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Sessions Were Renumbered as of May 19.

CC-W = McCormick Place Convention Center, West Building,   CC-N = McCormick Place Convention Center, North Building
H = Hilton Chicago,   UC= Conference Chicago at University Center
* = applied session       ! = JSM meeting theme

Activity Details

558 Wed, 8/3/2016, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Hall F1 West
Contributed Poster Presentations: Section on Statistical Education — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistical Education
Chair(s): Genevera Allen, Rice University
53: A Classroom Data Analysis Project Comparing 1960s Local Radio Chart Data to the National Billboard Charts John Gabrosek, Grand Valley State University ; Len O'Kelly, Grand Valley State University
54: Missing Data and Complex Sample Surveys: The Impact of Listwise Deletion vs. Multiple Imputation on Point and Interval Estimates When Data Are MCAR and MAR DeAnn Trevathan, University of South Florida ; Anh Kellermann, University of South Florida ; Jeffrey Kromrey, University of South Florida
55: Data Visualization of Science Test Score Distribution Across Districts Leila Jamoosian ; Kathryn Hayes , California State University at East Bay ; Eric Suess, California State University at East Bay
56: Innovative Content Development for the Online Applied Statistics Graduate Programs at Penn State Mosuk Chow, Penn State University ; Glenn Johnson, Penn State University ; James Rosenberger, Penn State University
57: Early Detection of Placement for Success in an Online Quantitative Class Ping-Hung Hsieh, Oregon State University ; Xiaohui Chang, Oregon State University ; Andrew Olstad, Oregon State University
58: Development and Pilot Test of a Mobile Application for Field Data Collection Laurel Chiappetta, Data Development Integration Verification Analysis ; Mary Margaret Kerr, University of Pittsburgh School of Education
59: Improving Retention in an Online Introductory Statistics Course Whitney Zimmerman, Penn State University ; Glenn Johnson, Penn State University
60: How to Lie (to Congress) with Statistics Kirk Anderson, Grand Valley State University ; Mary Richardson, Grand Valley State University
61: Lexical Ambiguity in Statistics: The Development of High-Impact, Little-Time Activities to Help Students Better Understand the Meaning of Parameter Neal Rogness, Grand Valley State University ; Jennifer Kaplan, University of Georgia ; Diane Fisher, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
62: Methods for Identifying Outliers for Carry-Forward Imputation in the Survey of Graduate Students and Postdoctorates in Science and Engineering Jiantong Wang, Research Triangle Institute International ; Kimberly Ault, Research Triangle Institute International ; Rachel Harter, RTI International
63: Perception and Deception: What Students Assume About an Introductory Business Statistics Course Deborah Gougeon, University of Scranton
64: Knowledge and Understanding of Biostatistics Among Sports and Exercise Medicine Professionals Abdulaziz Farooq, Aspetar-Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital
65: Simulation/Randomization: How Much Is Really Necessary? Tisha Hooks, Winona State University ; Christopher J. Malone, Winona State University
66: STAT-MAPS: A Matrix-Based Electronic Learning Tool for Beginning Statistics Students Concetta DePaolo, Indiana State University
67: The Lights of Mathile 212 Laurence Robinson, Ohio Northern University
68: RepASA: A Virtual Repository to Improve Statistics Teaching in High Schools in Puerto Rico Pedro Torres-Saavedra, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez ; Roberto Rivera, University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez
69: The Vocabulary Knowledge of Introductory Statistics Students and Its Relationship to Conceptual Understanding Amy Froelich, Iowa State University
70: Tell Me About the ROSA Symposium 2016 Marjorie Bond, Monmouth College
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