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P1  The Probability Map Tool to Support Active LearningIrma Antonieta Molina Vega
P2  Team Projects in an Introductory Statistics ClassCarmen Acuna
P3  Assessing Mexican Students’ Understanding of AveragesPatricia Balderas
P4  Confidence Intervals: Fields of Problems in Engineering TextbooksJosé Armando Albert Huerta
Blanca R Ruiz Hernández
P5  Teaching the Correspondence Analysis Methodology: A Proposal for Students of StatisticsAdrilayne dos Reis Araújo
Edson Marcos Leal Soares Ramos
P6  Teaching Statistical and Probability Thinking from Early AgeGabriela Pilar Cabrera
P7  Teaching Statistics To Pedagogy LecturersJohnny Jordan
P8  Assessing Students Reasoning about Statistical Measures and AssociationCarmen Capilla
P9  What is an Outlier? The Teaching (Statistics) Point of ViewFernando Rosado
P10  Using R Environment to Teach StatisticsSuzi Camey
Luciana Nunes
Patricia Ziegelmann
P11  A Dynamic Curriculum for the Statistics DegreeSuzi Camey
Luciana Nunes
Patricia Ziegelmann
P12  Students’ Evaluation of the Teaching of StatisticsSuzi Camey
Luciana Nunes
Patricia Ziegelmann
P13  Using Brazilian Press to Teach Probability and Statistical SubjectsMarli Mikael da Costa Neves
P14  Teaching Statistics with Theater: Some Experiences with Primary School and University StudentsGuido E del Pino
P15  Teaching Probability to Primary and Secondary School Academically Gifted StudentsGuido E del Pino
P16  Some Useful Laws of Randomness: Teaching Experiments with EXCELManfred Borovcnik
P17  A Work ExperienceMartin Omar Saino
P18  The Consortium for the Advancement of Undergraduate Statistics Education (CAUSE)John Gabrosek
P19  Play and Toys in the University ClassroomBeatriz Picolo Gimenes
Vivilí Maria Silva Gomes
P20  A Course In Time Series Analysis and Forecasting for Undergraduate Students in Business and MarketingJorge Caiado
P21  Statistics Education and Qualitative InferenceAdmur Severino Pamplona
P22  A Practical Example Concerning Dog Breeding for Statistical ClassroomsLuiz Adolfo de Mello
P23  Hypothesis Testing: A Comparative Analysis of University Students’ Conceptual Errors and Difficulties in Argentina and SpainMaría Inés Rodriguez
P24  The Process of Learning Probability Notions and its Relationship to the Elementary School Daily Routines: A History of PartnershipPaulo César Oliveira
P25  Institutional Meaning of Conditional Probability, in Secondary School Text Books In ArgentinaMaría Inés Rodriguez
P26  Teaching Sampling to non Statisticians: A Didactic ExperienceWilton de Oliveira Bussab
P27  Time of Permanence in the Statistics MajorNelva Maria Zibetti Sganzerla
P28  A Comparison of Student Learning Orientation and the Learning EnvironmentPaul Fields
P30  Comparing Proportions in independent Multinomial Universes: Teaching Bayesian Methods to UndergraduatesMonica Graciela Giuliano
P31  Meaning of Stochastic Concepts for Mathematics StudentsLiliana Mabel Tauber
P32  Research In Statistical Education SurveyFlavia Rosamund Jolliffe
P33  Teaching Statistical LiteracyMilo Schield
P34  Intertwining KnowledgeLisbeth Cordani
Marcelo Bueno Moreno
P35  What do 9 and 10 Year-olds Know about Table Representations?Gilda Lisbôa Guimarães
P36  Microsoft Excel Vs SSPSS in an Introductory Business Statistics CoursePam Boger
P37  Experiences of Cooperative Work in the Statistic Education of Postgraduates at the Universidad Austral, ChileIrma Antonieta Molina Vega
P38  Evaluation of University and Pre-University Teachers in the Context of the Curricular Goals in StatisticsMario Miguel Ojeda
P39  How Can Young Children be Taught to Solve Additive Problems with Bar Graphs?Ana Selva
P40  What can go Wrong with Statistics: Typical ErrorsKatrin Niglas
P41  Impact of Bologna Regulations on Education in Statistics Within New Bachelor and Master Studies in Berlin and GermanyHelmut Maier
