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|Other Titles:||The Relationship Among Teacher-Expectations, Parent-Expectations, Self-Expextations, and Academic-Achievement of Senior High School Students|
Department od Education, NTNU
1. Aims of the Research：（1）To analyze the relations among self─expectations, teacher─expectations, and parent─expectations of the senior high school students.（2）To analyze the relations among self─expectations, parent─expectations, teacher─expectations and academic─achievements of the senior high school students.（3）To investigate the degree of agreement among teacher─expectations, parent─expectations, and self─expectations of the senior high school students；and the relation between the degree of agreement and academic─achievement of the senior high school students ；and the relation between the degree of agreement and academic─achievement of the senior high school students. 2. Research Subjects：There were a total of 752 twelfth graders, 376 for each sex, from 5 selected public senior high school in Taipei. 3. Research procedures：A questionnaire developed by the author was employed to investigate the expectations of students, teachers and parents for the students' academic achievement. Also, standardized─tests in Chinese, English and Mathematics, edited by the Ministry of Education, R.O.C. were employed. The data were analyzed with such statistics as Pearson correlation, multiple stepwise regression, one─way ANOVA, T─test, Z─test, and Chi─square. 4. Major findings of the Research：（1）The relations among self─expectations, teacher─expectations and parent─expectations were closely related；while the relation between teacher─expectations and self─expectations was the most highly related.（2）Generally, senior high school students' self─expectations, teacher─expectations and parent─expectations were consistent. The ratio of consistency to inconsistency was correlated with students' sex and their major─social science and natural science.（3）The relation of senior high school students' academic─achievement to their self─expectations, teacher─expectations and parent─expectations was very high. Academic─achievement and self─expectations were the most highly correlated；academic─ach
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