nourishing Traditions dieters/Eat Fat Lose Fat's Nourishing Traditions dieters/Eat Fat Lose Fat
  • 1-2-3 Accomplish!'s 1-2-3 Accomplish!
  • WTM Musicians's WTM Musicians
  • Crockpot-ers United's Crockpot-ers United
  • Special Diet Recipes and Resources's Special Diet Recipes and Resources
  • Frugal Living's Frugal Living
  • Natural Living's Natural Living
  • Talk-in-Texas's Talk-in-Texas
  • Guatemala missions/cultural trip's Guatemala missions/cultural trip
  • Vitamix-ers's Vitamix-ers
  • Nurses's Nurses
  • W.A.C.I's W.A.C.I
  • Christmas cookie recipe exchange's Christmas cookie recipe exchange
  • Motivated Moms's Motivated Moms
  • Large Family WTMer's's Large Family WTMer's
  • Wii Fit!'s Wii Fit!
  • Well Trained Horses's Well Trained Horses
  • Beachbody Fanatics's Beachbody Fanatics
  • Mere Christianity's Mere Christianity
  • 2009 WTM Anniversary Conference's 2009 WTM Anniversary Conference
  • MFW Lovers's MFW Lovers
  • No More Sugar!'s No More Sugar!
  • Over 35 Losers (as in Weight)'s Over 35 Losers (as in Weight)
  • The Phonics Road to Spelling & Reading-The Bridge's The Phonics Road to Spelling & Reading-The Bridge
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention 2011's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2011
  • Spell to Write and Read-Wise Guide-Cursive First-The Writing Road to Reading's Spell to Write and Read-Wise Guide-Cursive First-The Writing Road to Reading
  • Waldorf Inspired WTM Homeschoolers's Waldorf Inspired WTM Homeschoolers
  • Well Trained Runners's Well Trained Runners
  • Scarlett's Quilt's Scarlett's Quilt
  • Exploring Orthodox Christianity's Exploring Orthodox Christianity
  • LEO Homeschoolers's LEO Homeschoolers
  • Oak Meadow's Oak Meadow
  • Red Flags!'s Red Flags!
  • This Country of Ours Book Club's This Country of Ours Book Club
  • Sweet Kids's Sweet Kids
  • Quirky Kids's Quirky Kids
  • The Tick Chicks's The Tick Chicks
  • DITHOR Genre Ideas's DITHOR Genre Ideas
  • The TARDIS's The TARDIS
  • Helpful Herbs's Helpful Herbs
  • Small Business Owners & Self-Employed's Small Business Owners & Self-Employed
  • Pregnant or Trying to Conceive WTM Moms's Pregnant or Trying to Conceive WTM Moms
  • The Weight Loss Challenge's The Weight Loss Challenge
  • Imp's New Smile Prayer/Positive Thoughts Chain's Imp's New Smile Prayer/Positive Thoughts Chain
  • Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics (Liping Ma)'s Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics (Liping Ma)
  • Kindle Book Sharing's Kindle Book Sharing
  • Gluten Free Homeschoolers's Gluten Free Homeschoolers
  • Writer's Workshop's Writer's Workshop
  • Free Curriculum for the Price of Printing's Free Curriculum for the Price of Printing
  • Central Texas WTMers's Central Texas WTMers
  • Writers's Writers
  • Bloggers's Bloggers
  • RFWP Valley Forge Conference's RFWP Valley Forge Conference
  • British Home Educators's British Home Educators
  • HCG Diet Support & Encouragement's HCG Diet Support & Encouragement
  • ¡Viva El Español!'s ¡Viva El Español!
  • No excuses weight loss.'s No excuses weight loss.
  • MFW: Exploring Countries and Cultures's MFW: Exploring Countries and Cultures
  • Japanese Language Group's Japanese Language Group
  • Christians Homeschoolers and public charter schools's Christians Homeschoolers and public charter schools
  • VP self paced history's VP self paced history
  • Learning Lifestyle Lists's Learning Lifestyle Lists
  • Kafkatime's Kafkatime
  • Nook Friends's Nook Friends
  • Well Trained Juicing's Well Trained Juicing
  • Science and Mathy Homeschooling's Science and Mathy Homeschooling
  • Pursuing a Classical Liberal Arts Education's Pursuing a Classical Liberal Arts Education
  • Pottermore for the WTM!'s Pottermore for the WTM!
  • Coursera Logic Students's Coursera Logic Students
  • Diverse Perspectives's Diverse Perspectives
  • Pregnant and due in 2012 - 2013's Pregnant and due in 2012 - 2013
  • LCHF (Low Carb; High Fat)'s LCHF (Low Carb; High Fat)
  • Catholic Coffee Break's Catholic Coffee Break
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2014
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2013
  • Midwest Homeschool Convention's Midwest Homeschool Convention 2015
  • Disney Lovers's Disney Lovers
  • Nevada Homeschoolers's Nevada Homeschoolers
  • Nevada Homeschoolers's Nevada Homeschoolers
  • Foster Parent Support's Foster Parent Support
  • American Heritage Girls's American Heritage Girls
  • MFW K's MFW K
  • Muslim Homeschoolers's Muslim Homeschoolers
  • Muslim Homeschoolers's General Discussion
  • Muslim Homeschoolers's Islamic Studies
  • Sonlight Users's Sonlight Users
  • Chinese Homeschoolers's Chinese Homeschoolers
  • Urban Homesteaders's Urban Homesteaders
  • Traditional Large family logistics's Traditional Large Family Logistics
  • Vintage Catholic Book Club's Vintage Catholic Book Club
