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This video discusses the importance of formulating hypotheses correctly in order to encourage students to achieve the highest levels of academic achievement. It stresses the importance of causal hypotheses, which measure the effect of an independent variable on a dependent variable. It also emphasizes the need for hypotheses to be explicit in their causal relationships.

**00:00:00**This video teaches how to form hypotheses. First, it covers the video from Hernandez Zampieri on hypothesis formation. Then, it goes over some examples of hypotheses. The main point of the video is to form hypotheses by proposing a relationship between two variables. For example, one might say that there is a relationship between the use of a chalkboard and level of comprehension. The second point is to always form a null hypothesis, which means that the relationship between the variables does not exist. Finally, it covers the logical reasoning behind a hypothesis.**00:05:00**The video discusses the formation of hypotheses in research, and presents two examples: one in which two variables are studied and one in which a variable is studied in relation to another. It points out that it is always important to be clear about which variables are being investigated when formulating hypotheses. In the case of studies with relational variables, the hypotheses are no directional: that is, they begin by stating that there is a relationship between the two variables, and go from there. In the case of directional hypotheses, the researcher starts by stating that one variable is directly related to another and then works to build up a more detailed hypothesis. In this video, the presenter is discussing the formation of hypotheses for a research study in which students' performance in math class is measured. They discuss the possible hypothesis options, and eventually settle on one in which greater evaluation format (evaluation in terms of marks) is related to higher math performance. They also propose a null hypothesis, which states that there is no relationship between the two variables.**00:10:00**In this video, the formulating of hypotheses is discussed. First, the student considers whether to work with cell phones or remove them from students. If the student works with them then here is a variable to consider: which of these variables is the independent variable and which is the dependent variable? When I say dependent variable, this means that the value of one of these variables depends on the other. The question then is this: does the value of one of these variables depend on the other in a reverse manner, or does what students think about the situation matter? I believe that they already know your purpose, so I'll put it this way: the incorporation of tics could be the cause of an increase in reading comprehension. This hypothesis becomes a simple hypothesis by stating that the incorporation of tics causes an increase in comprehension. Now we finish formulating a hypothesis by saying that incorporation of tics does not cause an increase in comprehension. In this way, we have seen how to form a hypothesis for an experiment. The key to successful experimentation is having an independent variable and a dependent variable. In this case, I have one independent variable and one dependent variable. I propose to explore the relationship between level of instructional technology adaptation and attitude towards innovation methodological approaches in the**00:15:00**The following video discusses the importance of formulating hypotheses correctly, and stresses the importance of doing so in order to encourage students to achieve the highest levels of academic achievement. One key point to remember is that hypotheses are statements about the relationship between two or more variables. Causal hypotheses, which measure the effect of an independent variable on a dependent variable, are particularly important because they provide evidence of an experimental situation. It is also important to remember that hypotheses should always be explicit in terms of their causal relationships. For example, a hypothesis about the relationship between a teacher's leadership style and a student's level of autonomy might be that Leadership style has a direct effect on student autonomy. In general, hypotheses must be based on propositions about the relationship between two or more variables. I will now be looking at Kim and Potito from Barcelona, as well as Barcelona itself. I want to buy things and watch these reinforcements so badly.

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