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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

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Abstract: 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.

Date: 2019-10-03
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