Youth Experience Matters research study
- Youth Experience Matters: Participation in physical activity by young people with physical disability is a national study of young people with physical disability in Ireland, aiming to understand their participation in physical activity and their ideas and priorities for future participation.
How can you help?
- Watch the promotional video that sums up our project up in 90 seconds and share it on social media: Youth Experience Matters
- Direct colleagues, students, and their parents to our study’s website. Here, they can see details about the study: www.youthexperiencematters.eu.
- If you’d like more information or would prefer to access and share printed (rather than electronic) study materials, please let me know.
Alternatively, just get in touch with us to share your thoughts! You can contact me directly or the Principal Investigator of Youth Experience Matters Dr.Ailish Malone email@example.com.
We are trying to build a community around this research, with wide involvement, and appreciate all perspectives.
FAO – PE Teachers in Ireland
Survey examining Resistance Exercise/Muscle Strengthening in Schools
FAO – PE Teachers in Ireland
💪 Please complete our short survey examining Resistance Exercise/Muscle Strengthening in Schools
⏱️ 10-15 minutes
Investigating the relationship between mental health and job satisfaction among post primary teachers
We are a group of final year students in DCU studying Physical Education and Biology. We are carrying out our final year project, investigating the relationship between mental health and job satisfaction among post primary teachers (including final year student teachers) with varying years of experience.
We are collecting data through an anonymous survey, which will approximately take 15 minutes.
The requirements for taking part in this study are as following:
Participants must be over the age of 18
(A).Currently teaching at least 1 practical subject listed below
(B).Final year student teachers studying a practical subject below
For the purpose of this study practical subjects are as follows: Physical Education, Science (Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Agricultural Science.), Construction Studies (wood work), Engineering (metal work), Home Economics, Art, Music and Design and Communication Graphics.
Please find the link for this survey below:
We would really appreciate your help in circulating this survey to the relevant cohort.
Many thanks in advance for your time and assistance.
Perceptions that PE teachers have of Developmental Language Disorder
Why is this survey being done?
My name is Kate Sweeney and I’m an undergraduate speech and language therapy student at Trinity College Dublin. I am investigating the perceptions that second-level PE teachers have of Developmental Language Disorder (DLD), a disorder that impacts the ability to understand and use language, for my final year research project. I am conducting this research to gain an insight into the affect language difficulties may have on student’s PE participation.
Survey details and link below: