AbstractTeaching materials on quantitative analysis are often stereotyped as "dry," "boring," "difficult" or even "intimidating" by some undergraduate students. To make entry level descriptive statistics more approachable to those students, this assignment uses "down-to-earth" real-life examples with a hint of humor in teaching and learning of mean average,...
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- College 200
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Learning Goals and Assessments
- To be familiar with the concepts of mean, standard deviation, and confidence interval applied in real-life social situations and questions.
- To learn to calculate mean, standard deviation, and confidence interval for hypothetical data using Microsoft Excel.
- To make "empirically correct" decisions in everyday problem-solving situations based on simple quantitative analyses.
- How appropriately students respond to Questions A1, B1, and C1 on the assignment sheet.
- How appropriately students respond to Questions, A2, B2, and C2 on the assignment sheet.
- How appropriately students respond to the Questions B3 and C3 on the assignment sheet.