**Guided Notebook**Written by author George Woodbury. The Guided Notebook follows the material in the Interactive Assignment. The student is expected to fill out the notebook as they progress through the reading assignment. When complete, the student has a complete text written in their own words. Instructors may want to check each student’s Guided Notebook to verify the student is completing each Interactive Assignment. The Guided Notebook is either available as a print supplement or may be downloaded directly from the left navigation bar in MyLab.**Additional Exercises**These are stagnant paper/pencil problems that you may use as additional assignments that are available for each section. The authors use these for weekly homework that is turned in as a formative assessment. This allows instructors to see the student’s work and provide feedback. The additional exercises appear in the left navigation bar within the drop-down menu of each section’s interactive assignment. They are hidden from student view by default. Answers are provided as well (hidden from student view).**Student Activity Workbook**The subject of statistics, like many things in life, is best learned through active participation. These activities have been designed to improve your student’s study of statistics, encouraging them to become a more active participant in the discipline. The activity workbook is available as a print supplement or may be downloaded from Tools for Success.**New and updated student activities:**- Chapter 1
- Data Wrangling
- Retrieving and Cleansing Data
- Building a Survey Using StatCrunch

- Chapter 2
- Graphically Summarizing Qualitative Data_Tornadoes
- Graphically Summarizing Quantitative Data_Tornadoes

- Chapter 3
- Population Mean versus Sample Mean
- Standard Deviation as a Measure of Spread
- Numerically Summarizing Data_Tornadoes

- Chapter 4
- What Does It Mean to “Regress to the Mean?”

- Chapter 5
- Let’s Make a Deal
- Tennis Anyone?

- Chapter 7
- Fooled by Randomness
- Home Run Distances

- Chapter 8
- Using Real Data to Describe the Distribution of the Sample Mean: Approximately Normal Population
- Using Real Data to Describe the Distribution of the Sample Mean: Non-Normal Data
- Describing the Distribution of the Sample Proportion Using the Urn Applet

- Chapter 9
- Tips for a Taxi Ride

- Chapter 10
- Sensitivity and Specificity
- Computing the Power of the Test
- What is a
*P*-Value?

- Chapter 11
- Comparing Rental Car Prices

- Chapter 12
- COVID-19, Taxis, and Benford’s Law

- Chapter 13
- Lengths of Tornadoes

- Chapter 1
**Instructor Resource Guide**This guide provides an overview of every chapter, suggestions for presenting the material, and additional examples that you may use when developing your lectures. The Instructor Resource Guide is available under Instructor Resources.**Classroom Notes**Written by author Michael Sullivan and Heidi Lyne, the classroom notes may be used as a guideline in developing your lectures. Sullivan and Lyne make these notes available to their students and each student fills in the notes during class. The notes have examples different from those in the Interactive Assignment. Available under Instructor Resources.**Pre-built Learning Catalytics modules.**Learning Catalytics is a “bring your own device” web-based clicker system. The authors have written modules for each chapter of*Interactive Statistics*that you may use in your classroom. If you are interested in the Learning Catalytics modules, email either Michael Sullivan (sullystats@gmail.com) or George Woodbury (cosmath21@yahoo.com).