Dr. Martin Sternstein recently retired after 45 years at Ithaca College. He was honored by Princeton Review as one of the nation’s “300 Best College Professors.” Marty spent two years in West Africa as Fulbright Professor at the University of Liberia, and has strong interests in national educational and social issues concerning equal access to math education for all. He has been a Reader for 6 years and a Table Leader for 9 years for the AP Statistics exam, and has given over 60 College Board Pre-AP and AP workshops. Marty is the author of the Barron’s AP Statistics review book used by over 30,000 students each year.
This AP Statistics workshop is an intensive four-day program that will provide an overview of statistical ideas and concepts and give valuable resources and instructional strategies for teaching AP Statistics. We will cover the four principal areas of the AP Curriculum: Exploratory Analysis, Data Collection, Probability, and Statistical Inference. Participants will be given instruction on content, classroom activities, teaching strategies, time management, uses of technology, review for the exam, cumulative projects, and exposure to previous AP questions.