Thursday, March 14: Teacher Statsketball Q&A
March 11, 2019
Teachers, are you looking to get your students more involved in hands-on statistical thinking? Statsketball is a great opportunity to encourage them to use statistics towards real life events and have fun while doing it!
If you have questions, this live session is a perfect time to ask!
Join Christine Franklin, one of the Statsketball judges, along with ASA representatives Donna LaLonde and Rebecca Nichols for an open Q&A session for teachers. Join us:
Thursday, March 14
5:30 – 6:30pm ET
Register to Join
No prior basketball knowledge is required to introduce your students to Statsketball!
Want to learn more? Get warmed up with our teacher resources or the contest main page.
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