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Present and future of Statistics Education. Carmen Batanero. IASE. A new view about the teaching of statistics. Carlos Matrán, University of Valladolid.
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65 Initiatives to improve the teaching of statistics at University levels. M. Pilar Muñoz Gracia, Valeri Cobo University Polytechnics of Cataluña. Teaching materials. A problem-example in the introductory statistics course. F. Montes & M. Plaza. University of Valencia. University of Castilla - La Mancha The experience of Istat in the promotion of statistical literacy in schools. Giovanni Barbieri, Paola Giache. ISTAT. Round Table on the Teaching of Statistics. Antoni Montserrat, Economy Vicepresident of the Balearic Government; Catalina Juaneda, University of Balearic Island; Lourdes Llorens, Basque Statistical Institute, Miguel Castro, Spanish Statistical Institute and Carmen Batanero, IASE. Statistical offices activities in the diffusion of statistics The European view of Statistics. Amador Rodríguez-Prieto. Eurostat The ALEA project. Teaching and Diffusion of statistics at Internet. Pedro Campos, Portuguese National Statistical Institute. Statistical information points. Antonio Rufián, Andalusian Statistical Institute. Reflections about the diffusion of statistics in small areas. José Luis Cervera. Valencian Institute of Statistics. Round Table on the Diffusion of Statistics. Antoni Montserrat, Economy Vicepresident of the Balearic Government; Antonio Argüeso, Spanish National Statistical Institute; Jordi Oliveres, Regional Statistical Institute of Catalonia; Pedro Campos, Portuguese National Statistical Institute; Amador Rodríguez Prieto EUROSTAT. About 30 papers were received from Argentina, Chile, France, Israel, Italy, Portugal and Spain. The Institute is now producing a book with these papers, which will be published in their original language and will include a summary in Spanish, English, Catalan and French. More information is available from the Institute ([email protected]) or, from the conference web page: 4. REPORT ABOUT OZCOTS-4 Reported by Brian Phillips, [email protected] A two day Statistical Education Workshop was held on December 4 and 5, 2001, hosted by [email protected] at the Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. The aim of this very successful series of meetings is to give anyone interested in statistics education the opportunity to hear what some of their colleagues have been doing in the past twelve months. The Program consisted of workshops and regular presentations. The three workshops were: Excel Workshop, presented by Rodney Carr, Deakin University On-line workshop: "Live-to-Air Online Statistics Class" presented by Lyn Roberts, Robyn Pierce and Chris Turville, University of Ballarat PaceXL Workshop presented by Robin G Boyle, Deakin University There was a session on "The statistical re-education of psychology" in which a number of researchers, including students, headed by Fiona Fidler, Geoff Cumming from La Trobe University gave the following talks:
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