Equvia W. Rhodes, Ed. S Mathematics Department email@example.com (770) 460- 3935 ext 394
updated August 17, 2012
1.5 - 2 inch (3-ring ) binder, Dividers, Loose Leaf notebook and graph paper, #2 pencils, Scientific Calculator,
Graphing Calculator (TI 83/84)
As we prepare for the AP Statistics exam, all students will be required to complete daily homework consisting of multiple choice questions and past free response questions. These practice tests and free response questions are solely intended to better prepare students for the AP Exam and the types of questions you may see on it.
Please refer to the AP Statistics calendar given to you in class for the daily assignments. You may also go to the homework section of the webpage to find the assignments.
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HS Math Forum--The HS Math Forum at Drexel is one of the most popular math and statistics links used.
Anneberg-- This link consists of 28 statistics lessons (free videos streamed) that correspond to our AP Stat curriculum
Khan Academy--This website is a well organized playlist with tons of math and science tutorials from beginning to end
www.gapminder.org -- compares all sorts of data from countries over time. A great visual to show trends and patterns
www.zooburst.com --a tool for students to create an interactive 3-D pop-up book.
www.timetoast.com -- a tool that allows students to create timelines.
http://www.visualthesaurus.com/vocabgrabber/ -- students and/or teachers enter a text; the program "grabs" vocabulary wo
Illustrative Mathematics: helps students visualize key math concepts