Laying the foundations for the randomisation test

This lesson can be taught in two sessions to Year 13 statistics students or in one or two lectures to stage one statistics students. The lesson introduces four key ideas that underpin the randomisation test: the meaning of unusualness; chance acting alone behaviour; the omnipresence of chance; and evidence and argumentation. Students participate throughout the lesson with a mixture of hands-on and online interactions.

Emma Lehrke (The University of Auckland)mailto:e.lehrke@auckland.ac.nz
August 31, 2020

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