We asked contributors to talk about how they utilize technology when teaching with simulation-based inference methods. A common theme in the responses is finding ways to to capitalize on technology’s capability of having students construct their own understanding of key ideas.
|Moving from learning statistics to discovering statistics||Scott Rifkin|
|Students building their own simulation: How hard can it be?||Tim Erickson|
|Different tools for different audiences||Catalyst Group|
|Reflections on my changing technology||Beth Chance|
|How I teach SBI using R||Randall Pruim|
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