Tuesday, February 21st, 20234:00 pm – 4:30 pm ET
Presented by: Jennifer Green (Michigan State), Liz Arnold (Colorado State)
Abstract: This month, in the CAUSE (Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education) / JSDSE (Journal of Statistics and Data Science Education) webinar series, we highlight the article, Exploring the Use of Statistics Curricula with Annotated Lesson Notes. In K–12 statistics education, there is a call to integrate statistics content standards throughout a mathematics curriculum and to teach these standards from a data analytic perspective. Annotated lesson notes within a lesson plan are a freely available resource to provide teachers support when navigating potentially unfamiliar statistics content and teaching practices. In their research, Dr. Green and Dr. Arnold identified several types of annotated lesson notes, created two statistics lesson plans that contained various annotated lesson notes, and observed secondary mathematics teachers implement the lesson plans in their intermediate algebra courses. They then investigated how two teachers’ instructional actions compared to what was prescribed in the annotated lesson notes. They found ways in which the teachers’ instructional actions, across their differing contexts, aligned with, varied from, or adapted to the annotated lesson notes. During the webinar they will outline their research and highlight affordances and limitations of annotated lesson notes for statistics instruction, as well as offer recommendations for those who create statistics curricula with annotated lesson notes.