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.