|Philip J. Boland (Ireland)||Philip.J.Boland@ucd.ie|
Statistics is a very broad discipline encompassing so many areas of practical application. In fact doesn't everyone need to learn (and be taught) Statistics? In Topic 8 we will include sessions which address special aspects of teaching statistics which do not necessarily fall under one of the main conference themes covered in Topics 1:7. To get a flavour for this Topic consider some of the following issues:
|Session 8A||Learning Factors in Statistics Education||
Robert (Bob) delMas (USA)
|Session 8B||Data Analysis and Statistical Learning||Kay McClain (USA)|
|Session 8E||Projects and Poster Competitions in Statistics Education||Jerry Moreno (USA)|
|Session 8F||The Mass Media and Statistics||Shen Shir Ming (China)|
|Session 8G||Teaching Statistics to Second-Language Students||Mbulaheni Nthangeni (South Africa)|
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