P42  Further Assessment of Materials for Engaging Students in Statistical DiscoveryW. Robert Stephenson
P43  Advanced Placement (AP) Statistics: Valuable Information for Monitoring Student Achievement in StatisticsAnn A O’Connell
Jiarong Zhao
P44  Modeling and Multiple Representations in Data TasksDirk Wessels
Helena Wessels
P45  Awakening to Statistics: A New Look in the ClassroomMarília Costa Basile
Lisbeth Cordani
P46  A Movie for Contextualizing Hypothesis Testing in Applied Social SciencesAdriana Backx Noronha Viana
P47  Undergraduate Students’ Difficulties Assessing Empirical Sampling DistributionsMatthew Ciancetta
Jennifer Noll
P48  Teaching Statistics in the Restorative Dentistry Post-Graduation Program: With Emphasis in the Most Applied Statistical TestsGláucia Maria Bovi Ambrosano
P49  Kurtosis Becomes 100Edith Seier
P50  A-Priori Analysis of Errors in Interpreting Statistical SummariesLiliana Mabel Tauber
P51  Learning and Teaching Statistics: A Didactical Experience in a Teacher Education CourseVivilí Maria Silva Gomes
P52  Different Games of chances in HungaryÖdön Vancsó
P53  Multivariate Statistical Visualization and McDonalds Nutritional Information: Choose Your MealClarice Garcia Borges Demétrio
Carlos Tadeu dos Santos Dias
Afrânio Vieira
P54  The Role of Online Games in Teaching Probabilities to PreschoolersMary Dova
P55  Teacher’s Intervention in Statistics and Probability LearningCeli Espasandin Lopes
P56  Teaching Statistical Quality Control with R EnvironmentElisa Henning
P57  Improving Attitudes Towards Statistics In Undergraduate Students From Trujillo National University??
P58  From Everyday Experience to Conceptualization through Graphic Representation: A Class Experiment in Italian Primary SchoolMaria Pia Perelli
Silio Rigatti Luchini
P59  The Employment Status Of Italian GraduatesVincenzo Lo Jacono
P60  The Law of Large NumbersHugo Hernandez
P61  Some Issues in the Teaching-Learning of Probability by Modelling and SimulationJean Claude Girard
P62  The Teaching of Statistics in the State Dentistry Schools of São Paulo (UNESP, USP, AND UNICAMP)Gláucia Maria Bovi Ambrosano
P63  Social Criticism Instead of Formulas: A Teaching Experience from ArgentinaAlejandro Anibal Coronel
P64  University Students Attitudes towards StatisticsClaudette Maria Medeiros Vendramini
P65  Student Performance in a Statistics TestClaudette Maria Medeiros Vendramini
P66  Virtual Learning Environments Environment for Cooperative Learning in Teaching StatisticsJosé Vicente Novegil Souto
P67  Building a Strong Link Between Statistics and MathematicsMaria A Pannone
P68  Occupational Certification for Statistics TeachersLilia Carolina Costa
P69  Early Statistics: Improving Statistics Instruction in European Elementary and Middle Schools through Online Professional Development of TeachersPilar Azcárate
Theodore Chadjipadelis
Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris
Ana Serrado-Bayes
P70  Educational Technologies and the Teaching of StatisticsAdriana Backx Noronha Viana
P71  Statistical RegularityHugo Hernandez
P72  Social Survey of the Needs and Availability of Statistical Knowledge in Japanese Private Enterprise and Government AgencyAkinobu Takeuchi
P73  Statistics Through Didatic Sequences: The Daily Life Motivating the ClassroomClayde Regina Mendes
P74  Retention of Students In Upper Education Institutions: A Statistical ApproachRodrigo Faria
P75  A Tool to Support Educational Institutions EvaluationRodrigo Faria
P76  Self-Assessment Procedures at the UNOESTE UniversityRodrigo Faria
P77  Assessing Understanding of Dispersion, Parameters and Estimators in Postgraduate StudentsErnesto Sánchez
P78  The DateHugo Hernandez
P79  CorrelationHugo Hernandez
P80  Non Experimental Evaluation of a Computer-Assisted ToolErik Cobo
José Antonio González Alastrué
P81  Statistics Analysis of Graduation Courses at the Universidade Federal do Pará (Ufpa) - Santarém CampusAdrilayne dos Reis Araújo
