|6 - 10 July 2020||IASE Roundtable||IASE Roundtable, “New Skills in the Changing World of Statistics Education” Held online; International Program Chair Sibel Kazak (email@example.com)|
|6 - 10 July 2020||ANZSC2020||The Australian Statistical Society and New Zealand Statistical Association Conference Held 6 - 10 July 2020 in Gold Coast, Australia at the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre.|
|18 - 23 Aug 2019||WSC62||62nd World Statistics Congress, organized by the International Statistical Institute (ISI) was held in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia from 18 - 23 August 2019. IASE is organizing within WSC62 several Invited Paper Sessions, Special Topics Sessions, various Contributed Paper sessions, posters, and other special lectures.|
|13 - 16 Aug 2019||IASE 2019||IASE Satellite to 2019 World Statistics Congress, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
These are themed conferences held immediately before the ISI World Statistics Congresses.
|4 - 9 Aug 2019||International Mathematics Education for the Future Conference||International Mathematics Education for the Future Conference, Maynooth University, Kildare, Ireland|
This long running conference brings together many innovative movers and shakers from around the world, and is renowned for its friendly and productive atmosphere. We search for innovation in mathematics, science, computing and statistics education. The title of the conference is: Theory and Practice: An Interface or A Great Divide? First Announcement and Call for Papers. Proposals for papers and workshops are still welcome until 1 March. Details: firstname.lastname@example.org
|8 - 13 July 2018||ICOTS10||10th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Kyoto, Japan|
The ICOTS conferences, held by IASE every 4 years, are the most important events on the international statistics education calendar.
|7 - 9 Sept 2017||Challenges and Innovations in Statistics Education Multiplier Conference||Challenges and Innovations in Statistics Education Multiplier Conference, Szeged, Hungary|
Organised by ProCivicStat, a strategic partnership of six universities funded by the Erasmus+ program of the European Union, is developing new methods for statistics instruction for high schools and universities that will contribute to young people's ability to understand quantitative evidence about key social phenomena that permeate civic life. Details: http://www.eco.u-szeged.hu/procivic
|10 - 15 Sept 2017||International Mathematics Education for the Future Conference||International Mathematics Education for the Future Conference, Balatonfüred, Lake Balaton, Hungary|
This long running conference brings together many innovative movers and shakers from around the world, and is renowned for its friendly and productive atmosphere. We search for innovation in mathematics, science, computing and statistics education. The title of the conference is: Challenges in Mathematics Education for the next Decade. Details: email@example.com
|11 - 16 July 2017||IASE 2017 Satellite||IASE Satellite to 2017 World Statistics Congress, Rabat, Morocco|
These are themed conferences held immediately before the ISI World Statistics Congresses.
|16 - 21 July 2017||ISI World Statistics Congress, Marrakech, Morocco||61st World Statistics Congress of the ISI|
These are the main conferences of the International Statistical Institute (ISI) and occur every 2 years. Submit Invited Paper Session proposal by 15 February 2016.
|8 - 9 December, 2016||9th OZCOTS, Canberra, Australia||The 9th Australian Conference on Teaching Statistics (OZCOTS), considered many challenges of teaching Statistics for future statisticians, statistical users and consumers under the theme of “Statistics Education in a Big Data Era”. OZCOTS 2016 is again building on the success of the timing and format of OZCOTS 2008, 2010 and 2012 as a conjoint event with the (ASC) with an overlap on Thursday 8th December.|
|19 - 22 July 2016||IASE Round Table, Berlin, Germany||2016 IASE Roundtable Conference.|
The Round Table will bring together a group of experts, scholars, practitioners, and researchers, representing as many different countries as possible, to discuss views and approaches concerning one featured aspect of statistics education.
|22 - 24 July 2015||IASE 2015||IASE Satellite to 2015 World Statistics Congress, Rio de Janeiro|
These are themed conferences held immediately before the ISI World Statistics Congresses. In 2015, the satellite was held 22-24 July.
|13 - 18 Jul 2014||ICOTS 9||9th International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA|
The ICOTS conferences, held by IASE every 4 years, are the most important events on the international statistics education calendar. ICOTS9 was held 13-18 July, 2014. Its theme was “Sustainability in Statistics Education”.
