Davao, Philippines -- A group of researchers from University of the Immaculate Conception released a survey form asking targeted respondents to provide honest feedback and answers about "Online Learning Behavior of Students in Davao City". The group's initiative mainly focuses in gathering substantial factors affecting the behavior of the students towards online classes brought by the pandemic crisis that has disrupted different global institutions.

Group 1 from Grade 12- St.Elizabeth, at the University of the Immaculate Conception encourages wide participation of its targeted respondents of their study in Online Learning Behavior of Students. This would allow them to fully utlize the data to conduct thorough analysis, measurement, and interpretation whether there is a strong correlation of different variables affecting the online learning curve of students or none as the government continues to drive remote learning setup.

The survey questions are listed via Google forms, one of the most reliable platforms in gathering data from several participants. The research team recommends to complete the answers in 15 minutes. Please note that you need to login to your Gmail email for you to proceed with the questionnaire.

You might want to read the details of the survey before you proceed so you will have full understanding on the purpose of the study, procedures, and confidentiality clause on data privacy. The front page also includes investigator's contact information at which you can raise your clarifications and other relevant concerns.

The researchers behind this program are Eve Angel O. Angeles, Jan Ysabel A. Castro, Giordan I. Gallardo, Florelyn Key R. Gocotano, Lucy Jeanne L. Merquita, Mark Anthony T. Oliverio, Ma. Lilynne M. Tarculas, and Aron Karlo J. Yurango.

Posted by Felipe Curae in National News, Health & Science

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