Graham A. Jones
Section I.Perspectives on Probability and Probability Education
2. The Nature of Chance and Probability
Carmen Batanero, Michel Henry, Bernard Parzysz
3. Towards "Probability Literacy" for all Citizens: Building Blocks and Instructional Dilemmas
4. An Overview of Research into the Teaching and Learning of Probability
Graham A. Jones, Carol A. Thornton
Section II.Teaching and Learning Probability in the Elementary School
5. Characteristics of Elementary School Students' Probabilistic Reasoning
Cynthia W. Langrall, Edward S. Mooney
6. Combinatorics and the Development of Children's Combinatorial Reasoning
Lyn D. English
Section III.Teaching and Learning Probability in the Middle School
7. The Probabilistic Reasoning of Middle School Students
8. How do Teachers Foster Students' Understanding of Probability?
9. Dealing with Compound Events
Mokaeane V. Polaki
10. How Can Teachers Build Notions of Conditional Probability and Independence?
James E. Tarr, John K. Lannin
Section IV.Teaching and Learning Probability in the High School
11. What is the Nature of High School Students' Conceptions and Misconceptions About Probability?
Carmen Batanero, Ernesto Sanchez
12. Probability and Statistical Inference: How Can Teachers Enable Learners to Make the Connection?
Section V.Teachers and Probability
13. Teaching and Learning the Mathematization of Uncertainty: Historical, Cultural, Social and Political Contexts
Brian Greer, Swapna Mukhopadhyay
14. Assessing Probabilistic Thinking and Reasoning
15. Probability in Teacher Education and Development
Graham A. Jones
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Keywords: EDUCATION / General EDU000000