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Partner with Pearson on an educator study

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2-Aug-2016

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Are you being asked to report on learner outcomes? Implementing a redesign? Wondering what impact your Pearson digital solution is having on program goals? Pearson wants to partner with you. Your results—and the best practices you used to achieve them—can be helpful and inspiring to your peers.

Business, IT and Career White Paper, Fall 2015

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10-Feb-2016

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Fall 2015 White Paper comprised of 22 new case studies organized by model: Student Engagement, Active Learning/Adaptive Learning, Flipped Classroom, Fully Online.

MyFinanceLab Case Study

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Karen Hallows
University of Maryland, College Park

4-Feb-2016

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Data indicate a strong positive correlation exists between average MyFinanceLab quiz scores and both average MyFinanceLab homework scores and average Learning Catalytics scores. In addition, students who showed content mastery by earning an A, B, or C average quiz grade earned Learning Catalytics scores 30 percent higher than students who earned a D or F average quiz grade. Also, students who completed an optional Knewton Adaptive Study Plan with more than the average number of points earned average exam grades 11 percent higher than students who earned fewer points in the Study Plan.

MyFinanceLab Case Study

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Rodrigo Hernandez
Radford University

4-Feb-2016

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Data show strong positive correlations between MyFinanceLab homework scores and MyFinanceLab quiz scores and between average quiz scores and average exam scores. In addition, students who complete all or most MyFinanceLab homework earn higher average quiz, exam, and final course grades than do students who routinely skip MyFinanceLab homework.

MyFinanceLab Case Study

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11-Dec-2015

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In this blended, flipped classroom, students who completed most MyFinanceLab assignments earned final course grades that were 13 percentage points higher than students who skipped two or more assignments. For every missing My FinanceLab homework assignment, data show an average drop of four percent in the final course grade earned.

2015 Flipped Learning White Paper

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8-Dec-2015

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This white paper includes 6 implementation and results case studies in which a Flipped Learning model is being used successfully by instructors in a variety of disciplines utilizing MyLab, Mastering or REVEL.

MyFinanceLab Case Study

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John Adams
University of Texas at Arlington

18-Sep-2015

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Data show strong positive correlations between average MyFinanceLab homework scores and both average Learning Catalytics and average Dynamic Study Module grades. Also, students who earned higher average Learning Catalytics and Dynamic Study Module grades scored higher average exam scores.

MyFinanceLab Case Study

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Ann Marie Klingenhagen
DePaul University

17-Aug-2015

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Students who earned higher MyFinanceLab quiz scores and completed all MyFinanceLab assignments had higher average exam scores than students with lower MyFinanceLab quiz scores. Data also show a strong positive correlation between average MyFinanceLab quiz scores and final course grades.

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Sueann Hely
West Kentucky Community and Technical College

6-Aug-2015

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Students who complete all or most MyFinanceLab homework assignments earn average exam scores and final course grades that are 40–50 percent higher than those of students who skip homework assignments. In addition, data show a very strong positive correlation between MyFinanceLab homework assignments and average exam scores, where r = .75.

Business and IT White Paper 2014

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8-Dec-2014

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