The purpose of the AP course in statistics is to introduce students to the major concepts and tools for collecting, analyzing and drawing conclusions from data.

1- Introduction
1- Introduction
2- Course Description
3- Calculator Resources
4- MLA Formatting Word 2007
5- MLA Documentation updates
6- MLA Citation
7- MLA Incorporating Sources

2- Unit 1: Introduction to Statistics
1- What are Statistics?
2- Importance of Statistics
3- Descriptive Statistics
4- Inferential Statistics
5- Variables
6- Percentiles
7- Levels of Measurement
Assignment: What’s My Data Type?
8- Basics of Data Collection
9- Distributions
10- Summation Notation
11- Linear Transformations
12- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 1 Exercises
Assignment: Sampling Methods and Bias
Assignment: Unit 1 Exercises

3- Unit 2: Graphing Distributions
1- Introduction to Graphing Distributions
2- Qualitative Variables
3- Quantitative Variables
4- Stem & Leaf Displays
5- Histograms
6- Frequency Polygons
7- Box Plots
8- Bar Charts
9- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 2 Exercises
Assignment: Using Data to Make Good Decisions
Assignment: Unit 2 Exercises

4- Unit 3: Summarizing Distributions
1- Introduction to Central Tendency
2- What is Central Tendency?
3- Measures of Central Tendency
4- Median & Mean
Assignment: Mean and Median: Are They Stable?
5- Additional Measures
6- Introduction to Variability
7- Measures of Variability
8- Shape
9- Effects of Transformations
10- Variance Sum Law I
11- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 3 Exercises
Assignment: Changing Data: Effects of Variability
Assignment: Unit 3 Exercises

5- Unit 4: Describing Bivariate Data
1- Introduction to Bivariate Data
2- Values of Pearson Correlation (Correlation Coefficient)
3- Properties of Pearson’s r
4- Computing Pearson’s r
5- Variance Sum Law II
6- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 4 Exercises
Assignment: Sentences, Words & Reading Level
Assignment: Unit 4 Excercises

6- Unit 5: Probability
1- Introduction to Probability
2- Basic Concepts
3- Binomial Distribution
4- Base Rates
5- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 5 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 5 Exercises

7- Unit 6: Normal Distributions
1- Introduction to Normal Distributions
2- History of Normal Distributions
3- Areas Under Normal Distributions
4- Standard Normal Distributions
5- Normal Approximation
6- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 6 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 6 Exercises

8- Unit 7: Sampling Distributions
1- Introduction to Sampling Distributions
2- Sampling Distribution of the Mean
3- Sampling Distribution of Difference Between Means
4- Sampling Distribution of Pearson’s r
5- Sampling Distribution of p
6- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 7 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 7 Exercises

9- Unit 8: Mid-term Exam/Capstone Project
1- Capstone Project
2- Sample Outline
3- Brainstorming…
Handout: Capstone Project Proposal
Handout: Mid-Term Exam
Assignment: Capstone Project Proposal
Assignment: Mid-Term Exam

10- Unit 9: Estimation
1- Introduction to Estimation
2- Degrees of Freedom
3- Characteristics of Estimators
4- Introduction to Confidence Intervals
5- Confidence Interval for the Mean
6- t Distribution
7- Confidence Intervals for Difference Between Means
8- Confidence Intervals for Pearson’s Correlation
9- Confidence Interval for Proportion
10- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 9 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 9 Exercises

11- Unit 10: Logic of Hypothesis Testing
1- Introduction to Hypothesis Testing
2- Significance Testing
3- Type I & Type II Errors
4- One- And Two-Tailed Tests
5- Interpreting Significant Results
6- Interpreting Non-Significant Results
7- Steps in Hypothesis Testing
8- Significance Testing & Confidence Intervals
9- Misconceptions
10- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 10 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 10 Exercises

12- Unit 11: Testing Means
1- Testing a Single Mean
2- Difference Between Two Means (Independent Groups)
3- Pairwise Comparisons Among Means
4- Specific Comparisons
5- Difference Between Means (Correlated Pairs)
6- Specific Comparisons (Correlated Pairs)
7- Pairwise Comparisons (Correlated Pairs)
8- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 11 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 11 Exercises

13- Unit 12: Power
1- Introduction to Power
2- Example Calculations
3- Factors Affecting Power
4- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 12 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 12 Exercises

14- Unit 13: Prediction
1- Introduction to Simple Linear Regression
2- Partitioning Sums of Squares
3- Standard Error of the Estimate
4- Inferential Statistics for b and r
5- Influential Observations
6- Regression Toward the Mean
7- Introduction to Multiple Regression
8- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 13 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 13 Exercises

15- Unit 14: ANOVA
1- Introduction to ANOVA
2- ANOVA Designs
3- One-Factor ANOVA (Between Subjects)
4- Multi-Factor ANOVA (Between Subjects)
5- Unequal Sample Sizes
6- Tests Supplementing ANOVA
7- Within-Subjects ANOVA
8- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 14 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 14 Exercises

16- Unit 15: Chi Square
1- Chi Square Distribution
2- One-Way Tables
3- Contingency Tables
4- Additional Readings
Handout: Unit 15 Exercises
Assignment: Unit 15 Exercises

17- Unit 16: Capstone Project
1- Capstone Project
2- Sample Outline
Assignment: Capstone Project

18- Unit 17: Course Review / AP Statistics Exam
1- About the AP Statistics Exam
2- AP Statistics Exam Resources
Handout: Final Exam
Assignment: Final Exam

19- Course Survey
Handout: Course Survey
Assignment: Course Survey