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An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics

Table of Contents

2003

Volume 11, Number 3 (November 2003)

Abstracts

Articles

C. M. Anderson-Cook and Sundar Dorai-Raj
Making the Concepts of Power and Sample Size Relevant and Accessible to Students in Introductory Statistics Courses using Applets

Jessica Utts, Barbara Sommer, Curt Acredolo, Michael W. Maher, and Harry M. Matthews
A Study Comparing Traditional and Hybrid Internet-Based Instruction in Introductory Statistics Classes

David M. Reineke, Jeffrey Baggett, and Abdulaziz Elfessi
A Note on the Effect of Skewness, Kurtosis, and Shifting on One-Sample t and Sign Tests

Steve H. K. Ng
Studying the Effect of the Parameters of an Attribute Acceptance Sampling Plan on its Operating Characteristic Curve: A Visual Approach

Pierre Duchesne
Estimation of a Proportion with Survey Data

Nyaradzo Mvududu
A Cross-Cultural Study of the Connection Between Students' Attitudes Toward Statistics and the Use of Constructivist Strategies in the Course

Departments

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

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

Letter to the Editor

Response from the Author

Acknowledgment of JSE Referees


Volume 11, Number 2 (July 2003)

Abstracts

Articles

Michael A. Martin
"Itís like... you know": The Use of Analogies and Heuristics in Teaching Introductory Statistical Methods

Paul J. Roback
Teaching an Advanced Methods Course to a Mixed Audience

Jonathan R. D. Kuhn
Graphing Calculator Programs for Instructional Data Diagnostics and Statistical Inference

Larry Feldman and Fred Morgan
The Pedagogy and Probability of the Dice Game HOG

Peter P. Howley
Teaching How to Calibrate a Process Using Experimental Design and Analysis: The Ballistat

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

Grete Heinz, Louis J. Peterson, Roger W. Johnson, and Carter J. Kerk
Exploring Relationships in Body Dimensions


Volume 11, Number 1 (March 2003)

Abstracts

Articles

Daniel W. Schafer and Fred L. Ramsey
Teaching the Craft of Data Analysis

Mary Richardson and Byron Gajewski
Archaeological Sampling Strategies

Arthur Bakker
The Early History of Average Values and Implications for Education

Ian McLeod, Ying Zhang, and Hao Yu
Multiple-Choice Randomization

Timothy S. Vaughan
Teaching Statistical Concepts With Student-Specific Datasets

Rose Martinez-Dawson
Incorporating Laboratory Experiments in an Introductory Statistics Course

James V. Pinto, Pin Ng, and David S. Allen
Logical Extremes, Beta, and the Power of the Test

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

Julie M. Hays
Forecasting Computer Usage

Constance H. McLaren and Bruce J. McLaren
Electric Bill Data

Letter to the Editor


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