Construction and Standardization of School Environment Scale


  • S. Arockiasamy, Dr. P. Subramanian


Construction, Standardization and School and Environment Scale


A tool is an important thing for a research. Without it, the research work cannot be accomplished. Basically a researcher mistakenly switches the meaning of methodology with that of tools. To some extent, this methodology dictates the tools to be used whereas the latter is a specific mechanism used to collect, manipulate, or interpret data. In the present study, School Environment scale has been constructed and standardized for the Higher Secondary School Teachers. This scale consists of 100 statements. The sample consists of 100 Higher Secondary School Teachers are randomly selected from the Cuddalore District. The‘t’ and ‘r’ value was used to standardize the tool and finally 55 statements were retained for the final form of the tool.