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Factors Underlying The Grading Attitude Of Industrial Education Instructors At Midwestern State Universities , Anusorn Skulkhu Jan 1983

Factors Underlying The Grading Attitude Of Industrial Education Instructors At Midwestern State Universities , Anusorn Skulkhu

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

The purposes of this study were to factor analyze the grading attitude of the industrial education instructors from midwestern state universities and to compare the factors of grading attitude of the instructors who differed in sex, number of years of college teaching, academic rank, highest education degree attained, number of college credits of educational evaluation completed, and type of courses taught;A seven-point Likert-type grading attitude survey was developed by the investigator. The randomly selected sample to whom the survey instrument was administered consisted of one hundred ninety-four industrial education instructors who taught at midwestern state universities. Factor analysis and ...


Validating Measures Of Theoretical Constructs Useful In Examining College Persistence , Margaret Anna O'Toole Healy Jan 1983

Validating Measures Of Theoretical Constructs Useful In Examining College Persistence , Margaret Anna O'Toole Healy

Retrospective Theses and Dissertations

This study examined persistence in college using the model proposed by Spady (1970) and modified by Tinto (1975) in which students must be adequately regulated by the institution's values and goals in order to achieve goal commitment and must be adequately integrated into the social system of the institution in order to achieve institutional commitment. The purpose of this study was to develop reliable measures of the concepts, goal commitment and institutional commitment, and to validate them in terms of whether or not they are useful in identifying direct-from-high-school students who will or will not satisfactorily persist from the ...