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Title The teaching and learning of statistics : international perspectives / Dani Ben-Zvi, Katie Makar, editors
Published Cham : Springer, [2016]
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Description 1 online resource (viii, 334 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Contents International perspectives on the teaching and learning of statistics / Dani Ben-Zvi and Katie Makar -- Integrating the contextual and the statistical worlds. Young students' mental modelling of statistical situations / Andreas Eichler and Markus Vogel -- Children's wonder how to wander between data and context / Dani Ben-Zvi and Keren Aridor-Berger -- Supporting students to develop concepts underlying sampling and to shuttle between contextual and statistical spheres / Adri Dierdorp, Arthur Bakker, Jan van Maanen, and Harrie Eijkelhof -- Learning statistics at the school level. The language of shape / Pip Arnold and Maxine Pfannkuch -- Development of an understanding of a sampling distribution / Eun-Sung Ko -- Korean high school students' understanding of the concept of correlation / A-Ra No, Soo-Yun Han, and Yun Joo Yoo -- Connections between statistical thinking and critical thinking : a case study / Einav Aizikovitsh-Udi, Sebastian Kuntze, and David Clarke -- Tasks associated to the treatment of tables at elementary school and its level of difficulty / Soledad Estrella, Arturo Mena-Lorca, and Raimundo Olfos -- An analysis of the statistical contents covered in China, Singapore and Taiwan mathematics textbooks at the primary level / Hak Ping Tam and OU Yung Chih -- Mathematical modelling for critical statistics education / Luana Oliveira Sampaio and Maria Lucia Lorenzetti Wodewotzki -- Survey and research on the levels of high school students' critical evaluation of statistical information and the influence factors / Ma Ping -- The conceptual understanding of variability in the data distribution / Eun-Jeung Ji and Won Kyoung Kim -- Students' misconceptions and mistakes related to the measurement in statistical investigation and graphical representation of data/ Hyung Ju Yun, Eun-Sung Ko, and Yum Joo Yoo -- Overall understanding of the middle school mathematics course in teaching statistics main line / Guan Jian, Bai Xue, Wu Peng, and Li Qiusheng -- Growth on fourth-grade students' mathematical understanding of average / Jun Wu -- Exploring dot plot in the perspective of embodied cognition / Veronica Yumi Kataoka, Irene Cazorla, Eurivalda Santana, and Claudia Borim da Silva -- Learning statistics at the tertiary level. Students' difficulties in understanding of confidence intervals / Ana Henriques -- A modeling and simulation approach to informal inference: successes and challenges / Jennifer Noll, Mulugeta Gebresenbet, and Erin Demorest Glover
Students' understanding statistical terms having lexical ambiguity / Soyeon Jung and Jihyun Hwang -- Student understanding of symbols in introductory statistics courses / Hyung Won Kim, Tim Fukawa-Connelly, and Samuel A. Cook -- Two year college mathematics instructors' conceptions of variation / Monica Dabos -- Students' sense-making of graphical representation in a basic statistics module / Hui Teng Chia -- Technology in statistics education. Bootstrapping confidence intervals / Ross Parsonage, Maxine Pfannkuch, Chris J. Wild, and Kate Aloisio -- Undergraduate students' conceptions of variability in a dynamic computer-based environment / George Ekol and Nathalie Sinclair -- Transforming statistics education through ICT application / Tae Rim Lee -- Selecting technology to promote learning in an online introductory statistics course / Megan Mocko -- The role of technology in Indian statistic education: a review / D.S. Hooda and B.K. Hooda -- Building up the box plot as a tool for representing and structuring data distributions: an instructional effort using tinkerplots and evidence of students' reasoning / Luis Saldanha and Michael McAllister -- Statistics teachers and teaching. Integrated reasoning about statistical variation: secondary teachers' development of foundational understandings / Susan A. Peters and Ksenia S. Kopeikin -- Preservice teachers' difficulties with statistical writing / Min-Sun Park, Mimi Park, Eun-Jung Lee, Kyeong-Hwa Lee -- Teachers' questions in the statistics class / Lucia Zapata-Cardona and Pedro Rocha-Salamanca -- Statistical training of pre-service teachers with application in school practice / Miriam Utsumi, Irene Cazorla, and Veronica Yumi Kataoka -- Statistics in primary education in greece: how ready are primary teachers? / Eugenia Koleza and Aristoula Kontogianni -- Developing statistical literacy (DSL): student learning and teacher education / Hélia Oliveira, Ana Henriques, and João Pedro da Ponte -- Teacher capacity as a key element of national curriculum reform in statistical thinking: a comparative study between australia and china / Qinqiong Zhang and Max Stephens -- A framework for assessing statistical knowledge for teaching based on the identification of conceptions of variability held by teachers / Orlando González -- An investigation into the statistics education of preservice mathematics teachers at an Irish university / Olivia Fizmaurice, Ailish Hannigan, and Aisling Mary Leavy
Summary "This book presents the breadth and diversity of empirical and practical work done on statistics education around the world. A wide range of methods are used to respond to the research questions that form it's base. Case studies of single students or teachers aimed at understanding reasoning processes, large-scale experimental studies attempting to generalize trends in the teaching and learning of statistics are both employed. Various epistemological stances are described and utilized. The teaching and learning of statistics is presented in multiple contexts in the book. These include designed settings for young children, students in formal schooling, tertiary level students, vocational schools, and teacher professional development. A diversity is evident also in the choices of what to teach (curriculum), when to teach (learning trajectory), how to teach (pedagogy), how to demonstrate evidence of learning (assessment) and what challenges teachers and students face when they solve statistical problems (reasoning and thinking)"--Publisher's description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Online resource; title from electronic title page (ProQuest Ebook Central, viewed April 5, 2018)
Subject Statistics -- Study and teaching.
Statistics -- Study and teaching -- Cross-cultural studies.
Mathematical statistics -- Study and teaching.
Mathematical statistics -- Study and teaching -- Cross-cultural studies.
Genre/Form Cross-cultural studies.
Form Electronic book
Author Ben-Zvi, Dani, editor
Makar, Katie M., 1963- editor
ISBN 3319234706 (electronic bk.)
9783319234700 (electronic bk.)
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