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Students' Attitudes towards Accents : a Qualitative Study
This present study gathers qualitative data on the attitudes of UWEC students towards professors' accents. The issue of teacher intelligibility is frequently discussed in popular websites, such as ratemyprofessor.com, which ...
Investigation of Student Attitudes and Understanding in General Chemistry
The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of adding one inquiry-based laboratory experiment, in place of a traditional verification "cookbook" laboratory experiment, on student attitudes and understanding on ...
Politics, Education and Student Voice
Many states are facing unprecedented budget shortfalls, and elected officials are implementing a variety of solutions to the problem. Cuts to education directly affect educators at all levels and will likely affect students ...
College Students' Attitudes About Cohabitation Before Marriage
One purpose of this study is to investigate college students' attitudes about cohabitation before and after exposure to research findings about disadvantages of cohabitation. A second purpose is to investigate the relationship ...
Student and Faculty View of Learning with Technology : Implications for Teaching.
This poster reports the results of a survey distributed via email to all student and faculty on campus during the 2007 semester. The survey was designed to gather student and faculty ratings related to preferred ways of ...
College Students' Attitudes Toward and Knowledge of Disabilities : Does Religiosity Matter?
The purpose of this study was to examine college students' attitudes toward and knowledge of disabilities.
To Complain or Exclaim? Students' Use of RateMyProfessors.com.
RateMyProfessors.com launched in 1999 as an avenue for students to offer public ratings and commentary about their university instructors. Past research pertaining to the website has focused specifically on the ratings and ...
Attitudes Toward Language Variation and the Liberal Arts.
In this pilot study, we empirically assess students' attitudes with respect to several myths of English usage in the United States, including the myths that language use reflects a speaker's intelligence and that only ...
Watching Your Drink: How the Use of Preventative Measures Relates to the Consequences of Drinking.
The purpose of this study is to analyze practices and attitudes towards alcohol use among University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire students. The objectives of this project include determining why students drink, identifying ...