Teaching and Learning Statistics in the Wake of COVID-19
Title: Teaching and Learning Statistics in the Wake of COVID-19
Description: You are invited to take part in a research project about how teaching and learning statistics and research methods has been impacted by COVID-19. In particular, we are interested in understanding how statistics and research methods is taught at a tertiary level, and how these practices have changed as a result of the necessary switch to online learning during the pandemic. The study is being conducted by Kira Maher and will contribute to her Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) project at James Cook University. Kira is supervised by Dr Amanda Krause and Dr Daniel Miller. This study has been approved by the JCU Human Research Ethics Committee (ID: H8362) and is funded by the JCUA/S Cross-collaboration grant scheme.
Specifics: Study Population: Be sure to specify the regional population you are targeting in addition to other study characteristics.
This study is open to all tertiary educators involved in teaching research methods and/or statistics.
Participant Obligation: Participants are invited to complete an online questionnaire that should take 20-30 minutes to complete.
Location: Online - Townsville
Project lead: Kira Maher. Supervisor: Dr Amanda Krause
Study Dates: April 26, 2021 to July 31, 2021
Study Website: http://bit.ly/TL_stats21