4th After you post, read what others have said, then reply to another person with a comment. Use the Reply button to address this student directly.

On Wednesday, February 10th, teachers from our contributor, the American Statistical Association, will be moderating this discussion from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm Eastern Time.

5. On Friday morning, February 12th, we’ll be posting more information about the graphics at the end of this post, including a free link to the article that contains those graphics. We encourage you to post additional comments based on the article, possibly using statistical terms defined in the Stat Nuggets.

We will publish further information here on Thursday afternoon. Stay tuned!


• • See all of the graphics in this series or a slideshow of 60 of our favorite graphics.

• • Check out our archives, which reference all previous versions and are organized by subject, chart type, and stat nugget.

• • Learn more about the Notice and Wonder teaching strategy and how and why other teachers are using this feature in our on-demand webinar.

• • Sign up for our free weekly Learning Network newsletter so you don’t miss any graphic. The graphics are always posted on the Friday before the live moderation on Wednesday, so teachers have time to plan ahead.

• • Visit the American Statistical Association’s K-12 website for teacher statistics resources, professional development opportunities, and more.

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