Difference between revisions of "Statistics and Statistical Programming (Winter 2021)/Day 1 session plan"

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== Agenda ==
 
== Agenda ==
 
* Introductions
 
* Introductions
** (Preferred) names, pronouns, details.
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** (Preferred) names, pronouns, details about where you are in the program.
 
** Why are you here?
 
** Why are you here?
 
** What background, if any, do you have with statistics and/or statistical programming?
 
** What background, if any, do you have with statistics and/or statistical programming?
* Meta-curricular concerns
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* Meta-curricular concerns and a tour of the syllabus
 
** High-level goals
 
** High-level goals
** Why this approach to this material? (Mako's pedagogical philosophy and motives)
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** Why this approach to this material? (My pedagogical philosophy and motives)
 
** Course format, channels of communication, and aspirational norms
 
** Course format, channels of communication, and aspirational norms
* Stuff that's not on the syllabus (yet)
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* [To the extent that there is time...] Working through [[../Problem set 3]] (due next Monday)
** Ongoing assessment and iteration
 
** Modest "microlectures"
 
* Working through material for next class
 
** Setup
 
** Problem set #0
 

Latest revision as of 19:22, 4 January 2021

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Agenda[edit]

  • Introductions
    • (Preferred) names, pronouns, details about where you are in the program.
    • Why are you here?
    • What background, if any, do you have with statistics and/or statistical programming?
  • Meta-curricular concerns and a tour of the syllabus
    • High-level goals
    • Why this approach to this material? (My pedagogical philosophy and motives)
    • Course format, channels of communication, and aspirational norms
  • [To the extent that there is time...] Working through Statistics and Statistical Programming (Winter 2021)/Problem set 3 (due next Monday)