In the scholastic context the degree of integration perceived from the student in the class life influences the scholastic output, with the concomitance of other factors. In this paper we want to reach an organic vision of the scholastic profit, that assumes a remarkable social weight: without considering the individual intrinsic abilities of students the aim of this paper is to show the dependence, among other factors, of the scholastic profit from the degree of integration inside the class. We have examined a sample of students of secondary school in Messina’s Commune, belonging to six different schools. The hierarchical structure of data has suggested us to apply the multilevel approach, that is often used in statistical literature and, particularly, in educational research, where pupils are nested within schools. Our application allows us to assess the positive and significant dependence of the scholastic profit from the degree of integration inside the class, the time of individual study and the mother instruction.

A multilevel approach to study the relation between scholastic assessment and students integration

ALIBRANDI, Angela;
2010

Abstract

In the scholastic context the degree of integration perceived from the student in the class life influences the scholastic output, with the concomitance of other factors. In this paper we want to reach an organic vision of the scholastic profit, that assumes a remarkable social weight: without considering the individual intrinsic abilities of students the aim of this paper is to show the dependence, among other factors, of the scholastic profit from the degree of integration inside the class. We have examined a sample of students of secondary school in Messina’s Commune, belonging to six different schools. The hierarchical structure of data has suggested us to apply the multilevel approach, that is often used in statistical literature and, particularly, in educational research, where pupils are nested within schools. Our application allows us to assess the positive and significant dependence of the scholastic profit from the degree of integration inside the class, the time of individual study and the mother instruction.
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