Technology Changing the Teaching of Statistics
How can technology make the learning of statistics more manageable and meaningful for college students and for all educated citizens?
||Statistics, Undergraduate Education, Graphing Calculators
International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, Volume 2, Issue 5, pp.95-100.
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BA (McGill) African Studies in 1972, additional coursework at Concordia University, Library Acquisitions Dept. Supervisor at McGill (1972-1976), Assembly Line Worker at Continental Can in Montreal (1976-1978), High School Mathematics Teacher (1979-1981), PhD (SUNY Buffalo) in Mathematics Education in 1987. Professor at Indiana U. of PA in mathematics education from 1985 to present. Received several grants from 1992 to present to humanize the teaching of mathematics education at all levels (elementary school, secondary, undergraduate, and graduate). Presented at numerous mathematics education and mathematics conferences. Research and teaching interests include integrating hands-on real data into all mathematical topics, quantitative literacy, gender equity in mathematics, technology in mathematics education, multi-disciplinary connections, philosophical issues in mathematics education, and problem posing / problem solving. Specializing in Elementary Mathematics Education, along with Secondary Mathematics Education. Teaching both methods and content for teachers along with some mathematics service courses.
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