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Andrew Zieffler

Senior Lecturer
Department of Educational Psychology

Coordinates: Basic and Applied Statistics

Andrew Zieffler is a Senior Lecturer and researcher in the Quantitative Methods in Education program within the Department of Educational Psychology at the University of Minnesota. He currently teaches undergraduate and graduate-level courses in statistics and trains and supervises graduate students in statistics education. In a previous life he taught mathematics and A.P. Statistics at ROCORI High School in Cold Spring, MN.

He has authored several papers and book chapters related to statistics education and has been a co-PI on many NSF-funded statistics education research projects. Additionally, Andrew has coauthored two textbooks that serve as an introduction to modern statistical and computational methods for students in the educational and behavioral sciences. He currently serves as coeditor of the journal Technology Innovations in Statistics Education and as a member of the Research Advisory Board for the Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE).