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Batanero, C. and Sánchez, E. (2005) What Is the Nature of High School Student’s Conceptions and Misconceptions about Probability? In: Jones, G.A., Ed., Exploring Probability in School: Challenges for Teaching and Learning, Springer, New York, 241-266.

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  • TITLE: Teaching Strategy Using Programming: The Probability Case

    AUTHORS: Elena Fabiola Ruiz Ledesma, Juan Jesús Gutiérrez García

    KEYWORDS: Computational Programs, Education, Probability, Programming

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Applied Sciences, Vol.7 No.9, September 1, 2017

    ABSTRACT: This document presents the advantages of using different technology and computational programs, in order to support the teacher and the student during the teaching and learning experience regarding the subject of Probability and Statistics, which is taught in upper levels. For the experimental work, a group of 40 students, who studied the third semester at the Computing Advanced Faculty from the Instituto Politécnico Nacional (ESCOM-IPN) was taken as a sample. The form to assess the group was different than usual, because currently not only knowledge was assessed but also the skills on technology were used to program software that allowed calculation through binomial and normal distribution or develop animations that simulated problems expressed in pencil and paper. For a semester, we worked with the group and obtained excellent results. The assessment was supported through a previously created metric.