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This is a session of Topic 10: Innovative collaboration in statistics education


(Tuesday 15th, 10:55-12:25)

Research projects collaborations


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Abstract

Research projects in statistics education benefit from the collaboration of individuals with different subject matter expertise, educational backgrounds, and institutional affiliations. However, there are obstacles to creating an effective collaboration group and conducting successful statistics education research projects. This session is meant to inspire cross-department, cross-institution, or cross-national research projects in statistics education research through the presentation of successful collaboration efforts. Presenters will describe the following about their collaborative research project:

  • How the collaboration began
  • How the collaboration effort was organized and facilitated (the ins and outs, such as technology used and obstacles the group overcame)
  • How the collaborators chose the research topic
  • How the analysis and results benefited from being a group rather than individual research
  • How a new innovation in technology, research methodology or funding enhanced your collaboration

A general discussion regarding how to meet other collaborators, how to address obstacles in the collaboration process, and other issues will follow.


Papers

PaperTitlePresenter / Co-author(s)
10E1Open lessons impact statistics teaching teachers’ beliefsRaimundo Olfos (Chile)
Sergio Morales (Chile)
Soledad Estrella (Chile)
10E2Conducting successful cross-institutional research in statistics educationJacqueline Wroughton (United States)
10E3Peer learning in statistics beyond the University curriculumPeter Petocz (Australia)
Emily Trussell (Australia)
Kirsten Warwick (Australia)
Anna Reid (Australia)
Aisha Newnham (Australia)
Allysia Jarrett (United States)
Ayse Bilgin (Australia)