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

Workshops

There are currently 8 pre-conference full and half-day workshops available on Saturday 7 July and/or Sunday 8 July for delegates to select if they wish to participate. Full details will be posted soon.

The cost is 3000 Japanese Yen for a half-day and 5000 Japanese Yen for a full-day workshop, including tea and lunch. These can be chosen as part of a delegate’s registration, or added to their registration if they have already registered. Questions can be directed to the workshop organiser or IPC workshop coordinator Sibel Kazak (sibelkazak@gmail.com or ipc@icots.info).


WorkshopSATURDAYPresenters
A1Morning
9:30-13:30
Teaching Data Science, Reproducibly (Part 1)Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel
BMorning
9:30-13:30
Teaching Introductory Statistics with Simulation-Based InferenceNathan Tintle, Beth Chance, Soma Roy, Jill VanderStoep
HMorning
9:30-13:30
Teaching Statistics with real-world census and health survey data from IPUMSLara Cleveland
CAfternoon
14:30-18:30
Teaching a Second Course in Statistics on Multi-variable ThinkingNathan Tintle, Beth Chance, Karen McGaughey, Soma Roy, Jill VanderStoep
DAfternoon
14:30-18:30
Statistics Refresher Boot Camp Workshop: Development of an Active Learning EnvironmentBrian Leventhal
IAfternoon
14:30-18:30
Engaging Students and Developing Data Detectives and Story-TellersVolker Kraft
 
WorkshopSUNDAYPresenters
A2Morning
9:30-13:30
Teaching Data Science, Reproducibly (Part 2)Mine Cetinkaya-Rundel
EMorning
9:30-13:30
Data visualization: principles and practice using Tableau Public and PythonSilas Bergen, Todd Iverson
FMorning
9:30-13:30
On teaching model-fitting through a newly developed estimator in the case of self-inverse distributionsSaleha Habibullah
GFull day
9:30-16:00
Developing statistical literacy related to civic statistics: Guidelines and classroom resources from ProCivicStatIddo Gal and other members of the ProCivicStat project