Category: Teaching

To Understand (or Teach) CIs, Adopt an Estimation Mindset

Update 8 June. Some minor tweaks. Addition of the full reference for two papers mentioned. Of course I would say that, wouldn’t I?! It’s the basis of ITNS and a new-statistics approach. But the latest issue of SERJ adds a

A Promising Textbook? I Don’t Think So

Updated 30 May 2019. A few tweaks to the text below. I have now had a chance to have a squiz at the book itself. Bob has also seen the book and given a quick opinion. I am confirmed in

Preregistration: Why and How

Prereg Workshop at APS Steve Lindsay usefully posted a comment to draw our attention to the Preregistration Workshop on offer at the APS Convention coming up shortly in D.C.. You can scan the full list of Workshops here–there are lots

APS Publicises the TAS Articles

The APS has just released this Research Spotlight item: Suddenly it’s more than 5 years since APS made some important and very early steps to promote Open Science and new-statistics practices. Back in Jan 2014, then Editor-in-Chief of Psychological Science,

Moving Beyond p < .05: The Latest

A couple of days ago, the three authors of the Nature paper accompanying the special issue of TAS on moving beyond p < .05 sent the update below. (See below for lots of links.) We are writing with a brief

Microworlds

Last month I (Bob) visited a local elementary school for a “Science Alliance” visit. This is a program in our community to being local scientists into the classroom. I brought the Cartoon Network simulator I have been developing (Calin-Jageman, 2017,

Teaching The New Statistics: The Action’s in D.C.

The Academy Awards are out of the way, so we can focus on what’s really important: the APS Convention, May 23-26, 2019, in Washington D.C. For the first time for many years I won’t be there, but new-statistics action continues

A Second Edition of ITNS? Here’s the Latest

Our first blog post about a possible second edition of ITNS is here. All the comments I made there, and the questions I asked, remain relevant. We’ve had some very useful feedback and suggestions, but we’d love more. You could

Play, Wonder, Empathy – Latest Educational Trends, Says The Open University

My long-time friend and colleague Mike Sharples told me about the recently released Innovating Pedagogy 2019 report from The Open University (U.K.). It’s the seventh in an annual series initiated by Mike. Each report aims to describe a number of

Draw Pictures to Improve Learning?

In ITNS we included a short section near the start describing good strategies for learning, based on empirical studies. Scattered through the book are reminders and encouragement to use the effective strategies. Now, just as we’re thinking about possible improvements

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