**In Press**

Lundeberg, M., Kang, H., Wolter, B. & delMas, R. (in press). Context matters: Increasing understanding with interactive clicker case studies.

*Educational Technology Research & Development.*Zieffler, A., Garfield, J., delMas, R., Bjornsdottir, A., Isaak, R., Le, L., & Park, J. (in press). Publishing in SERJ: An analysis of papers from 2002–2009.

*Statistics Education Research Journal.***2011**

Garfield, J. & Franklin, C. (2011). Assessment of learning, for learning, and as learning in statistics education. In C. Batanero, G. Burrilll, C. Reading and A. Rossman (eds.),

*Teaching statistics in school mathematics—Challenges for teaching and teacher education: A joint ICMI/IASE study*(pp. 133–145). New York: Springer Publishers.Garfield, J., & Zieffler, A. (2011). Response to: “Towards more accessible conceptions of statistical inference” by C. Wild, M. Pfannkuch, M. Regan and N. J. Horton.

*Journal of the Royal Statistical Society. Series A, 174,*(Part 2), 280.Garfield, J., Zieffler, A., Kaplan, D., Cobb, G., Chance, B., & Holcomb, J. P. (2011). Rethinking assessment of student learning in statistics courses.

*The American Statistician, 65*(1), 1–10.Hjalmarson, M. A., Moore, T. J. & delMas, R. (2011). Statistical analysis when the data is an image: Eliciting student thinking about sampling and variability.

*Statistics Education Research Journal, 10*(1), 15–34.Kang, H., Lundeberg, M., Wolter, B. & delMas, R. (2011). Gender differences in student performance in large lecture classrooms using personal response systems (“clickers”) with case studies.

*Learning Media and Technology*, 1–24.Zieffler, A., Harring, J., & Long, J. D. (2011).

*Comparing groups: Randomization and bootstrap methods using R.*New York: Wiley.**2010**

Garfield, J. & delMas, R. (2010). A website that provides resources for assessing students’ statistical literacy, reasoning, and thinking.

*Teaching Statistics, 32*(1), 2–7Garfield, J., delMas, R., & Zieffler, A. (2010). Assessing important learning outcomes in introductory tertiary statistics courses. In P. Bidgood, N. Hunt, and F. Jolliffe (eds.),

*Assessment methods in statistical education: An international perspective*(pp. 75–86). Chichester, West Sussex, England: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.**2009**

Everson, M. (2009, September). 10 things I’ve learned about teaching online.

*eLearn Magazine*.Everson, M. (2009, October). Understanding the instructor’s role in facilitating online discussions.

*Faculty Focus*.Garfield, J. & Everson, M. (July, 2009). Preparing teachers of statistics: A graduate gourse for future teachers.

*Journal of Statistics Education, 17*.Zieffler, A., & Garfield, J. (2009) Modeling the growth of students covariational reasoning during an introductory statistics course.

*Statistics Education Research Journal, 8*(1), 7–31.Garfield, J. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2009) Helping students develop statistical reasoning: Implementing a Statistical Reasoning Learning Environment.

*Teaching Statistics, 31*(3), 72–77.**2008**

Ben-Zvi, D., & Garfield J. (2008). Introducing the emerging discipline of statistics education.

*School Science and Mathematics, 108*, 355–361.Everson, M., & Garfield, J. (2008). An innovative approach to teaching online statistics courses.

*Technology Innovations in Statistics Education Journal, 2*(1).Everson, M., Zieffler, A., & Garfield, J. (2008). Implementing new reform guidelines in teaching introductory college statistics courses.

*Teaching Statistics, 30*(3), 66–70.Garfield, J. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2008).

*Developing students’ statistical reasoning: Connecting research and teaching practice*. New York: Springer.Ooms, A., & Garfield, J. (2008). A model to evaluate online educational resources in statistics.

*Technology Innovations in Statistics Education Journal, 2*(1).Roseth, C.J., Garfield, J.B., & Ben-Zvi, D. (2008) Collaboration in learning and teaching statistics.

