Are you involved in teaching undergraduate or postgraduate statistics within any discipline? The Transform Statistics Project team invites you to attend a free one-day conference on teaching statistics to non-specialists.
This conference provides a great opportunity for academics from the Universities of Birmingham and Nottingham to come together and share their experiences of teaching statistics, and ideas about best practice.
The day will feature keynote talks from two external experts (Meena Kotecha, LSE and Zahra Abdulla, KCL), who will share with us their own experiences and insight into teaching statistics to non-specialists.
This event will take place on Thursday 27 June 2019 at the University of Birmingham.
Find out more here and register your attendance at this event via EventBrite, using password TRANSFORM.
Invitation to contribute
Expressions of interest are invited for the following contributions:
Maybe you have an on-going project which relates to teaching statistics to non-specialists, or an amazing approach to teaching particular statistical concepts to students. Whatever your idea, please join us to share your experience with the wider academic community.
Please get in touch with Lindsey Leach (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Adrian Bromage (email@example.com) with any questions, comments, or to contribute a talk (including a brief description of your proposed content).
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