Research Presentation keynote (not yet result)

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Our current research status is under the process of data collection. Our questionnaire that show in this slide is the beta version and may not being use in our actual form of our questionnaire.

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Research Presentation keynote (not yet result)

  1. 1. 4Web version Apr 2012 A study on student behavior and academic performance *not yet the result of study but the design of research with sampling design.
  2. 2. Today’s outlineWhy this studyResearch questionHypothesisSignificant of studyLiterature reviews Research Methodology Sampling design Tools QuestionnaireEvaluation of data & Difficulty of research and then… Q&A
  3. 3. Why this study?
  4. 4. What people think we do?
  5. 5. What people think we do?
  6. 6. What our parents think we do?
  7. 7. What we actually do?
  8. 8. What we actually do?
  9. 9. Research Question1 In what way that students (in certain cases) who hardly or almost never attended the class have better grades than some students who had frequently attended class? Measurement variable: the number of attendances time of students and the result of grades2 What are the differences of the daily time allocations for each activity of students with higher grades and others with lower grades do outside their studies? Measurement variable: time consuming on activities outside the classes
  10. 10. Research Question (con.)3 What are the factors/elements that make a student have high or lower grades? Measurement variable: times spending on reading books and attaining the classes, the perception levels on the courses4 Does the positive relationship between a student and a professor lead the former to be more dedicated to the teachings of the latter and finally receive a better grade than others one who are otherwise? Measurement variable: the number of time spending on students’ conversation to the their instructors and their grade results
  11. 11. Hypothesis There is a relationship between students’ behavior and academic performance. Academic performance = Positive behavioral factor . Negative behavioral factor
  12. 12. Significant of Study• The research shall examine the grade of students and their behavior among BMIR students in Tha Phra Chan campus, Thammasat University. It shall probe the differences in the students’ characteristic that reflect in what they actually do in daily life within and outside of campus.• It could be suspected that the linkage of their behavior and the range of their grade are somehow interrelated with each other. The output of the research will be to illustrate the notion of what factors in students behavior could influence the outcome of study performance.
  13. 13. Significant of Study• This research is expected to help BMIR students to acknowledge what kind of learning behavior will enable them to enhance their full capacity of learning and their understanding of the lectures they attend. The research will examine if students can change their behavior self- influence. Thus, the results of this research may motivate BMIR students to attain higher capability to understand the details of their study.
  14. 14. Research MethodologyMethodology type: Quantitative Methodology Survey (Structural Questionnaire) Stratified Sample (6 strata*) BMIR1 Male BMIR1 Female BMIR2 Male BMIR2 Female BMIR3 Male BMIR3 Female
  15. 15. Sampling designTarget population: current BMIR studentsParameters of interest: the linkage between students’ behavior and their education performanceSampling frame: current database of BMIR students with all academic yearSampling method: Probability Sampling (Stratified Sampling)Size of Sampling: not large number but it should represent the heterogeneous of population in order to observe the actual ratio and actual characteristic behavior of population via sample.
  16. 16. Sampling designPopulation size: 276 unitsMargin of error: 5 %Formula for Sample size = N/(1+Ne²) = 276/(1+276x.05²) = 163.313609467455621... ~ 163 units*(Pagoso, et al. p. 46)Sample proportion = Sample size/population = 163/276 = .059057971014492... ~ 59.058%Confidence level = 95 %Confidence interval = 4.84Strata = 6 sub-group 59%
  17. 17. Sampling designAgent in each sub-group with 276 agents (actual pop.) Sub-group Ratio Unit BMIR#1 Male 11.59420... % 32 BMIR#1 Female 14.49275... % 40 BMIR#2 Male 18.84057... % 52 BMIR#2 Female 26.08695... % 72 BMIR#3 Male 11.23188... % 31 BMIR#3 Female 17.75362... % 49
  18. 18. Sampling designProportional representation in each sample with 163 agents Sub-group Ratio Unit BMIR#1 Male 11.59420... % 18.89584... (19) BMIR#1 Female 14.49275... % 23.62318... (24) BMIR#2 Male 18.84057... % 30.71012...(31) BMIR#2 Female 26.08695... % 42.52172... (42) BMIR#3 Male 11.23188... % 18.30796... (18) BMIR#3 Female 17.75362... % 28.93840... (29)
  19. 19. Q1Tools for data collection Hardware Software
  20. 20. Questionnaire Demo
  21. 21. How is the students behavior related to their academic performance?Thanks for your interest to participant in our questionnaire in this research program.In order to continue, we suggest you to read the following statement carefully for your own interest.If you admit the following statement please click on the below "continue" button.Statement of PrivacyYou are adhered to this statement if you have click "continue" in this page. When you share informationwith us, be ensure that what you had provided will be kept as anonymous. We want you to be clear howwe’re using information and the ways in which you can protect your privacy. We guarantee your right overthe information you had provided to us to check the validity of the outcome of research that is free frombias of the researchers. Thus, you have right to recall for the outcome of research.Detail of researchThis research is part of the Social Science Methodology course (PO300), BMIR program, Faculty of PoliticalScience, Thammasat University. The research concerns about the academic grade of students affected bytheir behaviour. In certain situations, the score of some people who attend the class regularly were lessthan some other people who attend rarely. Thus, you can be assumed that student attendance alonecannot contribute to academic performance. Thus, the research shall examine the grade of students andtheir behaviour among BMIR students in Tha Phra Chan campus, Thammasat University. It shall probe thedifferences in the students’ characteristic that reflect in what they actually do in daily life within andoutside of campus. It could be suspected that the linkage of their behaviour and the range of their gradeare somehow interrelated with each other. The output of the research will be to illustrate the notion ofwhat factors in students behaviour could influence the outcome of study performance.
  22. 22. How is the students behavior related to their academic performance?* RequiredQuestionnaire Page 1Please read the question clearly and answer the questionWhich is your academic year? *If you are BMIR#1, select 1. If you are BMIR#2, select2. If you are BMIR#3, select 3. 1 2 3What is your gender? *Your gender by birthMaleFemaleWhat is your current GPA? *4.0 - 3.53.49 - 3.02.99 - 1.51.49 - 0How often are you absent from class in each semester? * 01-56-10More than 10Powered by Google DocsReport Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms
  23. 23. How is the students behavior related to their academic performance? * Required Questionnaire Page 1.5 Please read the question clearly and answer the question What is the reason for being absent? You can choose more than one Im busy. I dislike the lecturer and/or his method of teaching I have lots of work to do. I dont like this course/class. I have family problems. I have problems about transportation. Other: Powered by Google DocsReport Abuse - Terms of Service - Additional Terms(There are more pages of questionnaire which we intentionally not to include in this keynote)
  24. 24. Evaluation of data Spread sheet CSV file
  25. 25. Behavior affecting academic Sales performance Positive effect Negative effect *The simulation of data
  26. 26. Difficulties of study1. Time consuming lead to reduction of the validity ofsource; there are few devices to gather the raw data.2. The collaboration in the target survey [ Subjects maygive invalid information ]3. The experience of subjects in BMIR life4. Bias in the Data collecting process5. Bias in Sampling Design.6. The Error in evaluation process
  27. 27. Q&A
  28. 28. Thank you

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