Monday, 16 September 2013

Method of conducting this research

Our method in conducting this research is to use a survey and we target audience of our school's cohorde level, Secondary 1.

Monday, 26 August 2013

About us

My group consist of:

Me: Multimedia Manager
Haady: Research Manager
Clarie: Communications Manager
Vernen: Project Manager

Monday, 29 July 2013



Task 2 Research: SST Student to teacher relationship affecting academic results (updated into a new post)

Investigation on Student - Teacher Relationship

This research is related to Relationships. This research aims to find out how Student-Teacher relationship affects academic results.

Generated Essential Questions:

1) Are the teachers and students aware of each of their situations?(eg. how they feel thus   treated suitably)

2) Can our relationship be improved for the better of our academic results? How and it ways possible?

3) What is the most suitable, friendly and yet respectful manner to treat each other to help better achieve academic results?

4) Is more time needed to spend on relationship or is it too much?

7) What are the factors affecting the results of students, from relationships between teachers and students.

5) How will the level of relationship between students and teachers and their academic results affect their lives now and after they leave the school?

6) Will the type of student/teacher being taught/teaching affect the exam results of students?

7) What are the factors affecting the results of students, from relationships between teachers and students.

Finalised Ranking of Essential Questions:

-7, 2, 1, 5, 6, 4, 3

Justification write-up:  Relevancy

The relationship between a student and the teacher is important as it affects our environment and our education. Of course, years of education in school, each student will definitely have various factors from other students that affect . Having a good relationship with a teacher is important thus the teacher can understand and help students out more. This is a good topic to research on as this helps to find out more and understand each other better, improving academic results for students. A positive relationship can vary to set a learning experience encouraging the students to learn, having them in active participation. A teacher and student who have good communication skill between one another and respect for each other will establish a positive relationship in the classroom.Teachers who demonstrate respect towards their students, will have active learners in their classroom.

Search related Articles:

Improving students' relationships with teachers has important, positive and long-lasting implications for students' academic and social development. Solely improving students' relationships with their teachers will not produce gains in achievement in exams . However, those students who have close, positive and supportive relationships with their teachers will attain higher levels of achievement than those students with more conflictual relationships. If a student feels a personal connection to a teacher, experiences frequent communication with a teacher, and receives more guidance and praise than criticism from the teacher, then the student is likely to become more trustful of that teacher, show more engagement in the academic content presented, display better classroom behavior, and achieve at higher levels academically. Positive teacher-student relationships draw students into the process of learning and promote their desire to learn


Methodology, feasibility and manageability:

Our method of doing this report is by interviewing students and teachers from S1-03 as they are the target audience of this project, how they feel about the class’ academics results and what lacks regarding the relationship.

Procedures and Data analysis:

We are going to gather the data by interviewing students and teachers from s1-03 about their views on this topic, asking them some of the essential questions. Data will be collated and presented in a short video. To analyse the data, we will share our opinions/views and what the majority of students and teachers think about the relationship between each other, affecting the class’ academic results.

~Team Baocai S1-03

Monday, 22 July 2013

Task 2 Research: Video Draft Proposal

As we are students ourselves, we can easily portray the students perspective when making this video. So in this video, i would focus more on the teachers' side than the students' side. This way students will reflect on what they have done in the past to their teachers.

Our research aims to let everyone have a better understanding on how important student to teacher relationship is. So with the stated method above, we can let students relate to their daily lives and let them have a better understanding on what are they doing.


Task 2 Instuctions: Research

Group assignment:
Your group post must have the following components.

  • Blog post title - Same as your research title
  • Research title e.g. "An investigation of food wastage by SST Students."
  • Aims of research - "This research is related to.... (state which Big Idea). It aims to ..... (list which essential questions you intend to address)"
  • Subject(s) of study - "This research will study a group of students.. / five students who are... "
  • Relevancy of research

  1. Why is your research important?
  2. How does it contribute to existing body of knowledge?
  3. How does your research contribute to/impact the society or community? 

  • Cite related articles (as evidence in support of your research)
  • Explain the feasibility and manageability of your research
  • Methodology
  1. How are you going to gather data?
  2. How are you going to collate data?
  3. How are you going to sift and sort data i.e. which data is important?

Data Analysis

  1. How are you going to analyse the data?
  2. How are you going to present the data?

Task 1 (Big Idea): Vernen Lim

Big idea:Behavior

Is our behavior with one another acceptable?
How can we better improve our behavior with one another?