Jul 30th, 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM


Scaffolding Intervention in Learning Statistics for Hospitality College Students: The Longitudinal Design


Denver, Colorado USA


The teaching and learning of statistics has impacted the curriculum in hospitality education. Many university students majoring in the hospitality management find the required statistics course to be blunt as well as difficult. Statistics has been demonstrated to be useful for crtical thinking. Because of these reasons, there is also a considerable interest in how to teach statistics. For statistics concepts that tend to be very difficult, many researchers have recommended using lots of different teaching strategies, including computer simulation methods and others, but there have been very few empirically and theoretically based studies related to student achievement using these methods. There were few studies focused on teaching and learning statistics in hospitality eduction.