Teaching, Learning and Retention of Statistical Ideas in Introductory Statistics Education
Keywords:Introductory statistics education, Statistics teaching and learning
Introductory statistics education aims to train students to be efficient users, consumers or communicators of statistics. Building studentsâ€™ conceptual understanding and statistical reasoning skills is essential for an introductory statistics course to be successful. Effective course curriculum must be developed to accommodate the facilitation and assessment of studentsâ€™ retention of statistical knowledge learned. This paper presents a mixture of literature review and personal reflection on these issues in regard with introductory statistics teaching and learning.
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