The Importance of Attendance in an Introductory Textile Science CourseJournal of Family & Consumer Sciences
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AbstractABSTRACT This article discusses a survey conducted to examine the complaints and struggles of students in an introductory textile science course at Iowa State University. The survey was given to students prior to the final examination and included questions related to the Grade Point Average (GPA) as well as study habits. The study revealed the correlation between examination grade and seating location.
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Citation InformationSara Marcketti, Xinxin Wang and Kate Greder. "The Importance of Attendance in an Introductory Textile Science Course" Journal of Family & Consumer Sciences Vol. 105 Iss. 1 (2013) p. 47 - 49
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