Monthly Archives: April 2011

Real World Math, Pseudocontexts, and Pseudoteaching

The following is a comment that I made on Dan Meyer’s Blog regarding real world math, pseudocontexts, and pseudoteaching. Hey Dan, I feel like there is an element missing from this whole discussion on Real World Math, Pseudocontexts, and Pseudoteaching. … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Confident About Confidence Intervals

I’m very excited! Tomorrow I get to teach my stats class about confidence intervals. We have slowly been building up to hypothesis testing all year long and now it’s right around the corner. It’s so close I can feel it! … Continue reading

Posted in Thoughts | Tagged , , | 1 Comment