The survey focused on the views of parents, students and teachers regarding the impact of online home work in education with a focus on how online home work affects student performance and academic grades. The survey methodology used included a questionnaire distributed to the sample of the survey sample and interviews with respondents. Questionnaires were distributed to 90 parents, 90 students, and 45 teachers where the interview was done with 3 students, 2 parents, and only one primary teacher. The data collected is used in a research paper titled “Online Homework and Student Achievement and Academic Grades: How Do Online Home Work Affect Student Performance and Academic Grades?”
The most common type of data collected in this study was that of high school students. This data came from a survey question where students were asked if they are familiar with online home work and whether or not it influences their grades in school. Most of them agreed that online work in school influences their grades in school, but some did not know whether or not it influences their grades in school. They were also asked if they would like to do home work for an online survey.
After answering the survey, these respondents were given three surveys. These surveys consisted of an online survey asking them questions regarding homework in school and an in-person questionnaire where they answer general questions. The data gathered was divided between the student, teacher, and parent group. Students that answered the survey on their own provided more responses than those that participated in an interview where they were interviewed separately. The results of the survey showed that students that participated in an interview where they were interviewed separately performed better on the test.
The results also showed that the results are influenced by the type of subjects that are studied by the student’s performance in these subjects. The student who studied history and literature did better on the test when compared to the other subjects that were studied in history and literature. The student that studied math and science also did better on the test when compared to other subjects that were studied.
The survey was conducted to determine whether or not online home work affects the performance of students. This research was conducted after the results were found that there are certain aspects that can affect the outcome of studies.
This important data is used in a paper titled “Online Home Work and Its Effect on Student Achievement and Academic Grades.” It was published in 2006.