Focus on Posters

P1: Tuesday 15th, 08:30-09:10
P2: Wednesday 16th, 08:30-09:10
P3: Thursday 17th, 08:30-09:10


Poster session P1 (Tuesday 15th, 08:30-09:10)

1Probability heuristics in year 10 students — a New Zealand studyHoward Edwards
2A first course in data mining: sustaining statistical education in the modern business curriculumDeborah Gougeon
3Changing how we use statistical lexicon: To the hiltDiane Fisher
Jennifer Kaplan
Neal Rogness
4Predictors of postgraduate asmission and students’ learning experiences in the school of statisticsJosefina Almeda
5The impact of clicker technology in a large introductory statistics class environmentZeny F. Mateo
Wan-Chen Lee
6Learning statistics in an undergraduate interdisciplinary research setting — the CRAWL experienceEdith Seier
7Teaching the exact test for proportionsEdith Seier
8Comics and cartoons: sustainability in statistics educationLiza Lorena Jala
9Assessment of different methods of teaching school children mathematical operations of two four-digit numbers using one way multivariate analysis of varianceUmeh Edith Uzoma
10The “lady” has a name: teaching history of statistics using Salsburg with correctionsKirk Anderson
Phyllis Curtiss
11Comparison of student flow in different colleges of Kuwait University using absorbing markov analysisShafiqah A. Al-Awadhi
12The power and ease of examples and exercises using a multivariate least squares computer programRichard Gorsuch
13Investigation of AP statistics students’ understanding of technical terminology with possible lexical ambiguitiesDouglas Whitaker
Tim Jacobbe
Steve Foti
14Students’ understanding of randomization-based inferenceCatherine Case
Melanie Battle
Tim Jacobbe
15The interaction between government agencies and the university in statistics educationAdriana D’Amelio
Silvana Dea Labat
16Quality engineering: an experience in teaching statistics for engineersElisa Henning
Adelmo Anselmo Martins
Marcelo Savio Ramos
17Using hierarchical models in assessment of teaching methods: an initial illustrationJillian Lyon
Ulrike Genschel
Mark Kaiser
18Teaching future high school teachers to teach statisticsNancy Boynton
41Two course-wide assessment tools for introductory statisticsChristopher E. Barat

Poster session P2 (Wednesday 16th, 08:30-09:10)

19A proposal by ISTAT to support the teaching of statistics in primary schoolNadia Caporrella
Silvia Da Valle
Luciana Micucci
Susi Osti
20Redesigning an undergraduate statistics course using a flipped classroom modelKristin Harvey
22A review of statistics education in KENYABeatrice Wanjiku Gichohi
23Development of statistical literacy in undergraduate studentsDiana Keosayian
Elizabeth Johnson
24Teaching statistics - teaching maths An experimentation routeGaetana Bartolomei
Ornella Giambalvo
25Professional develpoment courses in statistical training instituteHyunSik Hwang
Kyung Ae Park
26Evidence-based policy making and statistical educationKyung Ae Park
27A psychometric analysis of the goals and outcomes associated with learning statistics (GOALS) instrumentAnelise Sabbag
Andrew Zieffler
28Students in need of an attitude adjustment?April Kerby
Jacqueline Wroughton
29Illustrating inference in an introductory statistics course using simulationJeff Kollath
30Applying teaching for understanding in statisticsTeresita Evelina Terán
Diana Kohan
31Epidemic: a computer based training environment for informal inferential reasoningJoachim Engel
Tim Erickson
32A case study of an elementary school student’s informal inferential reasoning in the paper helicopter experimentTakashi Kawakami
33Design of anticipatory tasks along a hypothetical learning trajectory for understanding probability distributionDarcy Conant
34Using actionable intelligence to enhance student success in introductory statistics coursesBrenda Gunderson
Karen Nielsen
35On confidence intervals from permutation testsMara Tableman
Minh Nguyen
Michael Ernst
36High school teachers’ conditional probability content knowledgeAdam Molnar

Poster session P3 (Thursday 17th, 08:30-09:10)

37Attention to details: does it facilitate or impede learningWilliam Rybolt
38Probability and statistics knowledge for teaching, in school teachers preparation in chilean universitiesEugenio Chandía
Anita Araneda
39Assessment on the confidence levels of educators teaching statistics in South AfricaDesiree Timmet
40Preliminary results of the effects and roles of fun in introductory statistics classesLawrence Lesser
Dennis Pearl
Reynaldo Reyes
John Weber
42Using R to create assessments for course management systemsNichole Andrews
Bradford Dykes
43Keeping the momentum: sustaining interest in statistics lectures for non-statisticiansAngela Wade
Eirini Koutoumanou
Vicki Aldridge
44Advice for using faculty connections to create research opportunities for undergraduatesIvan Ramler
Jessica Chapman
45Towards a more conceptual way of understanding and implementing inferential rulesJohanna Hardin
Thalia Rodriguez
47The challenges of implementing a randomization approach to introductory statistics in the high school settingBrandon Hanson
Natasha Gerstenschlager
48Exploring statistical literacy in Northeast China: finding a path from the classroom to the workplaceRobert Giebitz
49Factors of sustainability in statistics education in UkraineRuslan Motoryn
Motoryna Tetiana
50On statistics education innovation from statistics development perpectivesYu Zhu
Meng Wang
51Education and training statistics in RussiaOlga Bashina
Pavel Smelov
52Experience of carrying the National Statistical Olympiad in RussiaPavel Smelov
Elena Egorova
53Discovery projects in elementary statistics: curriculum materials and measurement of student outcomesDianna J. Spence
Gregg Velatini
54Learning statistics based upon multiple theories of probabilityChong Ho Yu
Anna Yu