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Effects of a Simulation on Exam Scores and Teaching Evaluation Results
Unformatted Document Text:  All Semesters N Mean Score Exam 2 Mean Score Exam 3 Change In Mean Score In Simulation 90 77.2 77.8 0.6 Not In Simulation 83 72.0 72.5 0.5 Difference In Mean Scores 5.2 5.3 0.1 Figure 3: Aggregate Exam Scores for All Semesters To summarize, in the fall 2006 semester, simulation participants had a higher mean score on the third exam than students who did not participate in the simulation. Conversely, for the fall 2007 semester, students who did not participate in the simulation had a higher mean score on the third exam. When data for all three semesters are aggregated, simulation participants scored higher on both the second and third exams than the students who did not participate in the simulation, but the small size of the sample and the fact that the second exam always occurred prior to the simulation brings the reliability of this result into serious question.

Authors: Raymond, Chad.
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All Semesters
N Mean Score
Exam 2
Mean Score
Exam 3
Change In
Mean Score
In Simulation
9
0
77.2
77.8
0.6
Not In Simulation
8
3
72.0
72.5
0.5
Difference In
Mean Scores
5.2
5.3
0.1
Figure 3: Aggregate Exam Scores for All Semesters
To summarize, in the fall 2006 semester, simulation participants had a higher mean score
on the third exam than students who did not participate in the simulation. Conversely, for the
fall 2007 semester, students who did not participate in the simulation had a higher mean score on
the third exam. When data for all three semesters are aggregated, simulation participants scored
higher on both the second and third exams than the students who did not participate in the
simulation, but the small size of the sample and the fact that the second exam always occurred
prior to the simulation brings the reliability of this result into serious question.


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