This is where I’ll dump some material I use or refer to for teaching purposes.


Jim Hodges, at UMN, has some great advice on common constructions used in technical writing that take up a surprising amount of space, and how these can be replaced with simpler, clearer, or more direct alternatives. It starts on page 7


Jim Hodges also has a pretty cogent, understandable little discussion of the logic and reasoning behind permutation tests.