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Reporting Absolute or Relative Comparisons 1

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Reporting Absolute or Relative Comparisons

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Here are the data of responses to a three item survey targeting

School Belonging

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Here are the results of a three item survey targeting School

Belonging

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

Student 1 feels a slight sense of school

belonging.

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

Student 5 does not really feel a sense of

school belonging.

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

Student 4 has very little if any sense of school belonging.

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

Student 6 has a strong sense of School

Belonging?

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

Student 3 and 9 are more or less ambivalent.

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Absolute Results

Important Note - While we never can know for certain the actual quantifiable amount of school belonging that any one student possesses, we simply estimate it based on the group scores.

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Relative Results

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Relative ResultsBecause their confidence intervals overlap we would not be able to defend the claim that STUDENT 6 has more sense of belonging than the STUDENT 8.

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Here are Absolute and Relative Results using

Confidence Intervals

Relative Results

Because their confidence intervals overlap we would be able to defend the claim that STUDENT 6 has more sense of belonging than the STUDENT 9.

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