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Project Management Tools

by: Henriette Gleason

Project Management Tools EDIT 573

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Henriette Gleason on Monday September 28, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to EDIT 573 at George Mason University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 33 views. For similar materials see /class/215262/edit-573-george-mason-university in OTHER at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 09/28/15
Innovation and Risk The student evaluations can also be analyzed to obtain some information on the risks of making teaching innovations such as the modi ed instructional cycle Since student evaluations are used for tenure promotion and salary decisions the impact of innovation on student evaluations may pose a risk to the instructor This issue of risk was assessed with two types of analyses First the overall rating of this course was compared to the department college and university norms as well as the instructor s past history of course evaluations for this course The overage rating for this course was 406 N 28 on a 5point scale ranging from poor 1 to excellent 5 This mean overall evaluation was compared to the means for same question for the department 436 the college 425 and the university 426 The overall class rating is not signi cantly lower than any of these reference values t 28 156 097 and l02 respectively which are nonsigni cant differences Since this instructor typically had course evaluations at or above the department and college means the overall class evaluation is also slightly lower than his typical evaluation Given the variability in the class evaluations across students and the limited sample size the safest conclusion for the overall ratings is that the innovation did not appear to make a strong negative impact on course evaluations although it may have had a slight negative impact The second analysis to evaluate the risk of innovation was to compare the qualitative student evaluations of the selfassessments and online quizzes with their nal course evaluations If student positive or negative reactions to innovation would strongly color their evaluations of the course this potentially poses a risk to the instructor To examine this issue the student positive neutral or negative reactions to self assessments and online quizzes were used to predict each of siX class evaluation items None of the siX analyses even approached statistical signi cance One nal analysis was to condense the siX class


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