Teaching Psychology Statistics is daunting. It is effectively an applied mathematics course focused a single topic, psychology. The school's data has shown that when students come to EMCC underprepared, it is likely to be in mathematics. Thus, student success in math often requires intense support- emotional and intellectual- by both peers and instructors: guided practice, and lots of immediate feedback on the process of turning a large set of numbers into a meaningful narrative. Though all of these are a challenge for online instruction, I chose to focus on the last issue: helping students get rapid, automatic feedback using a statistics software tool for active learning. To accomplish this goal, I will be creating screencasts and exercises demonstrating the use of StatCrunch for all activities. I will be measuring student success in two ways: 1) Course retention relative to face-to-face courses, and 2) graded performance, which include both pre-tests and post-tests of the material.