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Transcript: https://uky.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6X03dGHLsjCs1Cs Statistical Methodology Survey: Demographics Survey: NASP Competencies Perceived competencies for UK’s school psychology graduates You Cognitive Labs Our Motivation Blueprint for Training and Practice III Competencies School Psychology Graduate Programs Competition in job market Perceptions of Recent Graduates who are in the field. Thank you for your attention! Data-based decision-making Consultation and collaboration Effective instruction to develop academic skills Interventions and mental health services School-wide practices Preventive and responsive services Family-school collaboration services Research and program evaluation Legal, ethical and professional practice Kyle Riggs, Kim Stabler, Catherine Fischer Department of Counseling, Education and School Psychology Do University of Kentucky school psychology graduates feel competent in the guidelines and competencies set forth by the National Association of School Psychologists (NASP)? Are there differences depending on the degree the graduates obtained? Are there differences depending on the state to which the graduates are employed? NASP Competencies: (Using Likert scale 1-5) I currently feel competent in this domain of practice. I am satisfied with the training I received in this domain from the UK school psychology program. Cultural Competencies: (Using Likert scale 1-5) Conducting psychoeducational evaluations and interventions/counseling with different cultural/linguistic backgrounds than own. Exploratory Study Searching for areas of competency in which recent UK graduates do not feel as proficient in effort to improve our graduate program. Thank Methods Survey: Competency Questions Presented to faculty in effort to assist the program in modifying the curriculum. Hope to also assist students in receiving education that will allow them to be employed in other states. Research Questions Gender Ethnicity What degree did you receive at UK? What year did you graduate? What is your current profession? State of Employment? Received feedback which assisted us in changing the wording of some questions to make it easier to understand. Explained each competency further to make it easier to comprehend which would decrease subjectivity. Distributed through email to students who received their Education Specialist (Ed.S) degree or Doctorate Degree in the last ten years from UK’s school psychology program. Convenience sample Hope to receive feedback from all graduation years Hope to receive feedback from various states Cover letter: Address purpose, value of survey Confidentiality Time Outcomes Attempting to gather an understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the program Descriptive statistics Frequencies, Percentages, Means, Standard Deviations Within-subjects ANOVA to compare mean scores for the competency items. (SPSS) Tukey-Kramer, Corrected Paired-Wise Comparison (determine which competencies are significantly different from others) Between-subjects ANOVA for degree (EdS v. PhD) and for states (KY v. Not KY) for each of the competencies. Tukey-Kramer, Corrected Paired-Wise Comparison (significant difference between the groups for each competency) Conceptual Framework

Survey Presentation

Transcript: m 1 Survey Presentation Z p b Y g X F What affects the grade 8 students at Saints' sleep schedule?” Introduction This question is important for a couple of reasons. First, according to the school-wide survey conducted last year, a large portion of the students said that they did not get enough sleep. We wanted to see how the grade 8s compared to the rest of the school. We also wanted to know what the School could potentially do to help students get more sleep. Second, we wanted to see how much time our peers spend on sleep, extra-curricular activities, and homework. This way, we can understand our peers better and understand how they spend their time. Importance Importance In statistics, the population is defined as “the entire group of interest”. In our survey, the population was the grade 8 students at St. George’s School. Population Population We used the self-selected sampling method as the majority of the grade 8s at St. George’s School have busy schedules, and they may have already been approached by many other people, so we feel like it is not fair for some people if we force them to do the survey. Instead, we sent out emails to every grade 8 individually, but we did not require anyone to reply. This meant that only those who had time or wanted to fill out our survey (which was in the form of a google form) actually did it. Only a portion of the population, specifically those who had time and those who wanted to, filled out the survey. This may not yield the most accurate results, but it is a relatively accurate sampling method compared to other forms of sampling. This sampling method is good because it saves a large amount of time on our part. Also, most of the people who answer will genuinely want to answer the survey and answer truthfully instead of rushing through it. However, it is not as accurate as Simple Random Sampling. Sampling Method Method E We have 5 closed-ended questions and 2 open-ended questions Questions What is the average amount of time you spend on homework a day? What is the average amount of time you spend on sports, classes, or extra-curricular activities? How much time do you spend on social media a day? How much time do you spend on Youtube or other streaming platforms a day? What is the average amount of sleep you get every day? Closed-Ended If you do not think you are getting enough sleep, why do you think that is? What can Saints do to help with this? Open-Ended D Why we chose these questions We chose these questions because they would tell us a lot about how much the grade 8 students sleep and what affects how much we sleep. The closed-ended questions told us how much time the students spend on sleep and other activities, and the open-ended questions told us why they spent so much or so little time on something and what they believed the school can do to help. C Graphs and Data B Data Analysis Overall, our survey yielded the expected results. Only 15% of students said that they got the necessary amount of sleep for 13-year olds (9.25 hours), but this was somewhat expected. One in five people said electronics were the reason why they didn’t get enough sleep, and one in four people said school was the reason why they didn’t get enough sleep. The majority of people said they spent less than one hour on video games, streaming devices, and homework, but more than 50% of people said they spend more than 2 hours a day on extra-curricular activities, sports, or classes. This data shows that people are spending less time than we thought on their phones but instead are busier with extra-curricular activities. There are a few potential areas of bias. First, some people didn’t answer genuinely and were not inputting the most accurate information, as it is very unlikely for 6% of the students who finished the survey to sleep less than 1 hour each day. Second, we made this survey anonymous so that everyone can answer honestly, but some people may not trust us. Then, they might put less time for video games, for example, and more time for homework. Conclusion In the end, this survey shows that most grade 8s don’t get the necessary amount of sleep because of a few reasons. First, they have many activities outside of school that take up most of their time outside of school. Second, they spend a lot of time on electronics or homework, leaving very little time for sleep. If students can manage their time better and finish their school homework early, then most students will be able to get the amount of sleep that they need. Something that St. Georges can do to help is to give less homework as almost 40% of people said that it was the biggest thing that St. Georges can do to help. Another thing that St. Georges can do is to have a later start. This would allow students to sleep longer since they would not have to wake up early for school. Next Steps In the future, we can do another survey with simple random sampling to get more accurate results. We can also offer incentives so that more A

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Transcript: Since 2002 the University’s Sports Club have worked to make sports not only a form of entertainment but also a healthy lifestyle. Welcomes students and employees of the University, and to all those who want to integrate sport in his habits. The Sports Club offer their customers an excellent quality / price through a team of over 40 qualified professionals with a single purpose: that our clients achieve their objectives. For this we have the latest technology in materials, equipment and sports facilities, essential for quality sports, whose professionals will guide your training to the health, welfare or performance Heidi Hietala ; Beatriz Rodríguez Introduction The school gym 500 m² room. Modern equipment (with cardiovascular technology) overlooking the football field and running track, high-end guided machines, large free weight and stretching area constantly supervised by a licensed trainer of Science Sport and Physical Activity and / or physiotherapy to develop a training program consistent with the objectives, initial fitness and preferences of the individual customers’ Quality survey EXPECTATIONS https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1d3Et37QiWQTqSEF1SW2Z1072HK6ejuYtqodT0EWLhxQ/viewform Quality survey EXPERIENCES thank you for your attention 22 questions Tangibles 4 Reliability 5 Responsiveness 4 Security 4 Empathy 5 https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1nRUjwEkDS7wpWlI2dTL7KFvOI5Hg1Hrs_winQnjry88/viewform Service quality survey Questions

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