SURVEY QUESTIONS

STUDENTS
1. Do you prefer a mix class or single gender class?
2. How do you fehavingel being in a class with a single gender or mixed gender class?
3. Can you share more about what is happening in your class and what do you think would happen if your class is a single gender class/mixed gender class ?
4. Why do you think the ratio of the boys to girls in our school is 3:1?
5. Do you prefer having more girls or boys in your class? Why?
6. Do you think that having a mixed/single gender class would affect your studies?




TEACHERS
1. Would you prefer teaching a mix class or a single gender class. Why?
2. Do you think it will be easier for single gender class or mixed class to focus when teaching?
3. Do you think that it would help if different gender students were to work together in a project?
4. Do you think students can work better in a mix class or single gender class?





PRINCIPAL
1) how do you think the gender of the school would affect the overall results of the school?
2) How do you think the gender of the school affects the overall outlook of the school?
3) Is there any particular reason why you made the ratio of the boys to girls in school 3:1?
4) Why did you decide to make the school a mixed gender instead of a single gender school?
5) Why do you think that there is a huge difference between the number of girls and boys in SST?



PARENTS
1. Would you prefer your child going to mix school or single gender school? Why?

2. Do you think that the ratio of boys to girls would affect your child’s ability to learn?

25 July RESEARCH QUESTION

Research Topic / Area:


Relationships

Our research question is:
A study into the boys and girls ratio on the school life of SST students.

18 July PREPARATION WORK

A. What is the difference between Primary and Secondary types of information? When are they useful to us?
B. What is the difference between Popular and Scholarly types of information? When are they useful to us?
C. What are the different formats of information?

11 July OUR IDEAS

Ideas for our IRS project

Our Ideas:

1) How much do the school invest in workshops or programmes that helps students?
2) How can we strengthen our bonds with other staffs and cleaners such that they would feel more comfortable working?
3) How can students show more respect to students and teachers?

11 July OUR DISCUSSION



4 July WHAT IS APPLIED RESEARCH?

Applied research refers to scientific studies and research that seeks to solve practical problems. Applied research is used to find solutions to everyday problems, cure illness, and develop innovative technologies. Psychologists working in human factors or industrial/organisational fields often do this type of research.
Unlike basic research, applied research aims to address and answer real-world problems. Importantly, applied research is, like basic research, based on previous theory. Examples of applied research topics include persuasion, eyewitness memory, clinical treatments of psychological disorders, behavioural interventions for children with autism.

SI HUI XD ~~ MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST

Members in Group E

Class: S1-08
Group:E
Project Manager: Gabriel
Multi-media manager : Si Hui
Research Manager: Gloria
Communications Manager: Haris & Chong lin 

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