Resources for Teaching Statistics

This blog is dedicated to providing funny, mostly web-based, not-awful, not-boring examples for the teaching of statistics and research methods.


However, there are plenty of more pedagogically traditional, web-based organizations, resources, and journals that provide information that aids in the teaching of statistics and research methods. I have listed a few of them below. 

Journals:
Teaching of Psychology
Teaching Statistics

Polling Organizations (good for finding data related to current events):
Gallup
Pew Research Center

Pop Statistics:
Freakanomics blog
Fivethirtyeight

Stats Teaching Organizations:
This Is Statistics
Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education

Good Science Reporting:
NPR's The Hidden Brain
NY Magazine's The Science of Us

Good Intro Stats Data Generator:
Richard Lander's Data Set Generator

Statsy Science Reporters/Data Visualizers I Follow:
Mona Chalabi
Chris Wilson

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