Differences between Greek Primary School Students and their Immigrants Classmates in Expectance of School Success
The purpose of this study was to examine the expected differences in Greek primary school students and their immigrants’ classmates’ expectations of success in statistics. In particular, the research hypothesis was that there would be a statistically significant difference between expectations of success in statistics of sixth grade students, with Greek students expecting to be much more successful than the immigrants’ students. A sample of 161 Greek students and 157 immigrants took part in the study and filled in a statistics expectancy questionnaire. The results of the implicative statistical analysis indicated that there was no statistical significance in support of the hypothesis.
||Greek Students, Immigrants, Differences, School Success, Statistics
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 5, Issue 6, pp.29-38.
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Lecturer, Department of Pre-school Education, University of West Macedonia, Greece
Sofia Anastasiadou holds a BSc from the Department of Mathematics of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Greece, a Master degree in Mathematics Education from Surrey University of Kingston in Great Bretagne. She has obtained her Ph.D in Multidimetional Statistical Analysis at the Macedonia University of Thessaloniki in Greece. She is currently a Lecturer of Applied Statistics and Educational Research in the Department of Preschool Education at the University of Western Macedonia in Greece. Apart form Statistics and Mathematics Education in Primary, Secondary and Higher Education her research interests are also focused in the Analysis and Interpretation of Multivariate Data for Social Science. Sofia Anastasiadou has published several papers in Greek, European and International Scientific Journals.
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