This paper provides an overview of current research on teaching and learning statistics, summarizing studies that have been conducted by researchers from different disciplines and focused on students at all levels. The review is organized by general research questions addressed, and suggests what can be learned from the results of each of these questions. The implications of the research are described in terms of eight principles for learning statistics from Garfield (1995) which are revisited in the light of results from current studies.
- Statistical reasoning
- Statistics education
- Teaching and learning statistics
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Statistics and Probability
- Statistics, Probability and Uncertainty