Monday, April 18, 2011

CATALST Presentation at NCTM Research Presession

Zieffler presents on CATALST. On
the screen is Robin Lock, Joan Garfield
and Robert delMas.
Andrew Zieffler recently presented at the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics Research Presession in Indianapolis, IN. The presentation, entitled It Takes a Village to Effect Change: The CATALST Course Teaching Experiment [PDF version of the slides], documents a two-semester teaching experiment currently being undertaken as part of the NSF-funded CATALST grant (DUE-0814433).

Zieffler presented this work in an invited session, Research in Statistics Education: Current Efforts and Future Directions, organized by James Tarr (University of Missouri). Other participants in the session included Randall E. Groth (Salisbury University), Sandra Madden (University of Massachusetts Amherst), and Tim Jacobbe (University of Florida). The session also included two discussants, Hollylynne Stohl Lee (North Carolina State University), and Rich Lehrer (Vanderbilt University).

For more information related to the CATALST grant:
  • Download the slides of the NCTM presentation [PDF]
  • Visit the CATALST website [Website]

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