The editorial board of the Statistics Education Research Journal (SERJ) is
pleased to announce the publication of the November 2004 issue of the
Statistics Education Research Journal (Vol. 3, No.2). This new issue, as well
as archives of older issues, can be found on the SERJ web page at:
The whole Issue can be downloaded as a single PDF (about 1MB) or individual
papers can be retrieved separately. Access to issues of SERJ is free.
Contents of Vol. 3, No. 2 (Nov 2004):
Special Issue on reasoning about variability and variation
(Guest editors: Dani Ben-Zvi and Joan Garfield)
Dani Ben-Zvi and Joan Garfield (invited paper).
Research on reasoning about variability: A forward.
Robert Gould (invited paper).
Variability: one statistician's view.
Jim Hammerman and Andee Rubin.
Strategies for managing statistical complexity with new software
Reasoning about variability in comparing distributions.
Reasoning about shape as a pattern in variability.
Student description of variation while working with weather data.
This issue contains an Editorial announcing important changes in the SERJ
Statement of Goals and Policy and the addition of a Brief Reports manuscript
format. The issue also contains sections with information about past and future
IASE conferences and announcements of other future conferences with a
statistical education research strand.
SERJ is an electronic peer-reviewed research journal of the International
Association for Statistical Education (IASE: www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~iase/),
published under the auspices of the International Statistics Institute (ISI:
www.cbs.nl/isi). Instructions for contributors and additional information about
the Journal's goals and policies can be found on the SERJ website:
Flavia Jolliffe and Iddo Gal
Statistics Education Research Journal: www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/serj