  • IEW Co-Op Teachers's IEW Co-Op Teachers
  • 52 Weeks to an Organized Home's 52 Weeks to an Organized Home Challeng
  • Working and Homeschooling's Working and Homeschooling
  • Colorado Home Educators's Colorado Home Educators
  • Home-Educating an Only's Home-Educating an Only
  • Modest Mothers Chat's Modest Mothers Chat
  • Well Trained Weight Watchers's Well Trained Weight Watchers
  • HS Chemistry - Fall 2013's HS Chemistry - Fall 2013
  • New England Homeschoolers's New England Homeschoolers
  • NLD Social Group's NLD
  • WTM Single Parents's WTM Single Parents
  • Immodest Homeschool Parents's Immodest Homeschool Parents
  • Vegan/Vegetarian home schoolers's Vegan/Vegetarian home schoolers
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's TWEM Forums
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's Don Quixote
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's How to Read a Book: Literary Analysis
  • WEM: Reading List Discussion's Pilgrim's Progress
  • The Well-Read Mom Book Club's The Well-Read Mom Book Club
  • Using the Group CP control panel?'s Using the Group CP control panel?
  • ADD Moms's ADD Moms
  • American and Comparative Government's American and Comparative Government
  • Character Qualities &Biblical living's Character Qualities &Biblical living
  • Crafters Corner's Crafters Corner
  • All about Foster and Adoption's All about Foster and Adoption
  • Oncers and Grimms's Oncers
  • Narcissistic Personality: Staying Sane's Narcissistic Personality: Staying Sane
  • Diogenes Club's Diogenes Club
  • Well-Prepped Community's Well-Prepped Community
  • ap's ap
  • South Florida WTM Homeschoolers's South Florida WTM Homeschoolers
  • Montessori Education & Philosophy's Montessori Education & Philosophy
  • Evolutionary Creationism's Evolutionary Creationism
  • Parenting Intense Kids's Topics
  • Non-Believers (and Questioning) Group's Ask An Atheist/Agnostic
  • moms of high schoolers's moms of high schoolers
  • Minimalist Living's Minimalist Living
  • OneNote Planners's OneNote Planners
  • Seeking Scholé's Seeking Scholé
  • KDrama Fans's KDrama Fans
  • Well-Trained Adult College Students's Well-Trained Adult College Students
  • Rapture Discussion Group's Rapture Discussion Group
  • Caregivers Support Group's Caregivers Support Group
  • DuoLingo's DuoLingo
  • Intellectuals's Intellectuals
  • STEM kids's STEM kids
  • World Languages's World Languages
  • Crafty Challenge- Drawing/Doodling's Crafty Challenge- Drawing/Doodling
  • Wee Folk Art Simple Seasons Curriculum's Wee Folk Art Simple Seasons Curriculum
  • Classical philosophy discussion's Classical philosophy discussion
  • Happiness Project's Happiness Project
  • Introverted Parents's Introverted Parents
  • Paleo People's Paleo People
  • Fantasy & Sci-fi Geeks's Fantasy & Sci-fi Geeks
  • We Should Be Writing's We Should Be Writing
  • LGBT Support Group's LGBT Support Group
  • 2016 Project 366's Test post
  • Essential Oils's Essential Oils
  • Essential Oils's Topics
  • Homeschool Group Leaders's Homeschool Group Leaders
  • The Unschool-ish Group's The Unschool-ish Group
  • Archived WTM Politics's WTM Politics
  • Integrated Science's Integrated Science
  • Pregnancy Without Drama!'s Pregnancy Without Drama!
  • The Whole30 Group's The Whole30 Group
  • Dolciani's Dolciani
  • Veteran homeschoolers help & encourage's Veteran homeschoolers help & encourage
  • Fiesta Texas peeps's Fiesta Texas peeps
  • Breaking the Barrier Spanish 1's Breaking the Barrier Spanish 1
  • Current Events and News's Current Events and News
  • EDS's EDS
  • Low Carbers's Low Carbers
  • Instant Pot WTMers's Instant Pot WTMers
  • Bible Accountability's Bible Accountability
  • Salvage Mind Software for Human Minds's Salvage Mind Software for Human Minds
  • Dealing with Chronic pain's Dealing with Chronic pain
  • Parenting Children with Anxiety's Parenting Children with Anxiety
  • current events's current events
  • Kitchen Fanatics's Kitchen Fanatics
  • Parenting Children w/Chronic Illness's Parenting Children w/Chronic Illness
  • Bi-partisan Current Events Discussion's Bi-partisan Current Events Discussion
  • American School of Cor. Families's American School of Cor. Families
  • Co-op Organizers's Co-op Organizers
  • Full-Time Rving - Traveling's Full-Time Rving - Traveling
  • The Literary Hub's The Literary Hub
  • Archived The Literary Hub's The Literary Hub
  • Health Anxiety Support's Health Anxiety Support
  • Homeschooling with mental illness's Homeschooling with mental illness
  • PANDAS/PANS Support Group's PANDAS/PANS Support Group
  • Vegetarian and Vegan's Vegetarian and Vegan
  • Not Sure How to Delete It's Secular Libertarian/Conservative HS
  • Nanowrimo 2018's Introductions
  • Nanowrimo 2018's Novel Plans
  • Nanowrimo 2018's Write!
  • Recipes, Menus, Food, Parties, Holidays's Threads
  • Progressive Christianity's Topics

