End of Year Information/Final Post!

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There is a lot of information to cover in this post, so please read on!

Thank you for your time and attention this year. I hope you’ve had a good year, and I hope that you’ve found your time in my class to be valuable. We’ve had a long year, though at the same time it really seemed to fly by!

As you know Monday will be the first annual Student Conference/Field Day. There is a lot to know about this day, but what you specifically need to know depends on what else is going on for you on Monday. This information is addressed in a separate post.

For all students

Please complete the course evaluation form found here. These evaluations are crucial for me to improve the course content and structure to better serve my students, as well as to improve myself as a teacher. I read every response carefully. I am not collecting names or email addresses (unless you *want* to include your name!) so please be honest!

For AP Statistics students

  • Submit your written report and your presentation to me (and Ms. Seifert if you are in 1st period) using the filenames “LastName.LastName.LastName.Final Project Report” and “.Final Project Presentation”
  • Make sure that your data sheets are linked in the appendix of your written report and the sharing settings are properly set so that I can view them!
  • By June 21st, please complete the peer evaluation form here. Submit a response for each member of your group, including yourself! Failure to complete this evaluation will impact your final project grade!

For Intermediate Algebra students

Your final exam will be on Monday, June 17 at 9:00 in the big gym. I’ve uploaded some final thoughts and hints about the exam here. Please take some time to look it over! Report to the big gym on Monday by 8:45 so that we can start the exam promptly at 9:00!

Review Notes and Assignments

Cumulative IXL Review Modules

AP Statistics Final Project Information

Per the Post-AP Schedule, the rest of our time in class will be spent working on final projects. All the information about requirements and expectations can be found in the Google Drive folder here.

Next Due Date: Your completed written report is due on Friday, June 14. You’ll have some time in class to put on some finishing touches, but it should be more or less done by Friday.

AP Statistics Post-Exam Details

Our current plan for the last four weeks of classes can be found here: Post-exam/Final Project Schedule. Most of this time will be spent working on final projects, but we have some other tasks schedule as well, including a discussion of strategies for getting college credit for this course and learning about one last type of statistical inference!

Also, as posted before, you can review the questions from this year’s AP Statistics exam here and my responses here. Disclaimer: this is my own work, based on my own understanding of the questions. I do not guarantee that all responses would be awarded full credit (though I usually do fairly well!). Moreover, I tend to be very thorough with my responses, more than the AP rubrics generally require (especially with the hypothesis test question). Do not be nervous if you did not give quite as much detail as me.