The Difference Between Hake’s Normalized Gain g and Effect Size Cohen’s d for Measuring the Improvement of Student’s Scientific Literacy
Fariha Azalea and
Adib Rifqi Setiawan
No 4dtvg, OSF Preprints from Center for Open Science
This work investigate the implications on claims about student learning that result from choosing between one of two metrics: Hake’s normalized gain g and effect size Cohen’s d, that is based exclusively on the preexist data about scientific literacy on physics and biology across Indonesia.
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