The effect of distance from cafeteria on teachers diet
Effect of Distance of Cafeteria on Teachers’ Diet<br />By: Carlo Alvarez, MohaidAsad, Jaime de Jesus, Andrea Fiechter, Isabel Wilson<br />
Introduction<br />Area of experiment:<br /> International School Manila<br />Floors 1, 2, 3 of teacher’s classroom<br />Main food source at the 1st floor<br />
Research Question<br />Does the distance of the cafeteria to the teacher’s room affect their diet?<br />Hypothesis:<br />If teachers are father from the cafeteria, then their diets will be more likely to be from home, or will use portable packaging to get food. If the teachers are closer to the cafeteria, their food will mainly be from the cafeteria. <br />
Investigation Methods <br />Electronic surveys were sent to all teachers using surveymonkey.com because it’s the quickest way to get results. <br />After receiving all the answers, we chose a specific number of teachers’ answers to get a sample. <br />
Investigation Methods pt. 2:<br />Questions:<br />Do You Have a Specific Diet?<br />Do You Rely On the Caf To give You Your Food?<br />Do You Think Your Room is Too Far From the Caf?<br />How often do you visit the Caf? (per day)<br />
Conclusion<br />Hypothesis Confirmed<br />No Teachers thought Cafeteria was too far (except for third)<br />First Floor: 64% YES<br />Second Floor: 40% YES<br />Third Floor: 33% YES<br />
Bibliography<br />Mamilsally. ISM Campus. Digital image. Wikipilipinas. Web. 25 Jan. 2011. http://en.wikipilipinas.org/index.php?title=Image:International_school_manila.gif><br />School Lunch. Digital image. Modern Medical Guide. 2010. Web. 2 Feb. 2011. http://modernmedicalguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/school-lunch.jpg<br /> School Lunch. Digital image. Modern Medical Guide. 2010. Web. 2 Feb. 2011. <http://modernmedicalguide.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/01/school-lunch.jpg>. <br />
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