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.Very large extent
, Large Extent
, Moderate extent
, Small Extent
) and the mean scores. We will calculate correlation coefficients to understand any relationship between these extents of use, mean scores, and teaching outcomes.Satisfied
in our current dataset), we can't directly calculate a correlation coefficient with these. However, we can see if there's any pattern or trend in how different extents of use affect the mean scores, which indirectly reflect on teaching outcomes.Very large extent
and both Moderate extent
and Mean
, indicating that as the usage in very large extent increases, the moderate extent usage and mean scores decrease.Moderate extent
and Mean
, suggesting that higher moderate extent usage is associated with higher mean scores.Small Extent
usage shows a strong negative correlation with Mean
, implying that increased small extent usage is associated with lower mean scores.Large Extent
couldn't be calculated due to lack of variability in the data for this category.Very large extent
, Large Extent
, Moderate extent
, Small Extent
) and the resulting mean scores. Higher mean scores and usage in larger extents could indicate higher student engagement.Satisfied
as the teaching outcome without specific learning outcomes, our analysis will be limited to the correlation between strategy usage and mean scores. We'll look for patterns indicating that certain extents of strategy usage are more effective.Satisfied
and does not provide distinct groups for learning outcomes.Satisfied
, there's no variation to test against.Satisfied
. To investigate the correlation between strategy usage and learning outcomes, we would need specific data on learning outcomes, such as grades, comprehension levels, or other measurable metrics.