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Research Paper | Statistics | Philippines | Volume 5 Issue 9, September 2016
Development and Validation of Statistics Module for Quality Educational Research
Adriel Gurnot Roman
Abstract: This study was an attempt to develop and measure the validity of a statistical module for educational research which can be an input to sustainable quality research among student-researchers of Laguna State Polytechnic University. In this study, it was hypothesized that subjects evaluation on the developed module is significantly correlated to their performance. It was also hypothesized the existence of significant difference between the extents of evaluation of groups of respondents on the characteristics of the developed module. Based on the result, the developed module in Statistics has very high extent of validity in terms of specific objectives, content, language used, and evaluation activities. The utilization of the developed module leads students to have a very satisfactory performance. This performance shows that they do not only know the concepts included in the subject but also they can apply statistics in real life situations. Likewise, the performance of students has increased after the utilization of the developed module which is attributed to the attainment of the specific objectives in every lesson provided in the module and the language being used. In addition, if students were given step by step procedure which is easily understood, their performance would be increased.
Keywords: Statistics, Module, Development, Validation, Research
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 9, September 2016,
Pages: 104 - 108