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1: The ASANCTM Joint Committee on the Curriculum in Statistics and Probability (1982) Scheaffer, Dick
2: The First International Conference on Teaching Statistics (1982) Swift, Jim
3: Mathematics Curriculum, K12 (1983) Scheaffer, Dick
5: NBS Final Report Recommends More Statistics and Probability (1983) Landwehr, Jim
5: Statistics and Probability in Connecticut, Florida, and Georgia (1983) Newman, Claire
6: NSF Award Announced (1984) No Author
7: Mama, Don't Take Away My Balls and Urn (1984) Barbella, Peter
7: Statistics Institute (1984) Burrill, Gail
8: COMAP Begins High School Project (1985) No Author
8: Report on ICMES (1985) Landwehr, Jim
8: The Nightingale Network (1985) Swift, Jim
9: Applied Statistics Competition in Britain (1985) Hawkins, Anne
9: International Study Group on Probability and Statistics Concept (1985) Green, David
9: Mathematics Education in American High Schools: Results From the High School and Beyond Study (1985) Sweet, David
9: Summer Institutes in Statistics for High School Teachers (1985) Burrill, Gail
9: VLP Launches High School Experiment (1985) Kettenring, Jon
10: Woodrow Wilson Summer Institutes in Statistics for High School Teachers (1985) Burrill, Gail
11: Sneaky Statistic of the Year Contest (1986) Macy, Sue
11: The Second International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Victoria, British Columbia, Canada (1986) Swift, Jim
12: The Second International Conference on Teaching Statistics (1986) No Author
12: United Kingdom Annual Statistics Competition (1986) Hawkins, Anne
13: The Second International Conference on Teaching Statistics (1986) No Author
14: Center for Statistical Education (1987) No Author
14: QLP Participants in the News (1987) No Author
14: The American Statistical Prize Competition (1987) Cameron, Dwayne
15: Quantitative Literacy: The Series and the Software (1987) No Author
15: Sessions on Precollege Statistics at the Joint Statistics Meeting (1987) No Author
15: Statistical Prize Competitions (1987) No Author
15: Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation Summer Institutes in Statistics for Teachers in Mathematics (1987) No Author
16: A New Project in Quantitative Literacy (1987) Burrill, Gail
16: ISI Round Table Conference: "Training Teachers to Teach Statistics" (1987) Hawkins, Anne
16: Statistics: A Domain of the Mathematical Sciences (1987) McNamara, James
16: Winners of the First Annual Statistical Prize Competition (1987) No Author
17: Food For Thought Concerning Standards (1988) No Author
17: The Role of Statistics and Probability in the NCTM Standards (1988) Burrill, Gail
18: Guidelines for Teaching Statistics (1988) No Author
18: Quanitative Literacy Update (1988) Burrill, Gail
18: Suggestions for Designing a High School Statistics Course (1988) McNamara, James
18: The Second Annual American Statistics Prize Competition (1988) No Author
19: Council of Chapters: Slide/Video Show a Big Success (1988) Ruberg, Steve
19: Illinois Institute for Statistics Education (1988) Travers, Janny
19: International Statistical Institutes Round Table Conference (1988) Hawkins, Anne
19: Quanitative Literacy 1988 (1988) Burrill, Gail
19: Some Thoughts on Surveys (1988) Landwehr, Jim
19: Texas Forum on Quantitative Literacy (1988) McNamara, James
20: Against All Odds (1988) Lyons, J
20: Everybody Counts! (1988) Rowe, Kathryn
20: Focus on Quantitative Literacy in the Schools (1988) Rowe, Kathryn
20: Review of Against All Odds (1988) Peterson, Kathy
20: Statistics in Orlando (1988) Burrill, Gail
20: Stats (1988) Rowe, Kathryn
20: Woodrow Wilson Institutes (1988) Gnall, Janet
21: Against All Odds (1989) Shulte, Albert
21: Satellite Pilot Project Set in Kentucky Schools (1989) Tabor, Judy
22: Against All Odds (1989) Kinney, John
22: Statistics and Probability in K12 School Mathematics Receives a Big Push from the NCTM Standards for Curriculum and Evaluation in School Mathematics (1989) Kepner, Henry Jr
