12 Jun 2018

@shklinkenberg

Wetenschappelijk & Statistisch Redeneren

Course specific goals

- Statistical test selection
- Performing analysis with SPSS
- Interpreting SPSS output
- Manipulating data in SPSS
- Formula understanding using R

- Conceptual understanding
- NHST
- Test statistics

- Correlation
- Regression
- Simple
- Multiple
- Mediation
- Moderation

- ANOVA
- Independent one-way
- Independent factorial
- Repeated one-way
- Repeated factorial
- Mixed design

- ANCOVA
- MANOVA
- PCA / Cronbach's alpha
- Non parametric tests
- Bayes
- Binomial test
- Independent T-test

- Lectures
- WG: Tutorials
- WO: Weekly digital assignments
- VO: Tutorial preparation
- BO: Argumentation assignment
- DT: Interim Assessments

\[\text{grade} = .8 \overline{DT} + .2 \overline{BO} - WG - WO - VO\]

missed | WG | WO | VO |
---|---|---|---|

1x | 0 | 0 | 0 |

2x | 0,5 | 0,25 | 0,25 |

3x | 1,5 | 0,5 | 0,5 |

4x | 3 | 1 | 1 |

5x | NAV | 2 | 2 |

>5 | NAV | NAV | NAV |

- Block I: Toolbox Scientific and Statistical Reasoning
- Block II: Analysing and evaluating Psychological research
- Block III: Reasoning about Psychological constructs
- Block IV: Science in motion

- Cases with instructional videos
- Didactical progression
- No points, only scaled reduction for not putting in effort
- Reflection is needed

Lets have a look at

the Assignments

in TestVision

- Tag items
- Reports on tags
- For teachers
- For students

The tutorals are focused on the hard parts of the assignments and lectures.

Our tutors scan the weekly assignments to determine if their students have put in effort.

Students can walk in at our open office hours for specific problems.

We have a facebook group where students can post questions.

We invite all students with a fail on the first interim assesment and organise a remediation session to address the issues.

- About 350 students
- Digital assessment
- Return score
- Provide feedback on learning material
- Provide feedback on learning goals