FACTORS AFFECTING CLASS ATTENDANCE OF SELECTED BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN CRUISE LINE OPERATONS STUDENTS A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of The College of hospitality Management Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science and Technology In Partial Fulfillment Of the requirement for the Subject CL-104 Research Methods with thesis writing Leading to the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Hospitality Management Major in Cruise line Operation by: VEL JOHN L. ARBON LYKA G. DAYANDANTE EMALYN JANE D. SEMANING 2013 TABLE OF CONTENTS Chapter Page 1. Problem and its Background Introduction ................................... 1 Conceptual Framework ........................... 2 Statement of the …show more content…
Specifically, this study sought to answer the following sub-problem. 1. How do the respondents assess the factors affecting theattendance problems of selected BSHM major in CruiseLine Operation Students in termsof: 1.1 Financial Problem; 1.2 Peer Pressures; 1.3 Teacher Factor; 2.4 Family Problem, 2.5 Health Problem. 2. Is there a significant difference on the assessment of the attendance problems of selected BS Cruise Line operationstudents when groupedaccording to sex? 3. Based from the findings, what recommendations maybeoffered? 5 Hypothesis This study is guided by the hypothesis that there is nosignificance difference on the assessment of the respondentson the attendance problems when grouped according to sex. Scope and Limitations of the Study This study was focused to the following: This study will focus on the assessment to theattendance problems of selectedstudents. Only the students ofBS Cruise Line Operation (BSCO).The venue of the study was at Eulogio "Amang" Rodriguez Institute of Science andTechnology (EARIST). This study will be form November 2012 toMarch 2013. Significance of the Study This
If the investigation was to be repeated again, the experimenter will be able to have similar results to the previous investigation that was conducted. In order to have the same results, the conditions must be similar, however managing the situation variable may prove to be difficult and will most likely modify the results although the chances of that happening is quite low. The improvement of participants could improve the reliability, this could be done by involving the whole school, evening out genders, collecting data from those in the same age and social
Education is a key part of people’s lives these days. Students around the world go to school to find out what their career should be, and to learn more about their job. You have to think from a student's perspective school is harder than it used to be. Now of days some kids have homework, projects, papers, and tests. A lot of times students have to work on their school work all at once. Not only has the subjects, tests, and assignments got harder. But learning if you're a different gender has a lot became harder. So it makes you think does gender impact achievement in education? Matter of face gender greatly impacts achievements in education.
At end of every school year, the subject and their parents will be seated in their empty classroom and given another informed consent form in order to interview and answer a written questionnaire. The next day the participant will come back without the parents to avoid any threat to internal validity. The participant will again be escorted to their empty classroom, asked to be seated and then be given a written questionnaire and pencil and then asked to fill out the questionnaire. The questionnaire will be regarding how they perceive the level of their parent’s involvement towards their academics on a scale of 1-not interested to 5-highly interested. Afterward, they will be interviewed and asked a series of questions about the school year and if they received any extra help, such as tutoring, this will be in order to take into account some confounding variables that could affect the grade variation between participants. At the end of the last interview, the participant and their parents will be debriefed and be told that the study will be to see if there is any significant effect between the different SES and parental involvement in academic achievement. The participant and their parents will be thanked for their participation and escorted out.
In order to obtain a non-biased sample, students at two urban secondary schools in Madrid were given anonymous self-referred questionnaires. Based off of the results from this section, the 223 students were assigned
These participants were between the ages 16 and 17. This sample has many limitations including the small sample size, age bias, gender bias and school bias. Due to these limitations the investigation lacks validity and therefore does not reflect the wider population. In order to improve the sample size random allocation should occur in order to obtain equal gender, a wide variety of ages and from different schools and areas. The sample needs to be larger as it is too small and does not provide valid responses. Sample size is important in order to gain validity and improve the overall
How does gender affect the student’s performance at my school? To figure out this question I am going to observe which gender out of boys and girls socialize the most and cause more disturbances during instructional hours of the day, interview four teachers on which gender do they believe cause more disruptions in the class, and ask boys how often do they spend time playing their game, or playing basketball outside, ask girls how much time do they spend time on Instagram, Facetime, or Snapchat, and ask how often will they study for a content assessment on a daily basis and track their performance in the
In New Zealand cruising is the fastest-growing tourism sector and has huge potential, because of the country’s popularity as a destination skyrocketing and increase in the tourist attraction. The numbers of passengers have growing by more than 250 percent in last five years. As the industry grows in New Zealand it constantly stimulates new activity and initiatives. Many ports around the country are improving their facilities to handle cruise ships. There has been a commensurate increase in international flights with passengers either joining or leaving a cruise ship in New Zealand. There is also now a dedicated cadet training programme in New Zealand, which allows navigation and engineering officer graduates to move directly into cruise related employment. In addition, cruise lines are visiting hospitality schools and technical
In general, the cruise industry will continue to search for innovative ways to increase passenger volumes, on-board expenditures and ancillary revenue streams. The keys to the cruise experience appeal include the predictability of travel cost and the ease of the vacation decision. A telephone call to a single entity - and one check - will reserve a vacation, which at a minimum typically includes on-board dining, entertainment, children's programming, accommodations, and airfare to and from points of embarkment. In addition, cruise ships have greatly improved the quality of on-board experiences with more diverse food and beverage venues, entertainment and deck activities, meeting and conference
The researcher will use a quantitative method to answer whether tardiness has a relation to the age and gender of the students. It also measures the statistical analysis of the data through the collected questionnaires and survey
The data was made up of a random sample of 150 Faber College day students. The data recorded was each student’s gender they identified with, ethnicity, class level, high school GPA,
The items will then submitted for the exploratory factor analysis by item-to-total correlations at the final AMSS which will help to differentiate the student who stayed or leaved their majors after 2 years. The researcher used the independent-samples t tests and found out all the 10 items successfully differentiate the student who stayed or leaved their majors but there probably will included other factors that affected them to do so. While, the types of reliability that they provided were internal consistency. The cronbach’s alpha of the 6 items was .94, which means the items have high reliability. The t-tests was conducted only by using the 195 declared majors’ students which available 2 years after, however other student were unavailable because of graduated or had left the college. The researcher also discovered that some students would increase their satisfaction towards their major over time. The researcher has included three types of validity in the first study: face, criterion-related, and predictive validity. In terms of face validity, the items of AMSS in the first study created based on other factors of satisfaction from earlier literature including measurement of life satisfaction (Diener et al., 1985) and job satisfaction (Ironson et al., 1989). The items of the first study was related and look like what it supposed to measure. The researcher
For the purpose of this study, 30 students will be assigned to one of two different groups, Group A and Group B. These students will be in the same grade and on respective education levels in terms of ability. Students will be ordered alphabetically by last name, and then numbered accordingly with a number between 1-30, all students in correspondence with an odd number will be placed in Group A and all students who correspond with an even number will be placed in Group B. Participates in both groups will reflect a range of abilities and learning types. All students will have been in the same classroom, learning the same material, and completing the same in class assignments and instruction.
In this present study, some student- and school variables were chosen to determine if there is any effect on students’ mathematics performance in Turkey. Gender is the first variable coming to mind when someone starts an educational research because there are not any certain statements; therefore, the influences of gender on the
HA: There is a significance difference between “STUDYING DIFFERENT FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT STUDENTS OF NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DUE TO SELECTED ACTIVITIES” in terms of their gender and age.