Quick Check-in

Okay: one class down, 27 to go. The big problem right now is scheduling “lab” time, and extra hour a week that will make up the rest of the time we need to get through the material and learn the stuff that’s not in the ISCAM text, such as EDA and more probability.

I do not yet have sense of how fast we can get through some of the investigations; I have hopes that once we get the hang of it, some can be slower and more thoughtful, while others can be more practice- and application-y.

I did start with good old Aunt Belinda, for comfort sake. It’s odd; I may go more slowly—too slowly—when I’m more familiar with the approach.

I’ll know a lot more next week.

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Tim Erickson

Math-science ed freelancer and sometime math teacher. In 2014–15, at Mills College in Oakland, California.

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