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1968

Child development

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The Relationship Between Achievement, Intelligence, Personality, And Sociometric Test Scores And The Number And Types Of Questions Asked By Students Of A Fifth-Sixth-Grade Class, Howard Morris Call Jul 1968

The Relationship Between Achievement, Intelligence, Personality, And Sociometric Test Scores And The Number And Types Of Questions Asked By Students Of A Fifth-Sixth-Grade Class, Howard Morris Call

All Master's Theses

It was the purpose of this study to systematically gather data based on actual classroom episodes, which would verify or deny previous findings. More specifically, the purpose was to evaluate questions asked by a fifth-sixth-grade class through a pre-determined classification, to show the relationship between questioning and the following measures: achievement, intelligence, personality, and sociometric measures, and to determine if age or sex is a relative factor in question asking.