Perspective IV: Mathematics Education presents research pertaining to two threads of investigations into probabilistic thinking: (content) topics in probability (e.g., sample space) and areas of research in mathematics education (e.g., affective domain). Within this perspective, theories, models and frameworks from mathematics education are used to investigate probabilistic thinking while other areas of mathematics education are informed by the research into probabilistic thinking.
Chernoff, E. J. , Russell, G. L. (2014)., Preface to perspective IV: mathematics education, in E. J. Chernoff & B. Sriraman (eds.), Probabilistic thinking, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 493-494.
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