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A survey of student commuter attitudes toward the Boston and Maine Railroad

by Banks L. Miller

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Published .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.S.)--Boston University, 1949.

The Physical Object
Pagination79 pages
Number of Pages79
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25920628M
OCLC/WorldCa7999997

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PROCEDURE A study was made of the literature on programs for the gifted in the U.S. and of past state and national surveys of such programs. A survey form was developed and sent, under the auspices of the Massachusetts Department of Education, to all superintendents in the Commonwealth. A 93% response was eventually : Billie K. Press. The demographics of the college student population, the dearth of research on commuter students, and the pervasive negative stereotypes of commuters indicate that an appreciation of the commuter student experience is important for the future of higher education (Dugan et .

The residential-versus-commuter student comparison has been contemporaneous in higher education research since Arthur Chickering‟s classic study in However, the majority of these empirical comparisons were conducted at residential institutions or used a variety of institutions that were weighted toward residential institutions. Therefore,Cited by: 5.   Zoe Mercer-Golden. Great teaching makes a huge difference in the lives of students. But it can be challenging to understand how students view their learning environments and their teachers, and to provide actionable feedback to teachers. Let’s look at why student surveys can be a valuable source of feedback for educators, schools, and districts, and why it’s important to use an instrument.


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A survey of student commuter attitudes toward the Boston and Maine Railroad by Banks L. Miller Download PDF EPUB FB2

Student affairs administrators have taken the lack of commuter student participation in programs and events to mean that commuters are not interested in co-curricular activities (Kuh et al., ).

In their research, Kuh et al. () found that commuter students work just as hard in the classroom as their residential peers. Two areasFile Size: KB. Thank you for taking SUNY Orange's Commuter Survey. By completing the survey, you will have a chance to win a prize; either a [email protected] water bottle or a [email protected] insulated shopping bag – you pick.

A total of 50 winners will be picked at random; winners will be notified by e-mail by December 6th, Book by: J. Patrick Biddix (Ed.) Review by: Melissa Irvin, Ed.D. Director of Retention Services Tennessee Technological University. The opening sentence of the editor’s notes makes it abundantly clear why higher education practitioners need to better understand the commuter student population: “ nearly 87% of undergraduate students enrolled in postsecondary institutions lived off campus.

Option 1 Student Commuter Survey Applicable Student Commute Survey Student’s Daily Commute. Do you: Live off campus and are a full-time commuting student Yes No Begin and complete classes between am and pm Yes No Use your car for work/class assignment (not commuting) less than five times per month Yes No.

Key Takeaways. A multi-year qualitative study of undergraduates at six colleges at the City University of New York focused on how, where, and when students accomplished their academic work and how the presence or absence of access to technology helped and hindered them.; CUNY students have an average commute time of 45–60 minutes each way and typically use public.

A study of student opinions concerning experiences at Cuyahoga Community College (Ohio) was conducted in to determine whether these students differed from typical college students in attitudes, ideas, and cultural background, and whether they were satisfied with the instructional program and services at Cuyahoga.

Student attitudes toward their peers and the staff and opinions as to Author: Donald E. Greive. A commuter student was defined as a student living at home while attending UW-L. Five areas of study were pursued: (1) general information, (2) employment and finance, (3) student activities, (4) scheduling of academic program, and (5) feelings of commuters.

A questionnaire was designed to provide : Deborah Jackson Elkinton. University of Southern Maine A Member of the University of Maine System PO BoxPortland, ME USM. shares and distance traveled, and prevalent attitudes about transportation services that are available in the region.

Second, the SOC survey collects data needed to estimate the impacts of several ommuter onnections [ TERMs that might influence the population-at-large. Third, the survey examines how other commute alternative programs.

Commuter student—a college student who does not live in an on-campus institutionally-owned/approved housing, such as a residence hall or a fraternity or sorority house (Jacoby, ) Dependent commuter student— a commuter student who lives “in the home of a.

A survey of Massachusetts high school students in March compared and contrasted vocational-technical high school students with other high school students (college preparatory and general studies) in four major areas: decision to enroll in vocational-technical or in other programs, high school experiences, post-high school plans and career plans, and opinions about vocational-technical.

Institutional Factors That Pertain to Commuter Student Success Heather A. Kenney University of North Florida Dr. Katherine Kasten, Chair Department of Leadership, School Counseling, and Sport Management The purpose of this study was to explore what institutional factors affect retentionAuthor: Heather Adams Kenney.

The Commuter and Off-Campus Student Experience Survey. Registration Deadline: Aug Registration is open for the Fall administration of the Commuter and Off-Campus Student Experience Survey (COSES), a partnership between and the NCCP.

The NCCP COSES explores the opinions and experiences of commuter and off-campus students, helping. attitudes of Rowan commuter students on the issue of involvement and how important they perceive it to be to their personal experience at the campus.

The findings of this study provided new insight into commuter student involvement. Significance of the Study. The commuter population continues to increase on college campuses across theAuthor: Yamesha Woodley.

Disclaimer: Please note the percentages reflected throughout the report are of the survey respondents (San Diego intraregional commuters, Riverside intraregional commuters, and San Diego and Riverside interregional commuters).

While the results presented here are a valid and. In an effort to improve a statistics course, we want to interview randomly chosen students about their attitudes toward the class. Because there are students currently enrolled, and six instructors who teach sections of the course, a stratified sample will give the best information.

A random sample of students from a commuter college were surveyed and asked about their employment status. The results are recorded in the table below.

Test the claim that the frequencies are evenly distributed throughout the categories. Use α Attitudes toward school. The Survey of Study Habits and Attitudes (SSHA) is a psychological test that measures the motivation, attitude toward school, and study habits of students.

Scores range from 0 to The mean score for U.S. college students is about File Size: KB. Describe students' attitudes and behaviors toward textiles using information gathered from a survey instrument.

Identify differences in attitudes regarding textiles between the control and experimental groups before and after a textiles class. Identify differences in behaviors regarding textiles between the control and experimental.

the Dalhousie University Sustainability Survey Technical Report Prepared by: M.A. Habib, K.D. Leckovic & D. Richardson Prepared for: Office of Sustainability, Dalhousie University Dalhousie Transportation Collaboratory Sexton House, Room Dalhousie University Spring Garden Road B3H 4R2, Halifax, NS, Canada.

student perception surveys, identifies two effective surveys, reviews the use of such surveys for formal teacher evaluations, and comments on the use of student feedback for professional development.

Section II then contains profiles of states and school districts that utilize, or are considering utilizing, student perception Size: KB.There were no significant differences between the commuter and the residence‐hall students in regard to (a) their Cooperative sub‐scores: Level of Comprehension and Speed of Comprehension, (b) their scores on the Brown‐Holtzman Survey of Study Habits and Attitudes, (c) the number of students who worked for pay or participated in Cited by: 9.Contract.

Contract; Important Dates and Deadlines; Health Insurance Agreement; Class Size Grievance; BTU Inclusion Settlement Summary.