Throughout this course, students will analyze data, calculate and utilize probabilities, and explore the topics of experimental design.  Students will learn and experience these topics with real-world data and be better equipped to understand and interpret both raw data and summary statistics in the world around them.  At the culmination of the course, students will demonstrate their understanding through a guided study in which they will form an appropriate research question, collect data, analyze their results, and present their findings.

This course will be used for to create shells for participants to build their own courses during the OCD training.

This course is designed to allow students to explore the six trigonometric relations.  Students will draw and modify the graphs of these relations on both rectangular and polar coordinate systems then compare and contrast the graphs.  Problem solving, with both right and oblique triangles, is emphasized throughout the course.