Fifth International Developments in Economics Education (DEE) Conference Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, UK 9-10 September 2009. Regular Revision stupid! - THE RETENTION OF KNOWLEDGE AFTER THE end of MODULE DELIVERY.
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Fifth International Developmentsin Economics Education (DEE) ConferenceWales Millennium Centre, Cardiff, UK9-10 September 2009
Regular Revision stupid! - THE RETENTION OF KNOWLEDGE AFTER THE end of MODULE DELIVERY
Paulina K. KlichDr. Piotr M. JaworskiSchool of Accounting Economics and Statistics The Business School email@example.com
After using several sets of dependent variables it turned out that the most meaningful results are generated by using NQF, NQL and NAS as dependent variables in the multiple linear regression with constant (CON).
The most meaningful results we obtained for the regressions without constant (CON) involving NQF, NQL and NTR.
The results confirmed our belief that the regular and continuous work on the material was crucial for the level of final test mark:
The number of quizzes completed in the first week turned out to be the most important factor: