An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics

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Volume 8, Number 3 (November 2000)
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Scott Preston,
Teaching Prediction Intervals
K. L. Weldon,
A Simplified Introduction to Correlation and Regression
Annette F. Gourgey,
A Classroom Simulation Based on Political Polling To Help Students Understand Sampling Distributions
Vicki Stover Hertzberg, W. Scott Clark, and Donna J. Brogan,
Developing Pedagogical and Communications Skills in Graduate Students: The Emory University Biostatistics TATTO Program
Alan McLean,
The Predictive Approach to Teaching Statistics
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Volume 8, Number 2 (July 2000)
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Joel R. Levin and Ronald C. Serlin,
Changing Students' Perspectives of McNemar's Test of Change
Sharon Lawner Weinberg and Sarah Knapp Abramowitz,
Making General Principles Come Alive in the Classroom Using an Active Case Studies Approach
S. A. Paranjpe and Anita Shah,
How Many Words in a Dictionary? Innovative Laboratory Teaching of Sampling Techniques
W. John Braun,
Replacing a 'StripedBox' with the Normal Approximation
Yasar Yesilcay,
Research Project in Statistics: Implications of a Case Study for the Undergraduate Statistics Curriculum
Madhuri Mulekar,
Internet Resources for AP Statistics Teachers
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James J. Cochran,
Career Records for All Modern Position Players Eligible for the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame
Volume 8, Number 1 (March 2000)
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Jim Albert,
Using a Sample Survey Project to Assess the Teaching of Statistical Inference
Thomas E. Love,
A Different Approach to Project Assessment
Richard M. Single,
52,467 + 57,204 = 254,281,227? Using the National Health Interview Survey and the 2000 Census to Introduce Statistical Sampling and Weights
Linda A. Tappin,
Statistics in a Nutshell?
Stanley A. Taylor, Manfred W. Hopfe, and Thomas E. Hebert,
Computer Testing for a Data Analysis Course
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Volume 7, Number 3 (November 1999)
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Juliet Popper Shaffer and YungPin Chen,
A Novel Method of Proof With an Application to Regression
Christine M. AndersonCook,
An InClass Demonstration to Help Students Understand Confidence Intervals
Philip J. Boland and Yudi Pawitan,
Trying To Be Random in Selecting Numbers for Lotto
Robert C. delMas, Joan Garfield, and Beth L. Chance,
A Model of Classroom Research in Action: Developing Simulation Activities to Improve Students' Statistical Reasoning
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Peter K. Dunn,
A Simple Dataset for Demonstrating Common Distributions
Christopher H. Morrell,
Simpson's Paradox: An Example From a Longitudinal Study in South Africa
Volume 7, Number 2 (July 1999)
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Wlodzimierz Bryc,
Decoding a Scrambled Text: A HandsOn Project to Illustrate Sampling and Variability
Herman Callaert,
Nonparametric Hypotheses for the TwoSample Location Problem
Emmanuel N. Lazaridis,
Constructionism and Reductionism: Two Approaches to ProblemSolving and Their Implications for Reform of Statistics and Mathematics Curricula
Ying Taur and Charles E. McCulloch,
A Teaching Tool for Nonlinear Regression: Visual Fit
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Deborah Lynn Guber,
Getting What You Pay For: The Debate Over Equity in Public School Expenditures
Volume 7, Number 1 (April 1999)
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Carolyn R. Boyle,
A ProblemBased Learning Approach to Teaching Biostatistics
Paul L. Gardner and Ingrid Hudson,
University Students' Ability to Apply Statistical Procedures
Graham W. Horgan,
Use of Spreadsheets for Demonstrating Experimental Power and Variability
Peter Tryfos,
Three Statistical Business Simulations
Jimmy A. Doi,
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Volume 6, Number 3 (November 1998)
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Guido G. Gatti and Michael Harwell,
Advantages of Computer Programs Over Power Charts for the Estimation of Power
Rhonda C. Magel,
Using Cooperative Learning in a Large Introductory Statistics Class
Allan J. Rossman, Thomas H. Short, and Matthew T. Parks,
Bayes Estimators for the Continuous Uniform Distribution
Gary Smith,
Learning Statistics By Doing Statistics
R. Webster West and R. Todd Ogden,
Interactive Demonstrations for Statistics Education on the World Wide Web
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Jeffrey S. Simonoff,
Move Over, Roger Maris: Breaking Baseball's Most Famous Record
Volume 6, Number 2 (July 1998)
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Glenys Bishop,
A Series of Tutorials for Teaching Statistical Concepts in an Introductory Course. I. Sampling From an Aerial Photograph
William C. Rinaman,
Revising a Basic Statistics Course
Eric R. Sowey,
Statistical Vistas: Perspectives on Purpose and Structure
Teresa Villagarcía,
The Use of Consulting Work to Teach Statistics to Engineering Students
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Dan Nettleton,
Investigating Home Court Advantage
Mitchell R. Watnik,
Pay for Play: Are Baseball Salaries Based on Performance?
