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Copy of Experimental Designs for Research in Education

Presentation for EDFI 6420: Research in EducationThis presentation gives a brief overview about experimental designs for research. It covers what experimental designs are, when to use them, characteristics of an experiment, and factors to keep in mind wh
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lena Wilson

on 16 April 2010

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TROJAN WATCH! ................1900.........................1925..............................1950.................................1975.............................2000..................... Psychological experiments Procedure for comparing groups (McCall) Statistical Advancement
e.g. Chi-square & significance of difference Campbell and Stanley identify 15 types of experimental designs 1963 Types of basic designs and threats elaborated upon 1979 Experimental Design Timeline More complex and sophistocated experiments, involving many variables hello Trojan Watch Transportation What is trojan watch Jennie? USC and its Community blah blah blah blah What is it? How does it work? When do we use it? 1. 2. 3. 4. We use it when>>>> Violence Interventions GAPS History Maturation Regression Selection Mortality Interaction with selection Diffusion of treatments Compensatory equalization Compensatory rivalry Resentful demoralization Testing Instrumentation Interaction of selection and treatment Interaction of setting and treatment Interaction of history and treatment The degree to which the findings are generalizable to a population Problems that threaten our ability to draw correct cause-and-effect inferences that arise because of our procedures or participant experiences Parties Problems that parties create GAPS: INTERVENTIONS: RESULTS: -GAP 1
-GAP 2
-GAP 3 Alcohol Brief explination of alcohol and why it is an issue GAPS -ONE GAP
-TWO GAP
-THREE GAP RESULTS With the following intervention, these will be the results Similar: Age Gender Racial Group GPA Degree Program Thus, this will be the result INTERVENTIONS Intervention blah blah intervention 1 Intervention 2 1. 2. Specifically bike transportation in and around campus. The community expressed concern regarding the safty of bike riders and pedestrians Not enough biker signage
Reckless student biking behavior
Accidents GAPS Interventions Biker 101
Mandatory/Inforced bike registration
More designated bike routes
More signage Housing Issue Gaps Interventions 1. 2. 3. -What is the issue? -Gaps in housing -A couple interventions EDHP 565
Intervention Strategies
Ginelle Perez
Lisha Maddox
Jennifer Craig
Eva Hinojoza
Lena Wilson
3. intervention 3 -intervention1
-intervention 2
-intervention 3 -the resutls will be...
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