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(1970). School Mathematics Project Teacher’s Guide for Book 3. Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press (with other authors). (1973). Mathematics I & II. Melbourne, Victoria: Melbourne Church of England Grammar School. (1980). Mathematics I . Melbourne, Victoria: Melbourne Church of England Grammar School. (1985). History of Science. Adelaide, South Australia: Adelaide College of Technical and Further Education. (1987). Mathematics for Science. Adelaide, South Australia: Adelaide College of Technical and Further Education. (1989). Probability. Adelaide, South Australia: Adelaide College of Technical and Further Education. 2. STATISTICS EDUCATION BOOKS AND PAPERS Truran, J. M. (1964). To what extent should ideas from modern mathematics be incorporated in South Australian school mathematics? Unpublished essay. University of Adelaide, Australia. Truran, J. M. (1972). The place of mathematics in the general school curriculum. Presented in the Mathematical Association of Victoria Ninth In-Service Conference for Teachers of Secondary School Mathematics. Victoria,
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9 Australia. Truran, J. M. (1973). Probability. Melbourne: Melbourne Church of England Grammar School. Truran, J. M. (1973). Probability. Teacher's Notes. Melbourne: Melbourne Church of England Grammar School. Truran, J. M. (1973). The Field Studies Group at Melbourne Grammar School. Australian Science Teachers’ Journal, 19(1), 57-62. Truran, J. M. (1979). The teaching of probability and statistics in schools. Unpublished essay submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the unit "Advanced Curriculum Studies in Mathematics" as part of Bachelor of Education studies at the University of Adelaide. Truran, J. M. (1981). The concept of probability in children and adults. Unpublished essay submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements of the unit "Education Psychology IIH" as part of Bachelor of Education studies at the University of Adelaide. Truran, J. M. (1983). One- one teaching. Unicorn, 9(4), 323-327. Truran, J.M. (1985). Children’s' understanding of symmetry. Teaching Statistics , 7(3), 69-74. Truran, J. M. (1986). Das verständnis von symmetrie beu kindern. Stochastik in der Schule, 6(2), 31-38. Truran, J. M. (1989). Probability. Adelaide, South Australia: Department of Technical and Further Education. Truran, J. M. (1990). Development of probabilistic understanding in children. Results from clinical interviews. Unpublished paper presented to the Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australia. Hobart, Australia. Truran, J. M. (1990). From tossing coins to probabilistic understanding—how can research help classroom practice? In K. Milton & H. McCann (Eds.), Mathematical Turning Points—Strategies for the 1990’s. A Collection of Papers Presented to the 13th Biennial Conference of Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers ( pp. 543–552). Hobart, Tasmania: Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers Truran, J. M. (1991). Some aspects of secondary school mathematics in South Australia 1870-1914. Presented at the 14 th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Perth, Australia.
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