Poster Abstracts

P1: Probability heuristics in year 10 students — a New Zealand study

Howard Edwards

P2: A first course in data mining: sustaining statistical education in the modern business curriculum

Deborah Gougeon

P3: Changing how we use statistical lexicon: To the hilt

Diane Fisher, Jennifer Kaplan, Neal Rogness

P4: Predictors of postgraduate asmission and students’ learning experiences in the school of statistics

Josefina Almeda

P5: The impact of clicker technology in a large introductory statistics class environment

Zeny F. Mateo, Wan-Chen Lee

P6: Learning statistics in an undergraduate interdisciplinary research setting — the CRAWL experience

Edith Seier, Joyner, Moore, Jones, Joplin

P7: Teaching the exact test for proportions

Edith Seier

P8: Comics and cartoons: sustainability in statistics education

Liza Lorena Jala

P9: Assessment of different methods of teaching school children mathematical operations of two four-digit numbers using one way multivariate analysis of variance

Umeh Edith Uzoma

P10: The “lady” has a name: teaching history of statistics using Salsburg with corrections

Kirk Anderson, Phyllis Curtiss

P11: Comparison of student flow in different colleges of Kuwait University using absorbing markov analysis

Shafiqah A. Al-Awadhi

P12: The power and ease of examples and exercises using a multivariate least squares computer program

Richard Gorsuch

P13: Investigation of AP statistics students’ understanding of technical terminology with possible lexical ambiguities

Douglas Whitaker, Tim Jacobbe, Steve Foti

P14: Students’ understanding of randomization-based inference

Catherine Case, Melanie Battle, Tim Jacobbe

P15: The interaction between government agencies and the university in statistics education

Adriana D’Amelio, Silvana Dea Labat

P16: Quality engineering: an experience in teaching statistics for engineers

Elisa Henning, Adelmo Anselmo Martins, Marcelo Savio Ramos

P17: Using hierarchical models in assessment of teaching methods: an initial illustration

Jillian Lyon, Ulrike Genschel, Mark Kaiser

P18: Teaching future high school teachers to teach statistics

Nancy Boynton

P19: A proposal by ISTAT to support the teaching of statistics in primary school

Nadia Caporrella, Silvia Da Valle, Luciana Micucci, Susi Osti

P20: Redesigning an undergraduate statistics course using a flipped classroom model

Kristin Harvey

P22: A review of statistics education in KENYA

Beatrice Wanjiku Gichohi

P23: Development of statistical literacy in undergraduate students

Diana Keosayian, Elizabeth Johnson

P24: Teaching statistics - teaching maths An experimentation route

Gaetana Bartolomei, Ornella Giambalvo

P25: Professional develpoment courses in statistical training institute

HyunSik Hwang, Kyung Ae Park

P26: Evidence-based policy making and statistical education

Kyung Ae Park

P27: A psychometric analysis of the goals and outcomes associated with learning statistics (GOALS) instrument

Anelise Sabbag, Andrew Zieffler

P28: Students in need of an attitude adjustment?

April Kerby, Jacqueline Wroughton

P29: Illustrating inference in an introductory statistics course using simulation

Jeff Kollath

P30: Applying teaching for understanding in statistics

Teresita Evelina Terán, Diana Kohan

P31: Epidemic: a computer based training environment for informal inferential reasoning

Joachim Engel, Tim Erickson

P32: A case study of an elementary school student’s informal inferential reasoning in the paper helicopter experiment

Takashi Kawakami

P33: Design of anticipatory tasks along a hypothetical learning trajectory for understanding probability distribution

Darcy Conant

P34: Using actionable intelligence to enhance student success in introductory statistics courses

Brenda Gunderson, Karen Nielsen

P35: On confidence intervals from permutation tests

Mara Tableman, Minh Nguyen, Michael Ernst

P36: High school teachers’ conditional probability content knowledge

Adam Molnar

P37: Attention to details: does it facilitate or impede learning

William Rybolt

P38: Probability and statistics knowledge for teaching, in school teachers preparation in chilean universities

Eugenio Chandía, Anita Araneda

P39: Assessment on the confidence levels of educators teaching statistics in South Africa

Desiree Timmet

P40: Preliminary results of the effects and roles of fun in introductory statistics classes

Lawrence Lesser, Dennis Pearl, Reynaldo Reyes, John Weber

P41: Two course-wide assessment tools for introductory statistics

Christopher E. Barat

P42: Using R to create assessments for course management systems

Nichole Andrews, Bradford Dykes

P43: Keeping the momentum: sustaining interest in statistics lectures for non-statisticians

Angela Wade, Eirini Koutoumanou, Vicki Aldridge

P44: Advice for using faculty connections to create research opportunities for undergraduates

Ivan Ramler, Jessica Chapman

P45: Towards a more conceptual way of understanding and implementing inferential rules

Johanna Hardin, Thalia Rodriguez

P47: The challenges of implementing a randomization approach to introductory statistics in the high school setting

Brandon Hanson, Natasha Gerstenschlager

P48: Exploring statistical literacy in Northeast China: finding a path from the classroom to the workplace

Robert Giebitz

P49: Factors of sustainability in statistics education in Ukraine

Ruslan Motoryn, Motoryna Tetiana

P50: On statistics education innovation from statistics development perpectives

Yu Zhu, Meng Wang

P51: Education and training statistics in Russia

Olga Bashina, Pavel Smelov

P52: Experience of carrying the National Statistical Olympiad in Russia

Pavel Smelov, Elena Egorova

P53: Discovery projects in elementary statistics: curriculum materials and measurement of student outcomes

Dianna J. Spence, Gregg Velatini

P54: Learning statistics based upon multiple theories of probability

Chong Ho Yu, Anna Yu