Volume 6, Number 1 (March 1998)
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Deborah A. Curtis and Michael Harwell,
Training Doctoral Students in Educational Statistics in the United States: A National Survey
Thomas E. Love,
A ProjectDriven Second Course
Deborah J. Rumsey,
A Cooperative Teaching Approach to Introductory Statistics
Thomas H. Short and Joseph G. Pigeon,
Protocols and Pilot Studies: Taking Data Collection Projects Seriously
Bradley A. Warner, David Pendergraft, and Timothy Webb,
That Was Venn, This Is Now
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Robert Carver,
What Does It Take to Heat a New Room? Estimating Utility Demand in a Home
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Volume 5, Number 3 (November 1997)
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Beth L. Chance,
Experiences with Authentic Assessment Techniques in an Introductory Statistics Course
Ruma Falk and Arnold D. Well,
Many Faces of the Correlation Coefficient
Gerald Giraud,
Cooperative Learning and Statistics Instruction
Francisco J. Samaniego and Mitchell R. Watnik,
The Separation Principle in Linear Regression
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Teaching Bits: A Resource for Teachers of Statistics
Datasets and Stories
Robin H. Lock,
NFL Scores and Pointspreads
Volume 5, Number 2 (July 1997)
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Karla Ballman,
Greater Emphasis on Variation in an Introductory Statistics Course
Robert J. MacG. Dawson,
Turning the Tables: A tTable for Today
Mrudulla Gnanadesikan, Richard L. Scheaffer, Ann E. Watkins, and Jeffrey A. Witmer,
An ActivityBased Statistics Course
Carl James Schwarz,
StatVillage: An OnLine, WWWAccessible, Hypothetical City Based on Real Data for Use in an Introductory Class in Survey Sampling
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Norton Starr,
Nonrandom Risk: The 1970 Draft Lottery
Volume 5, Number 1 (March 1997)
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Ruth Hubbard,
Assessment and the Process of Learning Statistics
Carl James Schwarz and Jason Sutherland,
An OnLine Workshop Using a Simple CaptureRecapture Experiment to Illustrate the Concepts of a Sampling Distribution
Jeffrey S. Simonoff,
The "Unusual Episode" and a Second Statistics Course
Lena Zetterqvist,
Statistics for Chemistry Students: How to Make a Statistics Course Useful by Focusing on Applications
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Volume 4, Number 3 (November 1996)
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Barbara L. Grabowski and William L. Harkness,
Enhancing Statistics Education With Expert Systems: More Than an Advisory System
G. Steven Rhiel and Wilkie W. Chaffin,
An Investigation of the LargeSample/ SmallSample Approach to the OneSample Test for a Mean (Sigma Unknown)
Hardeo Sahai, Anwer Khurshid, and Satish Chandra Misra,
A Second Bibliography on the Teaching of Probability and Statistics
Joe H. Ward, Jr., and Robert L. Fountain,
More Problem Solving Power: Exploiting Prediction Models and Statistical Software in a OneSemester Course
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Singfat Chu,
Diamond Ring Pricing Using Linear Regression
Volume 4, Number 2 (July 1996)
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Clint W. Coakley, Suggestions for Your Nonparametric Statistics Course
Katrina Roiter and Peter Petocz,
Introductory Statistics Courses  A New Way of Thinking
Ronald C. Serlin and Joel R. Levin,
Two Alternative Developments of the Hypergeometric Formula: Turning the Tables
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Allen L. Shoemaker,
What's Normal? Body Temperature, Gender, and Heart Rate
Volume 4, Number 1 (March 1996)
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Maxine Pfannkuch and Constance M. Brown,
Building On and Challenging Students' Intuitions About Probability: Can We Improve Undergraduate Learning?
