I want to become a better teacher and, therefore, I am looking for resources or textbooks about how to teach statistics and quantitative methods to students or learners (focusing on hints on how to facilitate learning and active participation, less on the content itself).
I know Teaching Statistics by Andrew Gelman and Deborah Nolan but I am interested in further resources, especially focusing more on pedagogy and less on individual statistical topics such as histograms.
Interesting for me would be, for example,
- what constitutes good statistical teaching
- getting constructive feedback and evaluation
- how to address both high-performing students and those who need more time within one class
- utilization of new technologies (such as R-Shiny visualizations)
- how to teach the value and the relevance of statistical concepts (especially theory)
- communication / presentation skills (e.g. deliberate use of breaks)
- teaching concepts such as Flipped classroom
I would also be interested in relevant survey or review articles from journals such as Journal of Statistics Education, or in accessible studies which synthesize the state-of-the-art of this field of research.