Groups with higher female ratios positively influence course outcomes and peer evaluation (Sullivan, Ballen & Cotner, 2018)

An American study has found that course performance and peer evaluation of students in an introductory biology course at a co-educational university improved as the ratio of females in small learning groups increased (Sullivan, Ballen & Cotner, p. 1). Students were divided into small groups with different gender ratios —100%…
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