## 2000, A Data-Oriented, Active Learning, Post-Calculus Introduction to Statistical Concepts, Methods, and Theory

Venue: | in Proceedings of the Section on Statistical Education, American Statistical Association. See www.rossmanchance.com/scmt.tml |

Citations: | 8 - 2 self |

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@INPROCEEDINGS{Rossman_2000,a,

author = {Allan J. Rossman and Beth L. Chance},

title = {2000, A Data-Oriented, Active Learning, Post-Calculus Introduction to Statistical Concepts, Methods, and Theory},

booktitle = {in Proceedings of the Section on Statistical Education, American Statistical Association. See www.rossmanchance.com/scmt.tml},

year = {}

}

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Citation Context ...h as statistical thinking, active learning, conceptual understanding, genuine data, use of technology, collaborative learning, and communication skills. (See, for example, Cobb, 1992; Cobb, 1995; and =-=Moore, 1997-=- for overviews of this reform movement). A wide variety of materials have been developed to support this type of instruction (see Moore, 2000 for descriptions of such teaching resources): • Textbooks ... |

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Citation Context ... sequence also does not typically adopt the pedagogical reform features (e.g., active learning, conceptual focus, group work, written reports) that have been demonstrated to enhance student learning (=-=Garfield, 1995-=-). Thus, future teachers emerging from a traditional “math stat” sequence generally do not experience a model of data-oriented, activity-based teaching practices that they will be expected to adopt in... |

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Citation Context ...nt the activity is very similar to ones appropriate for Stat 101 students, for example as found in Activity-Based Statistics (Scheaffer, Gnanadesikan, Watkins & Witmer, 1996) and Workshop Statistics (=-=Rossman & Chance, 2001-=-). With this audience of mathematically inclined students, however, it is appropriate to ask them to take the next step and to calculate the exact p-value using hypergeometric probabilities. Thus, we ... |

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Citation Context ...ing features such as statistical thinking, active learning, conceptual understanding, genuine data, use of technology, collaborative learning, and communication skills. (See, for example, Cobb, 1992; =-=Cobb, 1995-=-; and Moore, 1997 for overviews of this reform movement). A wide variety of materials have been developed to support this type of instruction (see Moore, 2000 for descriptions of such teaching resourc... |

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Citation Context ...on, emphasizing features such as statistical thinking, active learning, conceptual understanding, genuine data, use of technology, collaborative learning, and communication skills. (See, for example, =-=Cobb, 1992-=-; Cobb, 1995; and Moore, 1997 for overviews of this reform movement). A wide variety of materials have been developed to support this type of instruction (see Moore, 2000 for descriptions of such teac... |

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Citation Context ...omization Test This activity concerns a psychology experiment to study whether having an observer with a vested interest in a subject’s performance on a cognitive task detracts from that performance (=-=Butler & Baumeister, 1998-=-). Twenty-three subjects played a video game ten times to establish their skill level. They were then told that they would win a prize in the next game if they surpassed a threshold value chosen for e... |

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Citation Context ...aterials become more readily available, noticeable changes are occurring in introductory courses, especially in the areas of teaching methods, course content, and use of technology (see, for example, =-=Garfield, 2000-=-). THE PROBLEM The vast majority of these educational reform efforts have been directed at what we will call “Stat 101,” an introductory, algebra-based, service course for non-majors. Relatively littl... |

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