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611 * ! Thu, 8/2/2012, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-Room 29A
Using Data Sets, Technology, and Activities to Teach Statistics — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistical Education , Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences
Chair(s): Megan Elizabeth Mocko, University of Florida
8:35 AM Powerball: A Wealth of Data for a Variety of Student Projects Edward Mansfield, The University of Alabama
8:50 AM Using Data from Climate Science to Teach Introductory Statistics Gary Witt, Temple University
9:05 AM Using CrunchIt to Bring R Into the Introductory Statistics Classroom Alan Dabney
9:20 AM Bringing Data to Life Into an Introductory Statistics Course with Gapminder Dai-trang Le, Iowa State University
9:35 AM Integrating R Into Introductory Statistics Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel, Duke University ; Andrew Bray, University of California at Los Angeles
9:50 AM Implementing Auto-generated Power Point Slides for Demonstrating Statistical Concepts Jen-Ting Wang, SUNY at Oneonta ; Sen Zhang, SUNY at Oneonta
10:05 AM Developing a Test of Normality in the Classroom Robert Jernigan, American University

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