Tuesday, January 9th, 20072:00 pm – 2:30 pm ET
Presented by: Sterling Hilton, Brigham Young University
Beginning in January 2005, the ASA (with support from the National Science Foundation) started a series of three workshops for statisticians and mathematics education researchers. The purpose of these workshops was to make recommendations on ways to promote high-quality education research that can stand up under the scrutiny of other scientific communities and that will allow work to be compared and combined across research programs. A draft version of the final report from these workshops entitled "Using Statistics Effectively in Mathematics Education Research" has been written. This webinar will summarize the major points of this report and discuss their relevance to researchers in statistics education.