22: Statistics Camp at University of Puerto Rico (1989) Ghandi, B
23: Statistics and Probability in K12 School Mathematics Receives a Big Push from the NCTM Standards for Curriculum and Evaluation in School Mathematics PART 2  The High School Expectations (1990) Kepner, Henry Jr
23: Statistics in Utah (1990) Kinney, John
23: Third Annual Statistical Prize Competition 1989 Results (1990) No Author
23: U.K. Annual Applied Statistics Prize 198889 (1990) Hawkins, Anne
24: Qunatatitive Literacy: The Series and the Software (1990) Burrill, Gail
24: Woodrow Wilson Summer Instititutes (1990) Gnall, Janet
25: ICOTS 3 (1990) Scheaffer, Dick
25: Wings to the Future in Wichita (1990) Butler, Margaret
26: A Personal Touch (1990) Brewer, Rodney
26: It Sounds Good, But... (1990) Smith, Sanderson
26: Quantitative Literacy Series (1990) Sandberg, Valdimar
27: Statistics and Information Organization (1991) Maggard, R
27: Used Numbers (1991) Campbell, Marguerite
28: A Classroom Example (1991) Siegel, Murray
28: It Could Have Happened  Sports Headline: Braves Must Lose Final Two Games to Qualify for Playoffs (1991) Smith, Sanderson
29: A StudentConstructed Probability Problem (1992) Smith, Sanderson
29: Activities that Led to the QL Project: A Brief Historical Look (1992) Shulte, Albert
29: The United Kingdom Centre for Statistical Education (1992) Holmes, Peter
30: Finally! A Reason for Algebra...Statistics! (I'm Serious!) (1992) Ulmer, M
31: Learning from Industry: Using Quality Control Techniques to Monitor and Motivate Student Progress (1992) Kimmel, Michael
31: Solution to a StudentConstructed Probability Problem (1992) Smith, Sanderson
33: Apply Now to Host a QL Workshop on the High School Curriculum (1993) Burrill, Gail
33: CHANCE Workshop Heads for San Francisco in August (1993) Snell, J
33: Simulation Techniques Using the HP 48 (1993) Fetta, Iris
33: TORCH Institutes (1993) Gnall, Janet
34: Coin Tossing and the Normal Distribution (1993) Abramson, Lee
34: QL a Hit in Kansas (1993) Keefer, Robert
35: A K12 Quantitative Literacy Program for Pennsylvania (1994) Morgan, Fred (and Shepler, Jack)
35: Nontraditional Textbooks Leads to Student Projects (1994) Garret, Pam (and Koltas, Greg)
35: Now, It is a Fair Game (1994) Dessart, Donald
35: Woodrow Wilson Summer Institutes in Statistics and Probability (1994) Sloane, Bill
37: Americans Lifeline (1994) Adams, M.J. Jr, Adams, L., and Adams, John
37: Project Competition Involvement (1994) Young, Linda
37: Quantitative Literacy in Action (1994) Gourgey, Annette
38: Linking Mathematics and Science Curricula with Statistical Design of Experiments (1995) Peterson, Bob
38: Using Birthday Data to Integrate Statistics into the K12 Mathematics Curriculum (1995) Hayden, Bob (and Roberts, Bill)
39: Field Trips; Students Meet Statisticians (1995) Pierce, Rebecca
40: AP Statistics Course to Become a Reality in 1997 (1995) Roberts, Rosemary
40: Best College Data Analyzed (1995) Petsu, Elaine
40: Chance Course... (1995) Snell, Laurie
40: Estimating the Attendance at a Football Game (1995) Brockington, Celeste (and Luedeman, John, and Pruett, Paula)
40: QL Programs, A Review (1995) Crocker, Cathy
40: Teachers Take Probability Activity One Step Further (1995) Tahl, Marilyn
43: How Beginning Students Were Able to Spot an Error in the Against All Odds Video (1996) Bruce, Peter (and Simor, Julian)
44: A Quick Introduction to the Statistical Capabilities of the TI83 Calculator (1997) Short, Tom
44: A Statistician Goes to First Grade (1997) Denby, Lorraine
45: Efficient Storing of Statistical Data in the TI83 (1997) Coons, Albert
45: Teaching Data Analysis to Primary Teachers (1997) Garfield, Joan
45: The TI83 Makes the CLT Come to Life! (1997) Siegel, Murray
49: Some Students and a tTest or Two...Part 1 (1998) Butler, Robert
50: Some Students and a tTest or Two...Part 2 (1999) Butler, Robert
51: Some Students and a tTest or Two...Part 3 (1999) Butler, Robert
52: ASA Advised the NCTM Standards Committe (1999) Moore, Thomas
