Carmen Batanero

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Carmen Batanero
Academic background
EducationDoctorate in Mathematics
Alma materUniversity of Granada
Academic work
DisciplineStatistics, Mathematics

Carmen Batanero is a Spanish statistics educator, and a Senior Lecturer in the Mathematics Department at the University of Granada, Spain.[1] She is known as an advocate for statistics education.[2] Batanero is a lifetime member of the International Association for Statistical Education, and served as the association's president from 2001 to 2003.[3] She has co-authored many scholarly articles in the fields of mathematics and statistics education over the past two decades, and is credited on two statistics textbooks.[4] Her contributions rank her as one of the most influential researchers at her institution.[5] Dr. Batanero obtained her doctorate from the University of Granada in 1983, with the thesis paper Modelos de choque y exposición intermitente a riesgo de fallo.[6]


Batanero, Carmen; Burrill, Gail; Reading, Chris (2011). Teaching Statistics in School Mathematics-Challenges for Teaching and Teacher Education. Springer. ISBN 978-94-007-1131-0.

Batanero, Carmen; Borovcnik, Manfred (2016). Statistics and Probability in High School. Sense Publishers. ISBN 978-94-630-0623-1.


  1. ^ "University of Granada Staff".
  2. ^ Jiménez, Javier (2016-05-03). "Por qué la estadística es la gran asignatura del siglo XXI". Xataka (in Spanish). Retrieved 2021-12-28.
  3. ^ "IASE Executive Committee".
  4. ^ "ORCID Researcher Database".
  5. ^ "Los investigadores con más prestigio de la UGR". Ideal (in European Spanish). 2015-01-21. Retrieved 2021-12-28.
  6. ^ Fundación Dialnet: Modelos de choque y exposición intermitente a riesgo de fallo (Thesis). Universidad de Granada. 1983.