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An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics

Table of Contents

2015

Volume 23, Number 3 (November 2015)

Abstracts

Articles

Bryan R. Crissinger
The Effect of Distributed Practice in Undergraduate Statistics Homework Sets: A Randomized Trial

Bruce Dunham, Gaitri Yupa, and Eugenia Yu
Calibrating the Difficulty of an Assessment Tool: The Blooming of a Statistics Examination

A. Jonathan R. Godfrey and M. Theodor Loots
Advice from Blind Teachers on How to Teach Statistics to Blind Students

Brenna Haines
Conceptualizing a Framework for Advanced Placement Statistics Teaching Knowledge

Tomasz Kasprowicz and Jim Musumeci
Teaching Students Not to Dismiss the Outermost Observations in Regressions

Laura Taylor and Kirsten Doehler
Reinforcing Sampling Distributions through a Randomization-Based Activity for Introducing ANOVA

  Departments

Interviews with Statistics Educators

Allan Rossman and Deborah Nolan
Interview with Deborah Nolan

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2015

Research in K-12 Statistics Education

Peter K. Dunn, Margaret Marshman, Robert McDougall, and Aaron Wiegand
Teachers and Textbooks: On Statistical Definitions in Senior Secondary Mathematics

Dustin L. Jones, Megan Brown, Alisha Dunkle, Lindsay Hixon, Nicole Yoder, and Zach Silbernick
The Statistical Content of Elementary School Mathematics Textbooks

 

Acknowledgment of JSE Referees

 

Volume 23, Number 2 (July 2015)

Abstracts

Articles

Robert J. Erhardt and Michael P. Shuman
Assistive Technologies for Second-Year Statistics Students who are Blind

Lauren Hund and Christina Getrich
A Pilot Study of Short Computing Video Tutorials in a Graduate Public Health Biostatistics Course

David M. Lane
Simulations of the Sampling Disribution of the Mean Do Not Necessarily Mislead and Can Facilitate Learning

  Departments

Interviews with Statistics Educators

Allan Rossman and Ann Watkins
Interview with Ann Watkins

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2015

Megan Mocko and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?

Data Sets and Stories

J.S. Hardin, G. Sarkis, and P.C. URC
Network Analysis with the Enron Email Corpus

Ella Hartenian and Nicholas J. Horton
Rail Trails and Property Values: Is There an Association?

Albert Y. Kim and Adriana Escobedo-Land
OkCupid Data for Introductory Statistics and Data Science Courses

Jeff Witmer
How Much Do Minority Lives Matter?

Volume 23, Number 1 (March 2015)

Abstracts

Articles

Ellen Gundlach, K. Andrew R. Richards, David Nelson, and Chantal Levesque-Bristol
A Comparison of Student Attitudes, Statistical Reasoning, Performance, and Perceptions for Web-augmented Traditional, Fully Online, and Flipped Sections of a Statistical Literacy Class

Amy S. Nowacki
Teaching Statistics from the Operating Table: Minimally Invasive and Maximally Educational

Mary Shotwell and Charles H. Apigian
Student Performance and Success Factors in Learning Business Statistics in Online vs. On-ground Classes using a Web-Based Assessment Platform

  Departments

Interviews with Statistics Educators

Allan Rossman and George Cobb
Interview with George Cobb

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2014 and 2015

Camille Fairbourn and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?

Data Sets and Stories

Sean Bradley
Handwriting and Gender: A multi-use data set

Roger W. Johnson, Donna V. Kliche, and Paul L. Smith
Modeling Raindrop Size

Timothy S. Vaughan
Analysis of Thursday Night NFL Winning Margins

Research in K-12 Statistics Education

Stephanie A. Casey
Examining Student Conceptions of Covariation: A Focus on the Line of Best Fit

Leigh M. Harrell-Williams, M. Alejandra Sorto, Rebecca L. Pierce, Lawrence M. Lesser, and Teri J. Murphy
Identifying Statistical Concepts Associated with High and Low Levels of Self-Efficacy to Teach Statistics in Middle Grades

Letter to the Editor: Critical values for Pearson's second coefficient of skewness (from Robin de Nijs)

 

 


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