The Fifth International Conference on Teaching Statistics - ICOTS-5
Place Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Dates June 21 - 26, 1998.
Theme Statistical Education - Expanding the Network
Chair IPC Brian Phillips (email@example.com Fax + 61 9819 0821) Chair LOC Teck-Wong Soon (firstname.lastname@example.org) Singapore contact Lionel Pereira-Mendoza (email@example.com)
WWW site www.nie.ac.sg:8000/~wwwmath/icots.html
CALL for PAPERS
If you are interested in presenting a paper at ICOTS-5 please submit an abstract, 300 - 500 words, of the paper you would like to be considered as soon as possible but before Dec. 18, 1996 to the relevant topic convener whose name and email is listed below or the IPC Chair. You will then be put in touch with the appropriate session organiser.
Note: Because of the limited number of speakers who can be accepted for each session, people whose abstracts are not accepted for the session they nominate may be referred to organisers of other relevant sessions and/or the contributed paper or poster sessions.
1. Statistical education at the school level (Elementary level, secondary level, teacher training, local teachers) Lionel Pereira-Mendoza firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Statistical education at the post-secondary level (Introductory statistics, mathematical statistics, design and analysis of experiments, regression and correlation, Bayesian methods, categorical data analysis, sample survey design and analysis) Richard Scheaffer email@example.com
3. Statistical education for people in the workplace (Statistical consultancy, continuing education, distance education, total quality) Kerstin Vannman firstname.lastname@example.org
4. Statistical education and the wider society (Statistical Societies, statistical literacy, publications, legal contexts, journalists, informed society) Anne Hawkins email@example.com
5. An international perspective of statistical education (African region, Asian region, Spanish speaking , Other developing regions,) James Ntozi firstname.lastname@example.org
6. Research in teaching statistics (Junior levels, senior school levels, post-secondary levels, probablity) Joan Garfield email@example.com
7. The role of technology in the teaching of statistics (Software design, teaching experiments, graphics calculators, visualization, research, multi-media and WWW) Rolf Biehler firstname.lastname@example.org
8. Other determinants and developments in statistical education (Cultural/historical factors, learning factors, assessment, gender factors, projects/competitions) Guiseppe Cicchitelli email@example.com