|21 - 26 Sept 2014||International Mathematics Education for the Future Conference||International Mathematics Education for the Future Conference, Montenegro|
This long running conference brings together many innovative movers and shakers from around the world, and is renowned for its friendly and productive atmosphere. The title of the conference was: The Future of Mathematics Education in a Connected World..
|8 - 10 Oct 2014||IAOS 2014 Conference on Official Statistics||Meeting the demands of a changing world, Da Nang, Viet Nam|
The IAOS 2014 Conference examined how producers of official statistics can work with others to maintain relevance and respond to the opportunities and challenges presented by new technologies and data sources.
|25 - 30 Aug 2013||ISI 59||59th World Statistics Congress of the ISI, Hong Kong|
These are the main conferences of the International Statistical Institute (ISI) and occur every 2 years. Seven Invited Paper Sessions (IPS) and five special IPS for the Youth theme, proposed by IASE have been approved by the ISI Scientific Program Committee.
|22 - 24 Aug 2013||IASE 2013||IASE Satellite to 2013 World Statistics Congress, Macao|
These are themed conferences held immediately before the ISI World Statistics Congresses. In 2013, the satellite was held 22-24 August, with the theme “Statistics Education for Progress”, and with the special sub-theme on 24th August of “Statistics Education for Progress: Youth and Official Statistics”. The first two days featured papers proposed by IASE while the third day involved representatives of IAOS as well as IASE.
|17 - 20 June 2013||7th Int Conf on Maths and Stats Education||7th Annual International Conference on Mathematics Education & Statistics Education, Athens, Greece.|
|12 - 15 Sep 2012||3rd Int. French-Speaking Meeting on Statistics Teaching||3rd Colloque Francophone International Sur L’enseignement De La Statistique to be held in Angiers, France. The aim was to inform french-speaking public about statistical researches and practises.|
|12 - 14 Sep 2012||IAOS 2012||IAOS 2012 Official Statistics: getting your messages across (Kiev, Ukraine, 12-14 Sept 2012)|
IAOS 2012 includes major themes on statistical story telling and statistical literacy.
|12 - 13 Jul 2012||OZCOTS 2012||OZCOTS 2012: 8th Australian Conference on Teaching Statistics|
Adelaide, South Australia. Theme “Statistics education for greater statistics”. OZCOTS 2012 is adjacent to the Australian Statistics Conference (ASC) with a (planned) overlapping day on Thursday 12th July.
|08 - 15 Jul 2012||ICME 12||12th International Congress on Mathematics Education held in Seoul, Korea. For statistics education components, see Study Group 11: Teaching and Learning of Probability and Study Group 12: Teaching and Learning of Statistics.|
|02 - 06 Jul 2012||IASE Round Table, Phillipines||2012 IASE Roundtable Conference on Technology in Statistics Education: Virtualities and Realities, which was held July 2-6, 2012 in Cebu City, Philippines.|
The Round Table brought together a group of experts, scholars, practitioners, and researchers, representing as many different countries as possible, to discuss views and approaches concerning the role of technology in statistics education.
|11 - 17 Sep 2011||11th International Conference of The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project||Theme, “Turning Dreams into Reality: Transformations and Paradigm Shifts in Mathematics Education”. To be held September 11-17, 2011 at Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa|
|21 - 26 Aug 2011||ISI 58||58th (biennial) World Statistics Congress of the International Statistical Institute|
|18 - 19 Aug 2011||IASE 2011 Satellite||2011 IASE Satellite Conference: Statistics Education and Outreach, 18th and 19th August, The Grand Hotel in Malahide near Dublin, Ireland|
|19 - 21 May 2011||USCOTS 2011: The Next Big Thing||USCOTS, an active, hands-on working conference for teachers of Statistics at the undergraduate level, in any discipline or type of institution, including high school teachers of AP Statistics, will feature spotlight sessions, plenary talks, and working breakout sessions in three major areas: curriculum, pedagogy, and research. Lots of good resources for each of these areas will be provided in a fun and active atmosphere, where everyone will be invited to be involved.|
|09 - 10 Dec 2010||OZCOTS 2010: 7th Australian Conference on Teaching Statistics||Building capacity in statistics education OZCOTS 2010 is building on the success of the timing and format of OZCOTS 2008 as a satellite to the Australian Statistics Conference (ASC) with an overlap on Thursday 9th December. Details of ASC 2010 can be obtained at http://www.promaco.com.au/2010/asc|
