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Doi, JA (2019)

Lecture Examples using Simulation-Based Inference and Active Learning

Journal of Japan Society of Mathematical Education 101(3), pp. 28-39.

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Abstract: This article provides an overview of a statistics lecture given in summer 2017 at Takasaki Super Science High School located in Gunma, Japan. The lecture consisted of four topics: simulation-based inference (SBI), Benfordís Law, longest run of heads or tails, and the Chaos Game. Each of the topics required active participation by the students. Lectures using SBI and active learning methods can be very effective to help students better understand statistical and mathematical concepts. A complete description of each of the four lecture topics is provided including many relevant resources.


Bibtex:
@article {, AUTHOR = {Jimmy A. Doi}, TITLE = {Lecture Examples using Simulation-Based Inference and Active Learning}, JOURNAL = {Journal of Japan Society of Mathematical Education}, YEAR = {2019}, VOLUME = {101}, NUMBER = {3}, PAGES = {28-39}, }


Reference Type: Journal Article

Subject Area(s): Mathematics Education, Statistics