| Why do we avoid teaching this section? And when we teach it, why do we teach it like everything else? This section could be interesting, if we think out of out of the box. |

That being said, Robyn and I did not talk about anything ground breaking. We spoke about how to teach the different sections and suggested tools and explanations to use.

Good teaching is good teaching. It can just be more interesting with examples that extend further than the standard textbook stuff.

Would you like some teaching ideas? Why don't you look at some of these links:

Would you like some teaching ideas? Why don't you look at some of these links:

- A list of resources explaining probability.

- An amusing video to introduce probability.

- A PDF note on probability.

- A series of problems that introduce how to calculate probability.

- Explanation of probability and how to do calculations.

- A textbook note on relative frequency.

- A YouTube clip on relative frequency.

- A note explaining Venn diagrams.

- Practice questions on Venn diagrams.

- An interactive Venn diagram which allows the user to sort shapes.

- Wikipedia note on complementary events.

- A note of complementary events and odds in probability.

- A YouTube clip showing probability, complement of an event, independent and dependent events.

- A note explaining inclusive and exclusive events

- A note on addition rules for probability

Let's take a look at Robyn's slides.

Well, we're almost done here. Just remember, if you want to brush up on your content knowledge, take a look at the Mindset Learn website.

Until next time, happy teaching!

Until next time, happy teaching!