﻿ EDUR 8131

EDUR 8131
Educational Statistics 1

Fall 2019

Instructor: Bryan W. Griffin (bwgriffin@GeorgiaSouthern.edu)
My personal web pages:
http://www.bwgriffin.com

Announcement:

JASP video instructions added, see below in Course Index item 14

JASP - how to obtain frequencies for numbers with decimals  (added 12 Sept 2019)

Course Index (e.g., tests, activities, reading and other material to review for each class session)

1. Syllabus
2. Course Calendar - see below.
3. Readings are found in Course Calendar.
4. Creating PDF Files
5. Reporting statistical results in APA style (Word Documents so you can copy and paste tables)
6. Sample Test 1 (material through one-sample t-test; note, however, for this semester Test 1 does not cover one-sample t-test, that is found on Test 2)
7. Sample Test 2 (shows examples of data analysis section of Test 2 with t-tests, correlation, and chi-square; Sample Test 2 Answers)
8. Test 1: Covers content found in
• Notes 1 Descriptive Statistics
• Notes 2 Normal Distribution and Standard Scores
• Notes 3 Statistical Inference
• Notes 4 Hypothesis Testing and One-sample Z test.
• Test 1 due 9/21.
9. Test 2: Covers content found in
• Notes 1 through 4, and also
• Notes 5a, 5b, 5c: t-tests
• Notes 6 Correlation Coefficient, Pearson's r
• Notes 7a, 7b: Chi-square Tests
• Test 2 due 10/12.
10. Test 3: Covers all content found in
• Notes 1 through 7, and also
• Notes 8a, 8b: Regression
• Notes 9 ANOVA
• Notes 9d ANCOVA (may not be covered this term)
• Test 3 due 12/6.
11. Exercises
12. Table of Statistical Procedures and Their Characteristics: PDF Table
• Use this table to identify which statistical test is suitable for your data and research scenarios
• Video below explains how to use this table; you should first learn/review t-tests, Pearson r, and Chi-square tests (Notes 5, 6, and 7)
• Selecting statistical procedures (video is also found under week 8 for fall/spring and week 3 for summer)
• Video Presentation material (see page 10 for selecting correct statistical test):
13. SPSS Tutorials (obtained from various on-line sources: Dr. McKnight at U. Oklahoma,  Dr. Elvers at U. of Dayton, Guang-Hwa Change at Youngstown State U.)
1. Entering data into SPSS (variable labels, value labels, setting variable as numeric, etc.)
Data Entry A, Data Entry B
2. Frequencies/Explore Commands (including descriptive statistics, box plots, histograms, stem-and-leaf, etc.)
Frequencies A, Frequencies B, Stem and Leaf, Various Graphical Displays
3. t-tests (one sample, independent sample, and correlated samples)
t-tests, independent samples t-tests
4. Correlation
Correlation A, Correlation B, For scatter plots see Various Graphical Displays above
5. Chi Square
Goodness of Fit  and Test of Association; other examples:  Goodness of Fit A, Goodness of Fit B (note this is a Word document),  Test of Association
6. Regression
Regression A, Regression B
7. ANOVA
ANOVA A (using ONEWAY command), ANOVA B (using ONEWAY command), ANOVA C (using UNIVARIATE command)
8. ANCOVA
ANCOVA A
14. JASP (free alternative to SPSS)
15. On-line Statistical Resources

Course Calendar and Content

Week 1 (8/19)

Week 2 (8/26)

• Continue with Notes 1: Descriptive Statistics from Week 1 above

Week 3 (9/2)

Week 4 (9/9)

Week 5 (9/16)

Test 1 covers Notes 1 through 4

Week 6 (9/23)

Week 7 (9/30)

Week 8 (10/7)

• Notes 7a: Chi-square Goodness-of-fit, and
• Notes 7b: Chi-square Test of Association, and
• Determining Which Statistical Test to Use for Test 2
• Readings and Instructional Videos for each topic above

Test 2 cover Notes 1 to Notes 7b

Week 9 (10/14)

Week 10 (10/21)

Week 11 (10/28)

• Continue with Notes 8b: Multiple Regression from Week 10 above

Week 12 (11/4)

Week 13 (11/11)

• Continue with Notes 9: ANOVA from Week 12 above

Week 14 (11/18)

• Notes 9d: ANCOVA - material to be revised and not cover this semester.

Thanksgiving 25-29

Week 15 (12/2)

• Continue with Notes 9d: ANCOVA from Week 14 above

Test 3 covers all material