Instructors interested in learning how to incorporate data science into their courses are invited to come to the Teaching and Research Resource Fair at the Academic Innovation Studio on Tuesday, April 18. The event is open to all faculty, researchers, and graduate students, and is designed to connect instructors with campus resources to improve or refresh their teaching and research.
The Data Science Education Program will be presenting the following two mini-sessions as part of the multi-faceted event, which features concurrent mini-sessions from a variety of resources and departments across campus.
Resources for Incorporating Data Science Into Your Classes
Module development in the Data Science Education Program offers the opportunity to faculty interested in integrating a data science component (3+ hours) into their course to engage with an eager team of undergraduate students and a discipline expert graduate student in developing this component. We are happy to work within any school on campus & and have successfully supported professors without any programming background.
Christopher Hench - Data Science Education Program
Data Science Pedagogy: A Short Summer Workshop
earn pedagogical techniques from the campus-wide Data Science Education Program in a 3 day summer session. Experience & discuss how introduction to programming & statistical inference is taught, with panels about integrating these methods into existing courses. 1.5 day extension opportunity for developing course materials using these skills, with support from student tutors.
Sarah Reynolds - Data Science Education Program