Bohan's syllabus for Rossman's Workshop Statistics has us moving through Chapter 4 of Moore's BPS to pick up some topics which are not covered or need reinforcement in Rossman. It worked very well.
I have been using some of Richard Shaeaffer's Activity-Based Statistics (ABS) to keep the workshop atmosphere going. Often I have my students read BPS but we do the ABS lab in class the next day and delay discussing BPS and its homework problems for a class or two. Worked very well.
Have done the following in ABS: Estimating the Total of a Restaurant Bill: Bias in Estimation, Steaky Behavior, The Law of Averages,& Cents and The CLT.
These labs are great! Results are often different then what even the teacher might expect after a casual reading (e.g. Bias in Estimation) and make their points well.
I will continue to use some more of these even when back in Rossman.
Thanks to Dick Schaaffer et al. for there fine work.