52: Relationships between Two Variables: A K12 Instructional Emphasis (1999) Bohan, James
52: Science Education and Quantitative Literacy (1999) Christensen, Art
52: Umbrella Handles and Significant Differences (1999) Butler, Robert
53: Statistics for the Elementary ClassroomSorting and Categorizing (2000) Bolster, Cyrilla
54: Teaching Probability to Young Children (2000) Bolster, Cyrilla
55: Spinning for Confidence (2000) Revak, Marie
55: Teaching Probability to Young Children  Part 2 (2000) Bolster, Cyrilla
57: A Statistical Poster for Elementary School: What is the Worth of a Name? (2001) Moreno, Jerry
58: The Case for Quantitative Literacy (2001) Steen, L
59: American Statistical Association Center for Statistics Education (2002) Mulekar, Madhuri
60: The American Statistics Project Competition (2002) Young, Linda
61: Enrichment for Advanced Placement Statistics Students (2002) Moreno, Jerry
61: Planning the Statistics Education of Future Teachers (2002) Moreno, Jerry
62: The American Statistics Poster Competition (2003) Quinn, Linda
62: Winners Of the 13th Annual American Statistics Poster Competition, 2002 (2003) No Author
63: Are you a statistic? (2004) Collins, Pam
63: What We Need to Consider...Data Analysis and Probability Standard for Grades PreK12 (2004) NCTM
64: Real Statistics in an Elementary School (2004) Obuchowki, Nancy
64: The BYU Child and Family Studies Laboratory Program (2004) Grimshaw, Scott
65: Active Learning of Probability through Contrasts (2004) Larsen, Michael
66: Illumination through Representation: An Exploration Across the Grades (2005) Lesser, Lawrence
66: Input Sought From Statistical Education Community On Pre K12 Statistics Guidelines (2005) Franklin, Christine
66: Real Classroom Examples of Hypothesis Testing for Grade K9 (2005) Walmsley, Angela
67: Fun With Dice (35) (2005) Whiting Kohler, Laura
67: Globe Toss (25) (2005) Vann, Janna
67: Glyphs (K2) (2005) Keane, Kim
67: Graphic Class Pets (K2) (2005) Lippa, Danielle
67: Graphing (K1) (2005) Gottsegen, Ellen
67: Graphing Goodies (35) (2005) Lintz, Kathy
67: Lets Win a Prize (2005) Natarus, Michelle
67: Skittles  I like the red ones! (3+) (2005) Husnu, Lisa
67: Some Websites for Consideration (2005) Ylijoki, Laura
68: A Sequence of Activities for Developing Statistical Concepts (2006) Franklin, Christine (and Kader, Gary)
68: Another Problem  Purchasing Tee Shirts (2006) Franklin, Christine
69: Statistics, Science, and Dahlias (2006) Moreno, Jerry
69: We All Have to Eat, Don't We? (2006) Lazerick, Beth
71: Meeting within a meeting: ASA program for Math/Science Teachers (2007) No Author
71: Poster and project competitions need entries (2007) No Author
71: Update on GAISE (Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistical Education) (2007) ASA/NCTM Joint Committee
71: What I Learned Grading AP statistics Exams (2007) Beth Lazerick
72: Is it Possible to Teach Statistics to Six Year Olds (2008) Courtney, Missy
73: Collecting, Depicting, and Understanding Data (2008) Walmsley, Angela
73: Looking at Data (2008) Frauenholtz, Todd
74: An Excerpt from Making Sense of Statistical Studies (2009) Kranendonk, Henry (and Starnes, Daren; Peck, Roxy; Morita, June)
74: New Zealand Statistics Education Workshop (2009) Horton, Nicholas
74: Second MWM Workshop for K12 Mathematics and Science Teachers at the 2008 Joint Statistics Meetings (2009) Halvorsen, Katherine (and Nichols, Rebecca)
74: Using Games and Game Shows to Teach Probability (2009) Paul, Sara
75: Are Education Graduates Ready to Teach Stats? (2010) Dobson, Lisa (and Moore, Chris and Keenan, Nicole)
76: MWM Webinars (2010) No Author
76: Statistics for Allâ€”the Flip Side of Quantitative Reasoning (2010) Shaughnessy, J. Michael
76: Statistics Workshop for Mathematics and Science Teachers Goes International (2010) Halvorsen, Katherine (and Rebecca Nichols)
76: Variation, Teddy Grahams, and the Law of Large Numbers (2010) Griffiths, Richard
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