School Administration Viewed Via Self-Reported Pupil Attitudes

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Johnson Jay Anderson (Creator)
Appalachian State University (ASU )
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J. Edward Harrill

Abstract: There has been, during the last few years, an increasing awareness of the importance of attitudes as they affect the child and his ability to learn. The educator has come more and more to realize that attitudes play a vital part in this total learning process. Therefore, if the school is to accept the responsibility for teaching the whole child, there would appear to be a need for the study of attitudes and their relationship to learning. The growing demands on the administrator have created additional problems in the area of the teaching principal. Attitudes conducive to a wholesome co-operation and acceptance of responsibility have shown the need for a better understanding of and the work with attitudes.

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Anderson, J. (1964). School Administration Viewed Via Self-Reported Pupil Attitudes. Unpublished Master’s Thesis. Appalachian State University, Boone, NC.
Language: English
Date: 1964
student behavior, learning attitudes, individual attitude, school administration, appraisal, positive and negative attitudes

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