Book chapter

Ben-Zvi, D., Gil, E., & Apel, N. (2009). Creativity in learning to reason informally about statistical inference in primary school. In R. Leikin, A. Berman & B. Koichu (Eds.), Creativity in Mathematics and the Education of Gifted Students (pp. 325-344). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Papers in refereed Journals

Eyal, E. & Gil, E. (Accepted). Design patterns for teaching in academic settings in future learning spaces (FLS). British Journal of Educational Technology. [Equal contribution].

Franke, B., Plante, J.-F., Roscher, R., Lee, A., Smyth, C., Hatefi, A., Chen, F., Gil, E., Schwing, A., Selvitella, A., Hoffman, M. M., Grosse, R., Hendricks, D., & Reid. (2016). Statistical Inference, Learning and Models in Big Data. International Statistical Review, 84(3), 371-389.

Gil, E. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2011). Explanations and context in the emergence of students’ Informal Inferential Reasoning. Mathematical Thinking and Learning, 13(1) pp. 87-108.

Gil, E. & Gibbs, A. L. (2017). Promoting modelling and covariational reasoning among secondary school students in the context of Big Data. Statistics Education Research Journal, 16(2) pp. 163-189.

Papers in refereed conferences proceedings

Gil, E. & Gibbs, A. L. (2016, July). Introducing secondary school students to Big Data and its social impact: A study within an innovative learning environment. In J. Engel (Ed.), Promoting understanding of statistics about society. Proceedings of the Roundtable Conference of the International Association of Statistics Education (IASE), July 2016, Berlin, Germany.

Nachlieli, T., Mor, Y., Gil, E., & Kashtan, Y. (2019, February). Evolving discourse of practices for quality teaching in secondary school mathematics. Proceedings of the Eleventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME11), February 2019, Holland.

Papers in non-refereed conferences proceedings

 Apel, N., Gil, E., & Ben-Zvi, D. (2008, February). Using TinkerPlots to develop primary school students’ reasoning about informal statistical interface. In Y. Eshet, A. Caspi & N. Geri (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third Annual Chais Conference on Instructional Technologies Research, 1-6. The Open University of Israel, February 2008.

Ben-Zvi, D. & Gil, E. (2010, July). The role of context in the development of students’ informal inferential reasoning. In C. Reading (Ed.), Data and context in statistics education: Towards an evidence-based society. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS8, July, 2010), Ljubljana, Slovenia. Voorburg, The Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.

Ben-Zvi, D., Gil, E., & Apel, N. (2007, August). What is hidden beyond the data? Helping young students to reason and argue about some wider universe. In D. Pratt & J. Ainley (Eds.), Reasoning about Informal Inferential Statistical Reasoning: A collection of current research studies. Proceedings of the Fifth International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking, and Literacy (SRTL-5), University of Warwick, UK, August, 2007.

 
Gil, E. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2010, July). Emergence of reasoning about sampling among young students in the context of informal inferential reasoning. In C. Reading (Ed.), Data and context in statistics education: Towards an evidence-based society. Proceedings of the Eighth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS8), Ljubljana, Slovenia. Voorburg, The Netherlands: International Statistical Institute.
 
Gil, E. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2014). Long-term impact on students’ informal inferential reasoning. In K. Makar, R. Gould & M. Bulmer (Eds.), Sustainability in statistics education. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Teaching Statistics (ICOTS9, July, 2014), Flagstaff, Arizona, USA. Voorburg, The Netherlands: International Statistical Institute. (IASE excellence award for best paper by an early career author at ICOTS9).
 
Gil, E., Ben-Zvi, D., & Apel, N. (2008, February). Creativity in learning to reason informally about statistical inference in primary school. In Proceedings of The Fifth International Conference of Creativity in Mathematics and the Education of Gifted Students (CMEG5), (pp. 125-135). Haifa, Israel: CET – The Center for Educational Technology, Tel Aviv.
 
