Ruz, Felipe; Ruiz-Reyes, Karen; Molina-Portillo, Elena; Díaz-Levicoy, Danilo (2018). Ways to strengthen the statistical literacy, reasoning and thinking in the mathematics teachers training. En Sorto, Alejandra; White, Alexander; Guyot, Layla (Eds.), Looking back, looking forward. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS10, July, 2018), Kyoto, Japan (pp. 1-6). Voorburg, The Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.
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A growing public and political consensus, translated into an increase in fundamentals and curricular changes worldwide, has highlighted the importance of people being statistically literate, valuing their ability to reason and think using evidence-based, trustworthy arguments. These changes have affected a number of educational actors, including mathematics teachers, who have experienced these variations and are faced with the obligation to teach statistics in the school, even though they are self-aware that they are not well prepared to teach statistics or deal with difficulties of their students. Consequently, in this work we identify several recommendations present in the research literature about the aspects where to pay attention to strengthen the initial formation of teachers of mathematics and promote in it literacy, reasoning and statistical thinking.
|Tipo de Registro:||Contribución a Actas de Congreso|
|Términos clave:||06. Aprendizaje|
13. Matemáticas escolares > Estadística
05. Profesor > Formación de profesores
|Nivel Educativo:||Formación Profesional|
|Depositado Por:||Danilo Diaz-Levicoy|
|Depositado En:||24 Sep 2018 05:57|
|Fecha de Modificación Más Reciente:||24 Sep 2018 05:57|
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