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MSc survey (need ur help)

Discussion in 'Scotland - education news' started by MastersS, Jul 10, 2011.

  1. Dear all,
    I am an MSc student at the Faculty of Engineering, University of Strathclyde, in the Design Manufacture and Engineering Management Department. Currently, I am working on my MSc project, which aims to investigate the impact of augmented reality on children?s creativity, and I have constructed a survey to elicit views on this research area. The survey will be distributed to parents and teachers, the results will be made publicly available, and the anonymity of individual respondents will be strictly maintained.
    This work will contribute to a better understanding of children?s creativity, both within the UK and internationally. It should also help us to understand how this new technology may be used to positively contribute children?s creativity and early years education.
    The survey consists of two different parts: one for teachers and the other for parents. I would be very grateful if you could complete them.

    For teachers kindly please complete the following survey

    For parents kindly please complete the following survey

    Should you need any further information or have questions about this survey, please contact me directly. I will be grateful for all the assistance you can provide.

    Banan Bamoallem
    MSc Digital Creativity

    ? Link to the survey
  2. xmal

    xmal Occasional commenter

    "Has there been any recognizable change in the attitudes of the children since using the curriculum of excellence which includes interactive and enjoyable education experiences?"
  3. Sorry, but although I'm usually willing to help researchers, I couldn't make it past the first page of your survey. Your first question is so badly expressed that it's impossible so understand what you mean, much less answer it, and on that basis I wasn't prepared to proceed. I suggest you revisit your questionnaire, making sure that your questions are written in accurate and plain English. Taking the time and trouble to get your questionnaire right is an act of basic courtesy towards respondents and might get you more responses!

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