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An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics

Table of Contents

2014

Volume 22, Number 3 (November 2014)

Abstracts

Articles

Emily Casleton, Amy Beyler, Ulrike Genschel, and Alyson Wilson
A Pilot Study Teaching Metrology in an Introductory Statistics Course

Sharleen Forbes
Using Action Research to Develop a Course in Statistical Inference for Workplace-based Adults

Lawrence M. Lesser, Amy E. Wagler, and Prosper Abormegah
Finding a Happy Median: Another Balance Representation for Measures of Center

Kendra K. Schmid, Erin E. Blankenship, April T. Kerby, Jennifer L. Green, and Wendy M. Smith
The Development and Evolution of an Introductory Statistics Course for In-Service Middle-Level Mathematics Teachers

Ann E. Watkins, Anna Bargagliotti, and Christine Franklin
Simulation of the Sampling Distribution of the Mean Can Mislead

Jennifer R. Winquist and Kieth A. Carlson
Flipped Statistics Class Results: Better Performance Than Lecture Over One Year Later

 

  Departments

Interviews with Statistics Educators

Allan Rossman and Josh Tabor
Interview with Josh Tabor

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2014

Megan Mocko and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?

 

Research in K-12 Statistics Education

Randall E. Groth
Using Work Samples from the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) to Design Tasks that Assess Statistical Knowledge for Teaching

Dustin L. Jones and Tim Jacobbe
An Analysis of the Statistical Content in Textbooks for Prospective Elementary Teachers

 

Acknowledgment of JSE Referees

 

Volume 22, Number 2 (July 2014)

Abstracts

Articles

David Kahle
Animating Statistics: A New Kind of Applet for Exploring Probability Distributions

Jennifer J. Kaplan, John G. Gabrosek, Phyllis Curtiss, and Chris Malone
Investigating student understanding of histograms

Larry Ludlow and Kelsey Klein
Suppressor Variables: The Difference between 'Is' versus 'Acting As'

Jennifer Noll and Sashi Sharma
Qualitative meta-analysis on the Hospital Task: Implications for Research

Shaun S. Wulff and Timothy J. Robinson
What is the probability you are a Bayesian?

 

  Departments

Interviews with Statistics Educators

Allan Rossman and Jessica Utts
Interview with Jessica Utts

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2014

Camille Fairbourn and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?

Data Sets and Stories

Nancy Carter, Nathan Felton, and Neil Schwertman
A Classroom Investigation of the Effect of Population Size and Income on Success in the London 2012 Olympics

Paul J. Laumakis and Kevin McCormack
Analyzing Exercise Training Effect and Its Impact on Cardiorespiratory and Cardiovascular Fitness

Research in K-12 Statistics Education

Sharleen Forbes
The coming of age of statistics education in New Zealand, and its influence internationally

Richard L. Scheaffer and Tim Jacobbe
Statistics Education in the K-12 Schools of the United States: A Brief History

 

 

Volume 22, Number 1 (March 2014)

Abstracts

Articles

Caroline Brophy and Lukas Hahn
Engaging Students in a Large Lecture: An Experiment using Sudoku Puzzles

Sema A. Kalaian and Rafa M. Kasim
A Meta-analytic Review of Studies of the Effectiveness of Small-Group Learning Methods on Statistics Achievement

Eiki Satake and Amy Vashlishan Murray
Teaching an Application of Bayes' Rule for Legal Decision-Making: Measuring the Strength of Evidence

Amanda Williams
An Exploration of Preference for Numerical Information in Relation to Math Self-Concept and Statistics Anxiety in a Graduate Statistics Course

 

  Departments

Interviews with Statistics Educators

Allan Rossman and Ron Wasserstein
Interview with Ron Wasserstein

Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics

Elizabeth Brondos Fry
Teaching Bits: Statistics Education Articles from 2013 and 2014

Megan Mocko and Mark Werner
Teaching Bits: What's New with CAUSEweb and MERLOT?

Data Sets and Stories

Stanley A. Taylor and Amy E. Mickel
Simpson's Paradox: A Data Set and Discrimination Case Study Exercise

 

 


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