Statistical Education/Teaching Materials
- Exploring data "This website is an outcome of
the 1997 Raybould Tutorial Fellowship. This website contains activities, worksheets, overhead
transparency masters, datasets and assessment to support data exploration. It also contains an
extensive collection of articles designed to enhance the statistics knowledge of the teacher.
There is a resources page that gives a select list of the finest resources available to support
introductory statistics, including texts, websites, datasets, java applets and mailing lists."
- JSE "The Journal of Statistics
Education disseminates knowledge for the improvement of statistics education at all levels,
including primary, secondary, post-secondary, postgraduate, continuing, and workplace education.
It is distributed electronically and, in accord with its broad focus, publishes contributions
that enhance the exchange of a diversity of interesting and useful information among educators,
practitioners, and researchers around the world. The intended audience includes anyone who
teaches statistics, as well as those interested in research on statistical and probabilistic
- Statistics and Statistical Graphics
Resources Maintained by Michael Friendly, Statistical Consulting Service and Psychology
Department, York University, "This page provides an annotated, topic-based collection of
available resources for statistics, statistical graphics, and computation related to research,
data analysis and teaching, now containing over 580 links." Index includes: General statistical
resources || York stuff || Statistical Associations || Statistics Departments || SAS stuff ||
SPSS || LispStat || S Plus || Minitab || Mathematica || Data Visualization & Statistical
Graphics || Psychology & Psychometrics || Online courses || Online WWW statistics || Data ||
Categorical Data Analysis || Other Statistical Packages || Unix || APL & J.
- ASA Section on Statistics Education A variety
of resources and information.
- Statistics Resources: Data Resources
A "comprehensive guide to the most commonly-used statistics resources on the Web." from
cti, Statistics Department of the University of Glasgow.
- Robin Lock's Homepage Good links to data sets and
- Chance Home "This site contains
materials to help teach a Chance course. Chance is a quantitative literacy course developed
cooperatively by the Chance Team."
- Chance and Data in the News
"The newspaper articles appearing here were collected from The Mercury, in Hobart, and
other News Limited newspapers throughout Australia to represent the five areas of the Chance and
Data curriculum, and aspects of Numeracy throughout mathematics. Each of these six sections
contains a few introductory questions, and many articles are followed by a short discussion and
student questions which can be used in the classroom. The discussions were written by Dr. Jane
Watson of the Faculty of Education at the University of Tasmania."
- WebCT Online text and
other resources from WebCT.
- Steve Rein's Regression/Correlation Demo
A nice tool for demonstrating some aspects of regression from Steve Rein of Cal Poly.
- Shodor From The
Shodor Education Foundation, Inc., Java Applet that are interactive demonstrations of various
basic ideas and methods.
- AP Stat Teaching Resources from AP Stat.
- Print Resources for Teaching Statistics: A Personal "Top Ten" List (doc)
From Alan Rossman (Dickinson College) and Beth Chance (Cal Poly). Other than there being 25
rather than 10, the name says it all.
- Resources for Teaching Statistics: An Extensive List (doc) Again from
Alan Rossman (Dickinson College) and Beth Chance (Cal Poly). A listing of an extensive variety
of teaching resources.
- UCLA A variety of resources under the "Teaching" selection.