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287 Wed, 8/11/2021, 1:30 PM - 3:20 PM Virtual
Classroom Teaching and Pedagogy — Contributed Speed
Section on Statistics and Data Science Education, Section on Teaching of Statistics in the Health Sciences, Text Analysis Interest Group
Chair(s): Jamis Perrett, Bayer U.S.
1:35 PM Statistical Literacy Approved for General Education at the University of New Mexico
Milo Schield, University of New Mexico
1:40 PM R Is for Rhyme? Statistics Class 'Stanza Part' with Poetry!
Lawrence Mark Lesser, The University of Texas at El Paso
1:45 PM Alpha Seminar: A Course for New Graduate Students in Statistics
Christopher R Bilder, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
1:50 PM 'Quick Quizzes': A Simple Yet Powerful Learning Tool
Elizabeth Jennings McGuffey, Rice University
1:55 PM Encouraging and Enhancing the Power of Growth Mindset in Statistics Education
Ramadha Piyadi Gamage, Western Washington University - Mathematics
2:00 PM Incorporating Your Own Research in an Introductory Statistics Courses: A Case Study with Podcasts, Web Scraping, and Natural Language Processing
Benjamin Williams, University of Denver; Alyssa Williams, University of Denver
2:05 PM Resources for Teaching Causality in Introductory Statistics Courses
Kevin Cummiskey, West Point; Krista Watts, West Point; Robert Lasater, West Point
2:10 PM WITHDRAWN A Comparison of Online Versus In-Person Examination During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jeffrey Landgren, University of North Georgia
2:15 PM Education and Pedagogy of Domain-Specific Learning Materials Using Learning Personas
Daniel Chen, Virginia Tech; Anne Brown, Virginia Tech
2:20 PM From Click to Code: Insights from Instructors and Students on Moving from SPSS to R in a Graduate-Level Applied Statistics Course
Anthony Schmidt, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Louis M Rocconi, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Austin Boyd, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
2:30 PM Ideas Toward Inclusion: Course Policies, Daily Questions, Biographies
Matthew A Hawks, US Naval Academy
2:35 PM Using Randomized Experiments and Common Midterm Questions to Elucidate Student Learning Trajectories from Simulation-Based Inference Curricula
Beth Chance, Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo; Soma Roy, Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo; Karen McGaughey, Cal Poly - San Luis Obispo; Nathan Tintle, Dordt University; Todd Swanson, Hope College; Jill VanderStoep, Hope College
2:40 PM A Second Course in Data Science
Rosanna Overholser, Oregon Institute of Technology; Cristina Negoita, Oregon Institute of Technology
2:45 PM How to Implement and Assess Open-Ended Projects in an Introductory Statistics Classroom
Allison Davidson, Muhlenberg College
2:50 PM Strategies for Teaching Methods for Analyzing Data and the Necessary Computer-Based Programming to MPH Students
Amanda Rae Ellis, University of Kentucky
2:55 PM Building and Using Interactive R Tutorials: Experiences from a Categorical Data Analysis Course for Public Health Students
Adam Ciarleglio, George Washington University
3:00 PM Asking Great Questions: Part of a Theory of Communication in Interdisciplinary Collaborations
Eric Alan Vance, LISA-University of Colorado Boulder; Heather Smith, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo
3:10 PM Incorporating Statistical Consulting in the Undergraduate Curriculum
Wanchunzi Yu, Bridgewater State University; Kevin Rion, Bridgewater State University; Irina Seceleanu, Bridgewater State University
3:15 PM Can Students Learn Statistics While Playing Games? A Regression Example
Ginger Holmes Rowell, Middle Tennessee State University; Shonda Kuiper, Grinnell College; Rodney Sturdivant, Baylor; Andrew Zieffler, University of Minnesota