The instructor, Dr. Michelle Eversonis currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. She completed a Bachelor’s degree in Industrial Psychology from California State University, Hayward and a Master’s degree in Experimental Psychology from San Jose State University before coming to the University of Minnesota to pursue a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology. Since obtaining her Ph.D. in 2002, Michelle has been teaching introductory and intermediate statistics courses, and she also teaches a course called "Becoming a Teacher of Statistics." Michelle is particularly interested in distance education and in ways to actively engage students in online learning environments. Michelle is the recipient of the University of Minnesota College of Education and Human Development’s 2009 Distinguished Teaching Award and the 2011 recipient of the American Statistical Association (ASA) Waller Education Award.
SESSION 1: Sampling and Sampling Distributions
SESSION 2: Confidence Intervals for Proportions and Means
SESSION 3: Hypothesis Tests