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Relation between Classroom Climate and Achievement in Physical Science of Secondary School Pupils.

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This study estimates the extent of relationship between "Achievement in Physical Science" and "Classroom Climate" for the total sample and Sub sample based on gender. The tools used for collecting the data are scale of classroom climate and achievement test in physical science. The study reveals that boys show indifferent or negligible but significant correlation between "Achievement in Physical Science" and "classroom climate" but for girls the relationship was found to be insignificant. The study also shows that less than one percent of the variance of Achievement in Physical Science for total sample is to be attributed to "classroom climate."

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Author:R., Smitha; Sajan, K. S.
Publication:ERIC: Reports
Article Type:Report
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Jun 10, 2010
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