10th International
Conference on
Teaching Statistics
8 – 13 July 2018
Kyoto, Japan

Focus on Posters

P1: Monday 9th, 17:30-18:10
P2: Tuesday 10th, 17:30-18:10



Poster session P1 (Monday 9th, 17:30-18:10)

1The Impact of Homework Feedback on Statistical Literacy in Austrian Computer Science Students Thomas Forstner
3Learning Statistics From Data Yuan-chin Chang
5Practice of Proactive Utilization of Mathematical Representation in Learning of Statistics Kunihiko Shimizu
7Context of statistical graphs in primary school textbooks in Costa Rica Pedro Arteaga
9Learning of statistics in a Mexican telescondary school: impact of statistical enquiry in students outcomes Alberto Santana Ortega
11The introduction of chemometrics course as a step forward to modernization of study curriculum at engineering faculties Sanja Podunavac-Kuzmanovic
13Modified Information Matrix Tests for Detecting Misspecification in the Random Effects of GLMMs Kuo-Chin Lin
15Every learner is unique so why couldn’t their assignments be unique? The use of simulated datasets in inferential statistics courses. S. Jeanne Horst
17Developing secondary preservice mathematics teachers’ statistical knowledge for teaching Stephanie Casey
19Integration of Extensive Technology in a Canadian Service Statistics Course Wesley Burr
23Teaching of Application Matrix Operations using Statistical Software Edith Umeh
25A study of practical statistics education using questionnaire survey ; through the joint education of companies and universities Mie Fujiki
27University Math and Stats Support Centre and how to reduce a rate of unsuccessful studies Maria Králová
29A novel way to teach biostatistics to public health students Qi Zheng
31Information Request of the Society as a Condition for the Development of Statistical Literacy Elena Zarova
33Modelling and statistics in food product design - modernization of food engineering courses Gordana Cetkovic
35C-SOMAS: Measuring Classroom Characteristics Marjorie E. Bond
37Basic statistics starts with bivariate for academic degree program Lita Pertiwi
39A web-based learning system for junior high school students and high school students Takatsugu Yoshioka
41A case study on the development of statistical thinking using multivariate data:Based on Olympic Decathlon Koki Hosoda
43Mastery-Based Grading in Introductory Statistics Katherine M. Kinnaird
45Students competences in dealing with the classical and frequentist approach to probability Tobias Rolfes
47The construction of the central ideas of the sampling through tecnology in university students Amable Moreno
49Do standardized tests contribute to statistical education? Adriana D´Amelio
51What Would Fisher Do? A Useful Tool for Teaching the Model Construction Process Julie Garai
53Statistical Practices: What do Statisticians do? Layla Guyot
55Dealing with Symbols with Multiple Meanings in Inferential Statistics Von Bing Yap
57Student perceptions of online learning: lessons from an undergraduate statistics course in health Darren Wraith
59Effects and characteristics of representative values for the 6th grade in elementary school Naoki Ohta
61Data Science Education using Statistical Graphic Concour Chitose Nishiyama
63Planning Designing Multilevel Mediation and Moderation Studies: An Interactive Package to Learn Core Considerations and Optimal Design Approaches Ben Kelcey
65Comparison of Assessment Methods in an Undergraduate Biostatistics Course Jennifer Daddysman
67Comparison of Campus and Online Sections of a Flipped Introductory Statistics Course Craig Johnson
69Validity Evidence Claims and Plan for the SOMAS Instruments Douglas Whitaker
71Adapting statistics education to a cognitively heterogeneous student population Hilde Vinje