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Publishing in the Statistics Education Research Journal. Robert C. delMas University of Minnesota Co-Editor Statistics Education Research Journal. 1. Overview of Webinar. What is SERJ? What is SERJ's mission? What does SERJ publish? Types of manuscripts & Topics of Interest
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Robert C. delMas
University of Minnesota
Statistics Education Research Journal
What is SERJ?
What is SERJ's mission?
What does SERJ publish?
Types of manuscripts & Topics of Interest
Submission & Review processes
Things that make it less likely that your manuscript will be published in SERJ
The mission of SERJ is to:
Encourage research activity in statistics education
Advance knowledge about students’ attitudes, conceptions, and difficulties as regards stochastic knowledge
Improve the teaching of statistics at all educational levels.
To achieve these aims, SERJ seeks to publish
SERJ seeks reports of (from Author guidelines):
Integrative and critical reviews of research literature
Analyses of research-based theoretical models and methodological approaches
Related to teaching, learning, understanding, or assessment regarding statistics and probability
nature related to the development, understanding, and improvement of stochastic knowledge
Research that examines factors & processes of a:
Manuscripts are sent to one of the Co-Editors:
READ THE AUTHOR GUIDELINES (authorguide.pdf)
The Author Guidelines provides detailed information about
Overview of journal policies and goals
Audiences and types of papers accepted for publication
Submission, refereeing, and publication processes
Manuscript preparation and formatting
Authors can download
A Word template file (serjtemplate.dot.doc)
Study is Not Appropriate for SERJ
Nothing New or Topic Not of Interest to Stat. Educ.
Lack of a Theoretical Framework for Design & Analysis
Validity & Reliability of Measurement Instruments - 1
Validity & Reliability of Measurement Instruments - 2
All or primarily anecdotal evidence (validity and generalizability)
Transcript analysis or ratings by one person (reliability and validity)
Referees and AE identify confounding factors (valid conclusions)
Learn about and apply valid methods of measurement design, qualitative methods, transcript analysis, inter-rater agreement
Carefully frame and design the study prior to conducting the study and gathering evidence – Anecdotal, post hoc observations useful for research ideas, but rarely represent sound research
Ask others to review plans
Bob delMas, Co-Editor (Regular issues)
Peter Petocz, Co-Editor (Special issues)