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Hijazi, Rafiq; Alfaki, Ibrahim – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
This article is the first to thoroughly investigate the state of undergraduate statistics education in the Arab world. It discusses evidence with respect to the quality of education in general and statistics education in particular. Based on a survey of statistics programs in Arab universities, several issues pertaining to curriculum structure,…
Descriptors: Statistics, Undergraduate Students, Teaching Methods, Arabs
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Cummiskey, Kevin; Adams, Bryan; Pleuss, James; Turner, Dusty; Clark, Nicholas; Watts, Krista – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
Over the last two decades, statistics educators have made important changes to introductory courses. Current guidelines emphasize developing statistical thinking in students and exposing them to the entire investigative process in the context of interesting research questions and real data. As a result, many concepts (confounding, multivariable…
Descriptors: Statistics, Teaching Methods, Inferences, Guidelines
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Rossman, Allan J.; Lesser, Larry – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
Larry Lesser is a Professor in the Department of Mathematical Sciences at The University of Texas at El Paso. He is also a UTEP Distinguished Teaching Professor whose awards include a 2016 Minnie Stevens Piper Professor Award, the 2012 International Sun Conference Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Award, a 2011 UT System Regents' Outstanding…
Descriptors: Interviews, Statistics, College Faculty, Awards
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Myint, Leslie; Hadavand, Aboozar; Jager, Leah; Leek, Jeffrey – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
We performed an empirical study of the perceived quality of scientific graphics produced by beginning R users in two plotting systems: the base graphics package ("base R") and the ggplot2 add-on package. In our experiment, students taking a data science course on the Coursera platform were randomized to complete identical plotting…
Descriptors: Statistics, Randomized Controlled Trials, Teaching Methods, Courseware
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Woodard, Victoria; Lee, Hollylynne; Woodard, Roger – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
One of the main goals of statistics is to use data to provide evidence in support of an argument. This article will discuss some popular forms of writing assessments currently in use, to demonstrate the differences between the methods for structuring the students' learning to support their arguments with evidence. We share a model, which was…
Descriptors: Writing Assignments, Content Area Writing, Statistics, Student Evaluation
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Lawton, Sydney; Taylor, Laura – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
This article presents the results of a case study from one professor's experience teaching an introductory statistics course. The goal of this study was to better understand student perceptions of engagement in a statistics course. Voluntary, self-reported data were collected daily for students to evaluate the engagement level of the class that…
Descriptors: Case Studies, College Faculty, Teacher Attitudes, Teaching Experience
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Muir, Sam; Tirlea, Loredana; Elphinstone, Brad; Huynh, Minh – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
The use of online student response systems (OSRSs) is increasing within tertiary education providers, however, research investigating their potential to enhance student engagement is limited. The aim of the current study was to examine the impact of an OSRS using an experimental crossover design. Quantitative data measuring student engagement was…
Descriptors: Learner Engagement, Audience Response Systems, Internet, Undergraduate Students
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Baumer, Benjamin S.; Bray, Andrew P.; Çetinkaya-Rundel, Mine; Hardin, Johanna S. – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
We designed a sequence of courses for the DataCamp online learning platform that approximates the content of a typical introductory statistics course. We discuss the design and implementation of these courses and illustrate how they can be successfully integrated into a brick-and-mortar class. We reflect on the process of creating content for…
Descriptors: Statistical Analysis, Statistics, Introductory Courses, Teaching Methods
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Fellers, Pamela S.; Kuiper, Shonda – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
Increasingly students, particularly those in the social sciences, work with survey data collected through a more complex sampling method than a simple random sample. Failing to understand how to properly approach survey data can lead to inaccurate results. In this article, we describe a series of online data visualization applications and…
Descriptors: Statistics, Introductory Courses, Teaching Methods, Concept Formation
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Adrian, Daniel; Reischman, Diann; Anderson, Kirk; Richardson, Mary; Stephenson, Paul – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
Maps are a primary method of displaying statistical data that comes from a geographical frame. Maps are esthetically appealing and make it easier to identify geographic patterns in a dataset. However, few introductory statistical texts and courses explicitly present maps as a way to display data. In this article, we will present examples of…
Descriptors: Statistics, Teaching Methods, Introductory Courses, Maps
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Hancock, Stacey A.; Rummerfield, Wendy – Journal of Statistics Education, 2020
Sampling distributions are fundamental to an understanding of statistical inference, yet research shows that students in introductory statistics courses tend to have multiple misconceptions of this important concept. A common instructional method used to address these misconceptions is computer simulation, often preceded by hands-on simulation…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Sampling, Experiential Learning, Computer Simulation
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Vance, Eric A.; Smith, Heather S. – Journal of Statistics Education, 2019
Statistics and data science are especially collaborative disciplines that typically require practitioners to interact with many different people or groups. Consequently, interdisciplinary collaboration skills are part of the personal and professional skills essential for success as an applied statistician or data scientist. These skills are…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Skill Development, Statistics, Models
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McGee, Monnie – Journal of Statistics Education, 2019
In several sporting events, the winner is chosen on the basis of a subjective score. These sports include gymnastics, ice skating, and diving. Unlike for other subjectively judged sports, diving competitions consist of multiple rounds in quick succession on the same apparatus. These multiple rounds lead to an extra layer of complexity in the data,…
Descriptors: Data Use, Visualization, Interrater Reliability, Introductory Courses
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Broatch, Jennifer E.; Dietrich, Suzanne; Goelman, Don – Journal of Statistics Education, 2019
Early exposure to data science skills, such as relational databases, is essential for students in statistics as well as many other disciplines in an increasingly data driven society. The goal of the presented pedagogy is to introduce undergraduate students to fundamental database concepts and to illuminate the connection between these database…
Descriptors: Statistics, Teaching Methods, Computer Software, Mathematics Instruction
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Kunicki, Zachary J.; Zambrotta, Nicholas S.; Tate, Marie C.; Surrusco, Angela R.; Risi, Megan M.; Harlow, Lisa L. – Journal of Statistics Education, 2019
Teaching quantitative methods at the undergraduate level is a difficult yet rewarding endeavor due to the challenges instructors face in presenting the material. One way to bolster student learning is through the use of statistical software packages. Google Sheets is a cloud-based spreadsheet program capable of many basic statistical procedures,…
Descriptors: Statistics, Mathematics Instruction, Undergraduate Students, Computer Software
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