David M. Kennedy Center for International Studies
First Faculty Advisor
First Faculty Reader
Second Faculty Reader
Statistical tools, Digital testing, pedagogy, livecode
The Humanities Testing Lab at BYU is a computer testing environment for humanities students and professors. Statistics are useful in a pedagogical sense because they present unbiased information about the progress of the class. The Humanities Testing Lab did not previously have a statistical tool, making it the perfect place to monitor the change in teacher perspective when a statistical tool was introduced. In an effort to better the BYU Humanities Testing Lab, an ideal statistical tool was researched, created, and delivered to participating professors. Their interactions with the tool were measured through a set of before and after surveys. Results were positive.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Hatch, Robert, "Creating Statistical Testing Tools in Digital Testing Environments: Eliminating Confirmation Bias and Improving Pedagogy in the Humanities Testing Lab at BYU" (2020). Undergraduate Honors Theses. 165.