Uncertainty in mathematics can become a source of power for students. It might also open other mathematical doors.
Susan O. Cannon and Mark Sanders
Edited by Albert A. Sanders, E. Paul Goldenberg and June Mark
Because computers are so often used for statistical analysis in real-world situations, they should be highly integrated into statistics classrooms. Computers can be used not only to analyze data but, with the availability of computer networks, to collect data as well. Networks can also assist students in communicating with people who are far away, thus helping to interest students in the statistics. This article chronicles an example of using the Internet, the world's largest network, to teach high school statistics.