This course focuses on the basic statistical methods: how to collect data, how to draw graphs, and statistical inference.
The goal of this course is to master the basic techniques of statistics often used in the areas of education and psychology.
Introductory and intermediate statistics
|✔ Specialist skills||Intercultural skills||Communication skills||Critical thinking skills||✔ Practical and/or problem-solving skills|
The instructor will mainly give lectures in class. Exercises using software R will be provided in LAT.A403: Practices for Psychological and Educational Measurement A.
|Course schedule||Required learning|
|Class 2||Basic Statistics, Correlation, Regression||Master the definition of basic statistics.|
|Class 3||Introduction to statistical inference||Master the idea of statistical inference.|
|Class 4||Inference on the population mean.||Null hypothesis|
|Class 5||Inference on the two population means.||Test of the difference of the means.|
|Class 6||Inference on several population means||One way ANOVA|
|Class 7||Analysis of variance||Two way ANOVA|
Handouts will be provided.
Introduced when necessary.