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Working cooperatively in Statistics education



Nowadays, with the huge amount of information in all areas of knowledge, an inter/multidisciplinary approach is more and more critical as statistics has become crucial in decision-making in all areas of life. It is therefore more important than ever that statistics educators incorporate examples of data and statistics from a variety of contexts, and initiate co-operative partnerships with other disciplines in the education of their students.

Working co-operatively with other disciplines means contributing to improve knowledge in the discipline, establish common goals, and share in data-driven decisions in order to better educate our citizens. Statistical education should help to establish inter/multidisciplinary teams to work cooperatively in order to facilitate the understanding of statistical reasoning.


1AWorking cooperatively to promote Statistical literacyCarol Joyce Blumberg (United States)
Enriqueta Reston (Philippines)
1BCo-operative efforts involving Statistics, local culture and consumersJerry Moreno (United States)
1CCo-operative efforts involving Statistics and Mathematics educationMaria A Pannone (Italy)
1DCo-operative efforts involving Statistics teachers & researchersEvelio Osvaldo Fabbroni (Panama)
1ECooperation in statistics education in Latin AmericaDavid Ospina (Colombia)
1FStatistics education journals: cooperating not competing (panel discussion)W. Robert Stephenson (United States)