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Investigating college-level introductory statistics students' prior knowledge of graphing
This study investigated the prior knowledge about graphing that groups of undergraduate Cypriot and U.S. students brought into the introductory statistics classroom. A total of 159 students completed a questionnaire designed ...
Distance learning for teacher professional development in statistics education
We provide an overview of EarlyStatistics, an online professional development course in statistics education targeting European elementary and middle school teachers. The course facilitates intercultural collaboration of ...
Introductory statistics, college student attitudes and knowledge - A qualitative analysis of the impact of technology-based instruction
This paper presents findings from a qualitative study that compared the learning experiences of a group of students from a technology-based college-level introductory statistics course with the learning experiences of a ...
Technological tools in the introductory statistics classroom: Effects on student understanding of inferential statistics
While technology has become an integral part of introductory statistics courses, the programs typically employed are professional packages designed primarily for data analysis rather than for learning. Findings from several ...
Enhancing in-service primary teachers’ technological, pedagogical and content knowledge on mobile mathematics learning
This article reports on the main insights from a study aimed at equipping a group of in-service teachers with the knowledge, skills, and practical experience required to effectively integrate tablet devices within the ...
Integrating mobile devices in the mathematics curriculum: A case study of a primary school in Cyprus
The case study took place in a primary school in Cyprus (student ages 6-12), which implemented a two-year multifaceted professional development program aimed at the effective integration of tablet technologies within the ...