Enjoying Science in a Singapore Neighbourhood Secondary School: An Oxymoron?
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A sample of 238 Secondary 1 students at school-entry level and 274 Secondary 4 and 5 students at school-leaving level in Singapore responded to four questionnaires: Getting to Know You to assess attitudes to science and general views of school; WIHIC to assess perceptions of science classroom environment; and QTI to assess student-teacher relationships. Enjoying science in a Singapore neighbourhood Secondary school was not found to be an oxymoron.
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