Product Groups

There are no results to display.


Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Biography


Location


Interests


Occupation


Location


Interests

Found 20 results

  1. The non-homeschool option page (ETA: no longer free. It is $150 too :( ) https://edhesive.com/courses/ap_statistics Homeschool $150 student license option page https://edhesive.com/parents_homeschools No syllabus yet on either webpage. ETA: Syllabus http://edhesive.s3.amazonaws.com/AP_Statistics/Syllabus/AP_Statistics_Syllabus_Edhesive.pdf ETA: Openintro Textbook link https://www.openintro.org/download.php?file=ahss1_tablet&referrer=/stat/textbook.php
  2. I listened to a very short but interesting TED talk by mathematics professor Arthur Benjamin called "Teach Statistics before Calculus!" Even before this I was thinking of adding P&S into our High School math plan. My son is very interested in practical applications of math in daily life and I find Probability and Statistics so practical. In addition there is so much more available to students now with Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS) such as: Carnegie Mellon's Intro to Probability and Statistics Intro to Statistics - Making Decisions Based on Data Introduction to Statistics: De
  3. Once in a year I got math anxiety :) This year I'm worried about 'finishing in time'. So I wondered how long it takes to cover AoPS Intro to Algebra and / or LoF Trigonometry. In your answer I want to know, how much time you devoted to math per week, what was included ( using other material outside the book) what was skipped (challenge problems, chapters). And how many months you needed. Is LoF Trig a whole year or a semester book? (Or even less?) As dd is in the language track, she will have 3-4 hours math per week during grade 11/12. We won't have time for 6+ hours math per week. Thank
  4. We'd like to learn R programming to accompany high school statistics (FYI, we'll be using The Practice of Statistics 4th edition). I know that R would be highly useful as it's used a lot in colleges and the working work, at least in science, engineering, and data analysis, and it's free, but I don't have any recommendations for a way to learn it. There are lots of tutorials on using R, but I don't know where to begin (I haven't heard a lot of good things about the Coursera R course and it's $49). Does anyone know of a good tutorial for a high school student to get going with R alongside
  5. Any ideas or resources for the study of statisics and data analysis and R for high school?
  6. My son is a junior this year and is taking pre-calculus/trig. He is planning to major in Economics. I think he would most enjoy a year long AP Statistics class next year, however, I don't know if he "needs" calculus on his transcript. Another option is to take a semester of Calculus followed by a semester of Statistics at our local community college. Advice?? Ashley
  7. I listened to a very short but interesting TED talk by mathematics professor Arthur Benjamin called "Teach Statistics before Calculus!" Even before this I was thinking of adding P&S into our math program. My son is very interested in practical applications of math in daily life and I find Probability and Statistics so practical. In addition there is so much more available to students now with Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCS) such as: Carnegie Mellon's Intro to Probability and Statistics Intro to Statistics - Making Decisions Based on Data Introduction to Statistics: Descrip
  8. We are using a Prentice-Hall Algebra 2 (Bellman, et al) with our 12 year old, which is going fine, and I think it will go fine throughout the year. While we were using Jacobs Geometry, my DS read P-H Algebra 1 and did some problems as an algebra 1 review, so the P-H Algebra 2 approach was familiar. We like that both P-H algebra books show a lot of applications of the algebra being learned. I also like that it includes some data analysis and very basic statistics along the way, since that’s so important in real life and the science we’re planning next year. I also didn’t find a compel
  9. My dd really liked this explanation of how to write up a 'Formal' lab report... http://webs.wofford.... Lab Report.pdf Just wondering what others favorites are? Joan
  10. What is your favorite resource for teaching statistics? Why do you like it? I'll be teaching statistics to a very mathy boy soon.
  11. This is for my older who is doing 6th grade math. He has no issues with probability but has slight difficulty with the word problems for outliers/skewness and bias. He understands the concept of bell curve and skewness. Any recommendation for textbooks or workbooks to get more practice in wordy word problems for middle school? ETA Found these Glencoe California Algebra I Word Problem Practice (http://glencoe.mcgraw-hill.com/sites/0078778522/student_view0/student_workbooks.html) http://www.education.com/study-help/article/design-study-sampling-problems-ap-statistics/ ETA: I end u
