SCIENTIFIC ATTITUDE OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

P. H. Jebalin Paul, Dr. V. S. Mini Kumari

Abstract


The main objective of this study was to find out the scientific attitude of high school students. An attempt was also made to
study the influence of background variables like gender, locality and type of school management on scientific attitude of
high school students. The study revealed that majority of the high school students have medium level of scientific
attitude. It was also found that there is no significant difference in the scientific attitude of high school students with
respect to gender and type of school management. But significant difference exists between the rural and urban high
school students in their scientific attitude.


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