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Corelation of Learning Disability and School Refusal


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The present paper is an attempt to examine adolescent attitude towards school satisfaction. It also studies the gender difference and problem areas. Sample for the study includes 112 students (56 adolescent boys, and adolescent girls) between the age group of 11-15 years, at different schools from Nagpur. The data were analyzed with the help of compared "t" test, an analysis of variance showed a Mean of Adolescent boy's school satisfaction 65.78, and adolescent girls Mean 79.78, and t-value is -6.536, significant at 0.05 levels. An analysis of other (Conners 3™ Self Report Short questionnaires) a Mean of Adolescent boys is 46.73, and adolescent girls Mean 37.19 and t-value is 9.630, significant at 0.05 level. Based on study, there is a new emphasis not only on arranging the learning environment or school satisfaction, but also on the prevention of many learning and behavior problem that stem from an ill-considered learning environment and school satisfaction, too many students with learning and attention problem are refusing or failing-not because of their own inadequacies but because an inconsiderate learning environment and school satisfaction makes learning difficult for them.

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School Satisfaction Inventory (SASSI), Conners 3™ Self Report Short Questionnaires, Learning Disability.
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Anjali Edbor
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Digdoh Hills, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Pankaj Singh
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Digdoh Hills, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Sambanthan Athithan
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Digdoh Hills, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Richa Singh
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Digdoh Hills, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
Shyam Kartikey Diwedi
NKP Salve Institute of Medical Sciences, Digdoh Hills, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India

Abstract


The present paper is an attempt to examine adolescent attitude towards school satisfaction. It also studies the gender difference and problem areas. Sample for the study includes 112 students (56 adolescent boys, and adolescent girls) between the age group of 11-15 years, at different schools from Nagpur. The data were analyzed with the help of compared "t" test, an analysis of variance showed a Mean of Adolescent boy's school satisfaction 65.78, and adolescent girls Mean 79.78, and t-value is -6.536, significant at 0.05 levels. An analysis of other (Conners 3™ Self Report Short questionnaires) a Mean of Adolescent boys is 46.73, and adolescent girls Mean 37.19 and t-value is 9.630, significant at 0.05 level. Based on study, there is a new emphasis not only on arranging the learning environment or school satisfaction, but also on the prevention of many learning and behavior problem that stem from an ill-considered learning environment and school satisfaction, too many students with learning and attention problem are refusing or failing-not because of their own inadequacies but because an inconsiderate learning environment and school satisfaction makes learning difficult for them.

Keywords


School Satisfaction Inventory (SASSI), Conners 3™ Self Report Short Questionnaires, Learning Disability.