RoSE Network

Researchers of Statistics Education

The Researchers of Statistics Education (RoSE) Network is an informal group for anyone researching (or interested in researching) topics related to the teaching, learning, & application of statistics and research methods. We also welcome those that are interested in applying research from this field to their own statistics classrooms.

Examples of our members’ research interests include statistics pedagogy, the understanding and application of statistical concepts and tools, the role of attitudes and emotions on statistical comprehension, and the measures and methods used to research statistics education.

We offer an online space (Slack) to connect with others with similar research interests and we facilitate virtual lab meetings, talks, journal clubs, and generally keep one another up to date with relevant news and events.

There are now over 70 members in our Slack group, respresenting a range of disciplines (e.g. psychology, statistics, math education) and career stages (from postgraduate to Professor).

If you’d like to join or have any questions, please contact me.


  • University of Sussex, Brighton, Sussex, BN1 9RH