Importance Of College Observation

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Conducting a short observational, I will watch students and faculty at South College to see if health care students chose to use stairs or an elevator to go to the upper floor classrooms. Tracking if gender, extra weight like books, and whether they are going up or down floors effects the choices they make. Weighting the results and coming up with the percentages to see if health care students chose the healthy option when it comes to stairs or elevators.

Stairs Versus Elevator Usage at South College
Ever wonder if people when given a choice, will do what is better for them or what is the easier option. I attended a Privet college where a large portion of the student body is learning about the health care field. Being healthcare students and having inside knowledge I am curious to find if students take the easy route to classes by means of the elevator, or do they take the healthy route by taking the stairs. During this short observational report, I predict that most students will choose the elevator. I make this prediction based on a few factors like lots of books to carry, tired from full-time classes and most
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The number is smaller because I believe the timing of my observation and the timing of when classes let out, also because more facility seemed to use the stairs earlier in my observation. Of these eighty-seven, seventy-one were female and sixteen were male. Of the seventy-one females, thirty-eight chose the stairs. Of the sixteen males, eleven used the stairs. As before the females and males both who chose the stairs were carrying nothing more than a few books or backpacks. Of the remaining thirty-one females that chose the elevator twelve had some sort of wheeled carry bag that again would have hindered the use of the stairs and as before the remaining five males who used the elevator had no wheeled bags or anything to hinder the use of the

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