Volume 14 No 1 (2022): International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education

SCIENTIFIC TEMPER AND ACHIEVEMENT IN PHYSICS


R. Selvendiran, Dr. A. Tholappan and Dr. K. Anandan

DOI: 10.9756/INT-JECSE/V14I1.387

Keywords: The present study intended to find out the level of Scientific Temper and Achievement in Physics among the Higher Secondary School Students.


Abstract

The present study intended to find out the level of Scientific Temper and Achievement in Physics among the Higher Secondary School Students. The present study belongs to the Normative Survey Method and the size of the sample was 300Students who were selected through Stratified Random Sampling Technique. The Statistical techniques used in this study were Mean, Standard Deviation,’t’-test and Correlation to analyze the data. The salient findings of the study were i. The Scientific Temper was found to be high whereas the Achievement in Physics was found to be average. ii. The female students were having significantly higher level of Scientific Temper than the male students. iii.The Rural Students were having significantly higher level of Achievement in Physics than the Urban Students.

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