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Teaching Statistics

Author : Andrew Gelman
ISBN : 9780191606991
Genre : Mathematics
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Students in the sciences, economics, psychology, social sciences, and medicine take introductory statistics. Statistics is increasingly offered at the high school level as well. However, statistics can be notoriously difficult to teach as it is seen by many students as difficult and boring, if not irrelevant to their subject of choice. To help dispel these misconceptions, Gelman and Nolan have put together this fascinating and thought-provoking book. Based on years of teaching experience the book provides a wealth of demonstrations, examples and projects that involve active student participation. Part I of the book presents a large selection of activities for introductory statistics courses and combines chapters such as, 'First week of class', with exercises to break the ice and get students talking; then 'Descriptive statistics' , collecting and displaying data; then follows the traditional topics - linear regression, data collection, probability and inference. Part II gives tips on what does and what doesn't work in class: how to set up effective demonstrations and examples, how to encourage students to participate in class and work effectively in group projects. A sample course plan is provided. Part III presents material for more advanced courses on topics such as decision theory, Bayesian statistics and sampling.

Teaching Statistics Using Baseball 2nd Edition

Author : James Albert
ISBN : 9781939512161
Genre : Mathematics
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This book illustrates basic methods of data analysis and probability models by means of baseball statistics collected on players and teams. The idea of the book is to describe statistical thinking in a context that will be familiar and interesting to students. The second edition of Teaching Statistics follows the same structure as the first edition, where the case studies and exercises have been replaced by modern players and teams, and the new types of baseball data from the PitchFX system and fangraphs.com are incorporated into the text.

A Guide To Teaching Statistics

Author : Michael R. Hulsizer
ISBN : 1444305247
Genre : Psychology
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A Guide to Teaching Statistics: Innovations and BestPractices addresses the critical aspects of teaching statisticsto undergraduate students, acting as an invaluable tool for bothnovice and seasoned teachers of statistics. Guidance on textbook selection, syllabus construction, andcourse outline Classroom exercises, computer applications, and Internetresources designed to promote active learning Tips for incorporating real data into course content Recommendations on integrating ethics and diversity topics intostatistics education Strategies to assess student's statistical literacy, thinking,and reasoning skills Additional material online at ahref="http://www.teachstats.org/"www.teachstats.org/a

Teaching Statistics

Author : Thomas L. Moore (Ph. D.)
ISBN : 0883851628
Genre : Mathematics
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A recent survey showed that for every student taking a statistics course in a statistics department, more than three take such a course in a mathematics department, but many math departments have no statistician on staff. This instructor's manual was originally intended as a companion volume to math-teacher workshops that addressed the issue, but it may also be helpful to experienced teachers of statistics at the undergraduate or secondary level. It includes classic and original articles on various aspects of statistical education as well as descriptions of innovative projects. The text has no subject index. c. Book News Inc.

Teaching Statistics In School Mathematics Challenges For Teaching And Teacher Education

Author : Carmen Batanero
ISBN : 940071131X
Genre : Education
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Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics-Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education results from the Joint ICMI/IASE Study Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics: Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education. Oriented to analyse the teaching of statistics in school and to recommend improvements in the training of mathematics teachers to encourage success in preparing statistically literate students, the volume provides a picture of the current situation in both the teaching of school statistics and the pre-service education of mathematics teachers. A primary goal of Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics-Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education is to describe the essential elements of statistics, teacher’s professional knowledge and their learning experiences. Moreover, a research agenda that invites new research, while building from current knowledge, is developed. Recommendations about strategies and materials, available to train prospective teachers in university and in-service teachers who have not been adequately prepared, are also accessible to the reader.

Topics From Australian Conferences On Teaching Statistics

Author : Helen MacGillivray
ISBN : 9781493906031
Genre : Mathematics
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The first OZCOTS conference in 1998 was inspired by papers contributed by Australians to the 5th International Conference on Teaching Statistics. In 2008, as part of the program of one of the first National Senior Teaching Fellowships, the 6th OZCOTS was held in conjunction with the Australian Statistical Conference, with Fellowship keynotes and contributed papers, optional refereeing and proceedings. This venture was so successful that the 7th and 8th OZCOTS were similarly run, conjoined with Australian Statistical Conferences in 2010 and 2012. Authors of papers from these OZCOTS conferences were invited to develop chapters for refereeing and inclusion in this volume. There are sections on keynote topics, undergraduate curriculum and learning, professional development, postgraduate learning, and papers from OZCOTS 2012. Because OZCOTS aim to unite statisticians and statistics educators, the approaches this volume takes are immediately relevant to all who have a vested interest in good teaching practices. Globally, statistics as a discipline, statistical pedagogy and statistics in academia and industry are all critically important to the modern information society. This volume addresses these roles within the wider society as well as questions that are specific to the discipline itself. Other chapters share research on learning and teaching statistics in interdisciplinary work and student preparation for futures in academia, government and industry.

Handbook For Teaching Statistics And Research Methods

Author : Mark E. Ware
ISBN : 9781317759348
Genre : Psychology
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This volume presents a collection of articles selected from Teaching of Psychology, sponsored by APA Division 2. It contains the collective experience of teachers who have successfully dealt with students' statistics anxiety, resistance to conducting literature reviews, and related problems. For those who teach statistics or research methods courses to undergraduate or graduate students in psychology, education, and the social sciences, this book provides many innovative strategies for teaching a variety of methodological concepts and procedures in statistics and research methods courses.

Teaching Statistics

Author : Darren Macey
ISBN : 1108406300
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Statistics has developed in parallel with the advances of technological and social change. Informed by the work of the Cambridge Mathematics team, this book outlines a new pedagogical approach to teaching statistics. It frames the interconnectedness of the subject around the experiences that students should have, rather than the specific techniques required. The book provides numerous examples and suggestions that teachers can incorporate in the classroom to help improve the way students understand statistics.

Best Practices In Teaching Statistics And Research Methods In The Behavioral Sciences

Author : Dana S. Dunn
ISBN : 9781135598303
Genre : Business & Economics
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This book provides a showcase for "best practices" in teaching statistics and research methods in two- and four-year colleges and universities. A helpful resource for teaching introductory, intermediate, and advanced statistics and/or methods, the book features coverage of: ways to integrate these courses how to promote ethical conduct how to create writing intensive programs novel tools and activities to get students involved strategies for teaching online courses and computer applications guidance on how to create and maintain helpful web resources assessment advice to help demonstrate that students are learning tips on linking diversity to research methodology. This book appeals to veteran and novice educators and graduate students who teach research methods and/or statistics in psychology and other behavioral sciences and serves as an excellent resource in related faculty workshops. A CD with activities that readers can customize is included.

Proceedings Of The First International Conference On Teaching Statistics University Of Sheffield 9 13 August 1982

Author : D. R. Grey
ISBN : 0946554021
Genre : Statistics
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The second volume of these conference proceedings includes 35 papers presented under seven topic headings. The topic headings are: (1) education and training in statistics in developing countries; (2) co-operation between academic and practicing statisticians; (3) teaching survey sampling; (4) teaching design and analysis of experiments; (5) training industrial practitioners; (6) principles of learning probability and statistics (including papers examining children's choice behavior in probabilistic situations, a survey of probability concepts in 3000 students aged 11-16 years, teaching probability and statistics so as to overcome some misconceptions, and the role of explanation in teaching elementary probability); and (7) the teaching of agricultural statistics (which includes a single paper on training of personnel for agricultural statistics in Jordan). Like the papers in the first volume, these papers provide a summary of the situation in statistical education around the world and point the way to future developments. (JN)

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