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Connecting context, statistics and software for understanding a randomization test: a case study

Abstract : Drawing statistical inference with the help of simulations has gained prominence in statistics education as well as introducing statistical inference with randomization tests. This paper describes some selected results of a case study of preservice primary teachers who attended a short learning trajectory on statistical inference with randomization tests. It will be shown how the participants address the context, statistics and software level when conducting a randomization test with software and how the conscious linking of the three levels can support the learning process and help to understand certain elements of a randomization test.
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Susanne Podworny. Connecting context, statistics and software for understanding a randomization test: a case study. Eleventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME11), Utrecht University, Feb 2019, Utrecht, Netherlands. ⟨hal-02412830⟩

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