Mathematical Thinking on Probability

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Total text length is 20,676 characters (approximately 14.3 pages).

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The beginning:
Mathematical Thinking on Probability
One page outline
Introduction
The mathematical thinking process as defined in the Ontario math curriculum (with focus on probability)
How students in grades 4-8 learn, view and understand probability (subjectively and objectively)
Different teaching techniques that can be used to teach probability
Probability and the mathematical thinking process behind how students in primary/junior level school understand, interpret and how different learners and students learn probability (focus on key themes and historical developments)
Theoretical framework (1 or 2 theorists)
Pros and cons vis-à-vis how learners learn and how to teach probability
Questioning assumptions in the scholarly materials
Conclusions...
The end:
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