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ERIC Number: ED055774
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968
Pages: 133
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Relationships Among Teacher Attitude, Student Attitude, and Student Achievement in Elementary School Arithmetic.
Keane, Daniel Ford
A descriptive study of the relationships among teacher attitude, student attitude, and student achievement in arithmetic is reported. Data were obtained from 679 students of 32 teachers selected for their positive or negative preferences for teaching mathematics. The students were tested for attitudes the following year. Findings indicated: (1) data were inconclusive for relation between teacher attitude and student attitude toward arithmetic; (2) teacher attitude has no effect on student achievement; (3) there is no relationship between student attitude and achievement; and (4) economic environment affects student attitude toward arithmetic but not achievement. (JG)
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Note: Ph.D. dissertation, University of Florida