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Topic: Choices for AP stats course
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MR JAMES F BOHAN

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Choices for AP stats course
Posted: Nov 12, 1996 11:07 AM
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I, too, have been using Rossman's Workshop Statistics with great
delight. We use Moore's Basic Practice text as a supplement. In
addition, I have assigned readings from Statistics, Friedman, Pisani,
Purvis, et al, to deepen the students' conceptual understanding.
We have presently used the TI-83 for all technology needs even though
at times (simulation of 500 samples) it is quite time consuming. We
will use Minitab when our district installs it on our new network. I
have used Minitab and like it very much. Until it is installed on
the network, I have been bringing print outs into class to speed the
process up somewhat.
The official Teacher's Guide for AP Stats will include my syllabus
for the course using Rossman's text. You may wish to check that
document out. If I can be of any further help, please let me know.
Jim Bohan





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