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TWG 5 Probability and Statistics Education
Suite 664
TWG leader: Corinne Hahn
TWG5.PA1 Chilean primary school students levels in reading pictograms
Danilo Díaz-Levicoy, Pedro Arteaga*, Carmen Batanero
University of Granada, Spain
TWG5.PA2 Negotiating the content and the teaching of statistics: Two complementary processes in teachers' professional development
Dionysia Bakogianni
National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece
TWG5.PA3 Common patterns of thought and statistics: accessing variability through the typical
Christian Büscher
TU Dortmund University, Germany
TWG5.PA4 Do attitudes toward statistics change during an introductory statistics course? A study on Italian psychology students
Francesca Chiesi*, Caterina Primi
University of Florence, Italy
TWG5.PA5 Informal statistical inference and pre-service primary school teachers: the development of their content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge during a teacher college intervention
Arjen De Vetten*1,2, Judith Schoonenboom3, Ronald Keijzer2,4, Bert Van Oers1
1Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2Hogeschool iPabo, The Netherlands, 3University of Vienna, Austria, 4Utrecht University, The Netherlands
TWG5.PA6 Conditional probability as a decision-making tool: a didactic sequence
Raimundo Elicer*1, Eduardo Carrasco2
1Roskilde University, Denmark, 2Metropolitan University of Education Sciences, Chile
TWG5.PA7 Stepwise development of statistical literacy and thinking in a statistics course for elementary preservice teachers
Daniel Frischemeier*, Rolf Biehler
Paderborn University, Germany
TWG5.PA8 Variables characterizing correlation and regression problems in the Spanish high school textbooks
Maria M. Gea*, Carmen Batanero, Pedro Arteaga, J. Miguel Contreras
University of Granada, Spain
TWG5.PA9 Middle school mathematics teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge in relation to statistical reasoning
Rukiye Gokce*, Sibel Kazak
Pamukkale University, Turkey
TWG5.PA10 Using sport-related socially open-ended problems to coordinate decision-making, variability modeling and value awareness
Orlando González*1, Somchai Chitmun2
1Assumption University, Thailand, 2Tepleela School, Thailand
TWG5.PA11 Insights into the approaches of young children when making informal inferences about data
Aisling Leavy*1, Finbarr Sloane2
1Mary Immaculate College, Ireland, 2National Science Foundation, USA
TWG5.PA12 Students' conception of a sample's relation to the population when constructing models of resampling
Jeffrey McLean*1, Helen Doerr2
1St Lawrence University, USA, 2Syracuse University, USA
TWG5.PA13 At-distance college-level training in statistical methods: Prospects and considerations
Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris*1, Efi Paparistodemou2, Ana Serrado3
1European University Cyprus, Cyprus, 2Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, Cyprus, 3La Salle-Buen Consejo, Spain
TWG5.PA14 Insights from students’ reasoning about probability when they design their own scratch games
Efi Paparistodemou*1, Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris2, Christina Vasou2
1Cyprus Pedagogical Institute, Cyprus, 2European University of Cyprus, Cyprus
TWG5.PA15 Using spreadsheet for teaching probability in French high school
Bernard Parzysz1,2
1Université Paris-Diderot, France, 2Université, France
TWG5.PA16 Errors or didactic resources: the design of a teacher education task in the context of Probability
Laura Afeltra2, Maria Mellone1, Piera Romano*3, Roberto Tortora1
1University of Naples "Federeico II", Italy, 2Liceo Scientifico “L. Einaudi”, Italy, 3Liceo Scientifico Statale “Mons. B. Mangino”, Italy
TWG5.PA17 Technology will solve student's probability misconceptions: integrating simulation, algorithmics and programming
Annarosa Serpe*, Maria Giovanna Frassia
University of Calabria, Italy
TWG5.PA18 High school students' first experiences with the sampling distribution: toward a distributive perspective of sampling and inference
Eleazar Silvestre Castro*, Ernesto Sanchez
Centro de Investigación y de Estudios Avanzados del Instituto Politécnico Nacional, Mexico
TWG5.PA19 Using student models to generate feedback in a university course on statistical sampling
Sietske Tacoma*, Paul Drijvers, Peter Boon
Utrecht University, The Netherlands
TWG5.PA20 Undergraduate students' perceptions of learning introductory statistics through producing a statistical picture book
Natthapoj Vincent Trakulphadetkrai
University of Reading, UK
TWG5.PA21 Enhancing statistical literacy
Marianne van Dijke-Droogers*2,1, Paul Drijvers1, Jos Tolboom3
1Utrecht University, The Netherlands, 2Csg Prins Maurits, The Netherlands, 3SLO, The Netherlands
TWG5.PA22 Visualizing Bayesian situations – about the use of the unit square
Andreas Eichler1, Markus Vogel*2, Katharina Böcherer-Linder3
1University of Kassel, Germany, 2University of Education Heidelberg, Germany, 3University of Education Freiburg, Germany