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Statistics for the twenty-first century

Author: Florence S Gordon; Sheldon P Gordon
Publisher: [S.l.] : Mathematical Association of America, ©1992.
Series: MAA notes, no. 26.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Florence S Gordon; Sheldon P Gordon
ISBN: 0883850788 9780883850787
OCLC Number: 27015361
Description: xii, 318 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Contents: Issues in statistical education : Towards lean and lively courses in statistics --
Teaching statistics as a respectable subject --
A multidisciplinary conversation on the first course in statistics --
Mathematics and statistics: an uneasy marriage --
Remedial statistics?: the implications for colleges of the changing secondary school curriculum --
Diagnostic testing for introductory statistics courses. Innovative curricula for statistical education : Data, discernment and decision: an empirical approach to introductory statistics --
Providing a statistical "model": teaching applied statistics using real-world data --
Low-tech ideas for teaching statistics --
Student-conducted projects in introductory statistics courses --
Hands-on activities in introductory statistics --
An introductory statistics course: the nonparametric way --
The quest for randomness and its statistical applications --
The psychology of learning probability. (cont.) Technology in statistical education : Does the computer help us understand statistics? --
Exploring probability and statistics using computer graphics --
Computer graphics and simulations in teaching statistics --
Sampling + simulations = statistical understanding: computer graphics simulations of sampling distributions --
Computer simulations to motivate understanding --
Using spreadsheets in teaching statistics --
Using HyperCard to teach statistics --
Graphing calculator enhanced introductory statistics. Resources for statistical education : Bibliography of materials for teaching statistics --
CHANCE: case studies of current chance issues --
Annotated bibliography of sources of real-world datasets useful for teaching applied statistics --
Is anyone out there?: electronic connections to the statistics community.
Series Title: MAA notes, no. 26.
Responsibility: Florence Gordon and Sheldon Gordon, editors.

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