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Journal of Effective Teaching, v15 n1 p59-68 2015

This article discusses important considerations for teachers who teach or may be thinking about teaching statistics online or in a hybrid/blended format. Suggestions from previous research and practical teaching experiences are examined. Moreover, the latest recommendations from the literature are considered in the context of teaching from a distance, which includes the 2014 curriculum guidelines published by the American Statistical As-sociation (ASA Curriculum Undergraduate Guidelines Workgroup, 2014) and the Guide-lines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) College Report (2005; 2012). The paper concludes with suggestions about essential next steps to further advance our understanding of teaching and learning in this environment.

Descriptors: Statistics, Distance Education, Teaching Methods, Blended Learning, Online Courses, Teaching Experience, Curriculum Guides, Undergraduate Study, Instructional Design, Course Organization, Course Content, Curriculum Implementation, Performance Factors

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Author: Mills, Jamie

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