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Psychological Statistics Teaching Styles Correlation to CA Increased District Funding Written Analysis Of Spss 17.0 2way Anova 04262010.Xls B6260200

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  • 1. Susan GendronPsy 210:M6:A2Topic: Analyzing with ANOVA (two-way ANOVA) GRADE: 100/100 Points/Argosy University Course: Psych 4/26/2010As school psycologist in a classsroom setting, my focus is to determne the effect that five teachingstyles have on three types of learning activities. This being the case, in this scenario, the independentvariables comprise of five different sections pertaining to five different styles of teaching offering acomparison and correlation with three different types of learning activities (Group A, B and C).The treatment group will address two sample populations for each style of teaching.This method entails utilization of the (f) test "which is the mean square for each main effect andthe interaction effect divided by the within variance." (Argosy, 2010). Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Style 1 Style 2 Style 3 Style 4 Style 5Learning 106, 110 95, 100 94, 107 103, 104 100, 102ActivityALearning 110, 102 98, 99 100, 101 108, 112 105, 107ActivityBLearning 94, 97 86, 87 98, 99 99, 101 94, 98ActivityCAssignment questions completed:The independent variables are the five different sections (five different Teaching Styles 1 thru 5 inclusively.)Whereas, the dependent variables are the three different groups of Learning Activity (Groups A, B, and C)Measurement instrument: is utilization of a Two-way ANOVA via SPSS methodology,charts, and graphics.An appropriate null hypothesis would state there are no significant statistical differences from any events,occurrences, or chances between the five different styles of teaching and the three different groups oflearning activities. (Groups A, B, and C) Whereas, the experimental hypothesis demonstrates significantdifferences between (Style /2) with low test scores at 95 in reference to the effects measured by utilizing Teaching Style (2) veThe confidence level is .05 or equivalent to 95%The (f) values using the above chart raw data are as follows:1) Teaching = 12.393 (Large (f) value and very significant based on .05 Sig level2) Activity = 28.283 (Large (f) value and also very significant based on .05 Sig level for three Groups of Learning Activities A,3) When combining Teaching and Activity: (f) value = 1.993 which exceeded .05 or 95% Confidence level (Significant)(f) values are best defined as "the mean square for each main effect and the interaction effect divided by the within variance" (*Please Reference SPSS "Tests of Between Subjects Effects" File Name: Teaching_2Way ANOVA OUTPUT 04272010.Conclusions:It was determined that Teaching Style (2) when compared to Learning Activity C (or (3) in SPSS lacked appropriate eff
  • 2. and this particular instructor may wish to avoid its use as this would take its toll with decline in local District School Federal andtoward this particular School District. (I.e. If Style (2) had been applied to students via Learning Activity (3) at local Sait may result in decreased disbursements of state and federal grant monies to benefit the students at Balboa.Comparatively, if Balboa School might prefer to utilize Styles (1) with Learning Activity (A) or (listed in SPSS as Learning Activyield higher proof of test scores and demonstrate a more positive interaction (Refer to line graphs for Teaching versus Activitya comparison of all styles (5) of teaching in relation to the effect of the various Learning Activities (Groups A, B, and C) or (SPSwith Act (Activity 1 and 2 revealing higher margins of test score results than Style (2) with Learning Activity (3).Therefore, these results are statistically significant with high (f) values listed above and on SPSS Chart: Labeled: Tests of BThe error result: = 136 with a degree of freedom at 15. Prof. Greiner: Please Reference my SPSS File Name for Tables simiThe Mean square = 9.067 (Ref: SPSS File for Two-way ANOVA)NOTE: Prof. Jay Greiner: Please disregard name on File in C Drive: as this laptop belongs to J. J. Martinez but I canperformed all work on this database for this [Module 6: Assignment2] assignment today. to save it somehow and sel I hadSusan GendronPsy 210:M6:A2Topic: Analyzing with ANOVA (two-way ANOVA) 4/26/2010As school psycologist in a classsroom setting, my focus is to determne the effect that five teachingstyles have on three types of learning activities. This being the case, in this scenario, the independentvariables comprise of five different sections pertaining to five different styles of teaching offering acomparison and correlation with three different types of learning activities (Group A, B and C).The treatment group will address two sample populations for each style of teaching.This method entails utilization of the (f) test "which is the mean square for each main effect andthe interaction effect divided by the within variance." (Argosy, 2010). Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Teaching Style 1 Style 2 Style 3 Style 4 Style 5Learning 106, 110 95, 100 94, 107 103, 104 100, 102ActivityALearning 110, 102 98, 99 100, 101 108, 112 105, 107ActivityBLearning 94, 97 86, 87 98, 99 99, 101 94, 98ActivityC
