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* Minitools (dutch)

General

The minitools are three Java applets for middle school statistics. They were initially developed in the research project directed by Paul Cobb at Nashville. Koeno Gravemeijer has played a major role in the design. In a sequel project, Arthur Bakker has revised them and used them in the Netherlands in his PhD project. They are online: www.wisweb.nl and look in the statistics strand.

References

  • Bakker, A. (2002). Route-type and landscape-type software for learning statistical data analysis. In B. Phillips (Ed.), Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference of Teaching Statistics [CD-ROM]. Voorburg, the Netherlands: International Statistical Institute. [online at IASE website]
  • Bakker, A. (2004a). Design research in statistics education: On symbolizing and computer tools. Utrecht, the Netherlands: CD Beta Press. [online at Utrecht Igitur and IASE website under disserations]
  • Bakker, A., Biehler, R., & Konold, C. (2005). Should young students learn about box plots? In G. Burrill & M. Camden (Eds.), Curricular development in statistics education: International Association for Statistical Education 2004 Roundtable (pp. 163-173). Voorburg, the Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.
  • Bakker, A., & Gravemeijer, K. P. E. (2002). Leren redeneren over verdeling; een ontwikkelingsonderzoek. Tijdschrift voor Didactiek der Beta-wetenschappen, 19(1), 2-23.
  • Bakker, A., & Gravemeijer, K. P. E. (2004). Learning to reason about distribution. In D. Ben-Zvi & J. Garfield (Eds.), The challenge of developing statistical literacy, reasoning, and thinking (pp. 147-168). Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers.
  • http://www.wisweb.nl

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