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Detailed programme for Friday 7th July
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The full list of authors can be seen from the Session link in the left column.

08:30-10:00Plenary AddressItapoã
PlenaryMichael Shaughnessy
Chair: Allan Rossman
*Students’ work and student thinking: An invaluable source for teaching and research
10.00-10.30Coffee breakExh Hall
10:30-12:30Parallel Sessions
Session 2D
The use of technology to enhance the teaching of statistics at school level
Session organizer: Andee Rubin
Pel A
Dani Ben-Zvi*Using TinkerPlots to scaffold students’ informal inference and argumentation
Rolf Biehler*Working styles and obstacles: computer-supported collaborative learning in statistics
Andee Rubin*Exploring informal inference with interactive visualization software
Arthur Bakker*Using technology to support diagrammatic reasoning about center and variation
Session 3E
Multivariate statistics
Session organizer: John Harraway
Ita B
Johanna Hardin*Analyzing DNA Microarrays with undergraduate statisticians
Joe Hair*Successful strategies for teaching Multivariate Statistics
Lisa L Harlow*Basic multivariate themes and methods
Hebe Goldenhersch*Ludovic Lebart’s approach: a way for teaching applied Multivariate Statistics in graduate courses with a heterogeneous audience
Session 4B
International cooperation in statistical training in the workplace
Session organizers: José L Cervera-Ferri, Pilar Martin-Guzman
Ita C
Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris*Utilizing distance education to offer web-based professional development in statistics education to teachers across Europe
Lyman McDonald*Experiences in consulting with Russian biologists on applications of statistical methods
Enrico Giovannini*Towards a more integrated international statistical system: the role of training
Todd Evans*International Statistical Training - How both large and small organisations can benefit from international cooperation
Session 7A
Building and using databases for student analysis
Session organizer: Juana Sanchez
Ita A
Noel Enyedy*At the intersection of Statistics and culturally relevant pedagogy: potential and potential challenges of learning Statistics through socal activism
Robert Gould, Christina Palmer*Towards statistical thinking: making real data real
Carl Lee*Teaching Statistics using a real-time on-line database created by students
Lea Bregar*Use of web-based public databases in statistics courses: experiences and challenges
Session 16A
Contributed papers   Pel B
Geoff Cumming*How the noncentral t distribution got its hump
Mark Werner*Software tools for introductory statistics: a student-based comparison
William Rybolt*Experience with using electronic surveys to meet the six recommendations of the GAISE College Report
Steve Krevisky*Using mathematics and statistics to analyze who are the great sluggers in baseball
Rink Hoekstra*Problems when interpreting research results using only p-value and sample size
Session 16B
Contributed papers   Pel C
Katarina Cobanovic*Periodic Regression
Niu Junjun*Teaching estimation about the family of SRS, PPS and MPPS sampling designs
Helle Rootzén*Learning objects and blended learning: an example of a continuing education course
Derk Jan Kiewiet*SOTSS: a system for online testing of statistical skills
Session 16C
Contributed papers   (In Portuguese/Spanish)Pel D
Renata Grigório Silva Gomes*The calculadora estadistica for present and distance learning
Claudia Borim da Silva*The variation concept: a study with secondary school mathematics teachers
Pedro Gerardo Rocha Salamanca*A proposal for changing educational practices in the teaching of probability and statistics
Maria Inez Rodrigues Miguel*Teaching and learning of the poisson’s model: a model building experience
Laura Martignon*Educating children in stochastic modeling: Games with stochastic urns and colored tinker-cubes
12:30-14:00Lunch time 
12:30-14:00Meetings and Special Sessions
SIG 2Young Latin American researchers in Statistics education
Organizers: Cileda de Queiroz e Silva Coutinho, Blanca R Ruiz Hernández
Ita A
Session 1
Writing about research: open meeting of the Statistics Education Research Journal
Organizer: Iddo Gal
Ita B
Meeting 3
Joint ICMI/IASE Study International Programme Committee Meeting
Organizer: Carmen Batanero
Pel D
Meeting 5
IASE Executive 2
Organizer: Gilberte Schuyten
Pel C
14:00-15:30Parallel Sessions
Session 3D
Teaching heterogeneous groups
Session organizers: Christina Andersson, Elisabeth Svensson
Ita B
Alan Porter*Teaching Statistics and Research Methods to heterogeneous groups: The Westminster experience
Penelope Bidgood*Creating statistical resources from real datasets ñ the STARS project
Session 3H
Statistics learning with cases/projects
Session organizer: Jenny Pange
Ita C
Johan Anton Van Buuren*Teaching statistics and research methods: an integrated approach
Jenny Pange*Assessing and educating preschool teachers on probability concepts in the classroom
Jennifer Ann Brown*Making statistics real: working with Statistics New Zealand
Session 9D
Session organizer: Doreen Connor
Ita A
Mary Townsend*Measuring success: How CensusAtSchool engages Canadian students in active learning outcomes
Soo Kong*CensusAtSchool in Australia
Emma Knights*Data handling from a classroom perspective in the UK
Session 17A
Contributed papers   Pel A
M. Alejandra Sorto*Identifying content knowledge for teaching Statistics
Giuseppe Cicchitelli*Demonstrations in probability and statistics using Excel
Kobus de Wet*Using perceptions of randomness to teach statistics to first year statistcs students in South Africa
Catherine-Marie Chiocca*An instrumental obstacle example
Session 17B
Contributed papers   (In Portuguese/Spanish)Pel B
Ana Lara-Porras*I have some data, what can I do with them?
Hugo Alejandro Alvarado Martínez*Designing a study process of the central limit theorem for engineers
Esperanza Ayuga*Statistics education applied to agroforestry area (2005)
Monica Graciela Giuliano*Conceptions about probability and accuracy in argentine students who start a career in engineering
Session 17C
Contributed papers   (In Portuguese/Spanish)Pel C
Celi Espasandin Lopes*Stochastics and the professional knowledge of teachers
Rui Pimenta*Assessing statistical reasoning through project work
Marcos Pinho*Semiotics function and learning of arithmetics mean
Jaime Raúl Seixas Fonseca*Contribution of learning statistics at secondary school to students’ results at university
15.30-16.00Coffee breakExh Hall
16:00-18:00Plenary AddressItapoã
PlenaryChris Wild
Chair: Gilberte Schuyten
*On cooperation and competition

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