TinkerPlots software is designed to get students from primary to age 13 excited about what they can learn from data. You and your students will analyse data by creating colourful visual representations that will help your students make sense out of real data and recognise patterns as they unfold. TinkerPlots is the optimal tool to help your students master probability and statistics concepts in the National Curriculum.

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  1. Biehler, Rolf; Frischemeier, Daniel; Podworny, Susanne: Stochastic simulations with TinkerPlots -- from simple random experiments to informal hypothesis testing (2016)
  2. Callingham, Rosemary; Carmichael, Colin; Watson, Jane M.: Explaining student achievement: the influence of teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge in statistics (2016)
  3. Engel, Joachim: Functions, data and models: connecting central topics of the mathematics curriculum (2016)
  4. Ainley, Janet; Gould, Robert; Pratt, Dave: Learning to reason from samples: commentary from the perspectives of task design and the emergence of “big data” (2015)
  5. Biehler, Rolf; Frischemeier, Daniel: “Do men earn more than women?” -- Exploring real data using the software TinkerPlots in stochastics instruction (2015)
  6. Biehler, Rolf; Frischemeier, Daniel; Podwor, Susanne: Informal hypothesis testing with simulation support in the lower secondary school level (2015)
  7. English, Lyn D; Watson, Jane M: Exploring variation in measurement as a foundation for statistical thinking in the elementary school (2015)
  8. Garfield, Joan; Le, Laura; Zieffler, Andrew; Ben-Zvi, Dani: Developing students’ reasoning about samples and sampling variability as a path to expert statistical thinking (2015)
  9. Meletiou-Mavrotheris, Maria; Paparistodemou, Efi: Developing students’ reasoning about samples and sampling in the context of informal inferences (2015)
  10. Saldanha, Luis: Using TinkerPlots software to learn about sampling variability and distributions as a basis for making informal statistical inferences (2015)
  11. Watson, Jane M.; English, Lyn D.: Introducing the practice of statistics: are we environmentally friendly? (2015)
  12. Ben-Zvi, Dani; Ben-Arush, Tali: EDA instrumented learning with TinkerPlots (2014)
  13. delMas, Robert; Garfield, Joan; Zieffler, Andrew: Using TinkerPlots to develop tertiary students’ statistical thinking in a modeling-based introductory statistics class (2014)
  14. Fitzallen, Noleine; Watson, Jane: Developing a sequence of learning experiences in statistics (2014)
  15. Frischemeier, Daniel; Podworny, Susanne: Explorative data analysis and stochastic simulation with TinkerPlots -- first uses in Kassel & Paderborn (2014)
  16. Okumuş, Samet; Thrasher, Emily: Prospective secondary mathematics teachers’ construction of box plots and distributional reasoning with three construction tools (2014)
  17. Watson, Jane: TinkerPlots as an interactive tool for learning about resampling (2014)
  18. Wilkerson-Jerde, Michelle Hoda: Construction, categorization, and consensus: student generated computational artifacts as a context for disciplinary reflection (2014)
  19. Biehler, Rolf; Ben-Zvi, Dani; Bakker, Arthur; Makar, Katie: Technology for enhancing statistical reasoning at the school level (2013)
  20. Biehler, Rolf; Frischemeier, Daniel: Playful learning of data analysis -- from data cards and living statistics to the software TinkerPlots -- a workshop as part of an in-service primary teacher training (2013)

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