|08 - 10 Sep 2010||Deuxième colloque francophone international sur l’enseignement de la statistique (CFIES’2010)||This scientific manifestation is organized under the aegis of the Société Française de Statistique (SFdS). Its objective is to gather during three days teachers and researchers of the following disciplines: statistics obviously, but also mathematics, education sciences, engineering of knowledge, didactic of statistics and data processing. We should also not forget about the different disciplines that are using statistical tools, in the field of exact sciences as well as in that of social or health sciences, nor the companies which have to ensure the training of their staff on the statistical techniques. This conference aims to be a meeting and an exchange place for the actors in charge of the training of both young and adult people, and this to any level: obligatory and higher education, but also the continuing education.|
|11 - 16 Jul 2010||ICOTS 8||8th International Conference on the Teaching of Statistics|
|11 - 17 Sep 2009||Models in Developing Mathematics Education||10th (Anniversary) International Conference of the http://math.unipa.it/~grim/21project.htm|
|16 - 22 Aug 2009||ISI 57||57th bienniel Session of the International Statistical Insititute|
|14 - 15 Aug 2009||IASE 2009 Satellite||2009 IASE Satellite Conference to ISI 57. The theme is Next Steps in Statistics Education|
|10 - 12 Aug 2009||SOCR Training & Development Workshop||A Workshop on technology-enhanced probability and statistics education to be held at UCLA using SOCR's extensive and freely available online resources. This workshop will be of most value to AP teachers and college instructors of probability and statistics classes who have interests in exploring novel technology-enhanced approaches for improving statistics education.|
|15 - 16 Jul 2009||Seminar on Innovative Approaches to Turn Statistics Information into Knowledge||The seminar is about the art of making statistics understandable and appealing to modern audiences to increase the statistical literacy of the general public. Leading-edge products will be showcased. A review of technical solutions (e.g. Flash, video) are expected to be made and participants will have the opportunity to participate in discussions on how to select, develop and implement excellent solutions, as well as engaging and thought-provoking applications of statistics. Statistics educators are considering the possibilities of reaching students via webcast, podcasts, ipods, and other modern technologies. This seminar will be of high interest to them because those technologies, their successes and limitations in conveying stories behind data will be showcased in an intensive two days of brainstorming.|
|10 - 16 Jul 2009||SRTL-6||The Sixth International Forum for Research on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking and Literacy (SRTL-6), to be held in Brisbane, Australia. Theme: The Role of Context and Evidence in Informal Inferential Reasoning.|
|25 - 27 Jun 2009||USCOTS 2009||3rd United States Conference On Teaching Statistics, to be held at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. Theme: Letting go to grow.|
|04 - 05 Aug 2008||Meeting Within a Meeting Workshop for K-12 Math and Science Teachers||The American Statistical Association is presenting the Meeting Within a Meeting (MWM) workshop for K-12 mathematics and science teachers in conjunction with the 2008 Joint Statistical Meetings. The main goal of MWM is to enhance statistics education within the math/science curriculum using active learning, real-world data, technology, and statistical concepts embodied in the Guidelines for Assessment and Instruction in Statistics Education Pre-K-12 Curriculum Framework. |
|06 - 13 Jul 2008||ICME 11||11th International Congress on Mathematics Education to be held in Monterrey, Mexico. For statistics education components, see http://tsg.icme11.org/tsg/show/14|
|04 - 05 Jul 2008||Encuentro Latinoamericano de Educación Estadística (ELEE)||Meeting in México aimed primarily at Latin-American statistics educators and teachers (English language descriptions given at bottom of Meeting webpage)|
|03 - 04 Jul 2008||OZCOTS 2008 - 6th Australian Conference on Teaching Statistics||The 6th OZCOTS held as a satellite to the http://www.asc2008.com.au/|
|30 Jun - 04 Jul 2008||IASE Round Table/ICMI Conference||Conference of the Joint IASE/ICMI Study on "Statistics Education in School Mathematics: Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education. (This is also the IASE 2008 Round Table Conference)|
|22 - 29 Aug 2007||ISI 56||This is the main conference of the International Statistical Institute (ISI) and was held in Lisbon, Portugal in August 2007.|
