The Association of Statistics Lecturers in Universities (ASLU) is holding its 1-day conference "Recent developments in Teaching Statistics: The use of Computers and Problem Based Learning" at the Royal Statistical Society (12 Errol Street, London) on Wednesday 1st December 2010, from 10.30 to 4pm.
Registration deadline is the 24th November 2010.
The cost is £50 for the day, including the registration fee, lunch and refreshments, with a 50% discount for full-time students and researchers.
For further details and a registration form please contact Dr Shah-Jalal Sarker [log in to unmask] or Dr Nasrollah Saebi <[log in to unmask]>
Please complete and return your registration form via email and the cheque via post (by the 24th November 2010) to:
Dr Shah-Jalal Sarker
Lecturer in Biostatistics,
Centre for Experimental Cancer Medicine, Institute of Cancer, Queen Mary, University of London, Old Anatomy Building, Charterhouse Square, London EC1M- 6BQ.
Tel: 020 788 28495,
E-mail: [log in to unmask]
10:00-10:30: Registration and Coffee
10.30-10.45: Nasrollah Saebi (Kingston University)
“Contribution of ASLU to Statistical Education”
10.45-11.30: Philip Sedgwick (St. George’s, University of London)
“Teaching Statistics To Medical Students in an Integrated Curriculum”
11.30-12.15: Joan Morris (Queen Mary, University of London) “TBA”
12.15-13.00: John Marriot (University of Plymouth), Ewan Crawford (University of Glasgow)
“Teaching statistics through problem solving: using real time retrieval”
13.00-14.15: Lunch (12 Errol Street Basement)
14.15-15.00: Andrew Titman (Lancaster University)
“Personal Response Systems for teaching postgraduate statistics to small groups”
15.15-16.00: Jenny Freeman (University of Sheffield)
“The application of problem-based learning to statistics education: a case study”
16:00-16:30: Annual General Meeting of ASLU, End of Conference
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