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analysis of certain attitudes of selected elementary and junior high school teachers.

Neil R. Lovelace

analysis of certain attitudes of selected elementary and junior high school teachers.

by Neil R. Lovelace

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Teachers -- Rating of.,
  • Attitude (Psychology)

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsLB2838 .L6
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 69 l.
    Number of Pages69
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL202134M
    LC Control Numbera 52005046
    OCLC/WorldCa17848768

    The attitudes of these teachers towards the practice of inclusion greatly influences the successful of inclusion itself. In this study the attitudes of teachers towards inclusion was investigated. Findings indicated that teachers’ attitudes towards inclusion are split. Teachers’ attitudes towards specific disabilities are clear. Superintendents from 36 public school systems were identified to receive questionnaires and they each selected three eighth-grade teachers and three principals to complete questionnaires as well. Respondents were to have direct knowledge of the administration of the eighth-grade diagnostic basic skills test (a minimum competency test).

    questions was compiled bythis group of 16 inservice teachers with varying levels of experience and expertise. The majority ofteachers taught atthe elementary level. One junior high, one high school teacher and one school librarian also enrolled in the course. . How can these attitudes impact your day at school? 3. Discuss negative attitudes. Examples such as: makes excuses for not The following fourteen attitude traits are important to your ability to work. A high rating will help you win the approval of your co-workers and the applause of your boss. How.

    students’ attitudes towards their teachers and their effects on their academic achievement. Purpose The purpose of the current study is to determine the high school students’ attitudes towards their teachers depending on some variables and the relationship between their attitudes and achievements. High school students' beliefs regarding origins are very important. Many high school students claim to believe in a supernatural theistic Creator. Many also report a born-again experience and would thus hold to having a personal relationship with the Creator. Such a relationship should impact all aspects of one's personal life and worldview. The Scriptures reveal (I Corinthians and.


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Analysis of certain attitudes of selected elementary and junior high school teachers by Neil R. Lovelace Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper examines the relationships among these three constructs — school context, student attitudes and behavior, and achievement — using longitudinal data from a large-scale high school reform effort.

The analysis is exploratory in nature, in that it tests one particular hy-pothesis about the relationships among these constructs. An analysis of certain attitudes of selected elementary and junior high school teachers.

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View/ Open. DPpdf (Mb) No. of downloads: Date Author. Lovelace, Neil Author: Neil Richard Lovelace. The attitudes of elementary and junior high school students toward school and toward seven subjects were investigated, as a function of grade level and sex.

It was concluded that attitudes decline in higher grades, sex differences are reflected in attitudes, and negative attitudes Cited by: Linda Elementary School, East Mountain View, Longmont, Colorado() NORTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL SITUATION Northeast Junior High School serves students in grades Approximately 90 percent of Northeast's students are white/non-Hispanic, and most of the remaining 10 percent are Size: 66KB.

By giving a questionaire the students were asked to give samples of their primary school, secondary school, high school and university teachers' positive and negative attitudes.

C.N. Brouwer, in International Encyclopedia of Education (Third Edition), Seminal studies. Seminal research exploring how teachers become and develop as teachers was reported by Lortie in his well-known book School two case studies using survey questionnaires and retrospective interviews, Lortie vividly showed and persuasively argued how a web of social and psychological.

For this purpose university students were chosen randomly and asked questions about the attitude and behavior of their teachers during primary school, middle school, high school and university and how these affected their personality development and success. The students were also asked to explain with examples.

study consisted of randomly selected junior secondary school teachers and students. Questionnaires were administered to collect data and simple percentage was used in analyzing it. It is evident that teachers had negative attitudes towards teaching social studies in secondary schools.

Therefore, stakeholders in education. The attitude of teachers, is a teacher characteristic and component of teacher personality. These attitudes, particularly as they impact on teacher expectations, can have important implications for teacher student interaction and parent school relationship and educational aspirations and academic achievement of students.

Assessment of teacher. The population was made up to SSS chemistry students and all chemistry teachers from the selected secondary schools in Ijebu-Ode and Odogbolu Local Government Area of Ogun State Nigeria.

The main purpose of the study was to find out students attitude towards the teaching and learning of school studies in Senior High Schools in the Cape Coast Metropolis. The descriptive survey design was adopted for the study. A questionnaire.

The findings also make clear that supportive teachers and clear and high expectations about behavior are key to the development of both student engagement and perceived competence. This study suggests that the earlier schools and teachers begin to build students’ confidence in their ability to do well, the better off students will be.

; White, Way, Perry, & Southwell, ), pre-service elementary teachers have been examined as if they all had the same preparation and background in the process of becoming certified teachers.

It has been found that attitudes and beliefs towards mathematics of elementary teachers differ, but possible identifiers that could be. long-term success. We find that upper-elementary teachers have large effects on self-reported measures of students’ self-efficacy in math, and happiness and behavior in class.

Students’ attitudes and behaviors are predicted by teaching practices most proximal to these measures, including teachers’ emotional support and classroom organization.

The book, ‘Being Down’: Challenging Violence in Urban Schools () by Ronnie Casella provides a good background resource for completing this assignment. Observation Project: Clothing and School Safety.

Students will begin by gaining permission to observe at a local middle school or high school. Effect Of Selected Teachers’ Abilities On Students’ Attitudes And and senior secondary school three (SSIII) students were selected from ten secondary schools using stratified the consensus is that high quality teachers are the best resources and assets of an education system.

teachers felt positively about the social aspects of inclusion. However, in other studies, teachers have expressed concern for the self-esteem of students with disabilities who are included in regular education classrooms (Conte, ).

Purpose of Study This study looked at the attitudes of elementary special education teachers in a school. Jacquelynne Eccles describes all of the following changes in school environment when moving from elementary school to middle school or junior high school, except that: teachers in middle and junior high schools feel more confident in their teaching abilities.

A study of regular and special education teachers assessed teacher attitudes toward the inclusion of students with disabilities in the regular classroom and toward co-teaching and collaborative planning to meet the instructional needs of students with disabilities in the regular classroom.

Analysis of the findings reveal a strong positive teacher attitude toward inclusive placement of. teacher age. Teachers represent authority, and these youngsters are trying out their resistance to authoritv. In the elementary school, generally, respect and affection for the teacher are almost automatic.

Junior high school teachers must earn respect and be worthy of affection. They are no longer c'.v officio. The summary of data analysis as presented above table shows that out of respondents which 15 representing 75% are of the view that teachers (females) are ashamed or feel shy in discussing sex or its relate issue in the mix school i.e with boys are girl and in boys secondary schools while 50 respondents representing 25% sand no.

item two.the elementary, junior, and senior high school levels. teachers were oriented to new materials and new approaches for teaching basic reading skills. the use of selected materials reflected major methods of teaching phonics, linguistic techniques, basal readers, language experience, and individualized reading.

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