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A Statistics Education Package Tong-Gramy for 5-8 Graders
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 Title & Authors
A Statistics Education Package Tong-Gramy for 5-8 Graders
Lee, Jung Jin; Lee, Tae Rim; Kang, Gunseog; Kim, Sungsoo; Park, Heon Jin; Lee, Yoon-Dong; Sim, Songyong;
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 Abstract
The elementary school curriculum includes some statistical concepts and many graphical methods. However, statistical concepts are difficult to understand; consequently, many of those graphs and numerical summaries are obtained by hand. We develop an intuitive statistics education package called Tong-Gramy focused on 5-8 graders to help students and teachers study statistics. This software covers numerical and graphical statistics that appear in 5-8 graders' textbooks. The graphs provided are dynamically linked to data and every graph is linked to every datum. The graphs of Tong-Gramy are dynamic graphs and morphing technology is used where applicable.
 Keywords
Statistical education;statistical computing;JAVA FX;object oriented programming;K-Plot;
 Language
Korean
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