An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics

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Volume 22, Number 3 (November 2014)
Articles
Emily Casleton, Amy Beyler, Ulrike Genschel, and Alyson Wilson
A Pilot Study Teaching Metrology in an Introductory Statistics Course
Sharleen Forbes
Using Action Research to Develop a Course in Statistical Inference for Workplacebased Adults
Lawrence M. Lesser, Amy E. Wagler, and Prosper Abormegah
Finding a Happy Median:
Another Balance Representation for Measures of Center
Kendra K. Schmid, Erin E. Blankenship, April T. Kerby, Jennifer L. Green, and Wendy M. Smith
The Development and Evolution of an Introductory Statistics Course for InService MiddleLevel Mathematics Teachers
Ann E. Watkins, Anna Bargagliotti, and Christine Franklin
Simulation of the Sampling Distribution of the Mean Can Mislead
Jennifer R. Winquist and Kieth A. Carlson
Flipped Statistics Class Results: Better Performance Than Lecture Over One Year Later
Departments
Interviews
with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Josh Tabor
Interview with Josh Tabor
Teaching
Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education
Articles from 2014
Megan Mocko and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Research in K12 Statistics Education
Randall E. Groth
Using Work Samples from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) to Design Tasks that Assess Statistical Knowledge for Teaching
Dustin L. Jones and Tim Jacobbe
An Analysis of the Statistical Content in Textbooks for Prospective Elementary Teachers
Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 22, Number 2 (July 2014)
Articles
David Kahle
Animating Statistics: A New Kind of Applet for Exploring Probability Distributions
Jennifer J. Kaplan, John G. Gabrosek, Phyllis Curtiss, and Chris Malone
Investigating student understanding of histograms
Larry Ludlow and Kelsey Klein
Suppressor Variables: The Difference between 'Is' versus 'Acting As'
Jennifer Noll and Sashi Sharma
Qualitative metaanalysis on the Hospital Task: Implications for Research
Shaun S. Wulff and Timothy J. Robinson
What is the probability you are a Bayesian?
Departments
Interviews
with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Jessica Utts
Interview with Jessica Utts
Teaching
Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education
Articles from 2014
Camille Fairbourn and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data
Sets and Stories
Nancy Carter, Nathan Felton, and Neil Schwertman
A Classroom Investigation of the Effect of Population Size and Income on Success in the London 2012 Olympics
Paul J. Laumakis and Kevin McCormack
Analyzing Exercise Training Effect and Its Impact on Cardiorespiratory and Cardiovascular Fitness
Research in K12 Statistics Education
Sharleen Forbes
The coming of age of statistics education in New Zealand, and its influence internationally
Richard L. Scheaffer and Tim Jacobbe
Statistics Education in the K12 Schools of the United States:
A Brief History
Volume 22, Number 1 (March 2014)
Articles
Caroline Brophy and Lukas Hahn
Engaging Students in a Large Lecture: An Experiment using Sudoku Puzzles
Sema A. Kalaian and Rafa M. Kasim
A Metaanalytic Review of Studies of the Effectiveness of SmallGroup Learning Methods on Statistics Achievement
Eiki Satake and Amy Vashlishan Murray
Teaching an Application of Bayes' Rule for Legal DecisionMaking: Measuring the Strength of Evidence
Amanda Williams
An Exploration of Preference for Numerical Information in Relation to Math SelfConcept and Statistics Anxiety in a Graduate Statistics Course
Departments
Interviews
with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Ron Wasserstein
Interview with Ron Wasserstein
Teaching
Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education
Articles from 2013 and 2014
Megan Mocko and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data
Sets and Stories
Stanley A. Taylor and Amy E. Mickel
Simpson's Paradox: A Data Set and Discrimination Case Study Exercise
Volume 21, Number 3 (November 2013)
Articles
Brad Bailey, Dianna J. Spence, and Robb Sinn
Implementation of Discovery Projects in Statistics
Jennifer L. Green and Erin E. Blankenship
Primarily Statistics: Developing an Introductory Statistics Course for Preservice Elementary Teachers
Aisling M. Leavy, Ailish Hannigan, and Olivia Fitzmaurice
If you're doubting yourself then, what's the fun in that? An exploration of why prospective secondary mathematics teachers perceive statistics as difficult
Departments
Interviews
with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Christine Franklin
Interview with Christine Franklin
Teaching
Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education
Articles from 2013
Mark Werner and Michael Ernst
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data
Sets and Stories
Alison L. Gibbs and Emery T. Goossens
The Evidence for Efficacy of HPV Vaccines: Investigations in Categorical Data Analysis
Ananda B. W. Manage and Stephen M. Scariano
An Introductory Application of Principal Components to Cricket Data
Abstracts
Articles
E.
Jacquelin Dietz, John Gabrosek,
William Notz, and Thomas H. Short
Celebrating 20 Years of the Journal of
Statistics Education
George Cobb
What might a twentyyear old conference
tell us about the future of our profession?
Joan Garfield
Cooperative Learning Revisited: From an Instructional Method to a Way
of Life
Amy G. Froelich and Dan Nettleton
Does my baby really look
like me? Using Tests for Resemblance Between Parent and Child to Teach Topics
in Categorical Data Analysis
M. Ryan Haley
The “Core Concepts Plus” Paradigm for
Creating an Electronic Textbook for Introductory Business and Economic
Statistics
Departments
Interviews
with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman, E. Jacquelin
Dietz, and David Moore
Interview with David Moore
Teaching
Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education
Articles from 2013
Camille Fairbourn and Megan Mocko
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data
Sets and Stories
George Ehrhardt
The NotsoRandom Drunkard’s Walk
Amy G. Froelich and W. Robert
Stephenson
Does eye color depend on gender? It Might Depend on Who or How you Ask
Volume 21, Number 1 (March 2013)
Abstracts
Articles
Kirsten Doehler, Laura Taylor, and Jessalyn
Smith
A Study of Faculty Views of Statistics and
Student Preparation Beyond an Introductory Class
Fusun F. Gonul and Roger A. Solano
Innovative Teaching: An Empirical Study of
ComputerAided Instruction in Quantitative Business Courses
Lawrence M.
Lesser, Amitra A. Wall, Robert H. Carver, Dennis K.
Pearl, Nadia Martin, Shonda Kuiper, Michael A.
Posner, Patricia Erickson, ShuMin Liao, Jim
Albert, and John J. Weber III
Using Fun in the Statistics Classroom: An
Exploratory Study of College Instructors' Hesitations and Motivations
Amy S. Nowacki
Data Sharing and the Development of the Cleveland
Clinic Statistical Education Dataset Repository
Kady Schneiter and Jurgen
Symanzik
An Applet for the Investigation of Simpson's
Paradox
Todd A.
