Educational outcomes of graduate and undergraduate students who completed e-courses in mathematical methods in psychological and educational researches
These are databases of a quasi-experimental study by Marina G. Sorokova, conducted at the Moscow State University of Psychology & Education (MSUPE) in the fall semester of 2019 and the spring semester of 2020. The educational outcomes of students who completed e-courses in mathematical methods in psychological and educational researches according to the "flipped classroom'' approach are presented. The study aims to check the differences between graduate and undergraduate students in the educational results and knowledge retention The same tendency was revealed in students of both groups: pretest points are low, posttest points significantly and strongly increase, and then after 1.5 - 4 months they significantly decrease, while remaining significantly higher than the input results. No differences between students of both groups in the pretest indicators, posttest indicators, general e-course indicators and knowledge retention were revealed. Effect sizes are not significant.
Steps to reproduce
To reproduce such an experiment, one should: 1. develop e-courses for graduate and undergraduate students in any other subjects. 2. Develop students' academic achievements test. Course content and competencies verified by the test should be comparable in both groups. 3. Evaluate and compare the educational outcomes and knowledge retention in a few months in both groups.