10th International
Conference on
Teaching Statistics
8 – 13 July 2018
Kyoto, Japan
Full topic list
This is a session of Topic 4: Improving teaching and capacity in statistics education


Session 4A (Thursday 12th, 16:00-17:30,   Level 3 - Conference Room C)

Statistical education: the education of teachers and children


Organizer

Session chair: Lucía Zapata

Abstract

This session aims to discuss three researches that investigate statistical education in teacher training and practice. It presents results of researches developed in Latin America. The diversity of contexts and theoretical frameworks enrich the problematization of the session. The first research presents the main results of an experience of a professional development program with elementary, middle and high school in-service statistics teachers from Colombia. Then, a research conducted in southern Brazil discusses Statistical Education in the curricular reforms, public policies and pedagogical practices and brings significant contributions to the understanding of the research progress, the recognition of theoretical and methodological diversity, on the priority themes, as well as the gaps to be investigated. And the other Brazilian research presents the backstage of a teacher's classroom that uses creative insubordination to educate statistically, what objective is to generate and foster the students' self-confidence to develop statistical skills, through argumentation.


Papers

PaperTitlePresenter / Co-author(s)
4A2Professional development programs for statistics teachers: the role of reflectionDifariney González-Gómez (Colombia)
Lucía Zapata-Cardona (Colombia)
4A3Brazilian research contributions to the investigation field and to the practice in statistics education in early childhoodRoberta Buehring (Brazil)
Regina Célia Grando (Brazil)
4A4Creative insubordination and the argumentative process in Statistical Education in early childhoodSolange Aparecida Corrêa (Brazil)
Celi Espasandin Lopes (Brazil)