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Replies: 1   Last Post: Aug 6, 2012 11:49 AM

 Dr. Eugene D. Gallagher Posts: 132 Registered: 12/3/04
Posted: Aug 6, 2012 11:49 AM

One approach might be to conduct "Just in Time" surveys on the assigned
on a course website a list of 3 items from the readings that they would
internet access, have them provide the 3 items on a note card handed in
at the start of class. Then, quickly scan the JIT surveys and modify the
class to teach those topics or lead a class discussion of those topics.
Now, what about cheating? What if a student asks a neighbor in the
hallway outside of class, what should I list for today's JIT survey and
the neighbor says, "the difference between a paired and independent
samples t test"? It would be very easy to detect such a student abusing
the system by looking at the card or web posting of a suspected abuser
and asking, "John, tell us about the paired t test example from the text
and what you found confusing about it."

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From: Bob [mailto:bob@statland.org]
Sent: Sunday, August 05, 2012 11:49 AM
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lecture, so I was always hesitant to test on content gained only from
reading. Instead I gave trivia quizzes only to get students to TRY to
used as its main example

a. heights of Air Force recruits
b. speeds of cars on Triphammer Road
c. lifespans of washing machines
d. home run records for the National League"

Of course you have to be unpredictable so students don't just ask one
another what the main example was about between classes.

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