Schwartz
Teaching Principles of OneWay Analysis of
Variance Using M&M's Candy
Jacqueline Wroughton and Tarah Cole
Distinguishing Between Binomial, Hypergeometric and Negative Binomial Distributions
Departments
Interviews with
Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Mike Shaughnessy
Interview with Mike Shaughnessy
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles
from 2012 and 2013
Megan Mocko and Camille Fairbourn
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data Sets and Stories
Peter K. Dunn
Comparing the Lifetimes of Two Brands of Batteries
Gary Witt
Using Data from Climate Science to Teach Introductory
Statistics
Research on K12
Statistics Education
Tim Jacobbe
Department of Research on K12 Statistics
Education
Letter to the
Editor (from Lawrence M. Lesser)
Rejoinder
to Letter from the Editor (from Lawrence V. Fulton, Francis A. Mendez,
Nathaniel D. Bastian, and R. Muzaffer Musal)
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2012
Volume 20, Number 3 (November
2012)
Abstracts
Articles
Anna E. Bargagliotti
How well do the NSF Funded Elementary Mathematics Curricula align
with the GAISE report recommendations?
Lawrence V. Fulton, Francis A. Mendez, Nathaniel D. Bastian, and R. Muzaffer Musal
Confusion Between Odds and Probability, a Pandemic?
Lawrence M. Leemis, Daniel J. Luckett, Austin G. Powell, and Peter E. Vermeer
Univariate Probability Distributions
Amy L. Phelps
Stepping from servicelearning to SERVICELEARNING pedagogy
Roger Woodard and Herle McGowan
Redesigning a Large Introductory Course to Incorporate the
GAISE Guidelines
Departments
Interviews with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Michelle Everson
Interview with Michelle Everson
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2012
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data Sets and Stories
Darcie A.P. Delzell
African Conflict and Climate Data for an Undergraduate
Research Project
Constance H. McLaren
Using the Height and Shoe Size Data to Introduce
Correlation and Regression
Letter from the Outgoing Editor
Acknowledgement of JSE Referees
Volume 20, Number 2 (July 2012)
Abstracts
Articles
W. John Braun
Naive Analysis of Variance
Robert E. Burks and Michael J. Jaye
The Price is Right Again
Jamis J. Perrett
A Case Study on Teaching the Topic "Experimental Unit" and How it is Presented
in Advanced Placement Statistics Textbooks
Svetlana Tishkovskaya and Gillian A. Lancaster
Statistical Education in the 21^{st} Century:
a Review of Challenges, Teaching Innovations and Strategies for Reform
Jacqueline Wroughton and Joseph Nolan
Pinochle Poker: An Activity for Counting and Probability
Departments
Interviews with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Roxy Peck
Interview with Roxy Peck
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2012
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Volume 20, Number 1 (March 2012)
Abstracts
Articles
Eleanor M. Pullenayegum, Qing Guo, and Robert B. Hopkins
Developing critical thinking about reporting of
Bayesian analyses
Gregory P. Samsa, Laine Thomas, Linda S. Lee, and Edward M. Neal
An Active Learning Approach to Teach Advanced Multipredictor Modeling
Concepts to Clinicians
Andrew Zieffler, Jiyoon Park, Joan Garfield, Robert delMas, and Audbjorg Bjornsdottir
The Statistics Teaching Inventory: A Survey on Statistics Teachers'
Classroom Practices and Beliefs
From Research to Practice
Katherine St. Clair and Laura Chihara
TeamBased Learning in a Statistical Literacy Class
Departments
Interviews with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Dick Scheaffer
Interview with Dick Scheaffer
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2011 and 2012
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data Sets and Stories
Peter K. Dunn
Assessing claims made by a pizza chain
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2011
Volume 19, Number 3 (November
2011)
Abstracts
Articles
David Afshartous and Richard A. Preston
Key Results of Interaction Models With Centering
Lawrence M. Lesser and Kerrie Kephart
Setting the Tone: A Discursive Case Study of ProblemBased
Inquiry Learning to Start a Graduate Statistics Course for InService Teachers
Amy S. Nowacki
Using the 4MAT Framework to Design a Problembased Learning
Biostatistics Course
Ivan P. Ramler and Jessica L. Chapman
Introducing Statistical Research to Undergraduate Mathematical
Statistics Students using the Guitar Hero Video Game Series
Departments
Interviews with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Joan Garfield
Interview with Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2011
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data Sets and Stories
Dean De Cock
Ames, Iowa: Alternative to the Boston Housing
Data as an End of Semester Regression Project
JSE Tribute to Martha Aliaga
Letter to the Editor: Further comments and conceptualizations regarding
the mean (from Lawrence M. Lesser)
Acknowledgement of JSE Referees
Volume 19, Number 2 (July 2011)
Abstracts
Articles
Pip Arnold, Maxine Pfannkuch, Chris J. Wild, Matt Regan, and Stephanie Budgett
Enhancing Students' Inferential Reasoning: From HandsOn To "Movies"
Robert Dawson
How Significant Is A Boxplot Outlier?
David P. Doane and Lori E. Seward
Measuring Skewness: A Forgotten Statistic?
Herle M. McGowan
Planning a Comparative Experiment in Educational Settings
Jamie D. Mills and Dheeraj Raju
Teaching Statistics Online: A Decade's Review of the Literature About What Works
Andrew C. Titman and Gillian A. Lancaster
Personal Response Systems For Teaching Postgraduate Statistics To Small Groups
Nicholas N. Watier, Claude Lamontagne, and Sylvain Chartier
What does the mean mean?
Departments
Interviews with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman
Introduction to Interviews with Statistics Educators
Allan Rossman and Jackie Dietz
Interview with Jackie Dietz
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2011
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's new with CAUSEWeb and MERLOT?
Volume 19, Number 1 (March 2011)
Abstracts
Articles
Kieth A. Carlson and Jennifer R. Winquist
Evaluating an active learning approach to teaching introductory statistics:
A classroom workbook approach
Stephen E. Hill and Shane J. Schvaneveldt
Using Statistical Process Control Charts to Identify the Steroids Era in
Major League Baseball: An Educational Exercise
John Lawson, Pankaj Aggarwal, Thomas Leininger, and Kenneth Fairchild
Characterizing Variability in Smestad and Gratzel’s Nanocrystalline Solar Cells: A
Collaborative Learning Experience in Experimental Design
Nathan Tintle, Jill VanderStoep, VickiLynn Holmes, Brooke Quisenberry, and Todd Swanson
Development and assessment of a preliminary randomizationbased
introductory statistics curriculum
Pedro M. ValeroMora and Rubén D. Ledesma
Using Interactive Graphics to Teach Multivariate Data Analysis
to Psychology Students
Thomas Walsh, Jr.
Implementing Project Based Survey Research Skills to Grade Six
ELP Students with The Survey Toolkit and TinkerPlots®
Jason Wilson, Joshua Lawman, Rachael Murphy, and Marissa Nelson
A Comprehensive Probability Project for the Upper Division OneSemester
Probability Course Using Yahtzee
From Research to Practice
Jimmie Leppink, Nick J. Broers, Tjaart Imbos, Cees P. M. van der Vleuten, and Martijn P. F. Berger
Exploring task and studentrelated factors in the method of propositional manipulation (MPM)
M. Leigh Lunsford and Phillip Poplin
From Research to Practice: Basic Mathematics Skills and Success in Introductory Statistics
Departments
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2010 and 2011
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's new with CAUSEWeb and MERLOT?
