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My name is Stephanie and I worked as an adjunct professor of mathematics for Jacksonville University and Florida State College at Jacksonville before starting this site. This website was originally set up to help my students in STA2023 to understand elementary statistics. It’s since grown to cover AP Stats and calculus-based statistics. You’ll find help for SPSS, Minitab, Excel and other popular technology for stats. There are (as of January 2014) over 700 articles, videos, calculators and tables. and it’s still growing!

I earned both an MAT (Mathematics Education) and an MFA in Creative Writing. I’ve been teaching mathematics and statistics since 2006. I’m a member of both Pi Mu Epsilon (the mathematics honors society) and Kappa Delta Pi (education honors society). I attended the University of Florida and FSU where I took two additional years of coursework in education and mathematics education. My publishing credits include the Sirius Elementary Statistics textbook published by Houghton Mifflin, for which I was co-author.

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About / Contact was last modified: May 27th, 2018 by Stephanie