This is the program for the 2010 Joint Statistical Meetings in Vancouver, British Columbia.

Activity Details

196 Mon, 8/2/2010, 10:30 AM - 12:20 PM CC-Exhibit Hall A (West)
Contributed Oral Poster Presentations: Section on Statistical Education — Contributed Poster Presentations
Section on Statistical Education
Chair(s): Peiyong (Annie) Qu, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
67: Assessing a Hybrid Introductory Statistics Class Kathy Gray, California State University, Chico
68: A Review of Existing Audience Response Systems (Clicker) Technology for Formative Assessment in Introductory Statistics — Josh Bernhard, Iowa State University ; Amy Froelich, Iowa State University ; Ulrike Genschel, Iowa State University
69: Bayesian Item Response Model When Performance Is Affected by Test Anxiety Cibele Queiroz Da-Silva, Universidade de Brasilia ; Antonio Eduardo Gomes, Universidade de Brasilia
70: Fractal Analysis of Time Series and Distribution Properties of Hurst Exponent Ferry Butar Butar, Sam Houston State University ; Malhar Kale, Kaiser Permanente
71: Factorial Invariance of Statistics Anxiety Across Gender and Student Classification Eric Teman, University of Northern Colorado ; Susan Hutchinson, University of Northern Colorado
72: Meta-Analyses of Multiple Baseline Time Series Design Intervention Models for Dependent and Independent Series Oluwagbohunmi Adetunji Awosoga, University of Lethbridge ; Joseph W. McKean, Western Michigan University ; Bradley E. Huitema, Western Michigan University
73: How to Hold a High-School Statistics Competition Rodney Jee, FICO
74: WITHDRAWN: Interchangeability Among Confidence, Prediction, and Tolerance Intervals — Harry Yang, MedImmune
75: Classroom Activities for Investigating the Occurrence of Two Unusual Events — Kate Thomas, California State University, Chico ; Neil C. Schwertman, California State University, Chico
76: A Continued Effort to Recruit Future Biostatisticians in Arkansas High Schools Page Moore, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences ; Songthip Ounpraseuth, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
77: Online Sampling Course Offered at Penn State Mosuk Chow, Penn State
78: GNU PSPP: A Free Clone of SPSS Jason H. Stover, Georgia College & State University
79: Investigative Learning in Elementary Statistics at a Liberal Arts Institution Mary Majerus, Westminster College ; Erin Haller Martin, Westminster College
80: Preparing Students for Elementary Statistics Mary Parker, Austin Community College
81: Experts' Perceptions in Linking GAISE Guidelines to the Self-Efficacy to Teach Statistics Instrument Leigh M. Harrell, Virginia Tech ; Rebecca L. Pierce, Ball State University ; M. Alejandra Sorto, Texas State University ; Teri J. Murphy, Northern Kentucky University ; Felicity Enders, Mayo Clinic ; Lawrence M. Lesser, The University of Texas at El Paso
82: Classroom Derivation and Simulation: An Asymptotic Two-Sample Test for Comparing Population Medians Vadim Y. Bichutskiy, California State University, East Bay ; Joshua D. Kerr, California State University, East Bay ; Eric A. Suess, California State University, East Bay
83: WITHDRAWN: Computation Plots for Basic Statistics in R — Frank J. Matejcik, South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
84: New Professional Science Masters, CSU East Bay MS in Biostatistics Eric A. Suess, California State University, East Bay
85: A Motivating Example for ANOVA Using Candies Todd A. Schwartz, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
86: An Active Approach to Statistical Inference Using Randomiztion Methods Todd Swanson, Hope College ; Nathan Tintle, Hope College ; Jill VanderStoep, Hope College ; Vicki-Lynn Holmes, Hope College ; Brooke Quisenberry, Hope College
87: Pedagogical Uses of Camtasia in Statistical Education Carl Walasek, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia ; Laura Pontiggia, University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
88: What Do We Know About Why Young Children Are Missed in the Decennial Census? — William O'Hare, Annie E. Casey Foundation

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