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Normalized gain: What is it and when and how should I use it?

March 18, 2016 by Sam McKagan, Eleanor Sayre, and Adrian Madsen

Introduction to normalized gain:
The normalized gain, introduced by Hake in 1998 "as a rough measure of the effectiveness of a course in promoting conceptual understanding," has become the standard measure for reporting scores on research-based concept inventories. Hake defined the average normalized gain as:
<g> = (<Post> - <Pre>)/(100 - <Pre>)

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