Feedback Response Lab

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Stephanie Warner PHS 184 LAB C Ms. Jessica Russel 2 April 2007 Feedback Response Lab 1. Means for each student: No Feedback: General Feedback: Specific Feedback: Student 1: 4.83 inches Student 5: 5.81 inches Student 9: 5.94 in. Student 2: 3.69 inches Student 6: 5.78 inches Student 10: 6.13 in. Student 3: 4.73 inches Student 7: 5.63 inches Student 11: 5.44 in. Student 4: 3.1 inches Student 8: 6.19 inches Student 12: 6.44 in. 2. Means for each group: No Feedback: 5.28 inches General Feedback: 5.85 inches Specific Feedback: 5.98 inches 3. Leaning Curve for each Each Student 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 Students Lenght of Line Drawn (inches) No Feedback General Feedback Specific Feedback
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Warner 2 Mean Values for Each Feedback Group 4.8 5 5.2 5.4 5.6 5.8 6 6.2 No Feedback General Feedback Specific Feedback Stimulus Length of Line Drawn (inches) 4. a. The hypotheses for this study was that as the students were to get more feedback then they would be closer to drawing a line exactly 6 inches long. b. The hypothesis was consistent with the results. This is because the no feedback
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Unformatted text preview: group had line average of 5.28 inches, the general feedback group had an average of 5.85 inches, and the specific feedback group had an average of 5.98 inches. This shows that as the students were given more feedback than the students in the group before them, they were able to draw lines closer to the correct length. c. We were able to get an accurate test of the hypothesis. I think this because we had an even number of people in each group and tested them enough times to get an accurate showing. Also our results were very consistent with the hypothesis. The only thing I can think of that might be a better way to test this hypothesis is have the same students go through each feedback group, so then you have a learning curve for each student. This would show if the feedback actually contributed to the student’s learning....
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