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The research study aimed at identifying the impact of remedial training on arithmetic ability, and self esteem of academic poor performers. For this purpose 100 high school students were selected from Bangalore district. An objective of this program is to investigate the effect of remedial training programme on academic poor performers so as to recommend possible actions to be carried out for improvement. The relevant information is collected by interviewing students, school teachers, parents, and from the school records. Findings show that most of the students belong to low-middle socio economic condition. Implemented remedial training program proved to be effective with an increase from 61.05 to 205.6 and 24.3 to 69.9 in mean scores of students on arithmetic and self esteem respectively. Arithmetic t = 36.7 significant at 0.001 level and self esteem t = 32.1 significant at 0.001 level. The results of post tests after remedial training intervention showed that students made more progress in arithmetic ability. In addition, the remedial intervention strengthened self esteem than textbook based class. There were significant differences with regard to academic performance in pre and post remedial training. Children scored higher in post test arithmetic and self esteem as compared to pre test. This finding further indicates that remedial training intervention has a positive impact on students’ arithmetic ability and self esteem.
Rosane Cavalcante Fragoso, Brasil
Chief Scientific Officer and Head of a Research Group
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