**Publications and presentations**

Arnold, P. (2008a). Developing new statistical content knowledge with secondary school mathematics teachers. In C. Batanero, G. Burrill, C. Reading, & A. Rossman (Eds.), *Joint ICMI/IASE Study: Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics. Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education. Proceedings of the ICMI Study 18 and 2008 IASE Round Table Conference (July, 2008), Monterrey, Mexico* (pp. 1–6). Voorburg, The Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.

Arnold, P. (2008b, July). *What about the P in the PPDAC cycle? An initial look at posing questions for statistical investigation.* Paper presented at the 11th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-11), Monterrey, Mexico. http://tsg.icme11.org/document/get/481

Arnold, P. (2009). Context and its role in posing investigative questions. In K. Makar (Ed.), *The Role of Context and Evidence in Informal Inferential Reasoning. Proceedings of the Sixth International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking and Literacy (SRTL-6, July, 2009), Brisbane, Australia* (pp. 101–115). Brisbane, Australia: University of Queensland.

Arnold, P., & Pfannkuch, M. (2010). Enhancing students’ inferential reasoning: from hands on to “movie snapshots’”. In C. Reading (Ed.), *Data and context in statistics education: Towards an evidence-based society. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS-8, July, 2010), Ljubljana, Slovenia* (pp. 1–6). Voorburg, The Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.

Arnold, P., & Pfannkuch, M. (2012). The language of shape. *Proceedings of the 12th International Congress on Mathematical Education (ICME-12, July, 2012), Seoul, South Korea* (pp. 2446–2455). Seoul, South Korea: ICME-12.

Arnold, P., Pfannkuch, M., Wild, C. J., Regan, M., & Budgett, S. (2011). Enhancing students’ inferential reasoning: From hands-on to “movies”. *Journal of Statistics Education, 19*(2), 1–32.

Pfannkuch, M., Arnold, P., & Wild, C. J. (2011). *Statistics: It’s reasoning not calculating. *(Summary research report on Building students’ inferential reasoning: Levels 5 and 6)

Pfannkuch, M., Arnold, P., & Wild, C. J. (2012). What I see is not quite the way it really is: Students’ emergent reasoning about sampling variability. *Educational Studies in Mathematics*.

Pfannkuch, M., Regan, M., & Arnold, P. (2009, November). *NCEA 2011: Laying foundations for inference in 2010*. Paper presented at the Statistics Teachers Day, Auckland, New Zealand.