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Topic: Stats Exams
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Joe H Ward

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Re: Stats Exams
Posted: May 24, 1996 9:20 AM
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Rex --

Are you subscribed to apstat-l? I think some of your messages would be
of interest to that list.


* Joe Ward 167 East Arrowhead Dr. *
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On Thu, 23 May 1996, Rex Boggs wrote:

> Date: Thu, 23 May 1996 16:43:30 -0400
> From: Rex Boggs <>
> To: Multiple recipients of list <>
> Subject: Re: Stats Exams
> Frank Fujita wrote:

> > I am in favor of reducing my workload too, but how do you
> >plan to keep students from accessing this site? ---<snip>-----

> I established a similar site for secondary mathematics assessment about
> 9 months ago.
> This issue was raised about that site also.
> So far it has not been a problem, and I don't expect to become one. Previous
> comments are correct - once the database reaches a reasonable size it would be a rather
> amazing student who would do _all_ of the questions in it in the hope that some of them
> appear on an exam. Note that in my database, worked solutions are not provided.
> Also, much of the assessment is assignments or projects. Students don't gain much by
> getting a peek at an assignment a few weeks early - they still have to do the hard
> yards.
> The benefits of sharing assessment and other resources far outweighs the potential
> difficulties.
> To see one model of what is being proposed, please visit my assessment and resource
> database (names SMARD) at:
> There is some statistics assessment there already.
> I would be happy for SMARD to be the site for assessment and resources for introductory
> statistics, as there is an overlap between that subject and the stats that we teach in
> our senior school.
> Cheers
> Rex

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