The Relation of elementary students’ academic self-concept of reading to grade level, achievement, and teacher perceptions

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Title: The Relation of elementary students’ academic self-concept of reading to grade level, achievement, and teacher perceptions
Author: Diehl, Jessica M.
Abstract: The present study examined the relationships among grade level, students' reading achievement, teacher perceptions of student ability, and students' reading self-concept beliefs. Spearman correlations and independent samples t-tests were used to determine the relationships, if any, among these variables. Results revealed significant relationships between student and teacher perceptions of reading ability and students' actual reading achievement. A significant difference was also found between first and fifth grade students with respect to reading competency beliefs. Implications of the findings are discussed.
Record URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1850/12316
Date: 2010-06-11

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