The Importance of Numeracy and in Particular of Statistics Literacy for South Africa
|John Volmink (South Africa)|
|2||Preparing for Diversity in Statistics Literacy: Implications for Statistical Institutions, Researchers, and Educators||Iddo Gal (Israel)|
|Scott Murray (Canada)|
|3||Doing Research in Statistics Education: More than Just Data||Jane M Watson (Australia)|
|4||Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Complementary or Conflicting Categories for School Statistics?||Peter Holmes (UK)|
Statistical Literacy, Statistical Numeracy and Developing Society's Statistical Health and Richness
|Helen MacGillivray (Australia), Forum Chair|
|Luigi Biggeri (Italy)|
|Lisbeth Cordani (Brazil)|
|Pali Lehohla (South Africa)|
|Jessica Utts (USA)|
1982-2002 From the Past to the Future
|Maria-Gabriella Ottaviani (Italy)|
|7||After dinner address:
What Can Cheap Computing Offer Statistics Literacy?
|George W. Cobb (USA)|
ICOTS-6, The Sixth International Conference on Teaching Statistics - International Program Committee (IPC) Website.
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