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The College at Brockport: State University of New York

1981

Curriculum and Instruction

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The Relationships Among Teacher Self Concept, Teacher Locus Of Control And Student Reading Achievement, Karen Culmo Climek Dec 1981

The Relationships Among Teacher Self Concept, Teacher Locus Of Control And Student Reading Achievement, Karen Culmo Climek

Education and Human Development Master's Theses

The purpose of this study was to investigate the relationships among teacher self-concept, teacher locus of control, and student reading achievement. Twelve male/female sixth-grade teachers from one urban school district in central New York State participated in this investigation. The Tennessee Self-Concept Scale and the Nowicki Adult Locus of

Control Scale were used to assess teacher self-concept and locus of control. The total reading score from the California Achievement Test was used to measure student achievement. Data obtained from these measuring devices were computer analyzed to determine correlation coefficients among the variables. Statistically significant relationships were not found between ...