MOST Teachers’ Corner: New Resource for Teaching and Learning

October 2, 2018:most: new resource

The MOST Teachers’ Corner provides resources for instructors who want to incorporate instruction on the multiphase optimization strategy (MOST) into methods courses. The download will enable instructors to easily prepare a presentation that introduces MOST during one class session. The MOST Teachers’ Corner includes a PowerPoint presentation and recommended readings. Linda Collins crafted the PowerPoint using her extensive experience presenting MOST to new audiences. The slides are designed to make comprehending and presenting MOST as easy as possible.

We also have available Teachers’ Corners for latent class analysis (LCA) and time varying effect modeling (TVEM).

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TVEM Teachers’ Corner: New Resource for Teaching a Methods Course

July 26, 2018:

teacherbox2The TVEM Teachers’ Corner provides resources for instructors who want to incorporate instruction on time-varying effect modeling (TVEM) into methods courses. The download will enable instructors to easily include a presentation and an exercise about TVEM into a class session. The TVEM Teachers’ Corner includes a PowerPoint presentation, two introductory articles for instructors, a SAS exercise (and solution key), and a reading list for students. These items are designed to make comprehending and presenting TVEM as easy as possible.

We also have available a Teachers’ Corner for latent class analysis (LCA).

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Teachers Corner: New Resource for Instructors

August 17, 2017:bbray lca

Attention, instructors of graduate-level methods courses: The Methodology Center’s new Teachers’ Corners will provide resources for instructors who want to incorporate instruction on innovative methods into their teaching. Teachers’ Corners include PowerPoint presentations, introductory articles for instructors, SAS exercises, reading lists for students, and other items designed to make comprehending and incorporating a method as easy as possible. Our first Teachers’ Corner is for latent class analysis (LCA). LCA is a broadly applied method for identifying hidden subgroups within a population.

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