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ERIC Number: ED140229
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 103
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Relationships among Teacher and Pupil Self-Concept and Pupil Reading Achievement at the First Grade Level.
Brantley, Verna Lee
Relationships among teacher and pupil self-concepts and pupil reading achievement were investigated in a sample of 239 first-grade pupils and the 17 teachers assigned to them. Results from pretesting and posttesting indicated that a positive relationship existed among changes in certain elements of pupil self-concept (self-acceptance, social maturity, and self-security) and changes in pupil reading achievement; that factors of teacher self-concept were related to changes in elements of pupil self-concept; that elements of pupil self-concept related to reading achievement were not necessarily the same as those elements of pupil self-concept related to teacher self-concept; and that teacher self-concept, teachers' views of the teaching profession, and teachers' views of children as students were positively related to change in pupil reading achievement. (Author/AA)
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Publication Type: Dissertations/Theses
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Note: Ph.D. Dissertation, The University of North Dakota