Data Sets and Stories
Letter from the Data Sets and Stories Editor  Dex Whittinghill originally in Nov. 2010 issue
Christopher E. Barat, Courtney Wright, and Betty Chou
Examining Potential Predictors for Completion of the Gardasil Vaccine
Sequence Based on Data Gathered at Clinics of Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions
Concetta A. DePaolo and David F. Robinson
Café Data
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2010
Volume 18, Number 3 (November 2010)
Abstracts
Articles
Jameel AlAziz, Nicolas Christou, and Ivo D. Dinov
SOCR Motion Charts: An Efficient, OpenSource, Interactive
and Dynamic Applet for Visualizing Longitudinal Multivariate Data
Stefano Barone and Eva Lo Franco
TESF Methodology for Statistics Education Improvement
Simin Hall and Eric Vance
Improving Selfefficacy in Statistics: Role of
Selfexplanation & Feedback
Bridget Hiedemann and Stacey M. Jones
Learning Statistics at the Farmers Market?
A Comparison of Academic Service Learning and Case Studies in an Introductory
Statistics Course
Mary Louise Metz
Using GAISE and NCTM Standards as Frameworks for Teaching Probability
and Statistics to PreService Elementary and Middle School Mathematics Teachers
Jamis J. Perrett
The Benefits of Using a Course Disk to Aid in the Instruction of
Statistics Courses
Lutong Zhou and W. John Braun
Fun With the R Grid Package
From Research to Practice
Franklin Dexter, Danielle Masursky, Ruth E. Wachtel, and Nancy A. Nussmeier
Application of an Online Reference for Reviewing
Basic Statistical Principles of Operating Room Management
Departments
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Concetta A. DePaolo
The STATATTIC Website: Links to Statistics Applets for Introductory Courses
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2010
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Data Sets and Stories
Letter from the Data Sets and Stories Editor  Dex Whittinghill
Jim Albert
Baseball Data at Season, PlaybyPlay, and
PitchbyPitch Levels
Michael A. Rotondi
To Ski or Not to Ski:
Estimating Transition Matrices to Predict Tomorrow’s Snowfall Using Real Data
Weiwen Miao
Did the Results of Promotion Exams Have a Disparate
Impact on Minorities?  Using Statistical Evidence in Ricci v. DeStefano
Acknowledgement of JSE Referees
Volume 18, Number 2 (July 2010)
Abstracts
Articles
Carine A. Bellera, Marilyse Julien, and James A. Hanley
Normal Approximations to the Distributions of the Wilcoxon
Statistics: Accurate to What N? Graphical Insights
Linda L. Cooper and Felice S. Shore
The Effects of Data and Graph Type on Concepts and Visualizations of Variability
Sean Duffy
Random Numbers Demonstrate the Frequency of Type I Errors:
Three Spreadsheets for Class Instruction
Felicity B. Enders, Sarah Jenkins, and Verna Hoverman
Calibrated Peer Review for Interpreting Linear Regression Parameters:
Results from a Graduate Course
Martin Griffiths
Maximizing a probability: A student workshop on an application
of continuous distributions
Jennifer Kaplan, Diane G. Fisher, and Neal T. Rogness
Lexical Ambiguity in Statistics: How students
use and define the words: association, average, confidence, random and
spread
Steven D. LeMire
An Argument Framework for the Application of Null
Hypothesis Statistical Testing in Support of Research
Josh Tabor
Investigating the Investigative Task: Testing for Skewness.
An Investigation of Different Test Statistics and their Power to Detect Skewness
Aaron Weinberg, Emilie Wiesner, and Thomas J. Pfaff
Using Informal Inferential Reasoning to Develop Formal Concepts:
Analyzing an Activity
Amanda S. Williams
Statistics Anxiety and Instructor Immediacy
Departments
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2009 and 2010
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Teaching Bits: PointCounterpoint
Deborah J. Rumsey
Teaching Bits: Random Thoughts on Teaching.
Rejoinder to "Let's Just Eliminate the Variance"
Michael M. Granaas' March 2010 Teaching
Bit Response: Keep Teaching the Variance
Deborah J. Rumsey's November 2009 Teaching
Bit: Random Thoughts on Teaching: Let's Just Eliminate the Variance
Volume 18, Number 1 (March 2010)
Abstracts
Articles
DeWayne R. Derryberry, Sue B. Schou, and W. J. Conover
Teaching RankBased Tests by Emphasizing Structural Similarities to
Corresponding Parametric Tests
Thomas A. DeVaney
Anxiety and Attitude of Graduate Students in OnCampus vs. Online Statistics Courses
T. Lynn Eudey, Joshua D. Kerr, and Bruce E. Trumbo
Using R to Simulate Permutation Distributions for
Some Elementary Experimental Designs
Dennis Gilliland and Vince Melfi
A Note on Confidence Interval Estimation and Margin of Error
Randall E. Groth
Interactions among knowledge, beliefs, and goals in framing a qualitative
study in statistics education
Farida Kachapova and Ilias Kachapov
Orthogonal Projection in Teaching Regression and Financial Mathematics
Zipora Libman
Integrating RealLife Data Analysis in Teaching Descriptive Statistics:
A Constructivist Approach
David L. Neumann, Michelle M. Neumann, and Michelle Hood
The development and evaluation of a survey that makes use of student data
to teach statistics
Maxine Pfannkuch, Matt Regan, Chris Wild, and Nicholas J. Horton
Telling Data Stories: Essential Dialogues for Comparative Reasoning
David Weltman and Mary Whiteside
Comparing the Effectiveness of Traditional and Active Learning Methods in Business Statistics:
Convergence to the Mean
Departments
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2009
Michelle Everson and Ellen Gundlach
Teaching Bits: What’s New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?
Teaching Bits: PointCounterpoint
Michael M. Granaas
Teaching Bit Response: Keep Teaching the Variance
Deborah J. Rumsey
Rejoinder in July issue
Datasets and Stories
M. Leigh Lunsford and Alix D. Dowling Fink
Water Taste Test Data
Letter to the Editor: A design by any other name…
(from Michael F.W. Festing)
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2009
Volume 17, Number 3 (November 2009)
Abstracts
Articles
Samantha C. Bates Prins
StudentCentered Instruction In A Theoretical Statistics Course
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Dimitris Ghinis, Konstantinos Korres, and Sotiris Bersimis
Difficulties Greek Senior High School Students Identify in Learning and the Teaching of Statistics:
The Case of Experimental and Private High Schools
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Jeffrey J. Green, Courtenay C. Stone, Abera Zegeye, and Thomas A. Charles
How Much Math Do Students Need to Succeed in Business and Economics Statistics? An Ordered Probit
Analysis
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Melinda Miller Holt and Stephen M. Scariano
Mean, Median and Mode from a Decision Perspective
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pdf version
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Thomas Jaki
Recording Lectures as a Service in a Service Course
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pdf version
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Jennifer J. Kaplan, Diane G. Fisher, and Neal T. Rogness
Lexical Ambiguity in Statistics: What Do Students Know about the Words Association, Average,
Confidence, Random and Spread?
