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John M. Truran. Selected References 6 7 8 Sharing Experiences in the Training of Researchers Flavia R. Jolliffe. Introduction Joan B. Garfield. Recent PhD’s in Statistics Education Carmen Batanero. Training Future Researchers in Statistics Education: Reflections from the Spanish Experience Carolina Carvalho. Accepting a Challenge David Green. Lessons from the Past Michel Henry and Bernard Parzysz. Young Researchers’ Training on Teaching Statistics and Probability in France Lionel Pereira-Mendoza. Educating a Researcher in Statistics Education: A Personal Reflection Ernesto Sánchez. Vocational Training of Researchers in Statistical Topics of Mathematics Education. An Experience in Mexico Chris Reading. Reflections from my Experience Susan Starkings. Statistical Support Service for Researchers at South Bank University 14 15 16 18 21 23 24 26 26 28 The International Research Forums on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking and Literacy: Summaries of presentations at STRL-2 Chris Reading. Introduction Ruth Heaton and William Mickelson. Reasoning about Data and Distribution through the Statistical Investigations of a Third Grade Classroom Maxine Pfannkuch. Statistical Investigations: Year 7 and 8 Students’ Reasoning with Multivariate Data Dani Ben-Zvi. Junior High School Students’ Construction of Global Views of Data and Data Representations Arthur Bakker. From Data via ‘Bump’ to Distribution Chris Reading. ‘Variation’ from a Student’s Perspective Mike Shaughnessy. Aspects of Students’ Understandings of Variation Jane Watson. Comparing two Data Sets: Reasoning and the Influence of Cognitive Conflict Jere Confrey and Katie Makar. Comparing Two Distributions: Investigating Secondary Teachers’ Statistical Thinking Jonathan Moritz. Conflicting Representations of Statistical Association Rolf Biehler. Developing and Assessing Students’ Reasoning in Comparing Statistical Distributions in Computer Supported Statistics Courses Graham A. Jones, Carol A. Thornton, Cynthia W. Langrall, Edward Mooney, Bob Perry and Ian Putt. Statistical Reasoning Used by Elementary and Middle School Students when they Analyze and Interpret Data Mark Earley. Methods for Assessing and Researching Student Reasoning about Sampling Distributions Robert delMas, Joan G. Garfield and Beth L. Chance. A Framework for the Development of Students’ Statistical Reasoning Pat Thompson. Conceptual Issues in Understanding Sampling Distributions and Margin of Error 30 31 33 34 35 36 37 37 38 39 41 42 43 44 45
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2 Maria Meletiou. Conceptions of Variation: A Literature Review 46 Recent Publications 53 Recent Dissertations 58 Information on Past Conferences John M. Truran. Stochastics Papers at MERGA, July 2001 Chris Reading. The PME Conference 2001 Mauricio Beltrán. European Workshop on the Teaching and Diffusion of Statistics Brian Phillips. Report about OZCOTS-4 61 62 64 65 Forthcoming Conferences 67
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3 EDITORIAL For some time now IASE members have been suggesting that IASE should have its own research journal as
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