John C. Nash and Tony K. Quon,
Issues in Teaching Statistical Thinking With Spreadsheets
Mustafa R. Yilmaz,
The Challenge of Teaching Statistics to NonSpecialists
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Roger W. Johnson,
Fitting Percentage of Body Fat to Simple Body Measurements
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Volume 3, Number 3 (November 1995)
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Jim Albert,
Teaching Inference About Proportions Using Bayes and Discrete Models
Christopher Ferrall,
Interactive Statistics Tutorials in Stata
Sue Gordon,
A Theoretical Approach to Understanding Learners of Statistics
R. Kirk Steinhorst and Carolyn M. Keeler,
Developing Material for Introductory Statistics Courses from a Conceptual, Active Learning Viewpoint
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Robert J. MacG. Dawson,
The "Unusual Episode" Data Revisited
Volume 3, Number 2 (July 1995)
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Carolyn M. Keeler and R. Kirk Steinhorst,
Using Small Groups to Promote Active Learning in the Introductory Statistics Course: A Report from the Field
Allan J. Rossman and Thomas H. Short,
Conditional Probability and Education Reform: Are They Compatible?
Eric R. Sowey,
Teaching Statistics: Making It Memorable
Bruce E. Trumbo,
Some Demonstration Programs for Use in Teaching Elementary Probability and Statistics: Parts 3 and 4
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W. John Braun,
An Illustration of Bootstrapping Using Video Lottery Terminal Data
Mary Rouncefield,
The Statistics of Poverty and Inequality
Thomas H. Short, Helene Moriarty, and Mary E. Cooley,
Readability of Educational Materials for Patients with Cancer
Volume 3, Number 1 (March 1995)
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Jon E. Anderson and J. David Dayton,
Instructional Regression Modules Using XLISPSTAT
Clifford Konold,
Issues in Assessing Conceptual Understanding in Probability and Statistics
Kieran Mathieson, David P. Doane, and Ronald L. Tracy,
A Program for Visualizing Comparisons Between Two Normal Distributions
R. Romero, A. Ferrer, C. Capilla, L. Zunica, S. Balasch, V. Serra, and R. Alcover,
Teaching Statistics to Engineers: An Innovative Pedagogical Experience
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David A. Dickey and J. Tim Arnold,
Teaching Statistics with Data of Historic Significance: Galileo's Gravity and Motion Experiments
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Volume 2, Number 2 (November 1994)
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Sandra Fillebrown,
Using Projects in an Elementary Statistics Course for NonScience Majors
Iddo Gal and Lynda Ginsburg,
The Role of Beliefs and Attitudes in Learning Statistics: Towards an Assessment Framework
Michael Laviolette,
Linear Regression: The Computer as a Teaching Tool
Bruce E. Trumbo,
Some Demonstration Programs for Use in Teaching Elementary Probability: Parts 1 and 2
Ronald L. Wasserstein,
Lotto Luck: A Computer Demonstration for the Classroom
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Allan J. Rossman,
Televisions, Physicians, and Life Expectancy
Volume 2, Number 1 (July 1994)
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Margaret Mackisack,
What Is the Use of Experiments Conducted by Statistics Students?
Joan B. Garfield,
Beyond Testing and Grading: Using Assessment to Improve Student Learning
Mark Ferris and Don Hardaway,
Teacher 2000: A New Tool for Multimedia Teaching of Introductory Business Statistics
Stephen Eckert,
Teaching Hypothesis Testing With Playing Cards: A Demonstration
Nicholas P. Maxwell,
A CoinFlipping Exercise to Introduce the PValue
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James A. Hanley and Stanley H. Shapiro,
Sexual Activity and the Lifespan of Male Fruitflies: A Dataset That Gets Attention
Lauren McIntyre,
Using Cigarette Data for an Introduction to Multiple Regression
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Volume 1, Number 1 (July 1993)
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David S. Moore,
A Generation of Statistics Education: An Interview with Frederick Mosteller
George Cobb,
Reconsidering Statistics Education: A National Science Foundation Conference
Joan B. Garfield,
Teaching Statistics Using SmallGroup Cooperative Learning
J. Tim Arnold,
The Structure and Philosophy of the Journal of Statistics Education
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Robin H. Lock, J. Tim Arnold,
Datasets and Stories: Introduction and Guidelines
Robin H. Lock,
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