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Truran, J. M. (1996). Children’s misconceptions about the independence of random generators. In L. Puig & A. Gutiérrez (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20 th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (pp. 331-338). University of Valencia, Spain. Truran J. M. & Truran, K. M. (1996). Research into the learning and teaching of stochastics. In F. Atweh et al (Eds.), Proceedings of the 19th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of
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11 Australasia: (pp. 345-364). Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Batanero, C. & Truran, J. M. (1997). Advanced stochastics thinking. Presented at the Advanced Mathematics Thinking Working Group. XXI Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Lahti, Finland. Garfield, J. & Truran, J. M. (1997) (Eds.), Research papers on stochastics education. Minneapolis, MN: The University of Minnesota. Truran, J. M. (1997). The introduction of probability into South Australian schools interpreted within a broad- spectrum ecological framework. In F. Biddulph & K. Carr (Eds.), People in Mathematics Education (pp. 522- 529). Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Truran, J. M. (1997). Re-interpreting Australian mathematics curriculum development using a broad-spectrum ecological model. In Old Boundaries and New Frontiers in Histories of Education. Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society Conference (pp. 241-262). Newcastle: Australia. Truran, J. M. (1997). Understanding of association and regression by first year economic students from two different countries as revealed in responses to the same examination questions. In F. Biddulph & K. Carr (Eds.), Proceedings of the 20th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia: (pp. 530-537). Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Truran, J. M. (1997). Understanding of association and regression by first year economics students from two different countries as revealed in responses to the same examination questions. In J. Garfield & J. M. Truran (Eds.), R esearch papers on stochastic education from 1997 (pp. 205–212). Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota. Truran, J. M. & Truran, K. (1997). Statistical Independence - One concept or two? Implications for research and for classroom practice . In B. Philips (Ed.), Papers on statistical education presented at ICME-8 (pp. 87-100). Swinburne University of Technology. Truran, J. (1998). Using research into children's understanding of the symmetry of dice in order to develop a model of how they perceive the concept of a random generator. In A. Olivier & K. Newstead (Eds.), Proceedings of the 22nd Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol. 4, pp. 121–128). Stellenbosch, South Africa: University of Stellenbosch. Truran, J. M. (1998). The development of the idea of the null hypothesis in research and teaching. In L. Pereira- Mendoza, L. S. Kea, T. W. Kee & W. K. Wong (Eds.), Statistical Education—Expanding the Network. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Teaching of Statistics (1067-1073). Voorburg Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.
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