|19 - 21 Aug 2007||IASE 2007 Satellite||IASE Satellite Conference On Assessing Student Learning in Statistics|
|16 - 21 Jul 2006||PME-30 PSYCHOLOGY OF MATHEMATICS EDUCATION||30th Annual Meeting of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, PME30. The theme of the conference is “Mathematics in the Centre”.|
|02 - 07 Jul 2006||ICOTS 7||7th International Conference on the Teaching of Statistics (IASE’s flagship conference. ICOTS occur every 4 years)|
|22 - 06 Nov 2005||Kingfisher Delta '05||The conference is the fifth in a growing series of international conferences that cover all aspects of teaching mathematics and statistics at the undergraduate level. Delta '05 themes focus on aspects of undergraduate teaching and learning of mathematics and statistics including: innovative practice, assessment issues, effective use of technology, web delivery and online learning, service teaching, pre-service teacher education, issues of access, equity, and transition.|
|02 - 07 Jul 2005||SRTL-4||4th International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking and Literacy. Theme: Reasoning About Distribution|
|19 - 21 May 2005||United States Conference on Teaching Statistics (USCOTS)||USCOTS is an active, hands-on working conference for teachers of Statistics at the undergraduate level, in any discipline or type of institution, including high school teachers of AP Statistics. USCOTS will feature spotlight sessions, plenary talks, and working breakout sessions in three major areas: curriculum, pedagogy, and research. Lots of good resources for each of these areas will be provided in a fun and active atmosphere, where everyone will be invited to be involved.|
|05 - 12 Apr 2005||ISI 55||55th bienniel Session of the International Statistical Insititute|
|04 - 05 Apr 2005||IASE 2005 Satellite||Theme: Statistics Education and the Communication of Statistics. Satellite Conference of ISI 55.|
|17 - 21 Feb 2005||CERME 4, Fourth Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education||Thematic Groups and invited papers about new research on mathematics education. Group 5: Stochastic Thinking. Epistemological and educational issues; pupils’ cognitive processes and difficulties and curriculum issues. Coordinator: Dave Pratt (UK), firstname.lastname@example.org|
|09 - 11 Jan 2005||4th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields||Submission Deadline: August 24th, 2004.|
To be held at the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel in Honolulu, Hawaii, the 2005 Hawaii International Conference on Statistics, Mathematics and Related Fields will be the gathering place for academicians and professionals from statistics and mathematics related fields.
|04 - 06 Oct 2004||Second National Conference on Graphing Calculators||Objective: To provide a forum for educators in Malaysia to exchange ideas, to communicate and discuss issues in the use of graphing calculators in the teaching and learning of mathematics and science at all levels. Areas of Focus: Pedagogical Strategies, Assessment, Curriculum and Professional Development for Teachers.|
|08 - 12 Aug 2004||Joint Statistical Meeting, ASA||To find sessions involving Statistics Education: (0) Go to http://www.amstat.org/meetings/jsm/2004/onlineprogram/|
|05 - 06 Aug 2004||"Beyond the Formula" Conference||Constantly Improving Introductory Statistics: Updating A Crowded Curriculum|
|01 - 04 Aug 2004||ARTIST Roundtable Conference on Assessment in Statistics||The goal of this roundtable conference is to provide participants with opportunities to learn about and discuss issues of student assessment in statistics courses.|
|19 Jul - 16 Aug 2004||Resampling Methods||The workshop introduces the basic concepts and methods of statistics via resampling methods (bootstrap, permutation). All sessions include critical appraisal methodology and exercises. Participants will learn to do interval estimation, one- , two- and k-sample comparisons, correlation, and a number of other most-powerful statistical procedures. The goal of the course is to give participants the confidence and tools necessary for the practice of statistics in their own research and in interpreting the research of others. Instructor: Dr. Phillip Good, author of “Resampling Methods” (Birkhauser). There are no specific daily hours - interaction takes place on a discussion board.|
|15 - 18 Jul 2004||PME 28||28th Psychology of Mathematics Education Conference. Theme: Inclusion and Diversity.|
|11 - 16 Jul 2004||IBC 2004||The International Biometric Conference, IBC2004, was held in parallel with the Australian Statistical Conference, ASC2004, at the Cairns Convention Centre in Cairns, Australia on 11-16 July 2004. See the website for details of the exciting scientific program, including a statistics-education component. |