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pdf version
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Thomas J. Pfaff and Aaron Weinberg
Do HandsOn Activities Increase Student Understanding?: A Case Study
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pdf version
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Eleanor M. Pullenayegum and Lehana Thabane
Teaching Bayesian Statistics in a Health Research Methodology Program
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pdf version
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NingZhong Shi, Xuming He, and Jian Tao
Understanding Statistics and Statistics Education: A Chinese Perspective
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pdf version
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Jeffrey C. Sklar and Rebecca Zwick
Multimedia Presentations in Educational Measurement and Statistics: Design Considerations and
Instructional Approaches
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pdf version
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Departments
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2009
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pdf version
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Deborah J. Rumsey
Random Thoughts on Teaching: Let's Just Eliminate the Variance
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pdf version
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Acknowledgement of JSE Referees
Volume 17, Number 2 (July 2009)
Abstracts
Articles
Nick J. Broers
Using Propositions for the Assessment of Structural Knowledge of Statistics
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Ana Elisa Castro Sotos, Stijn Vanhoof, Wim Van den Noortgate, and Patrick Onghena
How Confident are Students in their Misconceptions about Hypothesis Tests?
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Martin Dempster and Noleen K. McCorry
The Role of Previous Experience and Attitudes toward Statistics in Statistics Assessment Outcomes
among Undergraduate Psychology Students
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Joan Garfield and Michelle Everson
Preparing Teachers of Statistics: A Graduate Course for Future Teachers
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pdf version
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Teresa Jacobson, Josh James, and Neil C. Schwertman
An Example of Using Linear Regression of Seasonal Weather Patterns to Enhance Undergraduate Learning
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Sytse Knypstra
Teaching Statistics in an Activity Encouraging Format
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Leigh Lawton
An Exercise for Illustrating the Logic of Hypothesis Testing
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pdf version
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Dean Nelson
Using Simple Linear Regression to Assess the Success of the Montreal Protocol in Reducing
Atmospheric Chlorofluorocarbons
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pdf version
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Judy M Simpson, Philip Ryan, John B Carlin, Lyle Gurrin, and Ian Marschner
Training a New Generation of Biostatisticians: A Successful Consortium Model
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Michelle Sisto
Can you Explain that in Plain English? Making Statistics Group Projects Work in a Multicultural
Setting
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pdf version
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Paul Stephenson, Mary Richardson, John Gabrosek, and Diann Reischman
How LO Can You GO? Using the Dicebased Golf Game GOLO to Illustrate Inferences on Proportions
and Discrete Probability Distributions
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pdf version
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Yonghong Jade Xu, Katrina A. Meyer, and Dianne D. Morgan
A Mixedmethods Assessment of Using an Online Commercial Tutoring System to Teach Introductory
Statistics
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pdf version
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From Research to Practice
David L. Neumann, Michelle Hood, and Michelle M. Neumann
Statistics? You Must Be Joking: The Application and Evaluation of Humor when Teaching Statistics
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pdf version
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Departments
Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Audbjorg Bjornsdottir and Joan Garfield
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2009
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pdf version
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Deborah J. Rumsey
Random Thoughts on Teaching: It's Amazing What You Don't Have to Tell Them
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Law of Large Numbers: the Theory, Applications and Technologybased Education
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Teaching Inference for Randomized Experiments
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Effect of Belief Bias on the Development of Undergraduate Students' Reasoning about Inference
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The Interplay Between Spoken Language and Informal Definitions of Statistical Concepts
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Teaching, Learning and Assessing Statistical Problem Solving
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Enhancing Dependent Sample Analyses with Graphics
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An Intuitive Graphical Approach to Understanding the SplitPlot Experiment
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Representations of Internationalisation in Statistics Education
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Statistical Power Analysis with Microsoft Excel: Normal Tests for One or Two Means as
a Prelude to Using NonCentral Distributions to Calculate Power
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Educational Statistics Authentic Learning CAPSULES: Community Action Projects for
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Teaching Statistics in Integration with Psychology
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Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2008
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Random Thoughts on Teaching: Watching Our Language When We
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Enhancing the Teaching of Statistics:
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Customized Content Delivery for Graduate
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Functional Fun in Statistics Teaching:
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A Spreadsheet Tool for Learning the Multiple
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Studying Student Benefits of Assigning
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Introduction to Mulitple Regression:
How Much is Your Car Worth?
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A Random Sample of Wake County,
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Linda L. Cooper and Felice S. Shore
Students' Misconceptions in Interpreting
Center and Variability of Data Represented via Histograms and Stemandleaf
Plots
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Ivo D. Dinov, Nicolas Christou, and Juana Sanchez
Central Limit Theorem: New SOCR Applet and
Demonstration Activity
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Amy G. Froelich, W. Robert Stephenson, and William M. Duckworth
Assessment of Materials for Engaging
Students in Statistical Discovery
( pdf version )
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Introductory Statistics Education and
the National Science Foundation
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Undergraduate Statistics Education the
National Science Foundation
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and Eleanor Pullenayegum
Developing a Biostatistical Collaboration
Course in a Health Science Research Methodology Program
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Truth, Damn Truth, and Statistics
( pdf version )
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What Does Research Suggest About the Teaching
and Learning of Introductory Statistics at the College Level? A Review
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From Research to Practice
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The Gumball Machine: Linking Research and
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Bus Arrivals and Bunching
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Naomi Brownstein and Marianna Pensky
Application of Transformations in Parametric
Inference
( pdf version )
Lisa J. Carnell
The Effect of a StudentDesigned Data
Collection Project on Attitudes Toward Statistics
( pdf version )
Lovleen Kumar Grover and Raini Mehra
The Lure of Statistics in Data Mining:
A Review
( pdf version )
Peter P. Howley
Keeping It Real, Keeping Them Interested
and Keeping It in Their Minds
( pdf version )
Robert W. Jernigan
A Photographic View of Cumulative Distribution
Functions
( pdf version )
Carol S. Parke
Reasoning and Communicating in the Language
of Statistics
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A Comparison of ComputerAssisted Instruction
and the Traditional Method of Teaching Basic Statistics
( pdf version )
Cary J. Roseth, Joan B. Garfield, and Dani BenZvi
Collaboration in Learning and Teaching
Statistics
( pdf version )
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Volume 15, Number 3 (November 2007)
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KB Boomer, Neal Rogness, and Brian Jersky
Statistical Consulting Courses for Undergraduates:
Fortune or Folly?
