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Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research

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1996

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National College Health Risk Behavior Survey Of Western Washington University Students, Spring, 1995, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Patricia M. Fabiano, Joseph E. Trimble Aug 1996

National College Health Risk Behavior Survey Of Western Washington University Students, Spring, 1995, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Patricia M. Fabiano, Joseph E. Trimble

Office of Survey Research

In May, 1995, the National College Health Risk Behavior Survey-developed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)-was mailed to 1,000 randomly selected Western Washington University students. The final tally of completed forms was 482, a 48.2% survey response rate. The National College Health Risk Behavior Survey was established by the CDC to monitor the prevalence of behaviors most influencing the health of college students. In addition to Western students, the survey was administered to over 10,000 representative college students nationwide. (Baseline data from that administration was not available at the time of the publication ...


Wwu Lifestyles Project Follow-Up: Patterns Of Alcohol And Drug Consumption And Consequences Among Western Washington University Students, Patricia M. Fabiano, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Scott C. (Scott Carl) Bates, Joseph E. Trimble Feb 1996

Wwu Lifestyles Project Follow-Up: Patterns Of Alcohol And Drug Consumption And Consequences Among Western Washington University Students, Patricia M. Fabiano, Gary (Gary Russell) Mckinney, Scott C. (Scott Carl) Bates, Joseph E. Trimble

Office of Survey Research

Executive Summary: In response to both internal and national findings and concerns, the first Western Washington University Lifestyles Project Survey of alcohol and drug usage among Western students was conducted in 1992 as part of the University's on-going effort (a) to investigate students' college experience both in and out of the classroom; (b) to enhance those experiences which lead to personal and academic success; and (c) to reduce risk factors jeopardizing student success. The 1995 WWU Lifestyles Project Survey follow-up has the same goals as its predecessor. Both surveys were administered to random samples of students across all years ...


Library Survey Returning Students, Fall 1996, Western Washington University. Office Of Survey Research Jan 1996

Library Survey Returning Students, Fall 1996, Western Washington University. Office Of Survey Research

Office of Survey Research

A survey of Western libraries intended to provide a base of information to help guide an in-depth assessment and planning effort aimed at improving Western's library system.


Library Survey Students Entering Fall, 1996, Western Washington University. Office Of Survey Research Jan 1996

Library Survey Students Entering Fall, 1996, Western Washington University. Office Of Survey Research

Office of Survey Research

A survey of Western libraries Freshmen intended to provide a base of information to help guide an in-depth assessment and planning effort aimed at improving Western's library system.


The Effect Of Assessment Procedures On Student Learning Outcomes In Religious Education In One Catholic Secondary School In Western Australia, Philip F. Cox Jan 1996

The Effect Of Assessment Procedures On Student Learning Outcomes In Religious Education In One Catholic Secondary School In Western Australia, Philip F. Cox

Theses: Doctorates and Masters

This study investigates the effect of utilising formal assessment procedures on student learning in the religious education classroom. There is a debate in the religious education literature concerning the place of assessment in religious education. This debate is reflected in the divisions that occur amongst teachers of religious education in Catholic schools. The debate has been polarised with an uncertain group being left between the two extremes. Teachers of religious education in Catholic schools are uncertain as to the best teaching methodology to utilise. This thesis outlines the philosophical arguments concerning the place of assessment in religious education in Catholic ...