|04 - 11 Jul 2004||ICME 10||10th International Congress on Mathematics Education. For statistics education component, see http://www.icme-organisers.dk/tsg11/|
|28 Jun - 04 Jul 2004||IASE Round Table||Theme: Curricular Development in Statistics Education|
|26 Jun - 01 Jul 2004||7th Int. Conf. of The Math. Ed. into the 21st Century Project||Theme: The Future of Mathematics Education. Papers are invited on all innovative aspects of mathematics and statistics education.|
|21 - 25 Jun 2004||Introductory Statistics: Concepts, Applications, Theory||A Data-Oriented, Active-Learning, Post-Calculus Introduction to Statistical Concepts, Applications, and Theory|
|04 - 08 Jun 2004||33rd Carnegie Symposium on Cognition||Theme: Thinking With Data|
|19 - 23 Dec 2003||Espace Mathématique Francophone 2003||Addressing the main problems concerning the teaching of Mathematics, especially at the elementary and high school levels, and in teacher training.|
|01 - 02 Dec 2003||OZCOTS-5||Annual Australian series of Statistics Education meetings. IASE/Swinburne University of Technology.|
|19 - 25 Sep 2003||The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project||The Decidable and the Undecidable - a tribute of course to Kurt Godel, who was born and educated in Brno before moving to Vienna and the United States. The importance of his work, in freeing mathematics from the alluring but simplistic idea that all mathematics can be deduced from a few logical axioms, cannot be overestimated. Mathematics, like art, like music and literature, and like life itself, has the power to make us happy by means of our personal creativity and openness, and through our own personal resolution of what is decidable, and what is undecidable, not only in mathematics and not only in mathematics education, but in life itself.|
|13 - 20 Aug 2003||ISI 54||The scientific programme of the 54th ISI Session consists of Invited Paper Meetings and Contributed Paper Meetings. The scientific programme for the Invited Paper Meetings has been developed by the ISI Programme Committee and the five Section Programme Committees.|
|11 - 12 Aug 2003||IASE 2003 Satellite||Statistics Education and the Internet This was the satellite conference to ISI 54 and was of interest to a wide cross section of society including teachers, educational administrators, and researchers in statistical education. http://www.swin.edu.au/maths/iase/isi54.html|
|03 - 07 Aug 2003||JSM (the Joint Statistical Meetings)||San Francisco, California|
|23 - 28 Jul 2003||SRTL-3 International Research Forum||Reasoning about Variability. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA|
|13 - 18 Jul 2003||PME 27th Conference||Held in Honolulu, Hawaii, at the Hawaii Convention Center.|
|07 - 10 Jul 2003||Inter-American Statistical Institute: IX Seminar on Applied Statistics||Statistics in Education and Education in Statistics. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Deadline for paper submission and earlybird fees, March 31, 2003. mailto:email@example.com|
|05 - 08 Jun 2003||Hawaii International Conference on Statistics and Related fields||mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org|
|28 Feb - 31 Mar 2003||CERME 3||Stochastic Thinking Group at the Third Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education, Bellaria, Italy.|
|28 Oct - 01 Nov 2002||Inter-American Meetings on Teaching of Statistics (JIEE)||Organized by IASI (Inter-American Statistical Institute) and 5th Latin American Congress of Statistical Societies (CLATSE V), organized by the Argentinian Society of Statistics (SAE), the Argentinian Group of Biometry (GAB), the Chilean Society of Statistics (SOCHE), and the Uruguayan Society of Mathematics and Statistics (SUME). Buenos Aires.|
|11 - 15 Aug 2002||Joint Statistical Meetings||New York City, New York|
|21 - 26 Jul 2002||PME 26||Norwich, UK. Chair: mailto:email@example.com|
|07 - 12 Jul 2002||ICOTS-6||International Conference on Teaching Statistics, Cape Town, South Africa. http://icots.itikzn.co.za/|
|01 - 06 Jul 2002||2nd International conference on the teaching of mathematics at the undergraduate level||Crete, Greece, July 1-6, 2002 mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org|
|01 - 30 Jun 2002||SEACME 9||Singapore East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education, EARCOME. mailto:email@example.com|
|18 - 18 Dec 2001||Statistical Education Workshop||Teaching to diversity - University of Wollongong, Australia|
|04 - 05 Dec 2001||OZCOTS4||Australasia stats education meeting.|
|10 - 11 Oct 2001||European Workshop on the Teaching and Diffusion of Statistics||Instituto Balear de Estadística|
|22 - 29 Aug 2001||ISI 53||Seoul, Korea|