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Changes in the self-concept following transfer from primary to secondary education.

Beverly Mary Alban Metcalfe

Changes in the self-concept following transfer from primary to secondary education.

by Beverly Mary Alban Metcalfe

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Published in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

M.Sc. dissertation. Typescript.

SeriesDissertations
The Physical Object
Pagination132p.
Number of Pages132
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13693813M

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Changes in the self-concept following transfer from primary to secondary education by Beverly Mary Alban Metcalfe Download PDF EPUB FB2

As seen in Table 4 (model 0), there was a negative evolution of all dimensions of self-concept during the transition to secondary school (between the last half of 4th grade and the end of 5th grade).

The same occurred for self-esteem, β = −, SE; t = −, p self-concept were similarly by: 6. For example, self-concept development has been studied in students moving from primary to secondary school (Becker and Neumann,Becker and Neumann, ) and in students moving from higher to lower school tracks (Wouters, Fraine, Colpin, van Damme, & Verschueren, ) with the results showing that changes in the peer group (i.e., moving Cited by: 2.

primary and secondary schools, moving on later to tertiary education. The potential importance of the primary–secondary transition is greatly increased because of the impact it may have on educational attainment.

International data are consistent in revealing a ‗dip‘ in attainment following transfer to. Self-concept is stable: Thought success/ failure or superiority/ inferiority in a student may bring change in his self concept. It however does not change the primary self-concept of the person.

It however, does not mean that self-concept can not be improved through appropriate interventions. The move to secondary school means a number of major changes for all children. Most children will cope with these and feel accustomed to the changes by the end of the first couple of weeks.

In contrast the child with living and learning difficulties may take terms to learn to navigate his way around the school and may require ongoing. The move from primary to secondary education can be stressful for any young person. It can be especially difficult for people with learning disabilities or people with special educational needs (SEN).

This is because primary schools offer more predictability, usually with the same teacher and classroom throughout the year. Self-concepts and Self-concept Change: A Status Dynamic Approach. Raymond M.

Bergner, Ph.D., Illinois State University James R. Holmes, Ph.D., University of West Florida Counseling Center [Scheduled for publication in Psychotherapy] Abstract.

In this article, a new formulation of the self-concept and of self-concept change is presented. The target audiences for the Education for Sustainable Development Sourcebook are primary and secondary teachers and mid-level decision-makers, who have responsibility for primary and secondary education.

Another primary audience is teacher educators who work with pre-service and in-service primary and secondary school teachers.

HIT History of Health Information Technology in the U.S. Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Education in the Philippines is offered through formal and non-formal systems. Formal education typically spans 14 years and is structured in a 6+4+4 system: 6 years of primary school education, 4 years of secondary school education, and 4 years of higher education, leading to a bachelor’s degree.

At the core of all these behaviors is the development of self-respect. While self-concept is about "who I am," self-respect is more about "how I take care of myself." A strong sense of self allows children to be able to speak up if they think something is not fair, if they are being ignored, or even if they don't feel well.

The key word is respect. esteem while a negative self-concept is often synonymous with a lack of feelings of personal worthiness and self-acceptance. In the context of the classroom, research has shown that a persistent and significant relationship exists between the self- concept and academic performance.

Self-concept affects learning. Transfer of learning occurs when people apply information, strategies, and skills they have learned to a new situation or context. Transfer is not a discrete activity, but is rather an integral part of the learning process. Researchers attempt to identify when and how transfer occurs and to offer strategies to improve transfer.

How does self-concept affect communication. Your self-concept will help you to sound more intelligent during conversation. Your self-concept will determine whether or not people listen to your message.

Your self-concept will help to determine how you communicate. Self-concept does not affect communication. Self-concept also differs from self-esteem: self-concept is a cognitive or descriptive component of one's self (e.g. "I am a fast runner"), while self-esteem is evaluative and opinionated (e.g.

"I feel good about being a fast runner"). According to World English Dictionary self-concept. how teacher transfer influences performance in public Secondary schools in Nyamira County.

In particular, it sought; to describe the teacher transfer characteristics; to determine the underlying reasons for teacher transfer requests and to determine the extent to which teacher’s transfers influence the provision of quality Education.

International J. Soc. Sci. & Education Vol.3 Issue 2, ISSN: E and X Print Relationship between Self-Esteem and Academic Achievements of Students: A Case of Government Secondary Schools in District Swabi, KPK, Pakistan By 1Iqbal. turn, shape students’ post-secondary education and career choices.

When interpreting the analyses reported in this chapter, three caveats need to be borne in mind. First, constructs such as interest in and enjoyment of mathematics and the use of particular types of learning strategies are based on. Self-concept, intelligence and academic achievement were examined in students preparing to teach in primary, elementary, secondary, and special education (N=).

Differences in self-concept, but not in intelligence and academic achievement, were found among groups of student teachers. (Author). Abstract Self-concept and self-efficacy are two of the most important motivational predictors of educational outcomes.

As most research has studied these constructs separately, little is known about their differential relations to peer ability, opportunities-to-learn in classrooms, and educational outcomes. We investigated these relations by applying (multilevel) structural equation modeling.

self-concept relates to how well we do in school or how well we learn. Two levels of academic self-concept are general academic self-concept and self-concepts in specific content related areas such as Math, Science, Language, Arts etc. The social self-concept describes how we relate to other people and the transpersonal self.Instructor: Della McGuire Della has been teaching secondary and adult education for over 20 years.

She holds a BS in Sociology, MEd in Reading, and is ABD on the MComm in Storytelling.when the child's inferred self-concept is low, and to disagree when the inferred self-concept is high.

Peppin (12) studied over- and under- achievers in relation to three aspects: self-concept, parental understanding and parental acceptance.

He used the Haggerty-Olson-Wickman Behavior Rating Scale. Each student rated him.