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Research

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Transcript of Research

3) Does it affect special group
of people such as
parents, farmers, teachers, etc?
2) Is it widespread or
does it concern
the society?
1) Is the problem a
current and timely
one?
Is being bias natural to teachers?
What is "bias"?
Bias is an unfair favor of or against one thing, person, or a group compared with another. It exists usually at home particularly on siblings, even at school where students experience unjust comparison.
What triggers teachers on being bias in the class?
Possible factors:

> Personal Experiences
- relating their personal life on student's behavior

> Environment
- teachers focus on one or more student in the classroom

> Same Interests
- mutual understanding

The effect of teachers unfair favor on students' study behavior.
Does academic ranking affect the teacher's way on being bias?
Do smarter students get more attention?
Do teachers require specific capabilities?
THE THREE MAIN PROBLEMS
1) What triggers teachers on being bias in the class?

2) The effect of teachers unfair favor on students' study behavior.

3) Does academic ranking affect the teacher's way on being bias?
Does it affect the students' knowledge and understanding on the subject?

Would it make the students more competitive or would it make the students' confidence be degraded?

Yes. Most of society's population consists of students and teachers which basically mean that they're all contributors to society's development.
Yes. With the research, the teachers, parents and students would have an understanding on why teachers have biases.
GUIDE QUESTIONS
Yes because teachers nowadays are prone in displaying undivided attention towards a certain student/students.
4) Does it relate to
ongoing programs
of the government?
5) Who are the stakeholders?
Our stakeholders would be our:
> Respondents - Teachers and students
> Strength - Administrators, principal, teachers
> Weakness/threat - Students and teachers
6) What are the direct and indirect,
short and long range impact
on the welfare of a group of people
or the society as a whole?
Yes because it also has something to do with community's citizens and government's programs concerning fair treatment among others.
There would be a hint of guilt on the teachers and they could be more conscious about them being bias.
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