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Using Student Journals from the CHANCE Instructor Handbook.

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Using Writing Assignments from the CHANCE Instructor Handbook.
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Minute Papers from the CHANCE Instructor Handbook.
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General References on Student Journals and Writing Assessments
 
  • JSM Symposium (2003): Improving Statistical Understanding: Using Writing in the Statistics Classroom. Click here to view [in pdf-format]
  • Hayden, R. (1989) "Using Writing to Improve Student Learning of Statistics". Available online: wac.colostate.edu/journal/vol8/hayden2.pdf [in pdf-format]
  • Radke Sharpe, N. (1997). “Assignments and Assessment”, Invited talk for “Assessment in Statistics Courses” Conference, Boston.
  • Radke-Sharpe, N. (1991). "Writing as a Component of Statistics Education." The American Statistician 45, 4.
  • Truran, J. (1998) “Using students’ writings to assess their cognitive and affective development in an elementary economics statistics course”. In I Pereira-Mendoza at.al. (Eds), Proceedings of the 5’th International Conference on Teaching Statistics (Vol 2, pp 701-707), Singapore.
 
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