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For each course, give the course number, the course name, and a brief description (e. g., Calculus-based, mostly engineering students, etc.), then provide out the following information for each semester the course is offered:

Quarter

SP 2013

Assmt.

Number of sections taught*

Number of matched students**

Pre-test

average (%)

Post-test average (%)

Average normlizd gain g***

Standard error of g****

SP2013

FCI- Total

5

132

35%

45%

16%

1%

SP2013

FCI- Traditional

5

132

35%

45%

16%

1%

SP2013

FCI- Reformed

0

0

0

0

0

0

SP2014

FCI- Total

2

62

36%

53%

26%

 

SP2014

FCI- Traditional

0

0

0

0

0

 

SP2014

FCI- Reformed

2

62

36%

53%

26%

 

Number of student took FCI pretest= 280

Number of students took FCI posttest = 165

The above data was collected in Spring 2013 quarter when none of the PHY 131 sections lecture was taught in reform format.

Quarter

SP 2013

Assessment

Number of sections taught*

Number of matched students**

Pre-test

average (%)

Post-test average (%)

Average normalized gain g***

Standard error of g****

SP2013

CSEM - Total

3

153

25%

45%

26%

1%

SP2013

CSEM - Traditional

1

22

31%

40%

14%

2%

SP2013

CSEM - Reformed

2

131

24%

46%

28%

1%

SP2014

CSEM - Total

4

119

30%

45%

20%

2%

SP2014

CSEM - Traditional

2

34

29%

39%

14%

3%

SP2014

CSEM - Reformed

2

85

31%

47%

23%

2%

Number of student took CSEM pretest= 249, 198

Number of students took CSEM posttest = 180, 138

*If multiple sections of a course are taught by different instructors in a particular semester, please separate assessment data from sections taught by instructors who employ reformed or interactive curriculum and teaching methods and data from sections taught by instructors who employ traditional curriculum and teaching methods.

**If possible, calculate average scores only from students whose pre-tests and post-tests can be matched.

***Use the following formula to calculate the average normalize gain for matched pre- and post-test pairs:

Average normalized gain g =