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MyMedicalTerminologyLab educator study examines impact of Dynamic Study Modules on course succes

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Bob Fanger
Del Mar College

30-Sep-2016

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After adding Dynamic Study Modules as a required component to MyMedicalTerminologyLab, weekly assignments, average quiz, final exam, and final course grades increased substantially. Students who completed all MyMedicalTerminologyLab homework assignments had average quiz scores 11 percentage points higher than students who skipped at least one MyMedicalTerminologyLab assignment and average final exam scores 8 percentage points higher.

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.

MyMedicalTerminologyLab Case Study

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Angela Ambrosia
Rio Salado College

11-Dec-2015

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Data for this course show a strong positive correlation between average MyMedicalTerminologyLab homework grades and average MyMedicalTerminologyLab exam review quiz grades, as well as a strong positive correlation between average MyMedicalTerminologyLab exam review quiz grades and average MyMedicalTerminologyLab chapter exam grades.

MyMedicalTerminologyLab Case Study

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Kelli Wehr
Zane State College

29-Sep-2015

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Data show a strong positive correlation between MyMedicalTerminologyLab homework scores and quiz, exam, and course grades. Students who completed all or most MyMedicalTerminologyLab assignments achieved 40 percent higher quiz grades and 23 percent higher exam grades than did students who skipped more assignments.

MyMedicalTerminologyLab Case Study

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Jeff Anderson
Boise State University

16-Sep-2015

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Data show that students who complete most of their MyMedicalTerminologyLab assignments earn appreciably higher average quiz, exam, and final course grades.

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