Econometric Assessment of ‘One Minute’ Paper as a Pedagogic Tool

Amaresh Das

Abstract


This paper makes an econometric testing of one-minute paper used as a tool to manage and assess instruction in my statistics class. One of our findings is that the one minute paper when I have tested it by using an OLS estimate in a controlled Vs experimental design framework is found to statistically significant and effective in enhancing students’ knowledge. It is found to be equally effective when I have tested it by using a seemingly unrelated regression that allows the error terms to be correlated across separate but related regressions. This is irrespective of students’ ability levels as is measured by GPA in both cases.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ies.v3n1p17

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