2022-23 Winter 1 – Sessional Lecturers Positions

 

UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA-VANCOUVER
Faculty of Education

Department of Educational and Counselling Psychology, and Special Education

2022-23 Winter 1 – Sessional Lecturers Positions

Course below is posted on July 14, 2022 | Application Deadline: August 5, 2022

EPSE 592 | Experimental Designs and Analysis in Educational Research

Course Description

Most research in the social sciences (e.g., education, psychology) uses either correlation or quasi-experimental designs. In EPSE 592, the focus is on experimental and quasi-experimental designs, how to analyze and interpret data obtained from such designs, and how to describe results from these analyses using proper format.

Researchers are frequently interested answering questions that involve comparing two or more groups (e.g., sex differences, compare age or education groups, compare control vs. intervention groups). The course will cover various analyses of variance (ANOVA) techniques designed to answer such questions (e.g., one-way ANOVA, two-way ANOVA, repeated measures ANOVA, mixed model ANOVA, ANCOVA) as well as their assumptions, nonparametric alternatives, and relevant effect size indicators. Other related topics, such as sample size and power calculations, three-way ANOVAs and MANOVA, may be included as time permits. Analyses will be conducted using SPSS.

Course schedule
EPSE 592 074 3 credit W1 Seminar Wed 4:30 PM 7:30 PM 2022-09-06 2022-12-07 In-Person Vancouver Campus
Qualification and Duties

PhD in a field related to statistics and research is required. Duties include teaching, holding regular office hours, marking assignments, reporting grades.

Application Procedure and Deadline

To apply, please submit a letter of application and CV (clearly describing preparation for teaching this course) to Dr. Sandra Mathison, by August 5th.


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