#### Teaching a Flipped or Blended Course

- Panel: Teaching a Flipped or Blended Course
- Breakout: What I wish I had known when I flipped a course!
- Breakout: In-class Activities and Out-of-class Videos with Embedded Quizzes Encourage Student Engagement
- Breakout: Blended Learning in Intermediate Applied Statistics
- Breakout: How Do You FlipIt?: A New Project and Platform for Introductory Statistics, from WH Freeman/Macmillan Learning
- Workshop: Using and Creating On-line Materials to Flip the Introductory Statistics Classroom
- Discussion: Teaching a Flipped or Blended Course
- Poster: Teaching in a Flipped, Hybrid, or Online Statistics Classroom: Practical Considerations
- Poster: Learning and Motivation from Basic versus Enhanced Statistics Video Lessons

- Breakout: What I wish I had known when I flipped a course!
- Breakout: In-class Activities and Out-of-class Videos with Embedded Quizzes Encourage Student Engagement
- Breakout: Blended Learning in Intermediate Applied Statistics
- Breakout: How Do You FlipIt?: A New Project and Platform for Introductory Statistics, from WH Freeman/Macmillan Learning
- Poster: Learning and Motivation from Basic versus Enhanced Statistics Video Lessons

#### Teaching with Technology: Free and Simple

- No "Teaching with Technology" events scheduled on this day.

- No "Teaching with Technology" events scheduled on this day.

#### Teaching with R

- Poster: Dynamic Data in the Classroom
- Breakout: Technology lowering barriers: get started with R at the snap of a finger
- Breakout: Less Volume, More Creativity – Getting Started Teaching with R
- Breakout: Notebooks with R Markdown
- Breakout: Lowering the barriers to inclusive, collaborative, reproducible analyses
- Poster: Using Code-Based Statistical Software in an Introductory Statistics Course
- Poster: Writing about Simulations in a Theoretical Statistics Course
- Panel: Teaching with R: Free and Extendable
- Discussion: Teaching with R and RStudio
- Poster: Making Changes with Technology in Mathematical Statistics

- Breakout: Technology lowering barriers: get started with R at the snap of a finger
- Breakout: Less Volume, More Creativity – Getting Started Teaching with R
- Breakout: Notebooks with R Markdown
- Breakout: Lowering the barriers to inclusive, collaborative, reproducible analyses
- Poster: Using Code-Based Statistical Software in an Introductory Statistics Course
- Poster: Writing about Simulations in a Theoretical Statistics Course

- No "Teaching with R" Events scheduled on this day.

#### Teaching with Simulation-Based Inference

- Poster: R-Shiny Apps to Empower a Simulation-Based Curriculum
- Poster: Getting Past the Gatekeeper: Does Randomization-Based Curriculum in Introductory Statistics Promote Student Success?
- Teaching the Statistical Investigation Process with Simulation-Based Inference
- Poster: A new randomization add-in for JMP to teach basic inference
- Breakout: Simulation-Based Inference: Beyond a Two-Sample Test
- Breakout: Simulation-based inference after Stat 101
- Breakout: Using Bootstrapping to Teach Statistical Concepts
- Keynote: Computational Thinking and Inferential Thinking: Foundations of Data Science
- Panel: Teaching with Simulation-Based Inference
- Discussion: Teaching with Simulation-Based Inference

- Poster: R-Shiny Apps to Empower a Simulation-Based Curriculum
- Poster: Getting Past the Gatekeeper: Does Randomization-Based Curriculum in Introductory Statistics Promote Student Success?
- Poster: Getting Past the Gatekeeper: Does Randomization-Based Curriculum in Introductory Statistics Promote Student Success?

#### Teaching Data Science

- Poster: Dynamic Data in the Classroom
- Poster: Are Volcanic Eruptions Increasing?: An Example of Teaching Data Wrangling and Visualization in Stat 2
- Poster: Intro Stats for Future Data Scientists
- Keynote: Changing everything at once: Student-centered Learning, computerized practice exercises, evaluation of student progress, and a modern syllabus to create a completely new introductory statistics course
- Poster: ASA DataFest: Weekend-long data analysis hackathon sweeping the globe
- Panel: Teaching Data Science
- Discussion: Teaching Data Science

- No "Teaching Data Science" events scheduled on this day.