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A Digital Nervous System for Elementary Statistics Education in the Mobile Age: SmartNote
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A Digital Nervous System for Elementary Statistics Education in the Mobile Age: SmartNote
Han, Kyung-Soo;
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 Abstract
Many students in introductory statistics courses do not engage in learning under traditional classroom settings. A statistics instructor is often irritated by student behaviors such as sleeping, talking out of place, and acting bored or apathetic during lectures. The lecture and exercises in the computer laboratory should constantly compete with materials via the Internet to draw the attention of the student. To address problems in statistics education, we propose a digital nervous system in which a teacher and students can communicate with each other.
 Keywords
Traditional classroom;statistics education;digital nervous system;
 Language
Korean
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