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Following is a selection of presentations from the Joint Mathematics Meetings, 8-11 January 1997, San Diego, CA.

MAA Session

Teaching the Practice of Statistics at All LevelsOrganizers:

K. L. D. Gunawardena, University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh gunaward@vaxa.cis.uwosh.edu

Anne D. Sevin, Framingham State College

Chitra Gunawardena, University of Wisconsin Center

Hands-on Activities for Probability and Mathematical Statistics Courses

Anne D. Sevin, Framingham State CollegeMapleand the Sample Mean from the Cauchy Distribution

Elliot A Tanis, Hope College

John J Krueger, Hope CollegeUsing writing in statistics courses

Robert E Buck, Slippery Rock UniversityUsing the Computer Algebra System Maple in Applied Statistics

Amy L. Rocha, San Jose State UniversityCorrelation, Regression, and Moments of Inertia

Roger B. Nelsen, Lewis & Clark CollegeUsing Mathematica in Statistics Courses for Mathematics Majors

Jenny Baglivo, Boston CollegeHalf-Course Offerings in Statistics

John D. McKenzie, Jr., Babson CollegeEnhancing Statistics Using an Industrial Simulation

Bruce McLean, Georgia Southern UniversityTime Series Analysis: An Introduction to Applied Statistics for Math Majors?

Robin H Lock, St. Lawrence UniversitySimulation to the Rescue in ANOVA

Donald E Miller, Saint Mary's CollegeAn in-depth case studies approach to statistics

Deborah Nolan, University of California, Berkeley

Terence P Speed, University of California, BerkeleyImproving Statistics Education Through Academe/Industry Collaboration

Roxy L Peck, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo

Using Short Focused Projects to Get Students Working with Data

Patti Frazer Lock, St. Lawrence UniversityUsing newspaper statistics to help motivate business statistics students

Ann E. Moskol, Rhode Island CollegeTeaching Statistics in a Developing Country

Vincent Malaibe, University of Papua New Guinea

Deane E. Arganbright, University of Papua New GuineaWho's the Winner?: An Exercise in Measuring Deviations.

Kathleen M. Shannon, Salsibury State University

William S. Weber, Jr., Eastern Arizona CollegeAlternative Assessment: An Effective Framework for Teaching Statistics.

Nkechi M Agwu, BMCC, CUNYGetting Confidence in Interval Estimates

Norbert J Kuenzi, UW-OshkoshChoosing the Best: A Decision-Making Activity

Allan J Rossman, Dickinson CollegeVisualizing Probabilities

Alan C. Krinik, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

- Integrating Technology in the Introductory Statistics Course

Leona L. Mirza, North Park CollegeIntegrating Activities and Computer Technology into an Elementary Statistics Course

Yvonne M. Zubovic, Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort WayneIncorporating a Laboratory Component into Statistics Courses

Beth L ChanceA Variety of Components for Effective Teaching

Cathy W Carter, Christian Brothers UniversityIntegration of Statistical Concepts into Courses before Introductory Statistics

Norean Radke Sharpe, Babson CollegeHow do Naperville residents do in recycling?

Linda Q. Gao, North Central CollegeHypothesis Testing Logic in Introductory Statistics

Pavel A Bosin, NSUMore Problem Solving Power: Exploiting Prediction Models and Statistical Software in a One-Semester Course

Joe H. Ward, Jr., Health Careers High School

Robert L. Fountain,Brains, Elasticities, and Slime: An Activity for Teaching Transformations

George W. Cobb, Mount Holyoke CollegeBeach Balls, Cards and Graphing Calculators

Yajun Yang, State University of New York, Farmindale, New YorkConstructive Technology for Teaching Statistical Concepts

Richard L Scheaffer, University of FloridaUsing the World Wide Web for Teaching Statistics

K.L.D. Gunawardena, UW Oshkosh

Advanced placement statistics.

MAA Panel DiscussionOrganizers:

Ann Watkins, California State University, Northridge

Panelists:

Duane Hinders, Gunn High School

Rosemary Roberts, Bowdoin College

Richard L. Schaeffer, University of Florida

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