An overview of the recent talk I gave at the Sage event on supercharging your quantitative online teaching.
A summary of a lesson on data exploration and classification with a wicked theme.
Some ideas for using Google questions and “answers” to inspire in-lecture investigations with students.
A summary of my (online) guest lectures for foundation Arts students.
Some tips for alleviating the stress students feel towards tests and exams.
Some tips on how to get conversations flowing in large lectures or online.
A short whole class activity that uses the lure of chocolate to introduce hypothesis testing.
Practical points to think about when deciding on contexts to use for teaching statistical concepts, and ideas to help you deliver an engaging and motivating data exploration!
Why I chose LEGO as the context for introducing data exploration – and how it went.
An example of transforming a face-to-face activity to an online synchronous activity.
Teaching remotely – take two!
We created some awesome online teaching resources during lockdown. How can we use what we learned from that experience to enhance our campus teaching?
Revisiting one of my old interactives and reflecting on its design.
A summary of an activity I use to teach distributional reasoning.
A quick writing activity I use at the start of lectures.
A summary of the interactives I developed to engage and motivate my intro stats students during lockdown.
Some ideas for using drawings to teach statistical concepts.
My talk at ICOTS10 about exploring Instagram data featuring the Eiffel Tower.
What I learned from taking my lectures online during the lockdown.
Building cohort identity to facilitate an improvement in students’ engagement and motivation.