Stats Faculty Training

New for Summer 2019 

An informal, self-paced, online Math 136 class is now available for our Math instructors on Canvas.  You can request access by emailing Yvette Hassakoursian at  Once you have access, you can work through the material at your own pace. This will allow you to get a refresher on Stats content, become familiar with our textbook/order of topics, and experience an online course. There is no fee or credit associated with this class.

STATISTICS workshops for Spring 2019

Teaching with StatCrunch

Click here to RSVP for Intro to Stats and StatCrunch workshops on descriptive statistics facilitated by Kim Foong Chong during the college hour. This is a series of 3 workshops and each workshop will cover different material, so please try to attend as many as you can.

Thursday, April 4, 2019 from 12:15-1:30 pm in SG 379 (click here for powerpoint)

Thursday, May 2, 2019 from 12:15-1:30 pm in SG 379 (click here for powerpoint)

Thursday, May 23, 2019 from 12:15-1:30 pm in SG 379 (food will be served, so please RSVP by noon on Monday, May 20th.)

If you have any questions, please contact Kim Foong Chong.


AB 705: Pedagogical Design to Meet the Challenges and Opportunities of our New Reality

Click here to RSVP for a statistics workshop on Friday, April 26 from 10:00-3:00pm (lunch will be provided). This workshop will be facilitated by Professor Rebecca Wong from West Valley College and is supported through the Traveling Workshop Grant from AMATYC.

Professor Wong has taught introductory statistics for over 20 years and, in collaboration with Rob Gould from UCLA, has presented workshops to statistics educators throughout the country on incorporating the GAISE (Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education) standards into introductory statistics. She has participated in many of the California Acceleration Project’s statistics workshops over the last two years and she currently serves as the American Statistical Association (ASA) representative to the AMATYC Statistics Committee.


The workshop will focus on how to teach statistics to students with a wide-variety of skill levels and will be useful for anyone who will be teaching Math 136 or Math 136/336 in the fall and beyond.


If you have any questions, please contact Michael Davis.