( pdf version )
Hillary Green
Grapharti: A New Visual Summary
of Data
( pdf version )
M. Ryan Haley, Marianne F. Johnson, and Eric W. Kuennen
Student and Professor Gender Effects
in Introductory Business Statistics
( pdf version )
Daniel R. Jeske, Scott M. Lesch, and Hongjie Deng
The Merging of Statistics Education, Consulting
and Research: A Case Study
( pdf version )
David A. Rolls
Large Deviations: Advanced Probability
for Undergrads
( pdf version )
David I. Warton
How Many Words Do You Know? An Integrated
Assessment Task for Introductory Statistics Students
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Lies and Statistics
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Is a Basketball Freethrow
Sequence Nonrandom? A Group Exercise for Undergraduate Statistics
Students
( pdf version )
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Volume 15, Number 2 (July 2007)
Abstracts
Articles
Singfat Chu
Some Initiatives in a Business Forecasting
Course
( pdf version )
Nilupa S. Gunaratna, Craig A. Johnson, and John R. Stevens
ServiceLearning for Graduate Students
through a Studentrun Consulting Program
( pdf version )
Debra L. Hydorn
Community ServiceLearning in Statistics:
Course Design and Assessment
( pdf version )
Gary D. Kader and Mike Perry
Variability for Categorical Variables
( pdf version )
Eric D. Nordmoe
ServiceLearning in Introductory Statistics
at Kalamazoo College
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The Availability Heuristic: A Redux
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From Research to Practice
Joy Jordan
The Application of Statistics Education
Research in My Classroom
( pdf version )
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Spotlight on Chance News
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Jack E. Matson and Brian R. Huguenard
Evaluating Aptness of a Regression
Model
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Volume 15, Number 1 (March 2007)
Abstracts
Articles
Lawrence M. Lesser
Critical Values and Transforming Data:
Teaching Statistics with Social Justice
( pdf version )
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Christopher H. Morrell and Richard E. Auer
Trashball: A Logistic Regression Classroom
Activity
( pdf version )
Alice Richardson
An Active Tutorial on Distance Sampling
( pdf version )
John A. Shanks
Probability in Action: the Red Traffic
Light
( pdf version )
Stefan H. Steiner, Michael Hamada, Bethany J. Giddings White, Vadim
Kutsyy, Sofia Mosesova, and Geoffrey Salloum
A Bubble Mixture Experiment Project for
Use in an Advanced Design of Experiments Class
( pdf version )
Announcing a New Department for the Journal of Statistics Education
and a Call for Papers
Jackie Miller
From Research to Practice
( pdf version )
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Teaching Bits is Back!
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Modeling Rare Baseball Events
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Articles
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Classroom Research: Assessment of Student
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Theorem in PostCalculus Probability and Statistics Classes
Stijn Vanhoof, Ana Elisa Castro Sotos, Patrick Onghena, Lieven Vershaffel,
Wim Van Dooren, Wim Van den Noortgate
Attitudes Toward Statistics and Their Relationship
with Short and LongTerm Exam Results
Eric Langford
Quartiles in Elementary Statistics
Mary S. Fowler and Joseph B. Kadane
Oil and Gas on Indian Reservations: Statistical
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Gail E. Tudor
Teaching Introductory Statistics Online 
Satisfying the Students
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NASCAR Winston Cup Race Results
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Pig Data and Bayesian Inference on
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Articles
Paul Roback, Beth Chance, Julie Legler, and Tom Moore
Applying Japanese Lesson Study Principles
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Marianne Johnson and Eric Kuennen
Basic Math Skills and Performance in the
Introductory Statistics Course
Elizabeth J. Walters, Christopher H. Morrell, and Richard E. Auer
An Investigation of the MedianMedian Method
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Joy Jordan and Beth Haines
The Role of Statistics Educators in the
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Jessica S. Ancker
The Language of Conditional Probability
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The Weight of Euro Coins: Its Distribution
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Assessing the U.S. Senate Vote
on the Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) Standard
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Articles
Dor Abrahamson, Ruth M. Janusz, and Uri Wilensky
There Once Was a 9Block ...  A MiddleSchool
Design for Probability and Statistics
Michael D. Larsen
Advice for New and Student Lecturers on
Probability and Statistics
Jürgen Symanzik and Natascha Vukasinovic
Teaching an Introductory Statistics Course
with CyberStats, an Electronic Textbook
Dirk Tempelaar, Wim Gijselaers, and Sybrand Schim van der Loeff
Puzzles in Statistical Reasoning
Hrissoula Zacharopoulou
Two Learning Activities for a Large
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Wider Shoes for Wider Feet?
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Paradoxes in Film Ratings
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Volume 13, Number 3 (November 2005)
Abstracts
Articles
Mary Richardson, Neal Rogness, and Byron Gajewski
4 Out of 5 Students Surveyed Would
Recommend this Activity (Comparing Chewing Gum Flavor Duration)
Michael Wood
The Role of Simulation Approaches in Statistics
Pam Boger
Building the Numeracy Skills of Undergraduate
and Elementary School Students
John Dutton and Marilyn Dutton
Characteristics and Performance of Students
in an Online Section of Business Statistics
I. Elaine Allen and Norean Radke Sharpe
Demonstration of Ranking Issues for Students:
A Case Study
Sheldon Stein
Sums and Products of Jointly Distributed
Random Variables: A Simplified Approach
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Teaching BitsA Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Marjorie Bond
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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Datasets and Stories
John Holcomb and Angela Spalsbury
Teaching Students to Use Summary
Statistics and Graphics to Clean and Analyze Data
Juana Sanchez and Yan He
Internet Data Analysis for the
Undergraduate Statistics Curriculum
Letter to the Editor: Further Perspective and Counterexample to Skewness
Rule of Thumb (from Lawrence M. Lesser)
Acknowledgement of JSE Referees
Volume 13, Number 2 (July 2005)
Abstracts
Articles
Mathew Carlton
Pedigrees, Prizes, and Prisoners: The
Misuse of Conditional Probability
Christopher J. Mecklin and Robert G. Donnelly
Powerball, Expected Value, and the Law
of (very) Large Numbers
Paul T. von Hippel
Mean, Median, and Skew: Correcting a
Textbook Rule
Scott J. Seipel and Charles H. Apigian
Perfectionism in Students: Implications
in the Instruction of Statistics
H. Dean Johnson and Nairanjana Dasgupta
Traditional versus Nontraditional Teaching:
Perspectives of Students in Introductory Statistics Classes
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An Exhalent Problem for Teaching
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Terrance C. Mills
Predicting Body Fat Using Data on
the BMI
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Articles
G. Rex Bryce
Developing Tomorrow's Statisticians
Chris Andrews
The Ultimate Flow
Ulf Olsson
Confidence Intervals for the Mean of a
LogNormal Distribution
Stephen B. Vardeman and Joanne R. Wendelberger
The Expected Sample Variance of Uncorrelated
Random Variables with a Common Mean and Some Applications in Unbalanced
Random Effects Models
Timothy S. Vaughan and Kelly E. Berry
Using Monte Carlo Techniques to Demonstrate
the Meaning and Implications of Multicollinearity
Rachel SturmBeiss
A Visualization Tool for One and
TwoWay Analysis of Variance
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Mary Richardson, John Gabrosek, Diann Reischman, and Phyllis Curtiss
Morse Code, Scrabble, and the Alphabet
Barbara Ward
The Best of Both Worlds: A Hybrid Statistics
Course
Lawrence M. Lesser and Erik Nordenhaug
Ethical Statistics and Statistical Ethics:
Making an Interdisciplinary Module
Peter Goos and Herlinde Leemans
Teaching Optimal Design of Experiments Using
a Spreadsheet
Shai Linn
A New Conceptual Approach to Teaching the
Interpretation of Clinical Tests
Erin M. Hodgess
A Computer Evolution in Teaching Undergraduate
Time Series
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Data from the Television Game Show
"Friend or Foe?"
