CHILDREN'S ATTITUDES TOWARDS JUNIOR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES

@inproceedings{Sharples1969CHILDRENSAT,
  title={CHILDREN'S ATTITUDES TOWARDS JUNIOR SCHOOL ACTIVITIES},
  author={Derek Sharples},
  year={1969}
}
Summary. Attitudes towards five curriculum activities amongst 438 children were examined in relation to sex, age and schooling differences. A Guttman scale developed for the study proved to be a reliable and effective instrument for such an investigation amongst young children. The results suggest that girls held more favourable attitudes than boys towards school activities, and that expressive activities are held in higher esteem than more reproductive skills. Differences are indicated between… CONTINUE READING