MemberJune 17, 2020 at 7:56 pm
So thinking I will split the course into four sections. Two probability and two stats. This past term I had three stats parts(one with coding in R), then one with basics language and background, third with application to bring it all together. Probability had the basics, then more in depth while reinforcing the basics. Do building on permutations and combinations over time with distributions and their use in games. Final tasks included storybooks, create a math test based on your book, games, and a stats project(minimal research time due to Covid). I was not happy with this last piece, so revisiting it over the summer.