Transforming Introductory Statistics Education:
A Flipped Classroom with Deliberate Practice and Team-Based Learning (with Dalene Stangl)
- Link to course webpage (for resources like learning objectives, videos, general course organization ideas): http://stat.duke.edu/courses/Spring13/sta101.001.
- Link to our CHANCE magazine column: Taking a chance in the classroom
- Scratch off (IF-AT) cards
- Team formation: "Getting to know you" survey for gathering information on student background and interests
- Team formation: Comprehensive Assessment of Outcomes in a First Statistics course (CAOS) exam for assessing statistical reasoning ability at the beginning of the course - there is also a posttest that can be conducted at the end.
- References for Bayesian analysis:
- "Placing trials in context using Bayesian analysis: GUSTO revisited by Reverend Bayes," J. Brophy, & L. Joseph, 1995, JAMA
- "The Mathematics of Making Up Your Mind," W. Hively 1996, Discover.
- "An international randomized trial comparing four thrombolytic strategies for acute myocardial infarction," The GUSTO Investigators, 1993, New England Journal of Medicine.
- Statistics: A Bayesian Perspective, D. Berry, 1996, Duxbury Press.