When conducting quantitative research, surveys are a valuable tool used to gather information that can later be converted into numerical data. It is essential that the surveys you create are effective, and there are many regulations that should be followed, as simple as the idea of a survey may seem. From selecting a proper target audience, deciding the method of delivery, avoiding misleading or confusing questions, and calculating your response rate, your surveys must be carefully planned out and thoughtfully constructed. Learn how to format a successful survey through an easy and informative lesson.
I have experience researching and creating many successful surveys during my time as a Sociology student at the University of Delaware. I spent many semesters gathering quantitative data and learned the best methods of surveying in doing so.
For the first session you should have an idea of what you want to gain from your survey, some example questions, and materials to write with.