Transcript: Our survey question Problems we encounter? Graph+Conclusion Why did we do the survey? Taste of riverbend Most preferred type of cuisine? Survey presentation By: Elaine Zhang and Rebekah Zang 9-6 Thanks for Listening!! Most popular: Italian cuisine Least popular: Korean cuisine 2 Others: Mexican, and Canadian Which type of cuisine do you prefer? a) American cuisine b) Italian cuisine c) Chinese cuisine d) Vietnamese cuisine e) Indian cuisine f) Korean cuisine g) Japanese cuisine h) Others (please specify)_________ Absence of the students One boy refused to write the survey because he was playing computer games. One grade 9 class were doing their surveys also.
Transcript: We questioned an equal number of girls and boys which would give us a better sample of the population. 66.7% of the people with divorced parents said they found there relationship quality to be excellent which supports the idea that having divorced parents does not effect the quality of their childrens relationships. From a sociological perspective, the factors that affect people with divorced parents does not seem to harm the quality of there relationships. We were able to conclude that having divorced parents does not affect the quality of there childrens relationships. Some difficulties that we encountered were trying to get an equal number of people with both types of parents, together and apart, and getting a majority of people in a relationship. Our survey could be expanded further to include more detailed or personal questions or with observations of these people. Having divorced parents effects childrens relationships. Hypothesis
Transcript: There is no margin of error, because no one would lie about this meager, opinion question. We used convenience sampling. th This sampling method is not random. Non-biased version: "Do you prefer to use Prezi, Power Point, or a poster board for presentations?" Hi, Mr. Kash! By: James Jang & Gaurav Kaul Our survey is not biased, because we didn't go towards any one option. PowerPoint = 14 people Biased version: "Do you prefer the awesome, easy-to-use Prezi or the boring Power Point and dumb poster board?" We found out that the majority of students use PowerPoint or Prezi. This is probably because people like the convenience of online resources. Survey Presentation Prezi = 10 people poster board = 6 people We know this because we're 7 grade students too. This makes for easy access to other students. Data Display The reason poster boards were the least popular is because, nowadays, students are more accustomed to the internet and don't commit to the physical labor that poster boards require. Conclusions Our population was 7 graders, because it was very convenient. If there was a MOE, it would have made our survey a lot less accurate and reliable. This population worked well, because it was easy. Margin of Error th We surveyed 30 people, but this makes it pretty inaccurate...
Transcript: Collaborative Survey Data Analysis To gather statistics on a sample group regarding ownership of certain electronic devices and compare it with national data How? We developed a plan on how to approach the community using our own strengths and asked them some questions regarding their digital ownership! We managed to survey sixteen people and asked them basic questions such as Do you own a Computer? Do you have dial up or high speed internet? Do you own a mobile phone? etc. We also asked them some other questions such as Your age? to really understand our audience and seek the trends on different age groups Collected Data Surveys Our study showed that adults and children between the ages of 16 and 36 used their electronic devices on a regular basis in all mediums from entertainment to business More than half of those surveyed had each device listed And Surprisingly Everyone surveyed owned a computer and had high speed internet! Reasons Development of cellphones to smart phones cutting edge improvements to speed of processing focused marketing & profit for consumer electronics Graphed Survey Examples Thank you for Consulting with Us! GOAL Why so much technology?
Transcript: Fast FOOD Tttt Topic : Fast Food Contributor : Classmates Number : 15 of 29 Khoussi Nassim Ouchan Younes Question 1 Question 1 ; 2 Question 2 Question 3 Question 3 ; 4 Question 4 Question 5 Question 5 ; 6 Question 6 Question 7 Question 7 ; 8 Question 8 Question 9 Question 9 ; 10 Question 10
Transcript: Conduct a survey involving trends in music consumption that compares the responses of two age-based demographic samples Now, those who were born digital don’t hold the works of art, they embrace the iPod. And, when they encounter the collection, while they do still pour over it, and investigate it, as they scroll through it, that sense of awe and reverence is lost. Using survey monkey and a mixture of open and closed questions we have created a survey with the aim of gathering the appropriate individual information to create an accurate set of results. Open question: Would you agree with the statement “different age groups have different preference’s in the way they access music?” Yes or No. if yes please elaborate. Closed question: Which category below includes your age? 17 or younger 18-20 21-29 30-39 40-49 50-59 60 or older our expected results The social and professional groups we have sent the survey out to will generate apposing responses.
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
Transcript: What Impact has FAME had on High school and Middle school Scholars The Pressures we face the problem: 20% of the FAME scholars have definitions of self-worth and/or self-esteem that don't seem to be right The Problem: Not believing in yourself The Problem: "trying to be something you will never be. White." I think it takes confidence in who you are. I think it takes confidence, believing in yourself, and knowing yourself It takes a girl who is confident within herself for all the right reasons. Pride, courage, education Not letting anyone be able to change you and being comfortable with yourself and your situations. I think experience helps make a strong women because experiences provide knowledge from past mistakes and accomplishments She must be smart, kind and have respect for herself. Beyonce because she is the opposite of a black stereotype Michelle Obama, not only because she's the presidents wife, but she helps the community nope I dont really know what or who to look up too. Not specifically My mom, Michelle Obama Not really...Not anyone famous or anything but maybe my older cousins. No, not really. Yes Do you know Michelle Obama? How is Beyonce the opposite of a black stereotype? Why don't you have a role model? the PNC Park leadership Symposium PTEI The College Tour Alcoa Fall ball Tutoring What FAME shows the scholars that TV and other things don't they helped me learn to be more I see a more realistic leader or role model. there are not too many black, female CEO's or technical directors on TV. FAME gives me the chance to see other opportunities. Fame shows me how to remember whats important in life and my goals My point: This Survey shows FAME has an impact on all of our lives. From this I've noticed connection; that the more you are involved with FAME's programs the less you see "the problem". So what type of Impact does FAME have a great one, and if your a scholar who doesn't think this or doesn't understand I'd more than happy to talk to you because I use to think the same before doing this survey and finding out a lot about the scholars and myself in the process. What FAME event has had the most impact on you and why? This is a survey that was previously conducted this summer Delving into the "Problem" What do you believe it takes to be a strong young lady? Background about the Scholars Do you have any Female role models and if so who are they?
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