Gil, E., & Slotta, J. D. (2015). Knowledge Community and Inquiry about big data among high school students with Interactive Orchestrated Learning Space. In Lindwall, O., Häkkinen, P., Koschman, T. Tchounikine, P. & Ludvigsen, S. (Eds.), Exploring the Material Conditions of Learning: Proceedings of The Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) Conference 2015, Volume 2(pp. 767-768). Gothenburg, Sweden: The International Society of the Learning Sciences.

Papers presented (non-proceeding)

Eyal, L. & Gil, E. (2019, July). Design patterns for teaching and learning in the academia in Future Learning Spaces.  Paper to be presented at The Seventeenth MEITAL Conference: eLearning in higher education, Rabin Center, Tel Aviv [Hebrew].

Gil, E. (2018, October). Long term impact: Students’ inquiry through the lens of time. Joint Meeting of the EARLI Special Interest Groups 20 (Inquiry Learning) and 26 (Argumentation, Dialogue and Reasoning). Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Israel, 9-12 October 2018.

Gil, E. (2019, June). Teaching and Learning in Future Learning Spaces: An Exploration in a College of Education. The 7th international Conference on Teacher Education: The story of innovation in teacher education. Mofet Institute, Tel-Aviv, Israel, 24-26 June, 2019.

Gil, E., & Ben-Zvi, D. (2009, July). The role of explanations and context in informal inferential reasoning among sixth grade students. Paper presented at The Sixth International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking, and Literacy (SRTL-6), University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 10-16 July, 2009.

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Gil, E. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2011, July). Learning to reason about sample and sampling in the context of developing Informal Inferential Reasoning: A Longitudinal perspective. Presented at the Seventh International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking, and Literacy (SRTL7): “New approaches to developing reasoning about samples and sampling in informal statistical inference”, Texel Island, The Netherlands, 17-23 July, 2011. Texel Island: University of Utrecht.

 Gil, E., Ben – Zvi D. & Kupermintz, H. (2009). Design considerations in an online wiki-based course. Paper presented at The Seventh MEITAL Conference: eLearning in higher education, Shenkar College of Engineering and Design, Tel Aviv.

Gil, E., Mor, Y. (2017, May). Simulations models as part of teaching, learning and training in a college of education. Paper presented at The Second Ohalo Conference of Innovative Education, Ohalo College, Katzrin, Israel [Hebrew].

Gil, E., Mor, Y. (2017, June). Emergence of simulations models and their impact as part of course teachings. Paper presented at The Fifteen MEITAL Conference, Teaching and Learning Technologies Accelerating Higher Education, University of Haifa, Haifa [Hebrew].

Poster presented (non-proceeding)

Gil, E. (2007, July). Design considerations of research-based learning environment intended to develop six graders’ informal inferential reasoning. Poster presented at the Fifth International Research Forum on Statistical Reasoning, Thinking, and Literacy (SRTL5), University of Warwick, UK, 11-17 August, 2007. Coventry: University of Warwick.

Gil, E. & Ben-Zvi, D. (2011, February). Designing for emergent understanding: Random sampling. Poster presented at The Seventh Congress of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (CERME7): Stochastic Thinking (WG5), Rzeszów, Poland, February 9-13, 2011. Rzeszów: University of Rzeszów.

Unpublished dissertations

Gil, E. (2008). Developing informal inferential reasoning amongst young children in research-based learning environment. Unpublished thesis for Master’s degree, University of Haifa: Faculty of Education. [English abastract]

Gil, E. (2014). Long term impact of promoting informal inferential statistical reasoning in an inquiry-based and technology-rich learning environment. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Haifa, Haifa.

Reports

Ben-Zvi, D., Gil, E., & Levi, E. (2009). Integrating advanced learning and teaching technologies in the city of Nahariya schools, final report. In: “Educational vision” project in the education system in Nahariya, a summary report of the diagnostic phase (pp. 163-209). Haifa: Faculty of Education, University of Haifa (Hebrew).

Gil, E. (2019). Emergent simulation models for teaching and training in a college of education. A research report, Levinsky College of Education.

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