The effects of attending and open elementary school on academic achievement and attitudes as measured in a traditional junior hign
Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, 1976 - 208 pages
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academic achievement achievement when compared atmosphere when compared attended a traditional attended an open attitude survey attitudes toward social attitudes toward teaching Boys UH Boys cant difference compared with seventh Comparison of Meadowbrook COMPARISON OF T-SCORE difference in attitudes difference in reading GAINS OF MEADOWBROOK Girls UH Girls grade female students grade male students Hypothesis Illa junior high school KB Total UH Major mathematics achievement Meadowbrook and University Mean Gain MEASURED IN WEST methods when compared Metropolitan Achievement Test Minor Hypothesis IVa open and traditional open classroom open concept open education open elemen open elementary school open school post-test Rochester Community Schools selected junior high self-concept seventh grade female seventh grade male seventh grade students show a significant significant difference sixth graders social atmosphere student achievement tary school teaching methods tional elementary school Total KB Total Total Reading traditional elementary school traditional school University Hills students West Junior High