After spending the summer examining my own privilege and whiteness with a group of colleagues, I set some goals for myself to use my spheres of influence to promote greater equity at Dana Hall. I also felt challenged to make conversations about current events and social justice part of what Continue reading Social Justice Statistics
Swimming has always been a huge part of my identity. I joined a swim team when I was five years old, and continued to compete all the way up through college. During a peak practice season, I would often spend more hours in the pool in a week than some Continue reading Just Keep Swimming!
I’ve taught AP Statistics for six years, and every summer when I review student feedback and summary reports from my AP scores, I notice that one unit in particular stands out as being tough for students to master: probability. Although pieces of probability are explored in other math classes, when Continue reading Flipping the Math Classroom
One of my favorite things about being a math teacher is having the opportunity to show students how math can be used in the “real world”. Students often ask when they use a new concept. I love showing students how real and applicable the math they are learning in a Continue reading Real-World Applications of Statistics