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How electronic devices affect students education?

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Amandip Dhaliwal

on 6 October 2015

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Transcript of How electronic devices affect students education?

Develop an Hypothesis
Our hypothesis is, we believe that students can be affected by their devices negatively. Devices can have a negative impact on students, because many students are on their electronic more than doing their work and learning the lesson. We feel that students value their electronics more than their education. This generation is highly addicted to their devices and their brain is more dependent on technology than their knowledge.
Identify the problem
How electronic devices affect students education?

We chose this issue because, many students have electronic devices and they tend to pay more attention to their device than the lesson their teacher is teaching. Many students in our society are addicted to their devices and sometimes do not pay attention in class. We would like to know if our hypothesis is true or not.
Analyze the Data
Our graph went by yes, no and sometimes/other answers. This made it easier to display and explain the subjects. Each bar represents what each student had answered for this question. The first subject bar represents if the student has an electronic device and all 30 said yes. So, knowing that all 30 said yes, we made the bar all the way up to 30 for the "yes" section. The second subject bars represent if the students use their device in class or not or sometimes. The first bar shows that 12 students answered yes, the second bar shows about 4 said no and the third bar shows more than 14 said sometimes. The third subject bars represents if the student has grades above 71%. The first bar shows 27 students said yes to that, second bar shows 1 does not. The last subject bars represents how many students agree that electronic devices affect grades. 13 students agreed they do, 8 disagree and 6 have other opinions.
Draw conclusions
Our hypothesis was proven wrong. We believed that if students had electronic devices and used it in class very often then they would not be getting high marks. However, we were proven wrong and every single student we surveyed had an electronic device and many had very good grades. Even when using their device in class quite often, they managed to get high marks. More than half of the students we surveyed had 71% and above, and every single one of them had an electronic device.
Gather data
The subjects include; Students that have electronic devices, use it in class, have grades above 81% and if they agree electronics affect their grades. The first subject, if students have electronic devices was to count how many students we are surveying have devices so their survey answers would be ethical. The second subject, if they use their device in class or not was to see how many students actually use their device in class or they just pay attention to the lesson and their work the entire class time. The third subject, how many students have grades above 81%. Considering that every student we are surveying have devices and majority use it in class, we would like to know how high their grades are and if the device use in class would be affecting how well they focus in class. The last subject was if they agreed that electronics affect their grades or not. Half said yes, electronics affect your life and more than half said no they do not. We wanted to ask the students their own opinion of what they believe of this issue. Our procedure was very simple, we counted the amount of students that gave the same answers to each question that was asked.
by: Amandip and Haya
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