July 8-11, 2024
Instructor: Leigh Nataro

Leigh Nataro teaches Precalculus, AP Statistics, and Probability and Statistics at Moravian Academy in Bethlehem, PA. Leigh renewed her National Board Certification in 2015 and she has been an AP Exam Reader since 2010 and Table Leader for AP Statistics since 2021. She has been invited to be a Question Leader for the inaugural AP Precalculus Exam in 2024. Leigh loves the challenge of writing assessment items and she has written multiple choice and free-response questions for the AP Statistics exam and multiple choice questions for AP Precalculus. Leigh was on the Math Medic team that created guided notes for the AP Daily videos for AP Precalculus and she helped to create Desmos Classroom Activities for Stats Medic that are aligned to the Course and Exam Description for AP Statistics. In addition to leading workshops in AP Statistics , she leads workshops in AP Precalculus and she is a Desmos-certified presenter. Leigh loves sharing new tech ideas – check out her NumWorks Quick Tip Videos for AP Precalculus playlist on her YouTube channel, mathteacher24.

Course Description

AP Statistics Course Description

Welcome to the wonderful world of Statistics! Without a doubt, this is the most enjoyable course I get to teach. I look forward to working with you and hope that you leave feeling prepared and excited about the opportunity to teach AP Statistics. During the workshop we will:

  • Highlight important parts of the Course and Exam Description.
  • Participate in many classroom-tested activities that illustrate key Learning Objectives.
  • Discuss how to use resources from the College Board found within AP Classroom including Personal Progress Checks and the Question Bank.
  • Review important topics from the course, including free-response questions from the AP exam.
  • Discuss how the AP exam is created and how it is scored, with a focus on the most recent year’s AP exam. We will also discuss common student errors and how to avoid them.
  • Practice using various types of technology, including graphing calculators and applets.
  • Discuss other important topics for running an AP Statistics course, including textbook selection, recruiting students, assessing students, and other day-to-day issues.
  • Answer as many questions as possible!

Digital copies of my lesson plans, and other resources will be located on our course website. Please bring a laptop/tablet and a graphing calculator. I will be modeling instruction using a TI-84, but any calculator with statistical capabilities is sufficient. You can bring your textbook if you would like, but that is entirely optional.

Register Now!