The Investigation of Changes in Self-Concept, Social Self-Esteem, and Academic Self-Responsibility of Emotionally Disturbed Boys Who Participate In Open-Ended Classroom Meetings
Date of Award
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
Counseling and Human Services
W. J. Dipboye
Self-image, Learning capacity, Human behavior
Student Counseling and Personnel Services
There are many new and creative techniques which encourage students to explore and to be receptive to their learning experience. Many of these methods rely upon the students' resource and require a positive self-image. Educational literature suggests that self-concept is an important factor in any learning situation and is directly related to the child's receptiveness to knowledge and his learning capacity in general.
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Glick, Barry Herbert, "The Investigation of Changes in Self-Concept, Social Self-Esteem, and Academic Self-Responsibility of Emotionally Disturbed Boys Who Participate In Open-Ended Classroom Meetings" (1972). Counseling and Human Services - Dissertations. Paper 49.