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Publications

Conferences

Here you will find a list of the Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education conference presentations, these date back to 2000. For an electronic copy of our conference reports or presentations please contact us via the website.
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Refereed Journals

The following is a list of refereed publications produced by the Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education from 2000 onwards. In some cases we cannot distribute electronic copies of a journal, please view the relevant publication for copies, you may however request electronic copies of an article we have produced, contact us via the website.   

 

Publications
Marriott, J. M., Davies, N. and Gibson, E. (2009) Teaching, Learning and Assessing Statistical Problem Solving. Journal of Statistics Education, [Online], 17 (to appear).
Davies, N. (2006). Real Data, Real Learning and the London Olympics. Significance, 3, 94–96.
Holmes, P. (2006). iPod shuffle not random. Teaching Statistics, 28, 71-74.
Connor, D., Davies, N. and Holmes, P. (2006) Using Real Data and Technology to Develop Statistical Thinking. In: Burrell, G. (Editor), Thinking and Reasoning with Data and Chance. 2006 National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) Yearbook (USA), 185-194.
Connor, D. and Turner, C. (2005). Data4Learning. Claire Publications, UK.
Connor, D. (2005). Data, data everywhere…. Teaching & Learning, 13, 25 – 27.
Connor, D. (2005). Real data – real learning. The Maths Coordinator’s File, 19.
PFP Publishing, UK.
Turner, C (2006). Height, Foot Length and Threat to Woodland: Positive Learning from Pupil Relevant Data. Teaching Statistics, 28, 22-25.
Davies, N., and Connor, D. (2004) CensusAtSchool: Collecting and Disseminating Real Data for Real Learning. In: Proceedings of the 20th Annual Statistics Methodology Symposium. Ottawa: Statistics Canada.
Marriott, J.M., Naylor, J.C. and Tremayne, A R, (2004). Bayesian graphical inference for economic time series that may have stochastic or deterministic trends. In: R. Becker and S. Hurn (eds.), Advances in Economics and Econometrics:Theory and Applications, Selected Papers from the Australasian Meeting of the Econometrics Society. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.
Davies, N., Connor, D. and Spencer N. M. (2003) An International Project for the Development of Data Handling skills of Teachers and Pupils. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Decision Sciences, 7, 75-83.
Connor, D. (2003). CensusAtSchool – Democratising access to statistics. Radical Statistics, 82, 42 - 47.
Cai, Y. and Davies, N. (2003). A simple diagnostic method of outlier detection for stationary Gaussian time series. Journal of Applied Statistics, 30, 205–223.
Cai, Y. and Davies, N. (2003). Monitoring the parameter changes in general ARIMA time series models. Journal of Applied Statistics, 30, 983–1001.
Marriott, J.M., Naylor, J.C. and Tremayne, A R. (2003). Exploring Economic Time Series: A Bayesian Graphical Approach, Econometrics Journal, 6, 1-21.
Zheng, P. and Marriott, J M, (2003). A Bayesian analysis of smooth transitions in trend. BAYESIAN STATISTICS 7, Editors J M Bernardo, M J Bayarri, J O Berger, A Dawid. D Heckerman, A M F Smith and M West. Oxford University Press, 733-740.
Holmes, P (2003). From Sharing to Balancing – No Mean Feat. Teaching Statistics, 25, 36-39.
Holmes, P (2003). 50 years of statistics teaching in English schools: some milestones. The Statistician, 52, 439-474
Holmes, P. (2003). Ideas and Resources for Teaching Statistics – two resources from the past. Mathematics in School, 32.5 4-6.
Davies, N. (2002) Ideas for Improving Learning and Teaching Statistics. In: Effective Learning and Teaching in Mathematics. London: Kogan Page.
Connor, D. and Davies, N (2002). An International Resource for Learning and Teaching. Teaching Statistics, 24, 59-61.
Holmes, P. (2002). Assessment: New ways of Pupil Evaluation Uisng Real Data. Teaching Statistics, 24, 87-89.
Connor, D., Davies, N. and Payne, B. (2002). Web-based Project and Key Skills Work. Teaching Statistics, 24, 62-65.
Holmes, P. (2002). Teaching, Learning and Assessment: Complementary or Conflicting Categories for School Statistics? In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Teaching Statistics. (ed Phullips, B). Voorburg: International Statistical Institute. (available at www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~iase/publications/1/04_ho.pdf).
Holmes, P. (2002). Some Lessons to be Learned from Curriculum Developments in Statistics. In: Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Teaching Statistics. (ed Phullips, B). Voorburg: International Statistical Institute. (available at www.stat.auckland.ac.nz/~iase/publications/1/2d6_holm.pdf).
Connor, D. and Holmes, P. (2002). Classroom and Worksheet Activities across the Curriculum. Teaching Statistics, 24, 55-58.
Holmes, P. (2001) Proof without words. Mathematical Gazette 86, 267-268.
Holmes, P. (2001). Correlation: From picture to formula. Teaching Statistics 23, 67-71.
Holmes, P. (2001) 40 Years of Statistics in English Schools: Some Milestones. In: Proceedings of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the International Statistical Education Centre (ed Manoranjan Pal and Premananda Bharati), 71-78. Kolkata: International Statistical Education Centre.
Holmes, P. (2001). Matching University Education and Employment Needs in Statistics. In: Proceedings of the Golden Jubilee Celebrations of the International Statistical Education Centre (ed Manoranjan Pal and Premananda Bharati), 207-210. Kolkata: International Statistical Education Centre.
Davies, N. and Holmes, P. (2000). The Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education. Teaching Statistics, 22, 2-4.
Connor, D., Davies, N. and Holmes, P. (2000). CensusAtSchool 2000. Teaching Statistics, 22, 66-70.
Davies, N. and Bishop, P. (2000) A Strategy for the Use of Technology to Enhance Learning and Teaching in Maths, Stats and OR. Proceedings of the International Conference on Technology in Mathematics Education. Ed: M.O.J. Thomas, Auckland: Auckland University of Technology.
 

