Teaching at risk students using Computer base programming vs Teacher Lead instruction
Purpose-Here is an example
Purpose of the Study
The purpose of this qualitative study was to examine the experiences of teachers who have
experienced burnout. This study also explored factors that not only contributed to teacher
burnout, but also the loss of motivation and enthusiasm. Further, teachers’ teaching climate,
years of experience, and school environment were also explored to reveal to determine
whether those factors contribute to teacher burnout and frustration level (Bindhu &
Research Methodology and Design
For the new study the population would be 10th and 11th grade public school students who live in Jackson Georgia.
Who: 10th and 11th grade public students who have been released from the Alternative Program and 10th and 11th grade students still in the Alternative Program.
Where: state of Georgia
How (criteria): Pass and present 10th and 11th grade Alternative students enrollment in the High school. The criteria to be placed in this program is a list of behavior issue I can get from the administration
How many: 10 students total
I would still have a treatment and control group. My treatment group would be the
Alternative Students using the computer based program. My Control group would be the
students in the High school setting.
My variables would be:
Dependent: Student standardized test scores
Independent: Computerized Programming and Teacher Instruction
I could do a mix study that could include t-test to compare the mean. This study could have a focus group consisting of both students in the program and released from the program last
year. Again the study would be primer qualitative. I could survey both groups. The end
result would compare the standardized test scores from both groups.
list the Data collection instruments are used for research (e.g., tests, surveys). Such as tools
must be quality data collection tools. Researchers use two constructs to determine quality: (a)
reliability and (b) validity.