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Jim Swift

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Posting to this listserv
Posted: Feb 15, 1995 11:30 PM
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From: dyates@pen.k12.va.us (Daniel S. Yates)
>Subject: Posting to this listserv
>To: jswift@cln.etc.bc.ca (Jim Swift)
>Date: Wed, 15 Feb 95 23:13:36 EST
>X-UIDL: 792908826.002
>
>On the NCTM Standards listserv, if I type R(eply) to respond to
>a posting on that listserv, my reply is added to the listserv.
>Apparently with this one, if I R(eply), my message is sent to
>the individual who posted the message. Different listservs
>work differently, I guess. I'll have to remember that.
>
>Thanks for your response. I'll probably be a frequent
>participant apstat-L because (1) I have lots of questions, and
>(2) I am very impressed with the power and utility of this kind
>of forum.
>
>Here are a couple of questions to kick things off:
>
>1. Will there be a "practice exam" or pilot exam available a
>year from now that those of us who will be piloting the course
>can use with our pilot classes?
> I heard someone say that a prof at Georgetown Univ. had a
>set of questions this past fall that he was field testing with
>his classes.
>
>2. Has anybody begun to assemble a list of textbooks that
>would be appropriate for an A. P. Statistics course?
>
>3. How many of the pilot teachers will be teaching a one
>semester course, and how many will be teaching a two-semester
>course?
>
>4. Has anyone considered posting (and collecting in an
>archive) resource materials that A.P.Statistics teachers should
>be aware of? For example: The (relatively new) periodical,
>CHANCE; Laurie Snell's offer of free issues of CHANCE NEWS; the
>various videos on statistics available from COMAP; the various
>high school and college modules from COMAP; locations on the
>Internet where one can find rich datasets (that are "real-world"
>as opposed to contrived); free or inexpensive computer utility
>software that does computations or does various plots; etc.
>
>5. How can I find out who is subscribed to this listserv?
>(I'm sure I know a few of them -- I just don't know their
>e-mail address, and I might want to address them privately.
>
>I have MANY such questions. Thanks for listening. More later.
>P.S. In trying to edit my typos, I think I may have messed up
>the early part of this message. Sorry.
>--
>Dan Yates
>Electronic Classroom Off: (804) 226-8725
>7053 Messer Rd. FAX: (800) 237-4040
>Richmond, VA 23231 email: dyates@pen.k12.va.us
>
>

Jim Swift Haraka,
Burnaby South 2000 Secondary School haraka,
5455 Rumble St., Burnaby BC hyini
Canada V5J 2B7 (604) 664-8560 ext 1201 Baraka






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