tandfonline.com har udgivet en rapport under søgningen “Teacher Education Mathematics”:
Online and flipped courses are becoming more commonly found across disciplines, including in (bio)-statistics. The literature contains many case studies of instructors reporting on their use of these formats. However, a gap exists in regard to a systematic study of instructors’ implementation of, attitudes on, and recommendations for online or flipped courses in (bio)statistics. We conducted a survey to elicit such responses, and we report here on n = 24 instructors who teach (bio)statistics in the health sciences. These instructors’ courses are described, as well as results summarized for their responses on various aspects of these courses, ranging from the technology they use to whether they would recommend various approaches to teaching colleagues. These findings should be useful in providing a snapshot of the current use of these formats in teaching (bio)statistics in the health sciences, as well as informing other similar instructors who may be considering their own implementation of one of these formats.