Acknowledgement of JSE Referees
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Articles
Dominique Haughton and Nguyen Phong
Graphical and numerical descriptive analysis:
Exploratory tools applied to Vietnamese data
Mervyn G. Marasinghe, William M. Duckworth, and TaeSung Shin
Tools for Teaching Regression Concepts
Using Dynamic Graphics
Mu Zhu and Arthur Y. Lu
The Counterintuitive Noninformative Prior
for the Bernoulli Family
Margaret H. Smith
A Sample/Population Size Activity: Is it
the sample size or the sample as a fraction of the population that matters?
Kim I. Melton
Statistical Thinking Activities: Some Simple
Exercises with Powerful Lessons
Cengiz Alacaci
Inferential Statistics: Understanding Expert
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Neil Binnie
Using EDA, ANOVA and Regression
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Articles
David P. Doane
Using Simulation to Teach Distributions
Carmen Batanero, Juan D. Godino, and Rafael Roa
Training Teachers to Teach Probability
Joy Jordan
The Use of Orally Recorded Exam Feedback
as a Supplement to Written Comments
Fadia M. Nasser
Structural Model of the Effects of Congnitive
and Affective Factors on the Achievement of ArabicSpeaking Preservice
Teachers in Introductory Statistics
John Maindonald and Alice M. Richardson
This Passionate Study  A Dialogue with
Florence Nightingale
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C. M. AndersonCook and Sundar DoraiRaj
Making the Concepts of Power and
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Courses using Applets
Jessica Utts, Barbara Sommer, Curt Acredolo, Michael W. Maher, and
Harry M. Matthews
A Study Comparing Traditional and Hybrid InternetBased
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and Shifting on OneSample t and Sign Tests
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Studying the Effect of the Parameters of an
Attribute Acceptance Sampling Plan on its Operating Characteristic Curve:
A Visual Approach
Pierre Duchesne
Estimation of a Proportion with Survey
Data
Nyaradzo Mvududu
A CrossCultural Study of the Connection
Between Students' Attitudes Toward Statistics and the Use of Constructivist
Strategies in the Course
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William P. Peterson
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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Letter to the Editor: Additional Analogies in Teaching Statistics (from
Lawrence M. Lesser)
Response from the
Author (by Michael A. Martin)
Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 11, Number 2 (July 2003)
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Articles
Michael A. Martin
"It’s like... you know": The Use of Analogies
and Heuristics in Teaching Introductory Statistical Methods
Paul J. Roback
Teaching an Advanced Methods Course to a
Mixed Audience
Jonathan R. D. Kuhn
Graphing Calculator Programs for Instructional
Data Diagnostics and Statistical Inference
Larry Feldman and Fred Morgan
The Pedagogy and Probability of the Dice
Game HOG
Peter P. Howley
Teaching How to Calibrate a Process Using
Experimental Design and Analysis: The Ballistat
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Deborah J. Rumsey
From the Literature on Teaching and Learning
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William P. Peterson
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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Grete Heinz, Louis J. Peterson, Roger W. Johnson, and Carter J.
Kerk
Exploring Relationships in Body
Dimensions
Volume 11, Number 1 (March 2003)
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Articles
Daniel W. Schafer and Fred L. Ramsey
Teaching the Craft of Data Analysis
Mary Richardson and Byron Gajewski
Archaeological Sampling Strategies
Arthur Bakker
The Early History of Average Values and
Implications for Education
Ian McLeod, Ying Zhang, and Hao Yu
MultipleChoice Randomization
Timothy S. Vaughan
Teaching Statistical Concepts With StudentSpecific
Datasets
Rose MartinezDawson
Incorporating Laboratory Experiments
in an Introductory Statistics Course
James V. Pinto, Pin Ng, and David S. Allen
Logical Extremes, Beta, and the Power of
the Test
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Deborah J. Rumsey
From the Literature on Teaching and Learning
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William P. Peterson
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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Julie M. Hays
Forecasting Computer Usage
Constance H. McLaren and Bruce J. McLaren
Electric Bill Data
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Volume 10, Number 3 (November 2002)
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Articles
Robert C. delMas
Statistical Literacy, Reasoning,
and Learning
Joan Garfield
The Challenge of Developing Statistical
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Beth L. Chance
Components of Statistical Thinking and
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Deborah J. Rumsey
Statistical Literacy as a Goal for Introductory
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Robert C. delMas
Statistical Literacy, Reasoning,
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Larry H. Ludlow
Rethinking Practice: Using Faculty Evaluations
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Hershey H. Friedman, Linda W. Friedman, and Taiwo Amoo
Using Humor in the Introductory Statistics
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Christopher L. Aberson, Dale E. Berger, Michael R. Healy, and Victoria
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An Interactive Tutorial for Teaching Statistical
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What is the Probability of a Kiss? (It’s
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Deborah J. Rumsey
From the Literature on Teaching and Learning
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Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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Datasets and Stories
Chrys Caroni
Modeling the Reliability of Ball
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Letter to the Editor (from Anna Reid)
Response from the
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Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 10, Number 2 (July 2002)
Abstracts
Articles
Anna Reid and Peter Petocz
Students’ Conceptions of Statistics: A Phenomenographic
Study
Jim Albert
A Baseball Statistics Course
G. Rex Bryce
Undergraduate Statistics Education: An Introduction
and Review of Selected Literature
Joan Garfield, Bob Hogg, Candace Schau, and Dex Whittinghill
First Courses in Statistical Science:
