Members’ Publications

Recent publications from

Journal of Statistics Education: An International Journal on the Teaching and Learning of Statistics.

  1. JSE Volume 20, Number 3 (November 2012)
  2. JSE Volume 20, Number 2 (July 2012)
  3. JSE Volume 20, Number 1 (March 2012)
  4. JSE Volume 19, Number 3 (November 2011)
  5. JSE Volume 19, Number 2 (July 2011)
  6. JSE Volume 19, Number 1 (March 2011)

Statistical Education Research Journal

1.  SERJ Volume 11, number 2 (November 2012).

  1. Special Issue: Research on Attitudes Towards Statistics
    Candace Schau (Guest Editor), Michèle Millar (Guest Editor), and Peter Petocz (Editor)
  2. Students’ Perception of Statistics: An Exploration of Attitudes, Conceptualizations, and Content Knowledge of Statistics
    Marjorie E. Bond, Susan N. Perkins, and Caroline Ramirez
  3. Looking Back Over Their Shoulders: A Qualitative Analysis of Portuguese Teachers’ Attitudes Towards Statistics
    José Alexandre Martins, Maria Manuel Nascimento, and Assumpta Estrada
  4. Students’ Attitudes Toward Statistics Across the Disciplines: A Mixed-Methods Approach
    James D. Griffith, Lea T. Adams, Lucy L. Gu, Christian L. Hart, and Penney Nichols-Whitehead
  5. The Importance of Attitudes in Statistics Education
    Caroline Ramirez, Candace Schau, and Esma Emmioğlu
  6.   Using the Expectancy Value Model of Motivation to Understand the Relationship Between Student Attitudes and Achievement in Statistics
    Michelle Hood, Peter A. Creed, and David L. Neumann
  7. Do Introductory Statistics Courses in the United States Improve Students’ Attitudes?
    Candace Schau and Esma Emmioğlu
  8. Attitudes and Achievement in Statistics: A Meta-Analysis Study
    Esma Emmioğlu and Yesim Capa-Aydin
  9. Surveys Assessing Students’ Attitudes Toward Statistics: A Systematic Review of Validity and Reliability
    Meaghan M. Nolan, Tanya Beran, and Kent G. Hecker

2.  SERJ Volume 11, number 1 (May 2012).

  1. A Multi-Institutional Study of the Relationship between High School Mathematics Achievement and Performance in Introductory College Statistics
    Danielle N. Dupuis, Amanuel Medhanie, Michael Harwell, Brandon LeBeau, Debra Monson, and Thomas R. Post
  2. Retention of Statistical Concepts in a Preliminary Randomization-Based Introductory Statistics Curriculum
    Nathan Tintle, Kylie Topliff, Jill VanderStoep, Vicki-Lynn Holmes, and Todd Swanson
  3. SERJ Volume 10, number 2 (November 2011).
    1. Publishing in SERJ: An Analysis of Papers from 2002–2009
      Andrew Zieffler, Joan Garfield, Robert delMas, Laura Le, Rebekah Isaak, Audbjorg Bjornsdottir, and Jiyoon Park
    2. Preservice Elementary Teachers and the Fundamentals of Probabiltiy
      Clark Dollard
    3. Graduate Teaching Assistants’ Statistical Content Knowledge of Sampling
      Jennifer Noll
    4. SERJ Volume 10, number 1 (May 2011).
      1. The Impact of a Proficiency-Based Assessment and Reassessment of Learning Outcomes System on Student Achievement and Attitudes
        Michael A. Posner
      2. Statistical Analysis When the Data is an Image: Eliciting Student Thinking about Sampling and Variability
        Margret A. Hjalmarson, Tamara J. Moore, and Robert delMas
      3. Measuring Statistics Attitudes: Structure of the Survey of Attitudes Toward Statistics (SATS-36)
        Stijn VanHoof, Sofie Kuppens, Ana Elisa Castro Sotos, Lieven Verschaffel, Patrick Onghena
      4. Robust Understanding of Statistical Variation
        Susan A. Peters

American Statistical Association

  1. Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) Report: A Pre-K-12 Curriculum Framework, August 2005.
  2. Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education (GAISE) College Report, February 2005.
  3. Number 77, The Statistics Teacher Network, ASA/NCTM Joint Committee on the Curriculum in Statistics and Probability, Spring 2011.

d.  Number 78, The Statistics Teacher Network, ASA/NCTM Joint Committee on the Curriculum in Statistics and Probability, Winter 2011.

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