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Contents Preface PART 1: LEARNING ABOUT DATA AND CHANCE 1. Graphing with Four-Year-Olds: Exploring the Possibilities through Staff Development Sydney L. Schwartz Queens College of the City University of New York Flushing, New York David J. Whitin Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan 2. What Does It Mean That ¿5 Has a Lot¿? From the World to Data and Back Susan Jo Russell TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts 3. Learning to Talk Back to a Statistic David J. Whitin Wayne State University Detroit, Michigan 4. Engaging Students in Authentic Data Analysis Randall E. Groth Salisbury University Salisbury, Maryland 5. Students¿ Probabilistic Thinking Revealed: The Case of Coin Tosses Laurie H. Rubel Brooklyn College of the City University of New York Brooklyn, New York 6. Assessing the Development of Important Concepts in Statistics and Probability Jane M. Watson University of Tasmania Hobart, Tasmania, Australia 7. Research on Students¿ Understanding of Some Big Concepts in Statistics J. Michael Shaughnessy Portland State University Portland, Oregon PART 2: REASONING WITH DATA AND CHANCE 8. A Statistical Study of Generations Henry Kranendonk Milwaukee Public Schools Milwaukee, Wisconsin Roxy Peck California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California 9. More than ¿Meanmedianmode¿ and a Bar Graph: What¿s Needed to Have a Statistical Conversation? Susan N. Friel University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Chapel Hill, North Carolina William O¿Connor Duke SchoolDurham, North Carolina James D. Mamer Rockway Elementary School Springfield, Ohio 10. When Data and Chance Collide: Drawing Inferences from Empirical Data James E. Tarr University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri Hollylynne Stohl Lee North Carolina State University Raleigh, North Carolina Robin L. Rider East Carolina State University Greenville, North Carolina 11. Experimental Design: Learning to Manage Variability Daniel J. Teague North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics Durham, North Carolina 12. ¿We Were Nicer, but We Weren¿t Fairer!¿ Mathematical Modeling Exploring ¿Fairness¿ in Data Management Susan London McNab Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario Joan Moss Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario Earl Woodruff Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario Rod Nason Queensland University of Technology Brisbane, Queensland, Australia 13. Using Real Data and Technology to Develop Statistical Thinking Doreen Connor Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education, Nottingham Trent University Nottingham, United Kingdom Neville Davies Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education, Nottingham Trent University Nottingham, United Kingdom Peter Holmes Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education, Nottingham Trent University Nottingham, United Kingdom 14. Using Regression to Connect Algebra to the Real World Jim Bohan Lancaster-Lebanon Intermediate Unit #13 East Petersburg, Pennsylvania 15. Using Data to Motivate Functions: Data Analysis in the Precalculus Curriculum Peter Flanagan-Hyde Phoenix Country Day School Paradise Valley, Arizona John Lieb Roxbury Latin School West Roxbury, Massachusetts 16. Changing the Image of Statistical Data Analysis in the Middle Grades: Students¿ Thinking as a Venue for Teachers¿ Learning Kay McClain Vanderbilt University Nashville, Tennessee Julie Leckman Madison Number One Middle School Phoenix, Arizona Paula Schmitt Madison Meadows Middle School Phoenix, Arizona Troy Regis University of Missouri Columbia, Missouri 17. Understanding Data through New Software Representations Andee Rubin TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts James K. Hammerman TERC Cambridge, Massachusetts 18. Using Graphing Calculator Simulations in Teaching Statistics Mike Koehler Blue Valley North High School Overland Park, Kansas 19. What Is Statistical Thinking and How Is It Developed? Sharon J. Lane-Getaz University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota 20. Using Graphing Calculators to Redress Beliefs in the ¿Law of Small Numbers¿ Alfinio Flores Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona PART 3: REFLECTING ON ISSUES RELATED TO DATA AND CHANCE 21. Statistics and Mathematics: On Making a Happy Marriage Richard L. Scheaffer University of Florida, Emeritus Gainesville, Florida 22. Some Important Comparisons between Statistics and Mathematics, and Why Teachers Should Care Allan Rossman California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California Beth Chance California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California Elsa Medina California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo, California 23. The Statistical Education of Pre-K¿2 Teachers: A Shared Responsibility Christine A. Franklin University of Georgia Athens, Georgia Denise S. Mewborn University of Georgia Athens, Georgia 24. The GAISE Project: Developing Statistics Education Guidelines for Pre-K¿12 and College Courses Christine Franklin University of Georgia Athens, Georgia Joan Garfield University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota 25. Why Variances Add¿and Why It Matters Paul F. Velleman Cornell University Ithaca, New York David Bock Cornell University Ithaca, New York 26. Bootstrapping Students¿ Understanding of Statistical Concepts Tim Hesterberg Insightful Corporation Seattle, Washington 27. Interpreting Probabilities and Teaching the Subjective Viewpoint Jim Albert Bowling Green State University Bowling Green, Ohio 28. Assessments, Change, and Exploratory Data Analysis John A. Dossey Illinois State University, Emeritus Normal, Illinois 29. Fish ¿n Chips: A Pedagogical Path for Using an In-Class Sampling Experiment Heather A. Thompson Iowa State University Ames, Iowa Gail Johnston Iowa State University Ames, Iowa Tamara Pfantz Iowa State University Ames, Iowa 30. Research in the Statistics Classroom: Learning from Teaching Expeiments Dani Ben-Zvi University of Haifa Mount Carmel, Haifa, Israel Joan Garfield University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota Andrew Zieffler University of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota
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