Metrics and Methods Used To Compare Student Performance Data in Chemistry Education Research Articles

-ACS Publication

Quasi-experiments are common in studies that estimate the effect of instructional interventions on student performance outcomes. In this type of research, the nature of the experimental design, the choice in assessment, the selection of comparison groups, and the statistical methods used to analyze the comparison data dictate the validity of causal inferences.

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