Teaching Statistics first appeared in 1979 and has been published three times a year ever since.
- is for teachers of pupils aged up to about 19
- includes articles on teaching statistics as a specialist subject and as a support tool for other disciplines
- is full of ideas and resources for teaching data-handling and probability.
Regular features include:
Practical Activities, Classroom Notes; Assessment Matters; Computing Notes; Curriculum Matters; Data Stories; Book Reviews; Statistical Diversions.
Teaching Statistics seeks to help teachers of biology, business studies, economics, geography, mathematics, the sciences and the social sciences etc. by showing how statistical ideas can illuminate their work and how to make proper use of statistics in their teaching. It is also directed towards those who teach statistics as a separate subject and to those who teach statistics in conjunction with mathematics courses. In the USA, teachers will find it useful in teaching the data-handling aspects of the NCTM Standards.The emphasis of the articles is on teaching and the classroom.
The aim is to inform, entertain, encourage and enlighten all who use statistics in their teaching or who teach statistics per se.
|Teaching Statistics now has an online submission system (intended to speed up the review process). Please see more details: www.teachingstatisticsonline.org||Our first anthology: The Best of Teaching Statistics
is now out of print, but read the articles using the link.
|Read our new anthology: Getting the Best from Teaching Statistics available FREE ONLINE as a PDF.||
Teaching Statistics at its Best: 50 of the best articles from Volumes 6-14.
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