Randomization application: A new tool for academics of the new millennium

Amaral, Thiago Guerino, Braga, Tiago, Amaral, Rodrigo Rodrigues, and Evans, Jane (2021) Randomization application: A new tool for academics of the new millennium. Journal of Dental Education, 85 (S3). pp. 2002-2004.

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[Extract] Learning is no longer centered around the “sage on the stage”; rather, students are partners in the learning process. As academics, we have the responsibility to innovate our approach to learning and teaching by applying new approaches.

Randomization is a method of experimental control that has been applied to biological experiments and human clinical trials to provide equitable treatment allocation and valid statistical inference. Also, using randomization in a classroom environment can increase student participation and engagement; however, most of the time, it is done in rudimentary ways, such as using pieces of paper. This inconvenient, underdeveloped, and time consuming method might prevent educators from using randomization in their classes; hence, a mobile application could bring innovation to this process and, consequently, increase class performance.

Item ID: 76137
Item Type: Article (Short Note)
ISSN: 1930-7837
Copyright Information: © 2021 American Dental Education Association
Date Deposited: 06 Oct 2022 00:44
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