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					SPSS AND LITERATURE REVIEW


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Article 1



COOPERATIVE TESTING IN THE MARKETING
 CLASSROOM

Faye S. Mclntyre, James L. Thomas, Jr. and
  Russell W. Jones
USAGE OF PAIRED T-TEST:

 comparing 2 groups of measurement
 evaluate the data before and after,on the
  same plot
 where the distribution is symmetric and
  continuous
 data between the 2 groups are in some
  way paired between the groups
OBJECTIVE

 Test whether cooperative testing offers many
  potential benefits to marketing instructors
  and students or not.
 Assess student perception of the cooperative
  testing

 HYPOTHESES:
H0: There is no significant difference in
 individual and group performance
 after Cooperative Learning.
Sample method and sample
size
 SAMPLE METHOD: Random sampling
 SAMPLE SIZE:5(Sections)
 EXPECTED OUTCOME:-The test led to
  higher exam scores
 The test also resulted in more positive
  attitude of the students towards instructor
  and the course
FINDINGS

 Cooperative testing technique resulted in a
    statistically significant improvement of
    students grades.
   Differences in grades were greater in public
    school
   Positive reaction as students responded
    favorably
   Perception of students in day and night
    classes differ significantly
   Students in the night classes were more
    inclined towards this approach.
Article 2

Education through multimedia among
  Agricultural Diploma school students: An
  impact study

 Ashok Ambalal Patel and Dharmendra D.
  Patel
  Anand Agricultural University, India
OBJECTIVE:

To measure the effectiveness of multi-media
  on gain and retention of knowledge of
  students

VARIABLES UNDER STUDY:
Level of knowledge, Retention.
HYPOTHESES

• H0:multi-media is not effective in enhancing and
  retaining the knowledge level of the students.
• H1:multi-media has positive effect on the
  knowledge base of the students.

       SAMPLE UNIT AND SAMPLE SIZE:
Sample unit-students in the 2nd year of the diploma
                       course
                 Sample size:66
        Procedure selected-interviewing
FINDINGS

 Multi-media results in increased
  knowledge of viewers
 Multi-media assists in the retention of the
  knowledge gained
 Multi-media plays an important role in
  generating knowledge
 Majority of the students possessed
  medium gain in knowledge by viewing.

				
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