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Great Scientific achievements and their use in promoting the well-being of mankind have made Science more important than ever before. Because of its multi-dimensional Nature and multi-faceted use, science has now become a compulsory part of general Education and takes its place side by side with other subjects as an essential element of one`s education. There is a dire need to identify and develop Positive attitude towards science subject. Now, the time has come to increase our efforts to develop positive attitude towards science subject among inservice and pre-service science teachers. Hence, a Study was conducted to identify the attitude of preservice Teachers towards science and its psycho-social correlates. This study has identified a favourable attitude by the pie-service science teachers towards science. This work will be of great use to science educators, researchers and teachers to further enhance the effectiveness in science teaching. Preface I. INTRODUCTION : 1. Need and Importance of the Study 2. Problem of the Present Study 3. Operational Definitions of the Key Words 4. Objectives of the Study 5. Hypotheses of the Study 6. Limitations of the Study 7. The Scheme of Chapterization II. THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE : 1. Introduction 2. Concept of Attitutdes 3. Importance of Attitudes 4. Measurement of Attitudes 5. Attitude Towards Science 6. Status of Attitutde Towards Science 7. Favouring Factors for Developing Attitudes Towards 8. Science III. Review OF RELATED LITERATURE : 1. Introduction 2. Research in Science Education 3. Studies Related to Attitude Towards Science Subject 4. Studies Related to Scientific Aptitude and Scientific 5. Attitutde 6. Conclusion IV. PLANNING AND PROCEDURE : 1. Introduction 2. Methods of Research 3. Selection of Research Method for the Study 4. Selection of Research Tools 5. Selection of Variables 6. Description of Tools 7. Selection of Sample 8. Administration of Tools 9. Hypothesis V. DATA COLLECTION AND PRESENTATION : 1. Introduction 2. Distribution of Primary Data 3. Variable Wise Distribution of Attitutde Score 4. Presentation of Collected Data VI. ANALYSIS AND INTERPRETATION : 1. Introduction 2. Area and Attitude Towards Science 3. Scientific Aptitude and Attitude Towards Science 4. SES and Attitude Towards Science 5. Self-Sufficiency Vs. Dependency and Attitude towards 6. Science 7. Dominance Vs. Submissiveness and Attitude Towards 8. Science 9. Introversion Vs. Extroversion and Attitude Towards Science 10. Emotional Stability and Attitude Towards Science VII. SUMMARY, FINDINGS AND SUGGESTION Summary Observations Findings Discussions Suggestions Printed Pages: 128. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 56255
Titel: Attitude Towards Science
Verlag: Discovery Publishing House Pvt. Ltd.
Buchbeschreibung New York, New York University, 1949., 1949. Gr.-8°. 18 Pages. Original Pamphlet (titled). The Pamphlet is slightly rubbed and slightly bumped. Artikel-Nr. 5927BB
Buchbeschreibung Mouton Den Haag, 1974. Format. 2 324 Seiten Guter Zustand/ Good Ex-Library. Additional cover foliation. Hardcover. Artikel-Nr. ha1022550
Buchbeschreibung Holmbergs Malmö, 2007. Format. 1 185 Seiten Sehr guter Zustand/ very good With tables. Paperback. Artikel-Nr. ha1031629
Buchbeschreibung Peter Lang Dez 1984, 1984. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 241x156x16 mm. Neuware - This study was undertaken to determine if the credibility principle of attitude change applied in the multi-variable context of a team-taught education methods course. Defined as respondent perceptions of communicator expertise and trustworthiness, credi- bility is believed to be the probable producer of attitude changes. Six education team members functioned as independent variables while the dependent variables consisted of preservice teacher attitudes toward science and science teaching as well as perceptions of team member credibility and attitudes. Three principal team members were perceived as being most credible. Repeated measures on the dependent variables increased toward the perceived levels of the principal educators. Results of this study support the credibility principle, in general, but additional findings indicate that credibility alone is not the probable producer of attitude changes. 191 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780820401010