Learning Statistics through Play: Hands-on Research in Statistical Literacy

  • 19 Jul 2019
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Nusenda Center, Piedra Lisa Room, 4100 Pan American Fwy, Albuquerque

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Join us for this free workshop with Rob Giebitz, PhD! 

To Rob Giebitz, data is magical — in both its uses and misuses. After 25 years using data to improve processes and solve problems, and watching people struggle with statistics (or avoid the subject entirely), he asked: How can learning statistics be made easier, more relevant, and meaningful? The answer he found during his doctoral studies: play with blocks.

About the Workshop

This interactive session will focus on an overview of a case for universal statistical literacy, and share Rob's research-based approach to learning statistics through guided play. 

What You Will Learn:

  • Why we need our bodies to learn
  • How statistics education can begin in kindergarten
  • How to take the fear out of learning statistics
  • Find measures of central tendency and dispersion through manipulation of blocks
To Register

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