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EDU 0385 Educational Assessment & Statistics

This course will include an examination of the various forms of group testing, both standardized and classroom. Students will also learn how to read and interpret test results and how to apply that knowledge to classroom and individual instruction. Basic statistical concepts such as median, mode, standard deviation, etc. will be covered, as will the ways in which statistics may be used appropriately and ethically in the educational setting. This course cross lists with MAT-0385. Competencies for the inclusive classroom are addressed. Prerequisite: EDU 0201


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