This presentation will cover a collection of statistics teaching tools written in Stata. These programs involve demonstrations or simulations of various statistical topics that are used both in the classroom and individually by the students. Topics include probability (coin, dice, box models), common probability distributions (normal, t, chi-square, F), sampling distributions, central limit theorem, confidence intervals, correlation, regression and other topics. These programs are currently being used in introductory and intermediate research methods courses being taught in the UCLA Department of Education. The presentation will conclude with a short review on my experiences using Stata in the classroom over the past two years.
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