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Thinking and reasoning with data and chance / ed. Gail F. Burrill, Portia C. Elliott

Secondary Author Burrill, Gail
Elliott, Portia C.
Country Estados Unidos. Publication Reston, VA : National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, cop. 2006 Description XII, 481 p. : il. ; 24 cm + 1 disco óptico (CD-ROM) Series Yearbook / National Council of Teacher of Mathematics , 68 , 0077-4103 ISBN 0-87353-588-X CDU 519.2
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Monografia Biblioteca de Ciências da Educação
BCE 519.2 - T Available 407729
Produtos Computador Biblioteca de Ciências da Educação
BCE 519.2 - T Available 407730

Licenciatura em Educação Básica Probabilidades e Estatística 2º semestre

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The 2006 NCTM Sixty-eighth Yearbook focuses on students' and teachers' learning in statistics centered on a set of activities. Topics include the relation between mathematics and statistics, the development and enrichment of mathematical concepts through the use of statistics, and a discussion of the research related to teaching and learning statistics. The yearbook articles cover a variety of broad areas, including sections on Learning about Data and Chance, Reasoning with Data and Chance, and Reflecting on Issues Related to Data and Chance. Articles focus on such topics as examining children's beliefs about ""what is fair"" and using simulation techniques in the classroom. The accompanying CD offers support material for many of the articles, including lessons, software demonstrations, and even video clips of classrooms. NCTM yearbooks focus concerted attention on timely issues by viewing them in depth, from multiple perspectives, through interdisciplinary lenses, and across different grade bands. The year 2006 marks the sixty-eighth yearbook in the NCTM yearbook series.

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