In my classes I’ll often have students give short presentations, and recently I wanted to allow my students to also rate each other. Here’s a very quick and easy way to accomplish that while also having the data analyzed to tell you who is the ‘winner’ Create your rating forms in Google Forms. I made …
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I made this in about 5 minutes… sometimes having the right tool means pay a bit of money to speed up your workflow. Could I have done it for free? Yes. As accessibly? No.
In this week’s podcast I talk about testing at the college level, my philosophy of testing, and the debate between multiple choice and short answer.
In this week’s episode I talk about productivity – namely some of my best tips from the recent article I wrote on JonWestfall.com!
Today’s Podcast is a bit on the history of psychology, with a shoutout to Today in the History of Psychology, Rene Descartes, and John Locke!
It’s been awhile since I’ve talked productivity on this blog, but recently I’ve had a number of people point out to me that I’m extremely busy. If you don’t know, I have a few different roles professionally and personally – if you’re really curious, here’s the list as of today. But without boring you, know …
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A message of hope for a good 2021-22 School year
If you ask around the internet about rest days, you find a debate between the “be active every day” crowd and those who insist that your body needs recovery time. And honestly, the answer is somewhat in the middle. If you’re doing something that requires regeneration, such as strength training to build muscle, than yes, …
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In this week’s podcast, I talk about Frequency Distributions, the shape of data, and the middle.
On this week’s Battling Pickle Podcast, I talk about statistics – what they are, why correlation does not imply causation, and a bit on measurement scales. I mention Tyler Vigen’s great Spurious Correlations webpage as well!