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The purpose of the meeting is to provide a forum for scholarly discussion of central and current issues in mathematics education, particularly as they pertain to the role of psychology in mathematics education. English is the official language of the conference. The theme for PME-NA XXIV is Linking Research and Practice. The conference will highlight examples of the interplay between research and practice–practice that has been shaped by research and research that grows out of practice. In addition, the plenary speakers will address areas in mathematics education where we need to look more critically at the links between research and practice. Web site: InterAmerican Conference on the Teaching of Statistics, Buenos Aires, Argentina, October, 28 to November 1, 2002. This conference is organised by the Inter American Statistical Institute (IASI) and the Universidad Nacional Tres de Febrero, in connection with CLATSE V (Latino American Conference of Statistics), which is organised by the Argentinean, Chilean and Uruguayan Statistical Societies and the Argentinean Group of Biometry. Committee: Ana Haedo,María Teresa Blaconá (SAE), Susana Filippini, Laura Marangunich, and Ana Agulla (GAB),Roberto Muiños(IASI), Ernesto Rosa and Celina Curti (UNTREF). More information from Celina Curti <[email protected]>.
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69 IV Mathematics Education Conference in Venezuela, Trujillo - Venezuela, November, 12- 16, 2002 This conference is organised by the National Association in Mathematics Education (ASOVEMAT). The aims are to continue the previous Mathematics Education Conferences COVEM, and to foster mathematics education research and practice development. There is a thematic group in the Teaching of Probability, Statistics and Combinatorics. More information from [email protected]:// Stochastic Thinking Group at the Third Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME 3), Bellaria , Italy, February 28 th - March 3rd, 2003. CERME is a conference organised by the European Society for Research in Education, and is designed to foster a communicative spirit. It deliberately and distinctively moves away from research presentations by individuals towards collaborative group work. The organisers for Group 5 (Stochastic Thinking) invite research- based papers on stochastic thinking, including probability, statistics and the interface between these domains. We will be particularly interested in theoretical, empirical or developmental papers that address one or more of the following themes (though any papers of relevance to the overall focus of the group will also be considered): The nature and development of stochastic thinking and its relationship to other types of mathematical thinking, including the interface between probabilistic and statistical thinking, such as in modelling or data exploration.
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