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Welcome to the conference celebrating of 30 years of NCMATYC
  • A link to the printed program is here.
  • Be sure to attend a NCMATYC SLACK session and use SLACK during the conference.
  • There are 15 twenty minute sessions - check the schedule for rooms 229 and 322.
  • Be sure to attend one IMPACT session on Friday at noon.
  • Fill out the conference evaluation. Link is here. https://goo.gl/forms/7wpU2WO7LvOgLmnw2
  • Be sure to colLABorate in the conference notes. Link is here. https://goo.gl/EMKTkP
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Thursday, March 8 • 1:20pm - 2:15pm
Statistics - Then and Now

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Technology has changed the way we teach statistics, allowing us to reach our goals for our students. Simulation, randomization, and bootstrapping are powerful techniques to help our students develop intuitive understanding of inferential statistics, and they can be introduced early in the semester. George will share examples of how to incorporate these techniques into your Introductory Statistics class. The focus will be on helping students to develop greater overall understanding.

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George Woodbury

College of the Sequoias
I'm a math instructor at College of the Sequoias in Visalia, CA. I'm also the author of a series of algebra textbooks for Pearson Education.


Thursday March 8, 2018 1:20pm - 2:15pm
Joslyn Hall

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