The Status of Educational Reform Efforts
Ann Cannon, Brad Hartlaub, Robin Lock, William Notz, and Mary Parker
Guidelines for Undergraduate Minors and
Concentrations in Statistical Science
Thaddeus Tarpey, Carmen Acuna, George Cobb, and Richard De Veaux
Curriculum Guidelines for Bachelor of Arts
Degrees in Statistical Science
P. P. J. L. Verkoeijen, Tj. Imbos, M. W. J. van de Wiel, M. P. F.
Berger, and H. G. Schmidt
Assessing Knowledge Structures in a
Constructive Statistical Learning Environment
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Deborah J. Rumsey
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Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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Datasets and Stories
James J. Cochran
Data Management, Exploratory
Data Analysis, and Regression Analysis with 19692000 Major League
Baseball Attendance
Volume 10, Number 1 (March 2002)
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Articles
Ann A. O'Connell
Student Perceptions of Assessment Strategies
in a Multivariate Statistics Course
Chong Ho Yu, Sandra Andrews, David Winograd, Angel JannaschPennell,
and Samuel A. DiGangi
Teaching Factor Analysis in Terms of Variable
Space and Subject Space Using Multimedia Visualization
Peter E. Kennedy
More on Venn Diagrams for Regression
Jamie D. Mills
Using Computer Simulation Methods to Teach
Statistics: A Review of the Literature
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Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers
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LeRoy A. Franklin and Belva J. Cooley
An Experiential Approach to
Integrating ANOVA Concepts
Letter to the Editor: The Role of Counterintuitive Examples (from Lawrence
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Amy Biesterfeld
The Price (or Probability) Is Right
Nick J. Broers
Analyzing Propositions Underlying the Theory
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Jeffrey M. Stanton
Galton, Pearson, and the Peas: A Brief History
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W. Robert Stephenson
Statistics at a Distance
Carolyn Keeler and Kirk Steinhorst
A New Approach to Learning Probability in
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William P. Peterson
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Mitchell Watnik and Richard A. Levine
NFL Y2K PCA
Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
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Dexter C. Whittinghill and Robert V. Hogg
A Little Uniform Density With Big Instructional
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Robert F. Bordley
Teaching Decision Theory in Applied Statistics
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Linda S. Hirsch and Angela M. O'Donnell
Representativeness in Statistical Reasoning:
Identifying and Assessing Misconceptions
Lorraine Garrett and John C. Nash
Issues in Teaching the Comparison of Variability
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Christopher J. Malone and Christopher R. Bilder
Statistics Course Web Sites: Beyond syllabus.html
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Singfat Chu
Pricing the C's of Diamond Stones
Volume 9, Number 1 (March 2001)
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John D. Spurrier
A Capstone Course for Undergraduate Statistics
Majors
Erhard Reschenhofer
The Bimodality Principle
C. M. AndersonCook and Sundar DoraiRaj
An Active Learning InClass Demonstration
of Good Experimental Design
Edward H. S. Ip
Visualizing Multiple Regression
Eric R. Sowey
Striking Demonstrations in Teaching Statistics
Abdulaziz Elfessi and David M. Reineke
A Bayesian Look at Classical Estimation:
The Exponential Distribution
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Volume 8, Number 3 (November 2000)
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Articles
Scott Preston,
Teaching Prediction Intervals
K. L. Weldon,
A Simplified Introduction to Correlation
and Regression
Annette F. Gourgey,
A Classroom Simulation Based on Political
Polling To Help Students Understand Sampling Distributions
Vicki Stover Hertzberg, W. Scott Clark, and Donna J. Brogan,
Developing Pedagogical and Communications
Skills in Graduate Students: The Emory University Biostatistics TATTO
Program
Alan McLean,
The Predictive Approach to Teaching
Statistics
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Joel R. Levin and Ronald C. Serlin,
Changing Students' Perspectives of McNemar's
Test of Change
Sharon Lawner Weinberg and Sarah Knapp Abramowitz,
Making General Principles Come Alive
in the Classroom Using an Active Case Studies Approach
S. A. Paranjpe and Anita Shah,
How Many Words in a Dictionary? Innovative
Laboratory Teaching of Sampling Techniques
W. John Braun,
Replacing a 'StripedBox' with the Normal
Approximation
Yasar Yesilcay,
Research Project in Statistics: Implications
of a Case Study for the Undergraduate Statistics Curriculum
Madhuri Mulekar,
Internet Resources for AP Statistics
Teachers
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James J. Cochran,
Career Records for
All Modern Position Players Eligible for the Major League Baseball
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Volume 8, Number 1 (March 2000)
Abstracts
Articles
Jim Albert,
Using a Sample Survey Project to Assess
the Teaching of Statistical Inference
Thomas E. Love,
A Different Approach to Project Assessment
Richard M. Single,
52,467 + 57,204 = 254,281,227? Using
the National Health Interview Survey and the 2000 Census to Introduce
Statistical Sampling and Weights
Linda A. Tappin,
Statistics in a Nutshell?
Stanley A. Taylor, Manfred W. Hopfe, and Thomas E. Hebert,
Computer Testing for a Data Analysis
Course
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Volume 7, Number 3 (November 1999)
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Juliet Popper Shaffer and YungPin Chen,
A Novel Method of Proof With an Application
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Christine M. AndersonCook,
An InClass Demonstration to
Help Students Understand Confidence Intervals
Philip J. Boland and Yudi Pawitan,
Trying To Be Random in Selecting Numbers
for Lotto
Robert C. delMas, Joan Garfield, and Beth L. Chance,
A Model of Classroom Research in Action:
Developing Simulation Activities to Improve Students' Statistical Reasoning
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Peter K. Dunn,
A Simple Dataset for Demonstrating
Common Distributions
Christopher H. Morrell,
Simpson's Paradox: An Example
From a Longitudinal Study in South Africa
Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 7, Number 2 (July 1999)
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Wlodzimierz Bryc,
Decoding a Scrambled Text: A HandsOn
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Herman Callaert,
Nonparametric Hypotheses for the
TwoSample Location Problem
Emmanuel N. Lazaridis,
Constructionism and Reductionism:
Two Approaches to ProblemSolving and Their Implications for Reform
of Statistics and Mathematics Curricula
Ying Taur and Charles E. McCulloch,
A Teaching Tool for Nonlinear Regression:
Visual Fit
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Deborah Lynn Guber,
Getting What You Pay For:
The Debate Over Equity in Public School Expenditures
Letter to the Editor: Illustrating
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Volume 7, Number 1 (April 1999)
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Articles
Carolyn R. Boyle,
A ProblemBased Learning Approach to
Teaching Biostatistics
Paul L. Gardner and Ingrid Hudson,
University Students' Ability to Apply
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Graham W. Horgan,
Use of Spreadsheets for Demonstrating
Experimental Power and Variability
Peter Tryfos,
Three Statistical Business Simulations
Jimmy A. Doi,
Comment
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Volume 6, Number 3 (November 1998)
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Guido G. Gatti and Michael Harwell,
Advantages of Computer Programs Over Power
Charts for the Estimation of Power
Rhonda C. Magel,
Using Cooperative Learning in a Large Introductory
Statistics Class
Allan J. Rossman, Thomas H. Short, and Matthew T. Parks,
Bayes Estimators for the Continuous Uniform
Distribution
Gary Smith,
Learning Statistics By Doing Statistics
R. Webster West and R. Todd Ogden,
Interactive Demonstrations for Statistics Education
on the World Wide Web
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Jeffrey S. Simonoff,
Move Over, Roger Maris: Breaking
Baseball's Most Famous Record
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Volume 6, Number 2 (July 1998)
Abstracts
Articles
Glenys Bishop,
A Series of Tutorials for Teaching Statistical
Concepts in an Introductory Course. I. Sampling From an Aerial Photograph
William C. Rinaman,
Revising a Basic Statistics Course
Eric R. Sowey,
Statistical Vistas: Perspectives on Purpose
and Structure
Teresa Villagarcía,
The Use of Consulting Work to Teach
Statistics to Engineering Students
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Dan Nettleton,
Investigating Home Court Advantage
Mitchell R. Watnik,
Pay for Play: Are Baseball Salaries
Based on Performance?
