Motivation is key to learning. The author points out that it is important to engage intuition for aspects of statistics that pupils find counter-intuitive. Three strategies—using multiple representations, using intuitive analogies, and using counterintuitive examples—provide opportunities for scholars to gain a better understanding of the concepts.
- Use the article to start a discussion about other methods to connect the learners with the content
- Find out the different representations that help class members understand concepts better
- The class should be aware of advanced statistical content
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- Includes a list of references
- Provides a link to contact the author