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  1. Bullying: Health and Intervention ElyssaLazu Ed 7202T Action Research Midterm

  2. Table Of Contents • Research Design • Threats to Internal/External Validity • Proposed Data (Slide 5-6) • Sample Questions Pre/Post Survey (Slide 7-8) • References

  3. Research Design • Research Design: Pre-Experimental • One-Group Pretest-Posttest Design • Symbolic Design: OXO • Single group is pretested (O), exposed to a treatment (X), and post tested (O). • The same treatment will be given to one group, three times a week, in the morning, for a four week period. • Students will sit together on carpet for the read aloud and role play

  4. Threats Internal Validity External Validity History: Student/teacher absence Instrumentation: Surveys can have fake answers or misinterpretations Maturation: Loss of interest due to fatigue etc. Testing/Pre-testing Sensitization: hints regarding post-test Selection Maturation Interaction: students differ, possibly repetitive Pre-test treatment: Students try to remember questions from pre-test Experimenter Effects: Researcher Bias with high to low mean Reactive arrangement: Try harder because of the testing notion

  5. Proposed Data Analysis: This graph expresses a positive fair/ common correlation between the amount of visits to the nurses officeand bullying victimization. The more visits to the nurses office can mean the child is being frequently victimized by a bully.

  6. Proposed Data • The bar graph represents that bullying being a problem reduced significantly by post-test

  7. Sample Questions Pre/PostSurvey Preferences 1. I believe it is important to stop bullying. Strongly Disagree Disagree AgreeStrongly Agree [1] [2] [3][4] 2. I feel bullying is only when you physically hurt someone. Strongly Disagree Disagree Agree Strongly Agree [1] [2] [3] [4]

  8. Sample Questions Pre/PostSurvey Cont’d Frequencies • How often has someone used words to make you feel afraid or guilty? Never Sometimes Most of the time Always [1] [2][3] [4] • How often do you visit the nurse’s office to avoid a mean person? Never Sometimes Most of the time Always [1] [2] [3] [4]

  9. References Brock, S.E. (n.d.) Experimental Research Powerpoint. California State University, Sacramento. Retrieved from http://www.csus.edu/indiv/b/brocks/courses/EDS%20250/EDS%20250/powerpoint/PDFs/Presentation%209.pdf O’Connor-Petruso,S. (2013). Descriptive Statistic Threats to Validity [Powerpoint slides]. Retrieved from https://bbhos.cuny.edu/webapps/portal/frameset