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An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics

Table of Contents

2002

Volume 10, Number 3 (November 2002)

Abstracts

Articles

Robert C. delMas
Statistical Literacy, Reasoning, and Learning

Joan Garfield
The Challenge of Developing Statistical Reasoning

Beth L. Chance
Components of Statistical Thinking and Implications for Instruction and Assessment

Deborah J. Rumsey
Statistical Literacy as a Goal for Introductory Statistics Courses

Robert C. delMas
Statistical Literacy, Reasoning, and Learning: A Commentary

Larry H. Ludlow
Rethinking Practice: Using Faculty Evaluations to Teach Statistics

Hershey H. Friedman, Linda W. Friedman, and Taiwo Amoo
Using Humor in the Introductory Statistics Course

Christopher L. Aberson, Dale E. Berger, Michael R. Healy, and Victoria L. Romero
An Interactive Tutorial for Teaching Statistical Power

Mary Richardson and Susan Haller
What is the Probability of a Kiss? (Itís Not What You Think)

Departments

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Deborah J. Rumsey
From the Literature on Teaching and Learning Statistics

William P. Peterson
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers and Journals

Datasets and Stories

Chrys Caroni
Modeling the Reliability of Ball Bearings

Letter to the Editor

Response from the Authors

Acknowledgment of JSE Referees


Volume 10, Number 2 (July 2002)

Abstracts

Articles

Anna Reid and Peter Petocz
Studentsí Conceptions of Statistics: A Phenomenographic Study

Jim Albert
A Baseball Statistics Course

G. Rex Bryce
Undergraduate Statistics Education: An Introduction and Review of Selected Literature

Joan Garfield, Bob Hogg, Candace Schau, and Dex Whittinghill
First Courses in Statistical Science: The Status of Educational Reform Efforts

Ann Cannon, Brad Hartlaub, Robin Lock, William Notz, and Mary Parker
Guidelines for Undergraduate Minors and Concentrations in Statistical Science

Thaddeus Tarpey, Carmen Acuna, George Cobb, and Richard De Veaux
Curriculum Guidelines for Bachelor of Arts Degrees in Statistical Science

P. P. J. L. Verkoeijen, Tj. Imbos, M. W. J. van de Wiel, M. P. F. Berger, and H. G. Schmidt
Assessing Knowledge Structures in a Constructive Statistical Learning Environment

Departments

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Deborah J. Rumsey
From the Literature on Teaching and Learning Statistics

William P. Peterson
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers and Journals

Datasets and Stories

James J. Cochran
Data Management, Exploratory Data Analysis, and Regression Analysis with 1969-2000 Major League Baseball Attendance


Volume 10, Number 1 (March 2002)

Abstracts

Articles

Ann A. O'Connell
Student Perceptions of Assessment Strategies in a Multivariate Statistics Course

Chong Ho Yu, Sandra Andrews, David Winograd, Angel Jannasch-Pennell, and Samuel A. DiGangi
Teaching Factor Analysis in Terms of Variable Space and Subject Space Using Multimedia Visualization

Peter E. Kennedy
More on Venn Diagrams for Regression

Jamie D. Mills
Using Computer Simulation Methods to Teach Statistics: A Review of the Literature

Departments

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Deborah J. Rumsey
From the Literature on Teaching and Learning Statistics

William P. Peterson
Topics for Discussion from Current Newspapers and Journals

Datasets and Stories

LeRoy A. Franklin and Belva J. Cooley
An Experiential Approach to Integrating ANOVA Concepts

Letter to the Editor


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