Programa da Conferência

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GUIA DO PROGRAMA

Plenary Talk I

The uses of statistical literacy (slides)

Janet Ainley

Plenary Talk II

The challenge of developing students’ statistical reasoning (slides)

Dani Ben-Zvi

 

PROJECT DSL PANEL

Project Developing statistical literacy: Student learning and teacher education

Hélia Oliveira, Ana Paula Canavarro, Ana Henriques

 

PLENARY PANEL

Statistics education: Issues and perspectives

Janet Ainley, Dani Ben-Zvi, Andreas Eichler, João Pedro da Ponte

 

RP | RESEARCH PAPERS

RP1    Understanding conditional probability through visualisation

Katharina Böcherer-Linder, Andreas Eichler, Markus Vogel

RP2    Probability content in the entrance to university tests in Andalucia

José-Miguel Contreras, M. del Mar López-Martín, Pedro Arteaga, Magdalena Carretero

RP3    Semiotic complexity levels and activities related to statistical graphs in Chilean primary education textbooks

Danilo Díaz-Levicoy, Pedro Arteaga, Carmen Batanero, María Magdalena Gea

RP4    Using models and modeling to support the development of college-level students’ reasoning about statistical inference

Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris, Marina Appiou Nikiforou

RP5  Using TinkerPlots software to learn about sampling variability and distributions as a basis for making informal inferences

Luis Saldanha

RP6  Pedagogical statistical knowledge of a prospective teacher

Raquel Santos, João Pedro da Ponte

RP7    Interpretation of pictograms by 3rd grade pupils: The teacher’s role

Luciano Veia, Joana Brocardo, João Pedro da Ponte

RP8    Teachers’ practices and grade 3 students’ understanding of bar graphs representations

Isabel Velez, João Pedro da Ponte

 

SO | SHORT ORAL COMMUNICATIONS

SO1    Innovative didactic solutions for statistics education in Italian schools

Barbara Ascari

SO2    Explorística – Adventures in statistics

Pedro Campos

SO3    Communication, actions and questions of one teacher in conducting statistical tasks

Ana Caseiro, João Pedro da Ponte, Cecília Monteiro

SO4    The role of the context during a statistical investigation with children

Susana Colaço

SO5    Inquiry-based teaching in statistics and challenges for elementary and secondary school mathematics teachers

Everton Estevam, Márcia Cyrino

SO6    Statistical knowledge for teaching: The case of Sara and modelling tasks with two-dimensional distributions

Nélida Filipe, Ana Paula Canavarro, Leonor Santos

SO7    Developing statistical literacy in the 5th grade: A teaching experience

Cátia Freitas

SO8    5th grade students’ informal inferential reasoning when using TinkerPlots

Marisa Gregório, Ana Henriques, Hélia Oliveira

SO9    Statistical literacy in teaching of Natural Science

Aneta Hybšová

SO10  Relationships between hypothesis testing and probability/other inference topics

Hyung Won Kim

SO12  Sixth-graders interpretation of information using bar graphs and isolated cases

Ema Mamede, Liliane Carvalho

SO13  Don’t panic: In-service teachers’ attitudes towards statistics from elementary school

José Alexandre Martins, Assumpta Estrada, Maria Manuel Nascimento

SO14  Reasons to choose a statistical graph: A study with teachers of elementary school

Niedja Martins, Carolina Carvalho

SO15  Learning statistics through R Programming: An activity for linear regression

Maite Mascaró, Ana Isabel Sacristán, Marta Rufino

SO16  Graph reading and interpretation: An investigation of introductory statistics college students’ knowledge

Marina Appiou Nikiforou, Maria Meletiou-Mavrotheris

SO17  Collaborative work as a tool to promote statistical literacy in an elementary school

Carlos Monteiro, Carolina Carvalho, Niedja Martins, Laura Nunes, Ana Pereira, Ana Rodrigues, Jorge Barroco

SO18  Teachers’ perspectives on promoting a statistical reasoning learning environment

Hélia Oliveira, Ana Henriques

SO19  The teaching of measures of variability at secondary level: Examining two teachers’ PCK

Sandra Quintas, Rosa Tomás Ferreira, Hélia Oliveira

SO20  On the understanding and computing of probabilities through data in contingency tables

Carla Santos, Cristina Dias

 

POSTERS

P1       Students’ covariational reasoning: Results of a teaching experiment using TinkerPlots

