Math behind Moneyball

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/mathematics-sport

Math behind Moneyball
This course is all about using math and statistics to help you win games of baseball. We’ll learn how to use basic principles of math to answer baseball questions and how to use these principles to answer more advanced questions. We’ll cover topics like proportions, proportions, angles, quantities, and stuff you’ll need in order to use baseball statistics effectively. We’ll also cover topics like counting, probability, and random variables, and stuff like that. By the end of this course, you’ll have a pretty good grasp on the concepts involved in winning games of baseball.Course Overview and Module 1
Mathematical Principles Behind Winning Ballgames
Mathematical Modeling for Winning Games
More Mathematics in Winning Games
Math with the ELL in Mind
This course is aimed at introducing the basics of Math to third and fourth-graders through an anthropomorphic, educational and fun-filled, multi-sensory approach. The course aims to teach the fundamentals of Math through an experiential, approach, rather than through theory-based lectures.

The ELL in the class is an important part of the course. We hope that with the ELL in Mind the level of the class will increase as well as the fun-factor.

The course is 70% science (biological, psychosocial and learning), 20% technology (brief description of concepts and an exploration of language), 5% music (music of any kind, including songs, raps, poetry, and anything in between)). The remaining % is spent on teaching, making connections, and meetinging out projects.

We hope that with the ELL in Mind the level of the class will increase as well as the fun-factor.

The course is 70% science (biological, psychosocial and learning), 20% technology (brief description of concepts and an exploration of language), 5% music (music of any kind, including songs, raps, poems, and anything in between)). The remaining % is spent on teaching, making connections, and meetinging out projects.

We hope that with the ELL in Mind the level of the class will increase as well as the fun-factor.

The course is aimed at introducing the basics of Math to third and fourth-graders through an anthropomorphic, educational and fun-filled, multi-sensory approach. The course aims to teach the fundamentals of Math through an experiential, approach, rather than through theory-based lectures.

The ELL in the class is an important part of the course. We hope that with the ELL in Mind the level of the class will increase as well as the fun-factor.

The course is 70% science (biological, psychosocial and learning), 20% technology (brief description of concepts and an

Course Link: https://www.coursera.org/learn/mathematics-sport