The digibook Titanic is an introduction to the analysis of statistical data on the basis of the data on the survivors and died of the Titanic tragedy.
There is a passengers list with name, age, gender, class, and whether or not he or she has survived.
A digibook offers complete teaching material, both the introduction to the exercises, links to the apps and the exercise on top of the app. Students can work with this material almost without support.
Extra. The last part of the digibook offers a first introduction to the randomization method in the case of a cross table.
Start the lesson at www.vustat.eu/digibook/titanic_en
From Hollylynne S. Lee
These apps look wonderful! I am immediately going to use them as a resource in my current graduate course on statistical thinking!
And I will make sure they are in our next MOOC! Love them and how you are making them accessible across languages. 🙂
Hollylynne S. Lee
Professor, Mathematics and Statistics Education
University Faculty Scholar
Department of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics Education
Faculty Fellow, Friday Institute for Educational Innovation
Hollyline S. Lee organises the MOOC Teaching Statistics Through Data Investigation MOOC for Educators. We continue to serve teachers from across the globe and have over 400 participants in the current session (open until June 30, 2017).
Fall 2017 a new MOOC will start focuses on Teaching Statistics Through Inferential Reasoning. See the course description and outline here.