Journal of Statistics Education

American Statistical Association Statistics Education
Journal of Statistics Education  
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Disciplinestatistics, education
Edited byJohn Gabrosek
Publication details
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4J. Stat. Educ.

The Journal of Statistics Education is a double-blind peer-reviewed[1] scientific journal. It was established in 1992 at North Carolina State University by E. Jacquelin Dietz, and became an official publication of the American Statistical Association beginning in 1999.[2] It is published quarterly online, covering subjects related to statistical literacy and statistics education from elementary to college education and continuing training. The journal's audience includes teachers, educators, and researchers in statistics, probability, and science education, as well as people interested in research on statistical and probabilistic literacy.[3]


The journal covers curricular reform in statistics, efficacy of group learning and joint projects, innovative pedagogical techniques, case studies, general understanding of probability and statistics, statistical literacy, research on the teaching of statistics, attitudes and beliefs about statistics, the use of computers and other media in teaching, distance education, and other relevant findings. Articles that provide a scholarly overview of other publications, including books, software, data and tools are also published.[3]

See also


  1. ^ "Journal of Statistics Education refereeing". American Statistical Association. Retrieved 2010-07-14.
  2. ^ Rossman, Allan (2011), "Interview with Jackie Dietz" (PDF), Journal of Statistics Education, 19 (2)
  3. ^ a b "Journal of Statistics Education website". American Statistical Association. Retrieved 2010-07-14.