Volume 6, Number 1 (March 1998)
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Articles
Deborah A. Curtis and Michael Harwell,
Training Doctoral Students in Educational
Statistics in the United States: A National Survey
Thomas E. Love,
A ProjectDriven Second Course
Deborah J. Rumsey,
A Cooperative Teaching Approach to Introductory
Statistics
Thomas H. Short and Joseph G. Pigeon,
Protocols and Pilot Studies: Taking Data Collection
Projects Seriously
Bradley A. Warner, David Pendergraft, and Timothy Webb,
That Was Venn, This Is Now
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Robert Carver,
What Does It Take to Heat a New
Room? Estimating Utility Demand in a Home
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Volume 5, Number 3 (November 1997)
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Beth L. Chance,
Experiences with Authentic Assessment Techniques
in an Introductory Statistics Course
Ruma Falk and Arnold D. Well,
Many Faces of the Correlation Coefficient
Gerald Giraud,
Cooperative Learning and Statistics Instruction
Francisco J. Samaniego and Mitchell R. Watnik,
The Separation Principle in Linear Regression
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Robin H. Lock,
NFL Scores and Pointspreads
Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 5, Number 2 (July 1997)
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Articles
Karla Ballman,
Greater Emphasis on Variation in an Introductory
Statistics Course
Robert J. MacG. Dawson,
Turning the Tables: A tTable for Today
Mrudulla Gnanadesikan, Richard L. Scheaffer, Ann E. Watkins, and Jeffrey
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An ActivityBased Statistics Course
Carl James Schwarz,
StatVillage: An OnLine, WWWAccessible,
Hypothetical City Based on Real Data for Use in an Introductory Class
in Survey Sampling
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Norton Starr,
Nonrandom Risk: The 1970 Draft
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Ruth Hubbard,
Assessment and the Process of Learning Statistics
Carl James Schwarz and Jason Sutherland,
An OnLine Workshop Using a Simple CaptureRecapture
Experiment to Illustrate the Concepts of a Sampling Distribution
Jeffrey S. Simonoff,
The "Unusual Episode" and a Second Statistics
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Lena Zetterqvist,
Statistics for Chemistry Students: How
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Barbara L. Grabowski and William L. Harkness,
Enhancing Statistics Education With Expert
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G. Steven Rhiel and Wilkie W. Chaffin,
An Investigation of the LargeSample/ SmallSample
Approach to the OneSample Test for a Mean (Sigma Unknown)
Hardeo Sahai, Anwer Khurshid, and Satish Chandra Misra,
A Second Bibliography on the Teaching of Probability
and Statistics
Joe H. Ward, Jr., and Robert L. Fountain,
More Problem Solving Power: Exploiting Prediction
Models and Statistical Software in a OneSemester Course
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Singfat Chu,
Diamond Ring Pricing Using Linear
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Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 4, Number 2 (July 1996)
Abstracts
Articles
Clint W. Coakley,
Suggestions for Your Nonparametric Statistics
Course
Katrina Roiter and Peter Petocz,
Introductory Statistics Courses  A New
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Ronald C. Serlin and Joel R. Levin,
Two Alternative Developments of the Hypergeometric
Formula: Turning the Tables
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Allen L. Shoemaker,
What's Normal? Body Temperature,
Gender, and Heart Rate
Volume 4, Number 1 (March 1996)
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Maxine Pfannkuch and Constance M. Brown,
Building On and Challenging Students'
Intuitions About Probability: Can We Improve Undergraduate Learning?
John C. Nash and Tony K. Quon,
Issues in Teaching Statistical Thinking With
Spreadsheets
Mustafa R. Yilmaz,
The Challenge of Teaching Statistics to NonSpecialists
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Roger W. Johnson,
Fitting Percentage of Body Fat
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Volume 3, Number 3 (November 1995)
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Jim Albert,
Teaching Inference About Proportions Using
Bayes and Discrete Models
Christopher Ferrall,
Interactive Statistics Tutorials in Stata
Sue Gordon,
A Theoretical Approach to Understanding Learners
of Statistics
R. Kirk Steinhorst and Carolyn M. Keeler,
Developing Material for Introductory
Statistics Courses from a Conceptual, Active Learning Viewpoint
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Robert J. MacG. Dawson,
The "Unusual Episode" Data Revisited
Acknowledgment of JSE Referees
Volume 3, Number 2 (July 1995)
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Carolyn M. Keeler and R. Kirk Steinhorst,
Using Small Groups to Promote Active Learning
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Allan J. Rossman and Thomas H. Short,
Conditional Probability and Education Reform:
Are They Compatible?
Eric R. Sowey,
Teaching Statistics: Making It Memorable
Bruce E. Trumbo,
Some Demonstration Programs for Use in Teaching
Elementary Probability and Statistics: Parts 3 and 4
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W. John Braun,
An Illustration of Bootstrapping
Using Video Lottery Terminal Data
Mary Rouncefield,
The Statistics of Poverty
and Inequality
Thomas H. Short, Helene Moriarty, and Mary E. Cooley,
Readability of Educational Materials
for Patients with Cancer
Volume 3, Number 1 (March 1995)
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Jon E. Anderson and J. David Dayton,
Instructional Regression Modules Using
XLISPSTAT
Clifford Konold,
Issues in Assessing Conceptual Understanding
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Kieran Mathieson, David P. Doane, and Ronald L. Tracy,
A Program for Visualizing Comparisons
Between Two Normal Distributions
R. Romero, A. Ferrer, C. Capilla, L. Zunica, S. Balasch, V. Serra,
and R. Alcover,
Teaching Statistics to Engineers: An Innovative
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Teaching Statistics with Data
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Sandra Fillebrown,
Using Projects in an Elementary Statistics
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Iddo Gal and Lynda Ginsburg,
The Role of Beliefs and Attitudes in Learning
Statistics: Towards an Assessment Framework
Michael Laviolette,
Linear Regression: The Computer as a
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Bruce E. Trumbo,
Some Demonstration Programs for Use in Teaching
Elementary Probability: Parts 1 and 2
Ronald L. Wasserstein,
Lotto Luck: A Computer Demonstration
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Allan J. Rossman,
Televisions, Physicians, and
Life Expectancy
Volume 2, Number 1 (July 1994)
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Margaret Mackisack,
What Is the Use of Experiments Conducted
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Joan B. Garfield,
Beyond Testing and Grading: Using Assessment
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Mark Ferris and Don Hardaway,
Teacher 2000: A New Tool for Multimedia Teaching
of Introductory Business Statistics
Stephen Eckert,
Teaching Hypothesis Testing With Playing
Cards: A Demonstration
Nicholas P. Maxwell,
A CoinFlipping Exercise to Introduce the
PValue
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James A. Hanley and Stanley H. Shapiro,
Sexual Activity and the Lifespan
of Male Fruitflies: A Dataset That Gets Attention
Lauren McIntyre,
Using Cigarette Data for an
Introduction to Multiple Regression
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David S. Moore,
A Generation of Statistics Education: An Interview
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George Cobb,
Reconsidering Statistics Education: A National
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Joan B. Garfield,
Teaching Statistics Using SmallGroup Cooperative
Learning
J. Tim Arnold,
The Structure and Philosophy of the Journal
of Statistics Education
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Datasets and Stories: Introduction and
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1993 New Car Data
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