January 01, 1991

Corrupting the Young

See also: Advanced Data Analysis from an Elementary Point of View; Introduction to Statistical Computing

36-401, Modern Regression, Fall 2015: Reflections and Lessons Learned
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, September 2015
The Teacher Wars: A History of America's Most Embattled Profession (Goldstein)
Course Announcement: 36-401, Modern Regression, Fall 2015
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, July 2014
How Learning Works: Seven Research-Based Principles for Smart Teaching (Ambrose et al.)
Books to Read While the Algae Grow in Your Fur, May 2013
How to Solve It: A New Aspect of Mathematical Method (Polya)
"Going Online: Should we do it? How? Why? What do we gain? What do we lose?"
Orientation
Class Announcement: 36-350, Statistical Computing
On Academic Talks: Memory and Fear
New "data scientist" is but old "statistician" writ large
Course Announcement: 36-350, Statistical Computing
36-402, Advanced Data Analysis, Spring 2011 (Course Announcement)
36-835, Paper of the Week
36-757, Advanced Data Analysis: Teaching Handouts (Fall 2010)
Fall 2010 Classes: 36-757 and 36-835
36-490, Undergraduate Research, Spring 2010
36-350, Data Mining: Course Materials (Fall 2009)
Course Announcement: 36-350, Data Mining, Fall 2009
Chaos, Complexity and Inference: 2009 Syllabus
Chaos, Complexity and Inference: 2009 Course Announcement
36-350, Data-Mining: Self-Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Minimal Advice to Undergrads on Programming
Statistics 36-350: Data Mining (Fall 2008)
Chris Anderson: Aware of All Statistical Traditions (with bonus fall course announcement)
Memos to Self, re: Pedagogy
Pedagogical Value
"Here, bookie-bookie-bookie!"
Glory and \$500 (VIGRE-funded Undergraduate Research in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon, Spring 2008)
Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Lecture Notes
Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Syllabus
Chaos, Complexity, and Inference (36-462): Course Announcement
Glory and \$1500 a Month (VIGRE-funded Summer Undergraduate Research in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon)
Lecture Notes on Stochastic Processes (Advanced Probability II), Spring 2007
Again with the Statistics 754, Stochastic Processes
I Taught Him Everything He Knows
Data Mining (36-350) Lecture Notes, Weeks 4--7
Seeking Advice on Introducing Ideological Bias
A Triumph of Socialist Realism
Data Mining (36-350) Lecture Notes, Weeks 1--3
Glory and \$500 (VIGRE-funded Undergraduate Research in Statistics at Carnegie Mellon)
Go Outside and Play, Why Don't You?
The Absorbing Boundary
Lecture Notes on Stochastic Processes (Advanced Probability II)
Statistics 754, Stochastic Processes (Advanced Probability II)
Will There Be a Text in My Class?
A View from Incense-Burner Mountain
Monday Exam Blogging

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