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Statistics in the STEM Classroom: Real-Life Applications and Impacts (Part II)

Monday, May 24 at 6:30 pm ET (New York)

Appropriate for math and physics educators (and other adults)

Join us for a stimulating conversation about making connections between the real world and the classroom.  Come hear from physics and math educators who participated in a two-day workshop last summer on statistics and hypothesis testing, which was hosted by Dr. Allen Mincer, a physicist from New York University.  Discussions centered on hypothesis testing as it relates to the trigger system of the ATLAS experiment at CERN and possible pitfalls in the process of hypothesis testing.  Learn about these educators' experiences and how Dr. Mincer's lectures and feedback helped them prepare classroom lessons with real-world relevance.

This workshop and the previous workshop are part of a collaboration between the National Museum of Mathematics, New York University, and Brookhaven National Laboratory.  Attendance at the previous workshop is not a prerequisite for this event.

This is a live-streamed event.  Occasional video recordings are made available for a fee at

May 24, 2021 6:30 pm   through   8:00 pm
MoMath Online
United States
Phone: 212-542-0566
Event Fee(s)
Free for New York Master Teachers $ 0.00
Event fee $ 15.00
Event fee plus $15 donation to support families in need $ 30.00

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