Reports

The following is a list of commissioned reports from the Royal Statistical Society Centre for Statistical Education dating back to 2000. To enquire about commissions or to request an electronic copy of a commissioned report please contact us via the website.

 

Commissioned Reports
Goodall, G. and Davies, N. (2008). An Assessment of the Undergraduate Statistics Program in the Department of Mathematics and Physics at Qatar University.
Davies, N., Marriott, J.M. and Gibson, E. (2005, 2006). Statistics and Handling Data. Interim and final reports to the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, London.
Davies, N and Marriott, J (2006). Capacity Building for Economic Management Project for The Gambia – Provision of technical assistance to develop and deliver a training course in basic statistics.
Goodall, G. and Davies, N. (2006). An Assessment of the Undergraduate Statistics Program in the Department of Statistics and Operations Research at Kuwait University.
Davies, N and Holmes, P. (2004) STATCAP Development of a Statistical Training Programme in the implementation plan to reform the National Statistical System of Kenya. Commissioned by the World Bank.
Davies, N., Holmes, P and Goodall, G. (2002). Continuing Professional Development, Training and Teacher Training in South Africa. Commissioned by Statistics South Africa.
Davies, N. (2001). Study Visit programme for the Primary Mathematics Project Assistant Professional Team, Sri Lanka, April - May 2001. Programme commissioned by Cambridge Educational Consultants.
Davies, N., Holmes, P and Connor, D. (2001). CensusAtSchool and Continuing Professional Development in South Africa. Sixty-eight page report, commissioned by Statistics South Africa, Pretoria.
Holmes, P. and Payne, B. (2001). Training the Teachers for the Royal Statistical Society Ordinary Certificate in Statistics and the Malawi Certificate in Key Statistical Skills. Commissioned report by the Department for International Development (DfID) and the World Bank on work carried out in the National Statistics Office, Zomba, Malawi.
Davies, N. (2000). Report of an exploratory visit to The National Statistics Office and the University of Malawi, Chancellor College, Zomba, Malawi. Commissioned by the Department for International Devlopment (DfID) and the World Bank.
 

Teaching Statistics

Teaching Statistics is published 3 times a year and is produced by the Teaching Statistics Trust. The home of the Teaching Statistics Trust is at the RSSCSE. In 1995 the Trust published its special Golden Jubilee 50th issue. Since it was established the Trust has endeavoured to make all issues a useful resource for teachers.

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