Thoughts longer than a social media post, shorter than a manuscript on data, pedagogy, and data pedagogy

My name is Mine Dogucu and I teach statistics and data science. I spend a good chunk of my time thinking about how to be a better data scientist, teacher, and human. Most of the time I cannot fit my thoughts into a single post on my social media accounts. Sometimes I want to share examples from my class and sometimes I want to share something that has been useful for me as a teacher, a learner, or simply as a person. Thus, I created this blog to share what is going on in my mind and in my classes.

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This blog will shape as I keep writing and the goal is also to have guest authors as well.


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