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A day in the life of a statistical knowledge for teaching course
Teachers’ statistical learning needs differ from those of individuals in other professions. Along with learning statistical content, they must develop the ability to teach statistics to others. This paper illustrates how ...
Characterizing key developmental understandings and pedagogically powerful ideas within a statistical knowledge for teaching framework
A hypothetical framework to characterize statistical knowledge for teaching (SKT) is described. Empirical grounding for the framework is provided by artifacts from an undergraduate course for prospective teachers that ...
Mapping the structure of knowledge for teaching nominal categorical data analysis
This report describes a model for mapping cognitive structures related to content knowledge for teaching. The model consists of knowledge elements pertinent to teaching a content domain, the nature of the connections among ...
Two sides of the megalopolis: Educating for sustainable citizenship
Despite widespread focus on literacy and math at the expense of other subjects, citizenship and environmental education have an important role in American public education. Citizenship and environmental education are broadly ...
Using the five practices model to promote statistical discourse
Statistical tasks that can be solved in a variety of ways provide rich sites for classroom discourse. Orchestrating such discourse requires careful planning and execution. Stein, Engle, Smith, and Hughes (2008) suggested ...