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EDU645 Week 5 Discussion 1 Correlation and Causality

EDU645 Week5 DQ1 Correlation and Causality Correlation and Causality. According to the authors of the textbook, “one of the most frequent misinterpretations in statistics (and in education) is to infer that because two variables are correlated with one another, one variable causes the other” (Kubiszyn & Borich, 2010). What does this mean? What are the potential dangers to assessment and learning when one mistakenly implies causality where only a correlation between two variables exists? Respond to at least two of your peers, providing feedback on their listed dangers of implying causality, and how these dangers can ultimately affect assessment, instruction, and learning. Your initial post should be between 250-300 words.
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EDU645 Week 5 Discussion 1 Correlation and Causality

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