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ERIC Number: ED459215
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2001
Pages: 39
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Questionnaire Surveys: Four Survey Instruments in Educational Research.
Inoue, Yukiko
This paper presents four questionnaire surveys administered in educational research. Each of the questionnaires is followed by a brief research report with an abstract and summary statistics. The first survey, "Guam Undergraduate Women Questionnaire," explores the status aspiration and gender awareness of undergraduate women in Guam. Responses of 11 women provide a profile of female undergraduates, but do not show significant differences between Chamorro (Guam ethnic group) and non-Chamorro women. The second questionnaire, the "Computer-Assisted Instruction Questionnaire," was developed in 1995 to identify and prioritize the factors influencing a university faculty's use of computer-assisted instruction in Singapore. Responses of 62 faculty members show the inhibitors and facilitators of using computer assisted instruction. The third questionnaire, the "Diversity and Multiculturalism Questionnaire," was developed in 1999 to determine the attitudes of the faculty of the University of Guam toward multicultural education, with a focus on diversity, ethnicity, and pluralism. Responses from 104 faculty members showed no significant differences among teachers of various ethnic groups toward multicultural education. The final questionnaire, the "Multicultural Education Questionnaire," was developed in 2000 to analyze the theory and practice of multiculturalism in higher education in Guam, focusing on faculty strategies in incorporating multicultural pedagogic strategies at an American Pacific island university. Sixty-five faculty members responded, with most expressing support for and interest in multicultural education. (SLD)
Publication Type: Reports - Research; Tests/Questionnaires
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Guam