An Active Learning Approach to Teaching Statistics
Teaching of Psychology Volume 28, Number 1, ISSN 0098-6283
Provides suggestions for using active learning as the primary means to teaching statistics in order to create a collaborative environment. Addresses such strategies as using SPSS Base 7.5 for Windows and course periods centered on answering student-generated questions. Discusses various writing intensive assignments. (CMK)
Dolinsky, B. (2001). An Active Learning Approach to Teaching Statistics. Teaching of Psychology, 28(1), 55-56.
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