News Update on Secondary Schools : May 21

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[1] The Problem of Underqualified Teachers in American Secondary Schools This article presents the results of a research project on the phenomenon of out-of-field teaching in American high schools–teachers teaching subjects for which they have little education or training. Over the past couple of years, the problem of out-of-field teaching has become a prominent topic in the realm of educational policy and reform, and the results of this research have been widely reported and commented on both by education policymakers … Continue reading “News Update on Secondary Schools : May 21”

News Update on Physics Students : April 21

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[1] The initial knowledge state of college physics students An instrument to assess the basic knowledge state of students taking a first course in physics has been designed and validated. Measurements with the instrument show that the student’s initial qualitative, common sense beliefs about motion and causes has a large effect on performance in physics, but conventional instruction induces only a small change in those beliefs. [2] Helping physics students learn how to learn Students’ “epistemological” beliefs—their views about the … Continue reading “News Update on Physics Students : April 21”

Latest Research News on Students Attitude : April 21

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[1] The development and use of an instrument to assess students’ attitude to the study of chemistry This paper reports on aspects of a three-phase study whose aim was to gather information on undergraduates’ responses to the study of science. The emphasis of this paper is on methodological issues arising from considerations of how to measure and analyse data on attitudes. The study draws on the methodology employed in an earlier study undertaken in Canada, the Views on Science-Technology-Society (VOSTS) … Continue reading “Latest Research News on Students Attitude : April 21”

Latest Research on Students’ Attitude: July – 2020

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Factors affecting students’ attitude toward online shopping To ensure the success of online business, it is important for the retailers to understand their targeted customers. The aim of this study examines the significance of attitude toward online shopping. The objectives of the study are two fold. The first section seeks to determine relationship between attitude towards online shopping with shopping orientations and perceived benefits scales. [1] Managing Students’ Attitude towards Science through Problem – Solving Instructional Strategy The study was … Continue reading “Latest Research on Students’ Attitude: July – 2020”

Latest Research News on Female Students Research: Sep – 2019

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Educational and Vocational Aspirations of Minority and Female Students: A Longitudinal Study This study examined the relative importance of faculty, family, personal/psychological, race, and sex variables in predicting instructional and occupation aspirations. A across the nation sample distribution of 10th‐grade students was followed through two years on the far side their highschool. Results advised that sex and race considerably foretold instructional and occupation aspirations of scholars. the tutorial aspiration model was shown to be additional sturdy than the activity aspiration … Continue reading “Latest Research News on Female Students Research: Sep – 2019”