Training on Statistics and Probability for K-12 Teachers

Monday, April 17, 2017

Consistent with the advocacy of helping teachers of Statistics become better prepared to teach the subject in the K-12 program, the Philippine Statistical Association, Inc. (PSAI) in coordination with the UP School of Statistics Diliman is pleased to announce the course offering Statistics and Probability for K-12 Teachers. The course focuses on the different topics in Statistics and Probability incorporated in the K-12 curriculum. It will highlight on techniques to comprehend and appreciate the different statistical tools covering both descriptive and inferential statistics. It will run as noted below:

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Course Description


Registration Fees

Institutional Member

Non-Institutional Member

Statistics and Probability for K-12 Teachers

The course aims to equip the participants with a better understanding and appreciation of various statistical tools in descriptive and inferential statistics, and how to teach the statistical methodologies effectively.
May 15-19, 2017
(UP School of Statistics)

Php 14,525 less 20% = Php11,620

      Php 15,525


As a form of service, PSAI institutional members in good standing are entitled to send one participant per year in one of the modules free of charge and additional participant/s will be charged the corresponding registration fee accordingly. The Training is envisioned to help Statistics teachers become better prepared to teach Statistics in the K-12 Program. The training will be made available to all PSAI members (individual and representatives of institutional members) at 20% discount as above noted. Registration fee includes cost of training materials, lunch and morning/afternoon snacks, class picture, and certificate of completion. Due to limited slots available, please note that acceptance will be on a first-come-first-served basis. 

Early confirmation of participation from your institution will be most appreciated. Ms. Stephanie Andres/Mr. Reynaldo B. Belluga, Jr. (PSAI) will gladly coordinate with your staff for any additional information that you may need. You may reach Ms. Andres/Mr. Belluga at telephone numbers (02) 920-6513/ 456-1928, or through email at