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USCOTS 2005 - Spotlight on Research


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Spotlight Titles

R2

Elementary Preservice Teachers' Conceptions of Variability
Dan Canada - Eastern Washington University
Handout (PDF)

R3

Factors Involved in Failure of Underrepresented Students in Statistics
Mario Davidson - The Ohio State University
Handout (PDF)

R1

What Do Students Understand About the Standard Deviation?
Bob delMas - University of Minnesota

R4

Is Assigning Homework Prior to Lecture More Effective in Statistical Learning than Assigning Homework After Lecture?
Richard Drapeau - Lamar University
Handout (PDF)

R5

A "No Points" Stats Course
Paul Fields - Brigham Young University

R6

Reasoning About P-values: Results of a Research-Based Survey
Sharon Lane-Getaz - University of Minnesota
Handout (PDF)

R12

An Investigation of Students' Knowledge Retention of Statistical Concepts Using Problem-Posing Methodology
Carl Lee - Central Michigan University
Handout (PDF)

R7

An Attempt to Move From "Sadistics" to Statistics
Nyaradzo Mvududu - Seattle Pacific University
Handout (PDF)

R10

SATS at BSU: Attitudes and Approaches
Rebecca Pierce - Brigham Young University

R11

Assessing Student Perceptions of Lecture Usefulness: Application of a Preliminary Scale
Nathan R. Todd - University of Illinois (Urbana-Champaign)
Handout (PDF)

R8

Computer Use in Statistics Education: A Literature Review
Jiarong Zhao - University of Connecticut

R9

Correlation is Not Causation: A Study on Instructor Perceptions About Student Understanding During a Unit on Bivariate Data
Andrew Zieffler - University of Minnesota

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