I'm a retired professor who taught statistics for many years. To be a good citizen these days, you have to know a little statistics, because many people will try to convince you of many things with statistics, and you need to be able to separate the truth from the lies.
What is your teaching philosophy?
I want you to understand how statistics works and what the logic behind it is. If you understand that, then it will be easy to learn new things because they will probably follow the logic of something you already know. You don't have to be good at math to learn statistics, but you do have to be able to think logically. If you just learn how to plug numbers into formulas, then you don't really know statistics.