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In educational interventions, Hilty and colleagues (Gish &Hilty, 2018; Hilty, 2017; Hilty, Gish, Gill-Rocha, 2017a, 2017b; Hilty et al., 2017c; Hilty et al., 2018a, 2018b, 2018c, 2018d, 2018e, 2018f) have evaluated teaching strategies for increasing student self-efficacy in relation to statistics. One teaching strategy intervention involved RN Faculty offering 20-minute presentations in their expert areas. A hypothetical database was created based on the RN presentation demostrating the relationship between the field of nursing and statistics. The database was analyzed using an inferential test(s), and students interpreted the findings (Hagen, Awosoga, Kellett, & Dei, 2013; Neuman, Hood, & Neumann, 2013). The findings of these educational interventions were statistical significant (p<.05).

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Using Visual Images to Teach Variability in a BSN Statistics Course



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