No students wrote that they did not understand what the question was asking. This teacher can take a joke. Responses were analyzed independently by two researchers each author of this paper who read and reread the responses and took notes on the differences undergraduates articulated about the two different types of instructors.
The QTI items were presented in an order similar to that used by Coll et al. For the subscales by scenarios, the reliability measures varied from 0.
Throughout the survey, undergraduates were asked to focus on generic and not specific instructors. Undergraduates were also asked to confirm their scenario at the end of the survey to allow the researcher to remove responses from undergraduates who might have forgotten their scenario midsurvey.
This teacher knows everything that goes on in the classroom. Prior to beginning the survey, undergraduate students responded to demographic questions about their gender, enrollment status, major, native language, and other biology courses they had completed.
The quantitative data were analyzed using nonparametric methodology, because the Likert-type choices are ordinal. For the overall data, these values ranged from 0. This teacher is not sure what to do when we are not on task. The results also aligned with several of the quantitative results of this study e.
The communication was done via the lecture and not the laboratory, because more undergraduates would receive the information at one time and much of the course communication is routinely done through the lecture instructor.
In ordinal data, there is no guarantee that students perceive the difference between intervals on the point scale as equal distances e.
This teacher is someone we can depend on. This teacher is friendly. This teacher is hesitant. Students were unable to change their responses once they had completed a page. This teacher has a sense of humor. Data Analysis Quantitative Data. Undergraduate students received the email, which contained a description of the project and a link to the survey, from their lecture instructor on behalf of the researcher.
This teacher is strict. We are afraid of this teacher.The Graduate School Perception By Uloop I met up with a college buddy last week, one of the ones who, unlike me, graduated on time and then headed off to graduate school to study analytical chemistry.
Previous studies have found that there are instructional characteristics of GTAs that impact the perception of teaching and learning at universities; however, there have been few direct comparisons of student perceptions of professors and GTAs, particularly those employing the same methodologies on the same undergraduate student population.
purpose of this study, therefore, was to investigate the perceptions of culturally diverse graduate students about online collaborative learning activities. A related goal was to examine the learning.
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A qualitative study of the perceptions of first year college students regarding technology and college readiness.
Trent Anthony Grundmeyer Grundmeyer, Trent Anthony, "A qualitative study of the perceptions of first year college students regarding technology and college readiness." (). This mixed methods study examines the perceptions of graduate students balancing studies and career.
The initial qualitative study utilized a small focus group to discover concerns related to balancing graduate studies and employment.Download