Intel Research Program

Survey # 1

Senior student researcher has created two surveys that will test how parental expectations influence students' grades. It is asked that both students and one of their parents complete these surveys. The survey will take approximately 5-10 minutes and the results will be analyzed and used to understand the degree to which parental expectations influence students' performance in school.

Student Survey:
Parent Survey:

Survey # 2

Project aimed at conducting social science research in the Intel Program. The topic is bullying and specifically, if there is a correlation between bullying frequency and the level of difficulty of a class. In this study, the researcher is seeking to survey both honors/AP students and regents/regular students to figure out if academic success is an indicator of the frequency of school bullying (physical, verbal, and relational bullying).
This survey could be helpful in measuring the effectiveness of the anti-bullying programs the school has in place. The same survey could be distributed at the beginning and at the end of the school year to see whether a change has occurred in bullying frequency. The findings of this survey could be used to demonstrate the effectiveness of anti-bullying programs.

Survey Link
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Survey # 3

Researching modern consumer shopping habits (buying online vs in store). Researcher is exploring the reasons why one method is preferred over the other, which one is becoming the universally preferred method, and why people may choose both. This survey opens a world to shopping that may even cause you to leave with a different perspective on shopping. Please take it as honestly as possible and to the best of your ability.

We greatly appreciate Plainedge parents taking this as well.

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