Data for: The Co-Creative Approach to Digital Simulation in Social Science Education

Published: 31-03-2020| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/d8wzw7gjkb.1
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Anna Sanina

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The dataset and R codes developed for the study of the Co-Creative Approach to Digital Simulation in Social Science Education The participants of this study comprised 253 first-year master’s students studying Public Sector Economics. First, all 253 students passed the pretest evaluation consisting of 30 multiple-choice questions. The purpose of the pretest was to assess students’ knowledge about public finance issues as a central part of the Public Sector Economics class. Before the final examination, students of the A and B groups were trained with the new version of the computer simulator that partly used students’ developments but was changed by the course instructors. At the end of the game, students got calculated percentages of correctly solved cases. At the end of the course, all 253 students passed the examination test consisting of 30 multiple-choice questions similar to the pretest questions. Results of the exam were the post-test step of the experiment. After that, students of all groups were asked to answer the feedback questionnaire concerning the evaluation of the course. All 253 students completed the survey questionnaires.

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