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Effects of a Simulation on Exam Scores and Teaching Evaluation Results
Unformatted Document Text:  i The weight of exams and responses to reading assignments in the final grade for the course was reduced for sections that participated in the simulation; for example, in the fall 2007 semester, the final grade for students enrolled in the section of the course that did not participate in the simulation was calculated according to the following components: Case study annotated bibliography5 percentCase study outline5 percentCase study essay10 percentAnalytical reading presentations5 percentParticipation in class discussion5 percentReading assignment responses25 percentThree exams45 percent The final grade for students enrolled in the fall 2007 sections of the course that did participate in the simulation was calculated as follows: Case study annotated bibliography5 percentCase study outline5 percentCase study essay10 percentCrisis simulation background paper5 percentCrisis simulation assessment5 percentCrisis simulation essay10 percentAnalytical reading presentations5 percentParticipation in class discussion5 percentReading assignment responses20 percentThree exams30 percent ii   Sections of this international relations course are taught by different instructors; some sections participated in the simulation while others did not.

Authors: Raymond, Chad.
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The weight of exams and responses to reading assignments in the final grade for the course was
reduced for sections that participated in the simulation; for example, in the fall 2007 semester, the final
grade for students enrolled in the section of the course that did not participate in the simulation was
calculated according to the following components:
Case study annotated bibliography5 percentCase study outline5 percentCase study essay10
percentAnalytical reading presentations5 percentParticipation in class discussion5 percentReading
assignment responses25 percentThree exams45 percent
The final grade for students enrolled in the fall 2007 sections of the course that did participate in the
simulation was calculated as follows:
Case study annotated bibliography5 percentCase study outline5 percentCase study essay10
percentCrisis simulation background paper5 percentCrisis simulation assessment5 percentCrisis
simulation essay10 percentAnalytical reading presentations5 percentParticipation in class discussion5
percentReading assignment responses20 percentThree exams30 percent
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Sections of this international relations course are taught by different instructors; some sections
participated in the simulation while others did not.


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