Josh Tabor has been a grader of the AP Statistics exam since 1999, a table leader from 2001–2006, and a question leader from 2007–2019. He also served on the AP Statistics Test Development Committee from 2005–2009. In 2013, he was named to the SAT Mathematics Development Committee. Josh is the co-author of The Practice of Statistics 6e for AP Statistics, and the author of the Annotated Teacher’s Edition for The Practice of Statistics 4e and 5e. He is also the co-author of two on-level statistics textbooks: Statistical Reasoning in Sports, which introduces students to the concepts of statistical reasoning in a simulation-based, student-friendly manner and Statistics and Probability with Applications, which features short, direct lessons that make teaching and learning statistics enjoyable for both teachers and students. Josh has presented at regional, national, and international conferences and has taught one-day and week-long AP Statistics workshops for many years. He enjoys the opportunity to share his love of statistics and learn from the experiences of participants.
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AR AIMS AP Math Two-Day Workshop
October 5 @ 8:30 am - October 6 @ 3:30 pm
The Arkansas Advanced Initiative for Math and Science would like to invite you to join us for our virtual fall two-day workshop in AP Calculus and AP Statistics. This workshop will be held via zoom October 5th and 6th from 8:30am until 3:30pm. We are very excited to have secured two of the best content developers and presenters in both Calculus and Statistics!
Attending the AR AIMS Fall Two-Day workshop along with the Spring Two-Day Mock Reading will provide AP Endorsement Recertification from the Arkansas Department of Education. For more information on this and other AR AIMS workshops, visit http://www.ualr.edu/aaims.
AP Statistics with Josh Tabor
AP Calculus with Bryan Passwater
Bryan Passwater has trained, mentored and supported over 1000 AP calculus teachers around the country. Bryan has led dozens of 1-day, 2-day and week long AP workshops from San Francisco to New York City and has been an AP reader since 2013. He is passionate about teaching AP calculus and is highly motivated to provide great trainings, support, resources and encouragement to AP Calculus teachers everywhere. In 2017, Bryan decided to go back to the classroom full time and currently teaches AP Calculus AB, AP Calculus BC, and pre-calculus in Indianapolis, Indiana. Bryan was a member of the College Board’s AP Calculus Instructional Design Committee committed to providing the support that AP Calculus teachers need to build and grow a successful AP Calculus classroom. Additionally, he has helped develop the AP Calculus curriculum for the KIPP foundation schools across the country and written AP Calculus resources for Propel, Applied Practice, the College Board and The National Math and Science Initiative. Recently, Bryan has been a question writer for the AP Calculus exams (MC) through ETS and just finished 8 weeks of AP Calculus Live lessons through the CB on YouTube for the 2020 AP Calculus exams.