NNN Annual Meeting 2014
Thanks to all who attended the NNN Annual Meeting 2014 hosted by Carleton College.
Slides from the workshops & talks can be found below:
Neil Lutsky: Cut to the QUIC: What is the Essence of Quantitative Reasoning & How Can We Assess It?
Neil's Slides (Acrobat (PDF) 18.5MB Oct16 14)
Kate Follette: Fun Math is Not an Oxymoron: Quantitative Brain Teasers and Other Unthreatening Ways to Infuse Your Course with Numbers
Kate's Slides (Acrobat (PDF) 6MB Oct16 14)
Diego Mendez-Carbajo: Quantitative Reasoning in the Social Sciences
Diego's Slides (Acrobat (PDF) 687kB Oct21 14)
Milo Schield: A Workshop in Four Parts: "Teaching Coincidence", "Using the Log-Normal", "Creating Statistical Distributions via Random Processes" &, "Statistical Significance of Correlations"
Teaching Coincidence (Also useful: Teaching Coincidence), Using the Log-Normal, Creating Statistical Distributions, Statistical Significant Correlations, and slides for the additional part he was unable to cover Segmented Regression Models