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135 * Mon, 8/5/2013, 8:30 AM - 10:20 AM CC-521ab
Assessment of Students, Instructors, and Teaching Approaches — Contributed Papers
Section on Statistical Education
Chair(s): Walt W. Stroup, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
8:35 AM Investigation of the Impact of Nonrandomization and Ceiling Effects on Estimates of Classroom Effects from Value-Added Models Pamela Fellers, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Walt W. Stroup, University of Nebraska-Lincoln ; Jennifer Green, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
8:50 AM Using Technology to Support In-Service Teachers' Conjecturing in Statistics Professional Development Jeremy Strayer, Middle Tennessee State University ; Brandon Hanson, Middle Tennessee State University
9:05 AM Identifying Statistical Concepts Associated with High and Low Self-Efficacy to Teach Statistics: Using the Sets Instrument with Pre-Service Middle-Grades Teachers Leigh Harrell-Williams, Georgia State University ; M. Alejandra Sorto, Texas State University ; Rebecca Pierce, Ball State University ; T. J. Murphy, Northern Kentucky University ; Lawrence M. Lesser, The University of Texas at El Paso
9:35 AM Does Making Connections Improve Student Attitudes? Jacqueline Wroughton, Northern Kentucky University ; April Kerby, Winona State University
9:50 AM Exploring the Mechanisms Underlying Gender Differences in Statistical Reasoning: A Focus on Experience and Individual Differences Nadia Martin, University of Waterloo ; Jonathan Fugelsang, University of Waterloo
10:05 AM Research Study to Assess Whether Mentors and Research Projects Positively Impact Student Performance Carolyn Morgan, Hampton University ; Anne Pierce, Hampton University

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