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Back To Schedule
Thursday, February 24 • 11:30am - 12:30pm
Teaching Statistics in Math and Science with Code and Data Science

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An understanding of statistics is becoming increasingly important in our world, and as math and science teachers we have an opportunity to develop student competencies in this area. We'll look at ways to incorporate statistics and data analytics into curricular outcomes, explore available resources, and talk about how you and your students can analyse data with Python in Jupyter notebooks (for free) through the Callysto project.

Speakers
avatar for Byron Chu

Byron Chu

Program Manager, Data Science, Math/ Ethics in AI
Byron graduated from the University of Calgary with a PhD in Biochemistry and today he applies the same scientific principles to data and cloud-enabled projects. Since 2018, he has led the Callysto project in training teachers across Canada on bringing open data and data literacy... Read More →
avatar for Jerric Chen

Jerric Chen

Cybera
Jerric has a Master of Science in Computing Science from the University of Alberta, where he researched the intersection of human-computer interactions and AI. One of his proudest achievements in that role is developing a recommender system that helped students learn more collaboratively... Read More →

Hosts

Thursday February 24, 2022 11:30am - 12:30pm MST
Zoom Recording