|Piotr J. Bialas (USA)||PBialas@msn.com|
The rising interest in introductory statistics courses among American high school students, coupled with rapid developments in multimedia technology supported by the publishing industry, deeply affect the choice of pedagogical approaches.
Most traditional hardware and software statistical packages were designed to ease the burden of "number crunching" and of constructing graphical displays of data. For example, the TI-83 Plus graphing calculator statistical utilities allow novice students to navigate efficiently through different statistical submenus, and may be helpful in teaching statistical theories.
In this poster paper, the catalog utility and the cut-and-paste features of the TI-83 Plus will be used to demonstrate both ONE-WAY ANOVA and TWO-WAY ANOVA, (2x2 and/or 3x2 design), procedures.
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