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Student Centered Learning in Statistics: Analysis of Systematic Review

Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences
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DOI: 10.1016/j.sbspro.2013.10.406
  • Student-Centered Learning
  • Statistics
  • Systematic Review
  • Education


Abstract This paper reports the initial results of research relatedto student-centered learning in statistics education. Student-centered learning (SCL) suggests students to engage actively as doers in education setting who are empowered to decide on what, when, where, and how to learn. Although SCL in statistics instruction research has rapidly increased, there is little study to evaluate and synthesize the results of relevant research in this area, specifically within the context of computer support education. The objective of this paper is to identify the direction of recent research in SCL usage in statistics teaching and learning. Four research questions were raised in this study: What are the important issues in student centered concept in statistics teaching and learning? What are the SCL methods in statistics course? Which methods are used in statistics education research? What type of computer supported material sources involved? This paper applies systematic review to summarize the research by performing synthesis on research resources. Results of the review were presented and discussed in the paper.

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