Education 257
David Rogosa, Winter-Spring 2005


According to the Registrar:
Course: EDUC  257A, Sec 01
Title: Statistical Methods for Behavioral and Social Sciences
Min/Max Units:  3- 3
Grading Basis: Satisfactory/No Credit
Days/Times/Classroom:  MWF 03:15PM-05:05PM EDUC313
MAIN TEXTS
Applied linear statistical models. Neter, Kutner, Nachtsheim & Wasserman 1996. Fourth/Fifth edition. Homewood IL: Irwin, Inc. (NWK)
An Introduction to categorical data analysis. Alan Agresti, 1996, Wiley-Interscience
      or the new version of "big" Agresti: Categorical Data Analysis, Second Edition, Alan Agresti, ISBN: 0-471-36093-7 July 2002


Schedule
Course Meetings are 3:15-5:00 in e313 according to the following proposed schedule:
                         Education 257 2005

Winter quarter
     January              February            March        
Mo Tu We Th Fr       Mo Tu We Th Fr       Mo Tu We Th Fr 
                                                 2       
       5     7              9    11              9[REV mtg] DeadW
10    12             14                               18    Exam
HOL                  HOL                                  
24    26    28       28                                 
31                    

Spring quarter                                  
     April                May                   June         
Mo Tu We Th Fr      Mo Tu We Th Fr        Mo Tu We Th Fr 
 March30     1                   6        DeadW          
 4     6             9    11    13               8 Exam  
                                           
18    20    22            25[Rev mtg]     
25                  HOL                                          
    


2003 Materials for reference go to 2003 page for those materials
Content
Course outline will be supplemented with specific readings and materials
Course Examples and Files   Links in this file take you directly to the specific data or data analysis example used in lecture.


Start-Up
First task is to figure out where to start in the curriculum.   Introductory Exercises are intended to give you and me useful information on student preparation and course planning.
Try the Ed161 Final especially problems 1, 2, 4a and these additional review problems .
Solutions to Introductory Exercises


2005 Assignments
Assignment 1
Solutions to Assignment 1
                 WINTER QTR FINAL PROBLEMS
                 Due in Rogosa's mailbox 3/18
                 Solutions to FINAL PROBLEMS
Assignment 2
Solutions to Assignment 2

Assignment 3
Solutions to Assignment 3


Spring Qtr
Assignment 4
Solutions to Assignment 4

Assignment 5
Solutions to Assignment 5

Assignment 6
Solutions to Assignment 6

           SPRING QTR FINAL PROBLEMS
                 Due in Rogosa's mailbox latest for grade 6/10
                 Solutions to FINAL PROBLEMS