StatTLC @ JSM 2022

With the 2022 Joint Statistical Meetings upon us, we wanted to share what our editors and contributing authors will be presenting in Washington, D.C. Take a look and we hope to see you there! Perspectives on Nontraditional Grading in Statistics Courses Stat TLC editor Adam Loy and contributing author Eric Reyes will both be participating... Continue Reading →

Navigating Issues of Power in Group Work

Tl;dr -- Our classrooms are plagued with societal expectations which oppress certain students’ opportunities to learn and build an identity as a statistician/data scientist. Our students deserve more mindful approaches to group work and methods that create equitable spaces for everyone.  If you are interested, I’m holding a Birds of a Feather discussion surrounding this... Continue Reading →

Promoting Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in the Statistics Classroom

Many colleges and universities have made a strong effort to make their campuses more inclusive to all people, especially those from underrepresented and historically marginalized minority groups. These efforts include faculty incorporating instruction that focuses on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) issues in their classroom. Statistics instructors have a unique opportunity to engage students in... Continue Reading →

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