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International Journal of Science Engineering and Management (IJSEM)

Monthly Journal for Science Engineering and Management

ISSN : 2456-1304 (Online)

Interaction Effect Of Intervention Programme Of Implicit Theories Of Intelligence And Gender On Academic Resilience

Author : Reha Chhabra 1 Dr. Shefali Pandya 2

Date of Publication :30th December 2020

Abstract: The purpose of this study was to ascertain the impact of intervention programme of implicit theories of intelligence on academic resilience of seventh standard students. An experiment on intervention programme of implicit theories of intelligence was conducted on 65 students of standard VII studying in schools affiliated to the SSC Board and with semi-english medium of instruction. It has used two tools, namely, academic resilience scale and (implicit theories of intelligence scale). The instructional programme to enhance implicit theories of intelligence was developed by the researcher. The study used ANCOVA to test the hypotheses. The intervention programme was equally effective in developing academic resilience of seventh standard students, irrespective of their gender. The findings of the study indicate high effect of intervention programme of implicit theories of intelligence on the academic resilience of seventh standard students.

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