Sept 28 class notes
Sept 28 class notes HTW 402
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Date Created: 09/30/15
92815 EvaluationResearch Desidn Notation Observations or Measures symbolized by an O in design notation can use subscripts Groups Each group in a design is given its own line in the design structure If the design notation has 3 lines there are 3 groups in the design Assidnment to Grout Assignment to group is designated by a letter at the beginning of each line that describes how the group was assigned R random assignment N nonequivalent groups C assignment by cutoff Time Time moves left to r randomized treatment V lb lldllluu lll denigrmrwu U560 2 groups 1 IS control group me yes no is there a control group or multiple measures yes no Posttest Olnly Randomized Experiment PlretzestPosttest Nonequilvallent Groups treatment group and Q UHSi EX periment control group Posttest Only N D eEX pe rli m en t Program What on do fWhat ou see y altern atilre y cause alternative CEIU SE Internal Validity The key question in internal validity is whether observed changes can be attributed to your policy program or intervention and not to other possible causes Whether the intervention makes a diff or not and whether there is sufficient evidence to support the claim
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