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An exploratory study to determine the impact of a creative studies course on at-risk students
Linda L Avarello
Written in English
|Statement||by Linda L. Avarello.|
|Contributions||State University College at Buffalo. Center for Studies in Creativity.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 275 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||275|
A qualitative research approach that usually attempts to understand the impact of a social program on the community is known as _____ research. participatory action Dr. Perry conducts a study in which she evaluates the effectiveness of an adult literacy program. the author conducted an exploratory research, a survey based on a structured questionnaire. The author considered suitable to use a research instrument similar to the one used by Robert Half () in his own survey targeting college and university students (part of generation Z) from the United States and Canada in File Size: KB.
Exploratory research typically seeks to create hypotheses rather than test them. Data from exploratory studies tends to be qualitative. Examples include brain-storming sessions, interviews with experts, and posting a short survey to a social networking website. Descriptive Research Descriptive studies have more guidelines. They describe people File Size: KB. Not sure what to study? Join the club. At least a quarter of Pitt State Freshmen, and a large number of students transferring to PSU, come to campus without having decided on a major. Pitt State's Exploratory Studies Program is perfect for students like you. Explore what interests you. Insightful advising is another huge part of the program.
exploratory study: A Phase-1 or -2 study in clinical trials, during which the effects of a therapeutic intervention are evaluated and measured. Procedures in exploratory studies may be altered to expand the scope or method of investigation. This preliminary study investigated the impact of a combined approach (using didactic and experiential methods) to teaching a counselling ethics course on graduate students' ethical judgements and confidence levels. Students (N = 15) enrolled in a week ethics course responded to the Turkish form of Gibson and Pope's ( The ethics of.
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An Exploratory Study of the Impact of a Pre-University Course on the Academic Performance of Students in Introductory Accounting ABSTRACT: Th is study examines the impact of. Therefore the study set out to determine the impact will the creativity toolbox have when applied to the higher educational classroom to encourage student engagement in the learning content of a specific module.
Objectives to be achieved Linked to the research question the primary objective of the research is to create an interactiveAuthor: Shakti Paken. In this context, the need to determine the impact of different types of corporate governance systems on a company's market value has been a focal point for both national and international.
Research has given little or no attention to the experiences of black teenage mothers in South Africa and yet studies in America and South Africa show that teenage pregnancy is a problem calling for effective professional intervention (Gillis ). This shows that there is a need for the exploration of this area of study.
AIMS. Exploratory research is carried out to understand a problem in depth and to gain insights using primary and secondary research article talks about the methods, types, characteristics, advantages, disadvantages, and importance of exploratory research.
purpose of the research, a rural and an urban primary school were used as case study schools. A qualitative research methodology was considered suitable for the study.
Data gathering instruments involved open-ended questionnaires, informal interviews and non-participant observation to search for answers relating to the following research themes: 1. Exploratory research (or ER) is an examination into a subject in an attempt to gain further insight.
With ER, a researcher starts with a general idea and uses research as a tool to identify issues. Sue has studied the needs of at-risk children for years. Her research is exploratory as she has gained in-depth information into multicultural adoption, and child abandonment in third-world cultures.
Her current research, which is also exploratory, is on building an understanding into child malnutrition. Exploratory research is quite informalcasual, when it relying on secondary researches such as reviewing available literature, data, or qualitative approaches such as informal discussions with consumerscustomers, employees, management or competitorscompetitoropponents, and more formal approaches through in-depthin depth interviews, focus groups.
An exploratory research project is an attempt to lay the groundwork that will lead to future studies or to determine if what is being observed might be explained by a currently existing theory. RESEARCH DESIGN AND EXPLORATORY RESEARCH Assist. Prof. • One-shot or cross-sectional studies –A study can be undertaken in which data are gathered just once, Pilot Studies • Any small scale exploratory study that uses sampling • But does not apply rigorous standardsFile Size: KB.
The focus of this exploratory study is on methods for environmental change; especially about how methods for environmental change may be composed of methods for individual change and how within one environmental level, organizations, methods may differ when applied by a health promoter and directed at the management or applied by the management Cited by: Exploratory research is "the preliminary research to clarify the exact nature of the problem to be solved." It is used to ensure additional research is taken into consideration during an experiment as well as determining research priorities, collecting data and honing in on certain subjects which may be difficult to take note of without exploratory research.
Long-term Impact of a Verbal Interaction Program for At-Risk Toddlers: An Exploratory Study of High School Outcomes in a Replication of the Mother-Child Home Program PHYLLIS LEVENSTEIN SUSAN LEVENSTEIN JAMES A.
SHIMINSKI JUDITH E. STOLZBERG National Center fair Mother-Child Home Program High school graduation is a major long-term goal of cognitive programs for preschoolers at Cited by: This study examines the Student Success course in two urban community colleges in the Northeast.
Through analysis of student interview data, we find that the Student Success course helps students learn about the college, receive course advice, and develop stronger study Size: 98KB.
An Exploratory Study on Students’ Mobile Technology Usage as learning Tool Abdulhameed Alenezi their tasks and submission their assignment were high, as indicated in Table 5.
Unfortunately, majority of the students agreed somewhat in using mobile technologies as a self-independent study tool. Up to 61% of the students. Students’ Experience of University Space: An Exploratory Study Andrew M.
Cox Sheffield University The last decade has seen a wave of new building across British universities, so that it would appear that despite the virtualization discourses around higher education, space still matters in learning.
Yet. students’ approaches to learning in the framework of online or hybrid courses. A total of valid responses from students who have finished or are currently enrolled in at least one MIS online or hybrid course were analyzed using a structural equation model and the results are presented herein.
Keywords:Cited by: 1. This study used a single-group design with an extended baseline and a follow-up of 3 weeks to establish minimal stability of symptoms pre-and post-intervention. Although not optimal, given the lack of previous data. this exploratory approach was considered adequate to provide information regarding basic treatment efficacy.
This study of students at risk was conducted to determine who is at risk, what puts students at risk, what schools are doing to help those students, and how effective these efforts are.
Data were collected on ab students and alm teachers in over schools in 85 U.S. communities, and researchers conducted case studies of 65 young by: 6. Exploratory Studies is a short-term preparatory major that will give you time to ponder your interests, consider your options, make confident, informed career decisions, and complete your prerequisite preparation for the major of your choice.
Exploratory Studies intentionally integrates academic support with career counseling.exploratory studies Exploratory Studies is a two-semester program that helps students discover the major that best reflects their interests and ambitions.
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What Is an Exploratory Case Study? There are several types of case study distinguished today. They are illustrative, explanatory, descriptive, critical, exploratory ones; other scientists divide it into program implementation, program effects and cumulative we will focus on exploratory case studies that answer the question how and why a definite event has happened.