  • 3. Assignment questions completed:The independent variables are the five different sections (five different Teaching Styles 1 thru 5 inclusively.)Whereas, the dependent variables are the three different groups of Learning Activity (Groups A, B, and C)Measurement instrument: is utilization of a Two-way ANOVA via SPSS methodology,charts, and graphics.An appropriate null hypothesis would state there are no significant statistical differences from any events,occurrences, or chances between the five different styles of teaching and the three different groups oflearning activities. (Groups A, B, and C) Whereas, the experimental hypothesis demonstrates significantdifferences between (Style /2) with low test scores at 95 in reference to the effects measured by utilizing Teaching Style (2) veThe confidence level is .05 or equivalent to 95%The (f) values using the above chart raw data are as follows:1) Teaching = 12.393 (Large (f) value and very significant based on .05 Sig level2) Activity = 28.283 (Large (f) value and also very significant based on .05 Sig level for three Groups of Learning Activities A,3) When combining Teaching and Activity: (f) value = 1.993 which exceeded .05 or 95% Confidence level (Significant)(f) values are best defined as "the mean square for each main effect and the interaction effect divided by the within variance" (*Please Reference SPSS "Tests of Between Subjects Effects" File Name: Teaching_2Way ANOVA OUTPUT 04272010.Conclusions:It was determined that Teaching Style (2) when compared to Learning Activity C (or (3) in SPSS lacked appropriate effand this particular instructor may wish to avoid its use as this would take its toll with decline in local District School Federal andtoward this particular School District. (I.e. If Style (2) had been applied to students via Learning Activity (3) at local Sait may result in decreased disbursements of state and federal grant monies to benefit the students at Balboa.Comparatively, if Balboa School might prefer to utilize Styles (1) with Learning Activity (A) or (listed in SPSS as Learning Activyield higher proof of test scores and demonstrate a more positive interaction (Refer to line graphs for Teaching versus Activitya comparison of all styles (5) of teaching in relation to the effect of the various Learning Activities (Groups A, B, and C) or (SPSwith Act (Activity 1 and 2 revealing higher margins of test score results than Style (2) with Learning Activity (3).Therefore, these results are statistically significant with high (f) values listed above and on SPSS Chart: Labeled: Tests of BThe error result: = 136 with a degree of freedom at 15. Prof. Greiner: Please Reference my SPSS File Name for Tables simiThe Mean square = 9.067 (Ref: SPSS File for Two-way ANOVA)NOTE: Prof. Jay Greiner: Please disregard name on File in C Drive: as this laptop belongs to J. J. Martinez but I canperformed all work on this database for this [Module 6: Assignment2] assignment today. to save it somehow and sel I had
  • 4. University Course: Psychological Statistics 210nd graphics.zing Teaching Style (2) versus higher scores with Teaching Styles (1) and (4) Ref. SPSS Numeric values. of 112 for luesps of Learning Activities A, B, C (or listed in SPSS as Group 1,2,3).dence level (Significant).d by the within variance" (Argosy, 2010)OVA OUTPUT 04272010.spv(Document) (2) /Statistic Viewer (Attachment file)S lacked appropriate efficacy with test scores
  • 5. District School Federal and/or State Grant Disbursementsng Activity (3) at local San Diego, CA based Balboa Schooln SPSS as Learning Activity (1) because it would Teaching versus Activity and third graph offering oups A, B, and C) or (SPSS Listed as Groups 1,2, or 3).art: Labeled: Tests of Between Subjects EffectsFile Name for Tables similar to Excel ANOVA Model you had listed for students: (All Numeric Values) computed and listed by mo J. J. Martinez but I can assure you that I actuallysave it somehow and selected C: Drive.
  • 6. nd graphics.zing Teaching Style (2) versus higher scores with Teaching Styles (1) and (4) Ref. SPSS Numeric values. of 112 for luesps of Learning Activities A, B, C (or listed in SPSS as Group 1,2,3).dence level (Significant).d by the within variance" (Argosy, 2010)OVA OUTPUT 04272010.spv(Document) (2) /Statistic Viewer (Attachment file) S lacked appropriate efficacy with test scoresDistrict School Federal and/or State Grant Disbursementsng Activity (3) at local San Diego, CA based Balboa Schooln SPSS as Learning Activity (1) because it would Teaching versus Activity and third graph offering oups A, B, and C) or (SPSS Listed as Groups 1,2, or 3).art: Labeled: Tests of Between Subjects EffectsFile Name for Tables similar to Excel ANOVA Model you had listed for students: (All Numeric Values) computed and listed by mo J. J. Martinez but I can assure you that I actuallysave it somehow and selected C: Drive.
  • 7. computed and listed by me.
  • 8. computed and listed by me.