Why pay by the book or course when students can have it all for just $119.99 per term? All-access to our entire library of online textbooks, study tools and all our digital learning platforms. Now available to all students in campus bookstores and online.
Ever wonder how much time is spent teaching vs. preparing to teach? Statistics instructors often spend their free time creating their own Labs and looking for news articles to use in class, when technology and courses tailored specifically for Statistics could do the work for them. Stop the madness! Join us to explore a host of innovative features that can save you time, so you can focus on what you want to teach.
Transitioning from Algebraic Thinking to Statistical Thinking—A PreStatistics Primer
The type of mathematical thinking required for Statistics is much different than that required for Algebra. Equip your students with both by tuning in to our session. Hear topics and techniques students can use to develop number sense, learn statistics-related techniques and gain confidence in preparation for Introductory Statistics.
What if you could teach what you want, in the order you want? Join us and explore a brand new way to teach Statistics without being tied to a book. A fully digital, learning objective-based model offers you unparalleled flexibility for your course and empowers you to teach your students, your way. Tune in to learn more about Statistics by Learning Objective and start reimagining Statistics!
Meet a Few of Our Statistics Featured Faculty Partners
Our educators advance teaching and learning by answering questions and sharing ideas.
Scott Crawford, University of Wyoming
I'm a lecturer at the University of Wyoming Department of Statistics and I have taught introductory courses, methods courses, and graduate level courses. I like to use WebAssign because it is simple for the student to find the course material, I can create randomized homework questions, and students get immediate feedback.
I've been teaching secondary and college mathematics since 1998. I received B.S. and M.S. degrees in Mathematics from Clarkson University, as well as an M.S.T. degree in Secondary Mathematics from SUNY Potsdam.
Wendiann Sethi is the Director of the Center of Developmental Mathematics and Senior Faculty Associate at Seton Hall University, as well as the Chief Subject Matter Expert for Cengage Statistics by Learning Objective.