Roundtables for JSM 2007

Jackie Miller, The Ohio State University
Section Program Chair-Elect

Newsletter for the Section on Statistical Education
Volume 12, Number 1 (Spring 2007)

We have an exciting slate of roundtables for JSM 2007 in Salt Lake City. Each day there will be one coffee roundtable and three lunch roundtables. Here's the list of topics:

Coffee roundtables:
Coordinating the Large Undergraduate Course
Study Design in Statistics Education
Successful Statistics Class Projects
Lunch roundtables:
Academic Integrity in a High-Tech Classroom
Group Work and How to Assess It
Integrating Data Analysis with Parametric Inference in Undergraduate Statistics
Learning to Teach Statistics: Challenges and Suggestions
My Favorite Case-Study
Spanning the Globe: Using Data to Introduce Students to the Rest of the World
Statistics and Research Design: Oil and Vinegar?
TA Training for Introductory Statistics Courses
What Is So Great About Service Learning and How Much Work Is It?

The roundtable entitled "Learning to Teach Statistics: Challenges and Suggestions" is for graduate students only and is being graciously sponsored by the Section. If you know any graduate students who will be attending JSM and would be interested in participating in this roundtable, please either let me know their names or have them contact me directly.

Keep these roundtables in mind when you register for JSM. And, if you've already registered, add a roundtable to your registration! If you have any questions, please contact me at

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