Skip Navigation

Online Resource Portal

CAUSEweb Browse Resources Get Recommendations About Help Advanced Search

Webinar: Using Calibrated Peer Review in Statistics & Biology: A Coordinated Stat. Literacy Project

Ellen Gundlach and Nancy Palaez (both of Purdue University) use Calibrated Peer Review, an online writing and peer evaluation program available from UCLA, to introduce statistical literacy to Nancy's freshman biology students and to bring a real-world context to statistical concepts for Ellen's introductory statistics classes in an NSF-funded project. CPR allows instructors in large classes to give their students frequent writing assignments without a heavy grading burden. Ellen and Nancy have their students read research journal articles on interesting subjects and use guiding questions to evaluate these articles for statistical content, experimental design features, and ethical concerns.
Cumulative Rating: (not yet rated)
Date Of Record Creation 2009-12-22 11:30:00
Date Last Modified 2009-12-22 11:32:00
Alternate Title October 13, 2009 T&L webinar
Resource Type
Audience
Format
Author Name Ellen Gundlach, Nancy Palaez
Author Organization Purdue University
Source Code Available On
Material Type
Statistical Topic
Copyrights
Cost
Intended User Role
Math Level

Resource Comments

(no comments available yet for this resource)