Syallabus

 

 

 

 

 

Lecture Notes

Statistics Notes

Probability Notes

Section 1.1—Lecture 1

Section’s 3.1 & 3.2—Lecture 1

Section 1.2—Lecture 2

Section 3.3 & 3.4—Lecture 2

Section 1.3—Lecture 3

Marginal & Conditional Probabilities—Lecture 3

Section 1.4 Lecture 4

 

Section 1.5 part 1—Lecture 5

Section 3.5—Lecture 4

Section 2.1—Lecture 6

Section 5.1—Lecture 5

Section 2.1 part 2—Lecture 7

Mutually Exclusive Events & Independent/Dependent Events—Lecture 6

Section 2.1 part 3—Lecture 8

Section 5.2—Lecture 7

Section 2.2—Lecture 9

Section 5.3—Lecture 8

Section 2.3—Lecture 10

Union of Events—Lecture 9

Section 1.5 part 2—Lecture 11

Combinations—Lecture 10

 

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

 

 

Statistics Terms (Definitions and Examples)

Probability Notes (Definitions and Examples)

 

 

Assignments

1

2

3

4

 

 

 

4713 Project Information

 

 

Journal Entries

 

 

Fall 2013 Schedule

 

 

 

 

                                                                                                                        GRADUATE STUDENT REQUIREMENTS


                                                                                                                                                1. Replacement for Fathom

 

                                                                 

     2. Paper

     

     Major Specific Assignments

  Weird Dice

   Bouncing Ball

     

     

     

     

     

Math 4713-91

Fall 2013

F: 9-11:30 Newnan Center

 

     TEXT: Probability and Statistics for Elementary/Middle School Teachers, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 2003 by Browing and Channell

     Professor: Dr. Sheila Rivera

     Office BB – 210

     Phone 678-839-4141

     e-mail: srivera@westga.edu

     web page: http://www.westga.edu/~srivera

     

     

     Office Hours

                                               

     

     Hour

     

     

     

     Monday

     

     Tuesday

     

     Wednesday

     

     Thursday

     

     Friday

     

9:00

     

     

     

     

    

 

     

     

     

Math 4713-91 

     

10:00

     

     

Office Hours

     

     

    Office Hours

     

     

11:00

     

     

     

     

    Math 2008-04

     

     

     

Math 2008-04     

     

     

     11:30

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

Office Hours

(Newnan)

     

12:30

     

     

     

     

     

  Office Hours

   

 

     

     

Office Hours

     

     

     

     

3:30

     

     

     

     

     

Math 1111-01     

     

     

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     Description of Course Content

      

     Following completion of the course, the student will demonstrate:

1.         an understanding of the standard vocabulary and symbols associated with;

2.         a better understanding of the fundamental concepts in probability and statistics, including the organization of data, numerical descriptive measures, discrete random variables and their probability distributions, and continuous random variables and the normal distribution;

3.         a better understanding of the appropriate strategies for teaching mathematics concepts at the P-8 level, and;

4.         a better understanding of the uses of a variety of manipulatives, technology, and other materials for the P-8 level.

     

     Rating

     

          There will be a midterm exam @ 100 points, a project worth 125 points (we will talk about this later on in the semester), a comprehensive final worth 100 points.  Two quizzes will be worth 25 points each. The total possible points earnable will be 375.  Grades will be assigned on a point scale format:

     A = 375-337

     B = 336-300

     C = 299-262

     D = 261-225

     F = 224-0

     

     Suggested Problems

     

     For each section covered in class there will be a set of problems provided.  These are not homework problems (thus they will not be graded).  These are problems that I recommend that you do to do your best in the class.  If there are questions about these problems please see the professor during office hours, before or after class, or on review days.

     

     Attendance Policy

     

          Attendance is mandatory to do your best in the course.  I will attempt to take the roll daily.  If you miss more than 2 times you will automatically be dropped from the course and given a grade of WF.  Three tardies count as one absence.

          If you miss a test you will make that test up on the final exam.  No make up exams will be given under ANY conditions. 

          Cheating or any kind of conduct that disturbs or disrupts the class will not be TOLERATED.  If you cheat on an exam or project (or any part of the project) you will receive a grade of F.  If caught a second time you will receive an F for the semester.