These posts are referenced in the Teacher’s Edition of The Practice of Statistics 6th edition.

Chapter 1:

Experience First, Formalize Later

Knix the Trix: Except for SOCV and DUFS

How to Write a Great Test for AP Statistics

Chapter 2:

Interpret the z-score (Like it’s Your Job)

Why Bother with z-scores and Table A?

Why do we Standardize Normal Distributions?

Table A or normalcdf?

Ban “IT” From Your Statistics Classroom

Chapter 3:

Barbie Bungee

Graphing Calculators are the New Slide Rule

Beware r by Itself!

How to Interpret the Slope of a Line of Best Fit

An Activity to Help Students Interpret r squared

Correlation Does Not Mean Causation

Chapter 4:

Does Beyonce Write Her Own Lyrics?

Stratified Random Sample vs. Cluster Sample

What Could Students do for a Response Bias Project?

Tell the Whole Story: Evidence for Ha

Chapter 5:

Best Friends Forever: Two-way Tables and Venn Diagrams

Applebees vs. Starbucks “OR”

Probability: 5 Strategies to Try Before Using a Formula

Using Two Aces to Introduce Probability

Chapter 6:

Table A or normalcdf?

Using Memes to Teach Statistics

Chapter 7:

Decisions Made at Buffalo Wild Wings

Chapter 8:

What is statistical inference?

“Guess My Age” Activity

Interpret the z-score (Like it’s Your Job)

Chapter 9:

Questions for Inferential Thinking

Tell the Whole Story: Evidence for Ha

The Holy Grail of AP Statistics

What is a Jerry Error?

Chapter 10:

Is Yawning Contagious?

Which Version of the AP Exam Was Harder?

Chapter 11:

Help: My Calculator Doesn’t Have a Chi-square GOF Test!

A Student Proof

Chapter 12:

Student Created Inference Test

Two 10-inch Pizzas or One 16-inch Pizza?

How Do I Help Students Review for the AP Statistics Exam?