Introductory Students’ Meaning Making of Statistical Literacy
Many academic disciplines require students to complete an Introductory Statistics class. This is not a statistics quiz.
However, students often have mixed feelings about learning statistics. There is a lack of studies investigating specific student dispositions, such as meaning making of their learning. My education study aims to identify practical recommendations for educators and researchers in statistics education. An Information Sheet can be downloaded from this project's Facebook page The study's particulars are on the Informed Consent Form below.

Researcher contact details:
Charmayne Paul (B.Psyc.Hons; Grad Cert. Tertiary Teaching)
Psych n Stats Tutor
m: 0449 252 438
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A red * indicates a response is required to CONTINUE with the survey. If you DO NOT WANT TO answer a question/s, you can EXIT the survey at any time, and your previous responses WILL NOT be recorded.

This section of the survey is SEPARATE to your responses on the survey.
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By clicking Yes below, I understand and agree that:

(a) I will respond to an online survey for about 15 minutes, about my perceptions of statistical literacy learning.

(b) I may choose to share my Australian university email address at the end of this survey, having been informed that it will be dissociated from my responses, to:
- be contacted for an interview(s) and/or a post-survey (15 mins each)
- opt into the draw for 1 of 10, $100 gift cards (from; valid for 12 months and drawn July 1st, 2019)
- opt into receiving a summary of the results after the study report is written up

I have been informed that at no stage of this project will my email be shared with others, or used for another purpose not stated here.

(c) De-identified responses of my raw data will be hosted on the Open Science Framework ( for use by other researchers and could be used for publications or presentations; at no stage will my name or personal details be identifiable.

(d) Agreeing to participate in the survey will have no impact, either positive nor negative, on my relationship with my University.

(e) I can withdraw my consent to this study without providing any reason, within 1 month of submitting my survey. Afterwards, no withdrawal is possible as my de-identified data will have been consolidated with other responses for analysis.

By clicking Yes, I Consent to participating in this survey. *
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