ANALYSIS OF SECONDARY LEVEL STUDENTS ATTITUDE TOWARDS CONTINUOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATION PROGRAMME
Author(s):
Dr. VEERABHADRA SWAMY
Keywords:
Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation, Programme, Students, Secondary School, Attitudes
Abstract
This study is an attempt to analyze the attitude of secondary level students towards Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation followed by descriptive survey method. A sample of 150 students was taken based on stratified random sampling from Bengaluru district Karnataka. For this reason, Students’ Attitude Scale towards Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation developed by the researcher (2019) was used as research tool for the investigation along with personal information. The data were analyzed by employing mean, standard deviation and independent ‘t’ test as statistical techniques. The level of significance was fixed at 0.05 level in all the cases. It was concluded that majority of the students had a positive attitude towards CCE Programme (77.3% of the students agreed moderately and 15.3% of the students agreed favour) and they believed that it helped them to improve their learning and performance. From the ‘t’ test analysis it was found that boys and girls had differed significantly in their attitude towards CCE Programme. The girls had more favour than boys towards CCE Programme. This may be due to girls are expected to be more diligent and disciplined than boys, especially when it comes to academic performance. Likewise the students from Government schools had more favour than students from private aided and unaided institutions. It is possible that parents of students in government schools are more supportive of the CCE Programme, perhaps because they value continuous assessment and feedback over high-stakes testing. However, the students also expressed their willingness to participate in CCE and suggested some changes to make it more meaningful and relevant to their learning needs.
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Unique Paper ID: 159670

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 8

Page(s): 909 - 916
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