Forum Coordinator:Dani Ben-Zvi, Computers in Education Graduate Program, Head
Faculty of Education
University of Haifa
Mount Carmel, Haifa 31905
|Date:||July 18 – 23, 1999|
|Venue:||Kibbutz Be’eri, lsrael|
|Theme:||Statistical Reasoning, Thinking, and Literacy|
|Focus:||Is there a difference between statistical reasoning, thinking, and literacy? If so, what is the difference?|
Presentations from SRTL1
Conceptualizing statistical literacy: An assessment perspective
Joan Garfield, Robert delMas, Beth Chance
Out research best fits the category of statistical reasoning, and focuses on variability, sampling, and sampling distributions.
Understanding of the role of variation in correlation and regression
During the current academic year I have held a bursary from the Teaching Statistics Trust to conduct a classroom based research project. This has been to investigate the students’ understanding of variation in the area of correlation and regression, and develops the work reported on in Granada in the IASE Roundtable.
Work in the Area of Statistical Reasoning, Thinking and Literacy
The longitudinal development of reasoning to make inferences from data presented in graphical form.
Jane M Watson
- Please contact authors directly to request a copy of their paper.
Participants SRTL 1