*Journal of Statistics Education, 16*(1).Zieffler, A., Garfield, J., Alt, S., Dupuis, D., Holleque, K., & Chang, B. (2008). What does research suggest about the teaching and learning of introductory statistics at the college level? A review of the literature.

*Journal of Statistics Education, 16*(2).Zieffler, A., Garfield, J., delMas, R., & Reading, C. (2008). A framework to support research on informal inferential reasoning.

*Statistics Education Research Journal, 7*(2), 40–58.**2007**

Chance, B., Ben-Zvi, D., Garfield, J., & Medina, E. (2007). The role of technology in improving student learning of statistics.

*Technology Innovations in Statistics Education Journal, 1*(1).delMas, R., Garfield, J., Ooms, A., & Chance, B. (2007). Assessing students’ conceptual understanding after a first course in statistics.

*Statistics Education Research Journal, 6*(2), 28–58.delMas, R., & Liu, Y. (2007). Students’ conceptual understanding of the standard deviation. In M. Lovett and P. Shah (Eds.),

*Thinking with data: Proceedings of the 33rd Carnegie Symposium on Cognition*(pp. 87–116). New York: Erlbaum.Garfield, J., & Ben-Zvi, D. (2007). How students learn statistics revisited: A current review of research on teaching and learning statistics.

*International Statistical Review, 75*(3), 372–396.Garfield, J., delMas, R., & Chance, B. (2007). Using students’ informal notions of variability to develop an understanding of formal measures of variability. In M. Lovett and P. Shah (Eds.),

*Thinking with Data: Proceedings of the 33rd Carnegie Symposium on Cognition*(pp. 117–147). New York: Erlbaum.Garfield, J., delMas , R., Ooms , A., & Chance , B. (2007). Assessment Resource Tools for Assessing Students’ Statistical Literacy, Reasoning, and Thinking. In D. Deeds and B. Callen (Eds.),

*Proceedings of the National STEM Assessment Conference*(pp. 93–99). Drury University.Garfield, J., Zieffler, A., delMas, R., Chance, B., Hilton, S., & Lesser, L. (2007). Practical issues in conducting statistics education research. In

*Papers Presented at the 2006 Joint Statistical Meetings*(pp. 2297– 95). Seattle, WA, August 6–10, 2006.**2006**

Ben-Zvi, D., Garfield, J & Zieffler, A. (2006). Research in the statistics classroom: Learning from teaching experiments. In G. Burrill, (Ed.),

*Thinking and reasoning with data and chance: 2006 NCTM Yearbook*(pp. 367–381). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.delMas, R., Ooms, A., Garfield, J., & Chance, B. (2006). Assessing students’ statistical reasoning.

*Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Teaching Statistics*. Salvador de Bahia, Brazil: International Association of Statistics Education and International Statistical Institute.Everson, M. (2006, April). Group discussion in online statistics courses.

*eLearn Magazine*.Franklin, C. & Garfield, J. (2006). The GAISE Project: Developing statistics education guidelines for pre K–12 and college courses. In G. Burrill, (Ed.),

*Thinking and reasoning with data and chance: 2006 NCTM Yearbook*(pp. 345–376). Reston, VA: National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.**2005**

delMas, R., Garfield, J., & Ooms, A. (2005). Using assessment to study students’ difficulty reading and interpreting graphical representations of distributions. In K. Makar (Ed.),

*Proceedings of the Fourth International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Literacy, and Reasoning (CD)*. Auckland, New Zealand: University of Auckland.delMas, R., & Liu, Y. (2005). Exploring students’ conceptions of the standard deviation.

*Statistics Education Research Journal, 4*(1), 55–82.Garfield, J. (Ed.). (2005)

*Innovations in teaching statistics*. Washington, DC: Mathematics Association of America.Garfield, J. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2005). A framework for teaching and assessing reasoning about variability.

*Statistics Education Research Journal, 4*(1), 92–99.**2004**

Ben-Zvi, D. & Garfield, J. (Eds.) (2004).

*Challenges in developing statistical reasoning, thinking and literacy*. Kluwer Pubishers, The Netherlands.