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The Role of Co-Curriculur Activity (CCA) in the Development of High Ability Learners: The Pupils' Perspective

   

Project Type: Practitioner Inquiry - Autonomous
Discipline: Others - CCA
Duration: 09/2011 - 11/2011
Domain: Programme Evaluation - CCA


Abstract:


Past research in the US has shown that pupils who participate in extracurricular activities experience positive outcomes and benefits. But this area has received little research attention in Singapore, especially of the high ability learners. This study aims to investigate the high ability girls’ perspective of how Co-Curriculur Activities (CCA) can or has contributed to their development. Surveys and focused group discussions which explores three domains (1) the meaning of CCA to a HAL, (2) the learning experiences from being involved in CCA, (3) the HAL aspirations through involvement in CCA.

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Research Personnel:


Role Name Department
Investigator Ms Marriette Ong Physical Education
Advisor Mrs Mary George Cheriyan PeRL

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