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Upcoming IASE Webinars new

The International Association for Statistical Education (IASE) presents monthly webinars, from stats education specialists from around the world. Details about the next webinar are below, and previously recorded webinars are available on their webinar page.

Teaching and Learning Statistics in an AI World

28 Aug, 7:00 – 8:30 am NZT

Presenter(s): Gail Burrill, Program in Mathematics Education, Michigan State University & Amanda Ellis, Biostatistics, University of Kentucky

Technology today can retrieve, manage, and analyze vast amounts of data; create complex interactive visualizations; and manipulate mathematical symbols. And more – software such as PhotomathTM or SymbolabTM, which can do almost any problem in algebra, geometry, calculus, or linear algebra along with showing the solution steps, calls into question what is important to teach. The introduction of generative AI tools such as ChatGPT(TM) into the education landscape presents opportunities for students to investigate problems but also can aid in developing lessons and course materials and can serve as a mathematical assistant for querying facts, acting as a mathematical search engine. The webinar will focus on how to leverage these tools for both the teaching and learning of statistics and data science.


Conversation about Statistics Education in Asia

10 Sep, 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm NZT

Presenter(s): Yeo Boon Wooi, Yun Joo Yoo, Lisa Grace Bersales, Kazuhiro Aoyama

More information to come.

Designing positive first experiences with coding for introductory-level statistics and data science students

24 Oct, 10:00 am – 11:30am NZT

Presenter(s): Anna Fergusson, The University of Auckland, New Zealand

Details to come.