Preface, Joan Garfield

1. Myth-Conceptions, Anne Hawkins

**PART I: HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE TEACHING OF STATISTICS AT
THE SECONDARY LEVEL**

2. Graphing Calculators and Their Potential for Teaching and Learning Statistics, Gail Burrill

3. Developing Probabilistic and Statistical Reasoning at the Secondary Level Through the Use of Technology, James Nicholson

4. Statistical Thinking in a Technological Environment, Dani Ben-Zvi and Alex Friedlander

5. The Use of Technology for Modeling Performance Standards in Statistics, Susanne P. Lajoie

6. DISCUSSION: How Technology is Changing the Teaching and Learning of Statistics in Secondary Schools, Gail Burrill

**PART II: DEVELOPING EXEMPLARY SOFTWARE**

7. A Framework for the Evaluation of Software for Teaching Statistical Concepts, Robert C. delMas

8. QUERCUS and STEPS: The Experience of Two CAL Projects From Scottish Universities, Moya McCloskey

9. Overview of ConStatS and the ConStatS Assessment, Steve Cohen and Richard A. Chechile

10. Toward a Theory and Practice of Using Interactive Graphics in Statistical Education, John T. Behrens

11. DISCUSSION: Software for Teaching Statistics, Dani Ben-Zvi

PART III: WHAT WE ARE LEARNING FROM EMPIRICAL RESEARCH

12. What Do Students Gain From Computer Simulation Exercises? An Evaluation of Activities Desgined to Develop an Understanding of the Sampling Distribution of a Proportion, Kay Lipson

13. Students Analyzing Data: Research of Critical Barriers, Clifford Konold, Alexander Pollatsek, Arnold Well, and Allen Gagnon

14.Student's Difficulties in Practicing Computer-Supported Data Analysis: Some Hypothetical Generalizations From Results of Two Exploratory Studies, Rolf Biehler

15. Evolution of Studentsí Understanding of Statistical Association in a Computer-Based Teaching Environment, Carmen Batanero, Antonio Estepa, and Juan D. Godino

16. Computer-Based and Computer-Aided Learning of Applied Statistics at the Department of Psychology and Educational Sciences, Gilberte Schuyten and Hannelore Dekeyser

17.Discussion: Empirical Research on Technology and Teaching Statistics, J. Michael Shaughnessy

**PART IV: HOW TECHNOLOGY IS CHANGING THE TEACHING OF STATISTICS AT
THE COLLEGE LEVEL**

18. WORKSHOP STATISTICS: Using Technology to Promote Learning, by Self-Discovery, Allan J. Rossman

19. Examining the Educational Potential of Computer-Based Technology in Statistics, Peter Jones

20.How Technological Introduction Changes the Teaching of Statistics and Probability at the College Level, Susan Starkings

21.The Internet: A New Dimension in Teaching Statistics, J. Laurie Snell

22.Computer Packages as a Substitute for Statistical Training?, Michael Wood

23.DISCUSSION: How Technology is Changing the Teaching of Statistics at the College Level, Carol Joyce Blumberg

**PART V: QUESTIONS TO BE ADDRESSED ON THE ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN STATISTICS
EDUCATION**

24.Learning the Unlikely at Distance as an Information Technology Enterprise: Development and Research, Jane Watson and Jeffrey P. Baxter

25.The Role of Technology in Statistics Education: A View From a Developing Region, Michael J. Glencross and Kamanzi W. Binyavanga

26.DISCUSSION: Technology, Reaching Teachers, and Content , Gail Burrill