Stephanie Casey describes her path from a mathematics teacher to a statistics teacher to a teacher educator who teaches people to teach statistics. She provides some helpful distinctions between mathematics and statistics, and shares the details about some projects she is working on. She reminds us that statistics involves numbers in a context, and recommends that people who teach statistics get familiar with statistics standards and get up-to-date with technology. Furthermore, she encourages the use of large data sets with multiple variables, and the use of simulation-based inference.
Here are links to some of the projects Stephanie mentioned.
ESTEEM: Enhancing Statistics Teacher Education with E-Modules
MODULE(S2): Mathematics of Doing Understanding Learning and Educating for Secondary Schools
CODAP: Common Online Data Analysis Platform