Analysis of pupils" self-reports of adaptation to the transition to secondary school.
Read Online

Analysis of pupils" self-reports of adaptation to the transition to secondary school. by Mary Bernadette Nolan

  • 837 Want to read
  • ·
  • 25 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

Book details:

Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A. Ed.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1979.

The Physical Object
Pagination1 v
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21390879M

Download Analysis of pupils" self-reports of adaptation to the transition to secondary school.


Secondary concerns reduced significantly post‐transition. Three factors emerged from an exploratory factor analysis of the SCQ and the pattern of results was replicated for post‐transition concerns. Pupils with higher school concerns at secondary school reported reduced liking of school and reduced trust and respect for by: A really useful booklet for pupils to use to gather and discuss information during transition day/week or for induction. Contains many activities and is a great resource to help the form tutor and pupil get to know each other as well as the pupil securing his/her knowledge of the schools and its rules/boundaries.5/5(3). same campus or external transition, changing school campuses) and school socioeconomic status (SES). Three questions were also asked to gather data about the types of programs and practices teachers were using to teach literacy and prepare students for the transition into secondary Size: 3MB. Transition between primary and secondary school is a challenge for teachers and pupils [2]. Getting it right can make the difference between a happy transfer to the secondary school experience and an unsettling beginning fraught with concerns about what the future may hold. Partly because ofFile Size: KB.

pupils’ progress of two related experiences: the move from one school to another (transfer) and the move from one year group to the next within a school (transition).File Size: KB.   (). Pupil self-assessment in the primary classroom. Education Vol. 24, No. 3, pp. Cited by: 2. This Transition Pack has been designed to assist young people and their supporters (parents. siblings, relatives, school staff etc.) in moving from Prima ry to Secondary school, when a Developmental Disorder seems a challenging factor. It is compiled to complement the wider 'Transition Guide' in . • To explore the processes that support pupils’ transition from primary to secondary schools and to identify any hindrances to successful transition. • To explore the experiences and perceptions of both pupils and their parents of the transition process. • To identify any background characteristics of pupils and families that areFile Size: 2MB.

A UK sample of Year 6 primary school pupils and Year 7 secondary school pupils. Self-reports of school concerns and school liking as well as self-reported and peer assessments on a Author: Jane Tobbell. transition. Pupils at both levels are generally enthusiastic about science education but interest and pupil enjoyment in certain aspects of learning science can decrease following transition to post-primary school. Findings also indicate that pupils experience discontinuity in science. A study from Scotland that collected data from over pupils from the last year of primary school to the final years of secondary school reported that pupils who reported more school concerns during the transition to secondary school achieved fewer Standard Grades in later years [9].   Test-tube reactions identifying aqueous transition metal ions (1) Separation of species by thin-layer chromatography (1) 2. Measurement of an enthalpy change (1) and Structure and bonding (7) Periodicity (2) Atomic structure analysis and quantitative chemistry (3) Group 7(17) the halogens (2) Transition metals (7).