Edson Marcos Leal Soares Ramos
P82  Teaching Statistics at Elementary and Secondary SchoolsIrene Mauricio Cazorla
P84  The Uncertain Walks of MônicaIrene Mauricio Cazorla
P85  Interpreting the Concept of Arithmetic Mean from a Semiotic VisionMarcos Pinho
P86  Developing Pictorial Space: Instructional Strategies for Effective Statistical GraphicsWendy Dickinson
P87  Formative and Summative Assessment for Web-Based Statistical Education Delivery Systems: A Case StudyWendy Dickinson
P88  Statistical Tests and Dispersion Measures in Oral Radiology Papers: A Warning About the role of Statistics in Experimental ResearchGláucia Maria Bovi Ambrosano
P89  Use of Multivariate Techniques in Scientific Publications in the Area of Agricultural ScienceCarlos Tadeu dos Santos Dias
Afrânio Vieira
P90  Access to Data, the Statistics Raw Material. A Didactic Proposal for Undergraduates (Administration And Economy of Small and Medium Sized Companies)Cecilia Díaz
P91  Medical Student Training in Statistical Techniques for Research in Health SciencesM Rosario Lopez Gimenez
P92  Graduate Students of Statistical Courses: Socioeconomic Profile Difficulties in the Learning ProcessJosé Matias Lima
P93  Understanding the Statistical Learning Process by an Action GameJosé Matias Lima
P95  Mathematics Anxiety in Statistics StudentsSusan Mason
Jeannette Reid
P96  The Benefit of Teaching Assistants in Psychological StatisticsSusan Mason
Jeannette Reid
P97  Re-Thinking Statistics Education for Social Science MajorsSusan Mason
P98  Learning Statistics through Scientific InvestigationAdriano Mendonça Souza
P99  Teaching Statistics from the Idea of Random VariationMaria Imaculada L Montebelo
P100  Evaluation of Used Computational Tools in Statistics Classes in LaboratoryMaria Imaculada L Montebelo
P101  Data Oriented Statistical Education System on the Web EnvironmentHiroshi Yadohisa
P102  Experiences in Teaching Probability in High SchoolTiemi Matsuo
P103  A Metacognitive Technique Applied to Teaching Statistics in a Basic Statistics CoursePatricia Furst
P104  Evaluation of the Teaching of Statistics in the Primary School in Lavras, Minas Gerais, BrazilVerônica Yumi Kataoka
P105  Approval Rate in Biostatistics Final Exams. Salta, 2000-2005Gladis Marta Romero
P106  Students’ Reading Abilities in Relation to Learning StatisticsFrancisco Montes
Mario Plaza
P107  Computer-Based Instructional Approaches used in the Statistics Classroom at the University Level: A Quantitative Historical Perspective on Their EffectivenessShawn Fitzgerald
P108  A Quantitative Historical Perspective on the Effectiveness of Various Instructional Methods in Teaching Statistics at the Post-Secondary Level of EducationShawn Fitzgerald
P109  Concrete Models for Teaching StatisticsLilia Carolina Costa
Gilênio Borges Fernandes
Maristela Dias de Oliveira
P110  Importance of Visualization in the Teaching of StatisticsNora Díaz Sanzana
P111  Teaching and Learning Statistics in Postgraduated Courses at the Institute of Nutrition and Food Technology, University of ChileLydia Lera Marques
P112  Learning to Use the Variation Coefficient as an Alternative to Standard DeviationMarco Riquelme
P113  Working with Project: Is this Efficient?Viviana Giampaoli
P114  Planning Experiments to Study Design and Analysis of ExperimentsDinara W Xavier Fernandez
P115  Analysis of Categorical Data: the Instrumentality of ANACOR and HOMALSAna Paula Couceiro Figueira
P116  The Use of Digital Environments in Statistics Education: a Contextual ExperienceSandra Brignol
P117  The SRTL Forums: International Research Forums on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking and LiteracyDani Ben-Zvi

In addition there will be 26 posters from South African teachers that have been selected in a competition organised by SASA. These will be posters P118 to P143. Details will be available later.