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Online Submission, M.A. Thesis, Ateneo De Manila University

Background: This study made use of the "Model of Academic Choice" by Meece et al. (1982). It is a general model of academic choice, expectation and value of attitude leading to achievement. The model links achievement with constructs of expectation of success on a task and the subjective value of the task influencing the attitude of students. Purpose: The purpose of this study is to determine the relationship between Mathematics and Science Achievement and Attitude Towards Technical Education of First and Second Year high school students of Caritas Don Bosco School. The students Attitude Towards Technical Education was determined with the use of the ATTE [Attitude Towards Technical Education] inventory as constructed by the researcher. The Mathematics and Science Achievement score were determined using the Metropolitan Achievement Test. Setting: Caritas Don Bosco School. Study Sample: The population of this study were the 191 first and second year high school students of Caritas Don Bosco School. There were 107 first year and 84 second year students composed of 126 males and 65 females ages 11 to 14. Research Design: Correlational. Data Collection and Analysis: The researcher requested the assistance of the General Technology teacher to administer the ATTE for both first and second year high school students in her class. The purpose of the study was explained to the students what the instrument is measuring. The researcher requested the Guidance Office of Caritas Don Bosco School to administer the MAT for assessing the students standing for different subject areas including Mathematics and Science. Findings: An analysis of the data done revealed the following findings: (1) The profile of the Attitude Towards Technical Education of the first year high school students are as follows: (1.1) high Task Value scores; (1.2) high Expectation scores; (1.3) high general ATTE score; (2) The profile of the Attitude Towards Technical Education of second year high school students are as follows: (2.1) high task value scores; (2.2) very high Expectation scores; (2.3)high general ATTE scores; (3) There is no significant relationship between first year Mathematics achievement; and (3.1) Task Value; (3.2)Expectation; (3.3) general ATTE; (3.4) There is a significant relationship between first year Science achievement and Task Value; (9) There is no significant relationship between first year Science achievement; (9.1) expectation; (9.2) general ATTE; (10)There is no significant relationship between second year Mathematics achievement; (10.1) Task Value; (10.2) Expectation; (10.3)general ATTE; (11) There is no significant relationship between second year Science achievement; (11.1) Task Value; (11.2) Expectation; and (11.3) general ATTE. Conclusion: Based on the findings of the study, it can be concluded that in general, Mathematics achievement and Science achievement and students Attitude Towards Technical Education are not related. Citation: Magno, C. (2003). Nine appendices are included: (1) Description of Technical Education of Caritas Don Bosco School; (2) Attitude towards Technical Education; (3) Reliability Analysis--Scale (ALPHA); (4) Letter to the Principal of Don Bosco High School Canlubang; (5) Scores of First and Second Year High School Students on Task Value; (6) Scores of First and Second Year High School on Expectation; (7) Scores of First and Second Year High School Students on General ATTE; (8) Scores of First and Second Year Students on Mathematics and Science Achievement; and (9) Letter of Permission to CDBS Administrators. Citation: Magno, C. (2003). RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ATTITUDE TOWARDS TECHNICAL EDUCATION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN MATHEMATICS AND SCIENCE OF THE FIRST AND SECOND YEAR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS, CARITAS DON BOSCO SCHOOL, SY 2002-2003. Unpublished Masters Thesis, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines. (Contains 28 tables and 1 figure.)

Descriptors: Technology Education, Educational Attitudes, Mathematics Achievement, Science Achievement, High School Students, Student Attitudes, Expectation, Profiles, Foreign Countries





Autor: Magno, Carlo

Fuente: https://eric.ed.gov/?q=a&ft=on&ff1=dtySince_1992&pg=8584&id=ED505870



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