Introduction to Statistical Investigations by Nathan Tintle, Beth Chance, George Cobb, Allan Rossman, Soma Roy, Todd Swanson, and Jill VanderStoep VIDEOS

## Informational videos

The following videos were prepared to give an idea of how we use randomization and simulation techniques in our introductory statistics curriculum.
• Introdution to Chance Models: Students are led through the first example in Chapter 1 (Can Dolphins Communicate?) as they discover the logic of inference using a single proportion. While building on their own intuition, they use coin flipping to model a null distribution and then speed up the process with the use of an applet.
• Chance Models: In this introduction to chance models we take a quick look at how we introduce inference during the first week of the semester. This is done by testing a single proportion. At this point, we do not use traditional statistics terminology like null hypothesis or p-value. That will come in the next section.
• Two Proportions: This video shows a simulation-based method in statistics that can be used to test two proportions. These tests are sometimes called randomization tests or permutation tests.
• Two Means: In this video we show how to do a simulation-based test for two means taken from independent samples. This test is quite similar to that of testing two proportions.
• Paired Data: A simulation-based method for testing paired data is shown in this video. Students at this point would have seen tests for a single proportion, single mean, two proportions, and two means from independent samples.

## Workshop presentations

The following vidoes are recordings of online workshops
• Teaching Statistics with Simulation-Based Inference (90min)
• Active-learning in an Online Environment, Wiley webinar (Register for the workshop to receive access to the recording)
• Teaching the Statistical Investigation Process with Randomization-based Inference (2 hour)
• Multivariable thinking (1:42)
• Introducing Statistical Inference with Simulation (an activity for the first day of the semester) (5:55)

## Applet videos

The following are some of the "how-to" videos for a selection of the applets.