Teaching During Covid: The Effectiveness of the HyFlex Classroom in a 300 Level Statistics Class

PJ Verrecchia, Mary J. McGlinchey

Abstract


This study compares a 300 level statistics class taught using a HyFlex classroom to the same class taught one year earlier in the traditional, face to face method. While one quiz score was better for the face to face class, the HyFlex class did better than the traditional class on one quiz and final the examination. Every other point of comparison showed no difference between the classes.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.11114/jets.v9i3.5146

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