Hollylynne S. Lee

 

 


 

Hollylynne LeeDr. Hollylynne S. Lee is a Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Education in the department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education at NC State. Her work focused on statistics education, spanning 17 years, began with developing the Probability Explorer software and conducting research on learners' ability to reason about probabilistic phenomena through a simulation approach. Her current work focuses on preparing teachers of statistics to use innovative approaches and powerful technology tools to engage learners in building statistical understandings. Her work has led to numerous books, research publications, and awards. In 2013 she was named a NC State University Faculty Scholar, and in 2014 received an Alumnae Association Outstanding Teacher award. She is a two time awardee of the National Technology Leadership Initiative Fellowship (2002, 2012), co-sponsored by the Association of Mathematics Teacher Education [AMTE] and the Society of Information Technology and Teacher Education. Dr. Lee is currently a member of the Technology Committee for AMTE, and the Research Advisory Board of the Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education. She is the editor of Statistics Education Web: An Online Journal for K-12 Statistics Lessons, an Associate Editor of Statistics Education Research Journal, and a member of the editorial board for Mathematical Thinking and Learning.




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Sep 26th 2016

Our world is rich with data sources, and technology makes data more accessible than ever before! To help ensure students are future ready to use data for making informed decisions, many countries around the world have increased the emphasis on statistics and data analysis in school curriculum–from elementary/primary grades through college. This course allows you to learn, along with colleagues from other schools, an investigation cycle to teach statistics and to help students explore data to make evidence-based claims.

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Sep 26th 2016

Technology is an essential component of today’s workplace and is a ubiquitous component of our society. Technology can be a useful tool to support students’ engagement in and learning of mathematics. This course allows you to learn, along with colleagues from other schools and around the world, instructional practices that utilize technology to support students’ mathematical learning.

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