  12. I was skimming through the archives of a yahoo list, and found a link to this study than includes statistics for low income and minority students. I had no idea how much better low income and minority students do when homeschooled, compared to those that go to PS. So often minority and low income moms, especially those with dismal educations of their own, and pennies to spend on curriculum, are encouraged to place their children in PS. It looks like the GREATEST gains are for the exact population that is most pressured to put their children in PS! This certainly played out in my boys'
  13. I just finished reading Dumbing Us down today. I read a startling statistic in that book that homeschooled children are 5 to 10 years ahead of their peers in public schools. The statistic is not documented (no reference). Do you know where I can find that statistic? Also, I had a conversation with one of my friend's moms. She mentioned that the United States is one of the only countries in the world that believes that we should wait until our child is 6-7 years old to teach children to read. That most countries start teaching their children to read at 2-3 years of age. I am a huge early
  14. I've been talking with my son quite a lot about the changes we're making to our homeschooling approach next year. As a result, we're tweaking what I had planned for math. Here's what I think he's going to do: - Art of Problem Solving: Intro to Counting and Probability - Quick introductory workbook about statistics - Unit about cryptology - Short unit based on the novel Flatland So, math people, what would you call this on the transcript I will inevitably eventually have to create?
  15. My daughter is on track to finish calculus well before the end of high school. She wants to study math in college, so obviously we want four years of math in high school, if not more. What do you do beyond calculus? I know there are a lot of possibilities ranging from Calculus II to number theory to probability and statistics and what not, and I figure she'll have her own opinion on it based on what in particular she is thinking about for college by that point. But as an English major mom I would love to get some ideas of what the possibilities are, especially as far as what texts you woul
  16. Using Saxon Advanced Math (pre-calculus) and planning on Saxon Calculus, Statistics (AP level) More advanced calculus (not sure if text, online, or at CC) What would be the best order?
  17. I am embarrassed to be asking these questions, but I really do not know the answers and I know you will. Ds, a junior, is leaning heavily toward humanities, specifically history or political science or perhaps journalism. He has finished math through geometry and Algebra 2. I'm considering letting him do statistics instead of trigonometry or precalculus. It seems like this would be more useful to him. Is there any reason I should reconsider this? Any other ideas? Does statistics count as a math course on a transcript? And how do colleges view a statistics course? Is it generally
  18. Why not stats earlier on?? I am toying with Stats for my dd13 who's wrapping up algebra -- for her to do this spring (7th gr) and into next year (8th). I'm in no rush for Geometry, PreCalc, Calc. . . and I thought Stats is really easy compared to calculus. . . so why not do it now, then go back to the geo/precalc/calc sequence in high school? Personally, I found Stats in college (and even in grad school) ridiculously simple. I got As both times (college and grad) and those were the two easiest classes I took in undergrad and grad. . . in fact, I never went to class except to take
  19. This was a course that interested my son looking at the Teaching Company offerings. When he did his career exploration course last year, it is also one of the fields he was most interested in. So here is what I have come up with for next year. Any thoughts? AP Statistics Course DVD Lectures: Meaning from Data: Statistics Made Clear by Michael Starbird Books- recommended by the course Textbook: Statistics: Concepts and Controversies 5th edition by David S Moore A Cartoon Guide to Statistics by Gonick, Larry and Woolcott Smith Full House: The Spread of Excelence from Plato to D
  20. Here is an interesting article from a Kansas paper that takes a look at some child safety statistics. It also illustrates why I would not call the police on parents who left a child in a car for a few minutes. http://www.kansascity.com/637/story/1372027.html You would have to leave your child alone for 750,000 years, statistically, for them to be kidnapped.
×
×
  • Create New...