Monthly Archives: July 2018

Rubrics as Data – Part IV

Rubric data is ordered categorical data and, as such, can not be used to find averages or other numerical statistics.  See this post for details.  And yet, our (my) instincts are that measures of human behavior must lie on some … Continue reading

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Smart People, All of Them

People, need I say students, are smart in different ways.  They might be smart (expert at) playing a particular video game or shopping online or dog training or horse riding or the internal affairs of Poland or basketball or short … Continue reading

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