Patrícia Antunes, Ana Henriques

P2       Big data in grade 10

Lonneke Boels, Anne van Bodegraven, Patrick Hamersma

P3       The challenges of teaching statistics to deaf students

Carolina Carvalho, Carlos Monteiro, Niedja Martins, Laura Nunes, Ana Pereira, Ana Rodrigues, Jorge Barroco

P4       Initial training of teachers of Mathematics/Statistics in school education

Cristina Dias, Carla Santos

P5       Flow state experience to improve the motivation and success of the learning’s mathematics education of young Portuguese students

Luís Manuel Durão, Ana Caballero Carrasco, Manuel Casas García

P6       Graphs and tables in elementary school: An analysis based on activity theory of elements

Alissá Grymuza, Rogéria Rêgo

P7       The ISLP Poster Competition: A visual approach of bringing statistical literacy worldwide

Reija Helenius, Pedro Campos

P8       Statistical literacy in preschool education

Fernando Martins, Ana Coelho, Vera do Vale, Isabel Duque, Luana Pinho

P9       Teaching statistics in indigenous schools

Sérgia Oliveira, Liliane Carvalho, Carlos Monteiro

P10     Reflection on practices as teacher educators in statistics

Manuel Vara Pires, Cristina Martins, Paula Barros

P11     Knowledge about arithmetic mean: A study with future teachers

Manuel Vara Pires, Paula Barros, Cristina Martins

P12     Statistical thinking about variation in data: A study with youth and adult students

Valdir Ramos, Iranete Lima, Carlos Monteiro

P13     Interpreting represented data: An early childhood study

Margarida Rodrigues, Sandra Cordeiro

P14     Challenging intuition with the “Bertrand Box” problem

Carla Santos, Cristina Dias

 

Conferências Plenárias

The uses of statistical literacy, por Janet Ainley – Universidade de Leicester, Reino Unido

When young children learn to read and write in their mother tongue, which is the normal meaning of ‘literacy’, they already know what these skills are useful for. They experience adults using reading and writing for a range of purposes everyday, and as their skills develop they can immediately use reading and writing for many of the same purposes as adults. They can read text in books, magazines, birthday cards, on computer screens, and write lists, text messages and notes to friends. The uses and purposes of statistical literacy are much less visible to children, and indeed to many adults. Even when statistical concepts and skills, such as sampling, or measures of average, are taught, the power and usefulness of those ideas is not always clearly connected to the experiences of learners. As a result, students and adults may ‘understand’ different measures of average, but not know why and when such as measure might be useful or appropriate. In this talk I will argue for the need for pedagogic approaches which foreground the uses of statistical ideas in ways which are meaningful for learners, and thus contribute to the development of useable statistical literacy.

The challenge of developing students’ statistical reasoning, por Dani Ben-Zvi – Universidade de Haifa, Israel

Statistical reasoning is the way people reason with statistical ideas and make sense of statistical information. This involves making interpretations based on sets of data, graphical representations, and statistical summaries. Statistical reasoning combines complex ideas about data and chance, which leads to making inferences and interpreting statistical results. Underlying statistical reasoning is a conceptual understanding of a web of important ideas, such as distribution, center, variability, association, uncertainty, randomness, and sampling. In this presentation, I reflect on research projects –conducted during the past 20 years with colleagues and graduate students– on students’ learning to reason statistically. I contemplate on what I have learnt and offer some lessons. The questions I discuss are: What is statistical reasoning? Why is it challenging for learners at all ages? What can research tell us about students’ statistical reasoning and its development? How can we support students’ statistical reasoning? What research challenges are of current interest to the statistics education community?

 

Painel plenário de discussão com o tema Statistics education: Issues and perspectives.

Andreas Eichler – Universidade de Kassel, Alemanha

Dani Ben-Zvi – Universidade de Haifa, Israel

Janet Ainley – Universidade de Leicester, Reino Unido

João Pedro da Ponte (moderador) – Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Este painel abordará as seguintes questões:

   – Objetivos da educação estatística no ensino básico e secundário;

   – Avanços e retrocessos na importância da estatística no currículo do ensino básico – o que é razoável promover?

   – Estatística no currículo escolar – uma relação privilegiada com a matemática ou uma relação privilegiada com outros tópicos?

   – Possíveis contribuições da investigação para potenciar o estado da educação estatística no ensino básico e secundário.

 

Sessões práticas

Paralelamente à Conferência decorrerão Sessões Práticas em português, destinadas a professores de matemática dos ensinos básico e secundário, que conjuntamente com as outras sessões do programa são creditadas, na modalidade de Curso de Formação (0,6 créditos).