Teaching College Literacy: A Case Study in the Benefits and Costs of Daedalus Courseware at Baruch College

Excerpt

Seventy-five percent of the 16 students in the Dadaelus section of ENG 0160 passed the CUNY Writing Assessment Test. This compares to a 53 percent pass rate for the 12 students in the control section ...The difference in the passing rate was not statistically significant ... the computer-enhanced instruction did not have a significant effect on improving retention ...The observed difference between the passing rates for the two courses in not statistically significant at either the one or five percent level.

About the Study

Finding No Significant Difference
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