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NameAffiliationCountry
James BaglinRMIT UniversityAustralia
A. John BailerMiami UniversityUnited States
Kaye Enid BasfordThe University of QueenslandAustralia
Carmen Batanero Universidad de GranadaSpain
Mojca BavdazUniversity of LjubljanaSlovenia
Banu BaydilUnited States
Mauricio Beltrán PascualSpain
Dani Ben-ZviFaculty of Education, University of HaifaIsrael
Florian BerensUniversity of GoettingenGermany
Marie Berrondo-AgrellFrance
Penelope Lois BidgoodKingston University United Kingdom
Rolf BiehlerUniversitaet PaderbornGermany
Ayse BilginMacquarie UniversityAustralia
Andrej BlejecNational Institute of Biology and University of LjubljanaSlovenia
Carol Joyce BlumbergUnited States
Charlotte BolchSchool of Teaching and LearningUnited States
Eduardo León BolognaUniversidad Nacional de CórdobaArgentina
Manfred G. BorovcnikUniversität KlagenfurtAustria
Latifa BouabdillahUnited Kingdom
Nancy BoyntonFredoniaUnited States
Carlos A. BraumannUniversidade de EvoraPortugal
Dilbagh BrocaXLRIIndia
Christine BrowningUnited States
Jennifer Ann BrownUniv. of CanterburyNew Zealand
Mark Simon BrownSocial StatisticsUnited Kingdom
Timothy C. BrownAustralia
Stephanie BudgettThe University of AucklandNew Zealand
Michael BulmerUniversity of QueenslandAustralia
Gail BurrillUnited States
 
 IASE Member details

Name:Dani Ben-Zvi
ISI member
Email:dbenzvi@univ.haifa.ac.il
Webpage:http://dbz.edtech.haifa.ac.il/
 
Department:Mathematics Education and Educational Technology
Affiliation:Faculty of Education, University of Haifa
Address:University of Haifa
199 Aba Khoushy Ave.
Mount Carmel, Haifa, 3498838
Country:Israel
 
Biography:

Dani Ben-Zvi is a professor of statistiucs education and educational technology in the Mathematics Education and the Learning, Instruction and Teacher Education Departments, head of the Educational Technologies Graduate Program, in the Faculty of Education, University of Haifa, Israel. Dani is a leading international scholar in statistics education, focusing on the study of developing students' statistical reasoning that involves creating and evaluating data-based claims that are used as a means of increasing credibility of arguments and of making decisions under uncertainty. He also designs and studies innovative educational technologies and technology-enhanced learning communities as means to make complex domains – such as statistics – more accessible to learners. Dani co-chairs the International Collaboration for Research on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking, and Literacy (SRTL, http://srtl.info/).