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<h1>Teaching the New Statistics</h1> <h2>Welcome</h2> <p>This OSF project helps organize resources for teaching the "New Statistics"--an approach that emphasizes asking quantitative questions, focusing on effect sizes, using confidence intervals to express uncertainty about effect sizes, using modern data visualizations, seeking replication, and using meta-analysis as a matter of course (Cumming, 2011).</p> <p><strong>Next workshop is at the 2019 <a href="https://www.psychologicalscience.org/conventions/annual" rel="nofollow">APS Conference on Sunday</a>, May 26th from 9am to 1pm, Wilson B - Mezzanine Level. </strong></p> <p><strong>To work along with the MPA workshop, please download this special version of ESCI:</strong> - <strong><a href="https://osf.io/ahvd2/download" rel="nofollow">ESCI for APS Workshop</a></strong> - <strong><a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Workshops%20-%20APS%202019/" rel="nofollow">All other resources</a></strong></p> <p>Resources from previous workshops: <em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Workshops%20-%20APS%202019/" rel="nofollow">APS 2019 Workshop in Washington, DC</a> </em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Workshops%20-%20MPA%202019/" rel="nofollow">MPA 2019 Workshop in Chicago, IL</a> <em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Workshops%20-%20NITOP%202019/" rel="nofollow">NITOP 2019 Workshop in St. Pete, FL</a> </em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/APS%202018%20Workshop/" rel="nofollow">APS Worskhop 2018 in San Francisco, CA</a> <em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Workshops%20-%20APS%202018%20Symposium/" rel="nofollow">APS Symposium 2018 in San Francisco, CA</a> </em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Workshops%20-%20STP%202016/" rel="nofollow">STP 2016 in Decatur, GA</a></p> <p>This goal of this project is to crowd-source the curation of resources to help support teaching the New Statistics, especially resources that will make it easier for instructors to make the switch away from the NHST approach. </p> <p>Interested in contributing resources, editing a section, or submitting commentary/feedback on existing resources? Please contact the page organizers, Bob Calin-Jageman or Craig Wendorf or Tamarah Smith: provide your OSF id, and a brief description of the contribution you would like to make. This OSF page can: <em> Store new resources, using OSF's free and version-controlled file storage system </em> Or link to existing resources</p> <p>Here are the main pages to help you get started: <em> Resources to help you <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Learn%20the%20New%20Statistics/" rel="nofollow">learn the New Statistics</a> </em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Textbooks%20that%20Cover%20the%20New%20Statistics/" rel="nofollow">Textbooks</a> and other print resources (moderated commentary/reviews are welcome) <em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Software%20Resources%20for%20the%20New%20Statistics/" rel="nofollow">Software resources</a> and guides for the New Statistics (moderated commentary/reviews are welcome) </em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Other%20Resources/" rel="nofollow">Demonstrations, simulations, and other resources</a> <em> <a href="https://osf.io/muy6u/wiki/Sample%20Data%20Sets%20of%20Analysis/" rel="nofollow">Sample data sets</a> </em> Instructor Resources (quizzes, assignments, etc.) - Email for access (required to prevent student access to keys)</p> <p>Students learning the new statistics are not immune to statistics anxiety and negative attitudes towards statistics. Here is a link to information and resources to help you address these barriers in your statistics course:</p> <p><a href="https://osf.io/79uq4/" rel="nofollow">https://osf.io/79uq4/</a></p>
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