AP Statistics is a course designed for teachers who would like teaching strategies, methods and materials on how to prepare students for success in Advanced Placement Statistics.
During this week, participants will learn how to introduce challenging concepts utilizing a variety of activities and integrate technology and the internet for a more interactive classroom. In addition, teachers will collaborate together on discovery lessons, learn techniques to help students improve their technical writing, and to assess student work to prepare students for AP rigor.
Kay Kubena received her BS in Electrical Engineering from Rice Univesity in 1984 and her Masters in Math Education from the University of Houston in 1989. She currently teaches AP Statistics and PAP Precalculus at Bellaire High School in Houston, Texas, as well as serving as math department chairperson. During her 31 year teaching career, she has taught just about every math course from Algebra 1 to BC Calculus, along with AP Computer Science. She believes in a very high energy, hands on, activity based approach to create engaging and challenging lessons at every level of math instruction. In 2013, she won Secondary Teacher of the Year for the Houston Independent School District and was also a finalist for Region IV Teacher of the Year for the state of Texas. Mrs. Kubena is a master teacher for the Rice University School Mathematics Project, providing quality mathematics professional development to teachers in the Houston area. She is also a College Board consultant, offering training in PAP mathematics and AP Statistics. She is married to Brian Kubena and has two daughters, one a graduate of Rice and the other a current Rice junior.
Term: Spring/Summer 2017
Start Date: July 18, 2017
End Date: July 21, 2017
Schedule: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Location: Rice campus
Continuing Professional Education (CPE): 30
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