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Table 6 The Mann–Whitney U test comparing the experimental group with the control group

From: Gamification and active learning in higher education: is it possible to match digital society, academia and students' interests?

  Experimental group
(n = 67)
Control
group
(n = 65)
Asymptotic (bilateral) significance
Mean (SD) Mean (SD)
Block 1—Students’ Skills (SKI)
 SKI1—Ability to work in groups 5.90 (1.245) 4.80 (1.502) 0.000***
 SKI2—Ability to listen to other’s opinions 5.91 (1.264) 4.55 (1.426) 0.000***
 SKI 3—Self-learning ability 5.64 (1.164) 5.23 (1.235) 0.042***
 SKI 4—Ability to apply knowledge into practice 5.69 (1.117) 4.95 (1.484) 0.002**
 SKI 5—Ability to analyze the material 5.64 (1.190) 4.85 (1.265) 0.000***
 SKI 6—Ability to synthesize the material 5.67 (1.133) 4.94 (1.310) 0.001**
Block 2—Students’ satisfaction (SAT)
 SAT1—Satisfaction with lecturer 5.88 (0.946) 6.03 (1.015) 0.381ns
 SAT2—Satisfaction with module 5.51 (1.133) 5.45 (1.160) 0.759ns
  1. ns non-significant
  2. ***p = 0.00; **p < 0.01; *p < 0.05