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2017 | 72 | 419-431
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Comparison of first-grade primary level students' educational achievement in according to the results of evaluation plan of health and educational readiness of beginners upon entering school in the educational region of Osku

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The research was aimed at comparing first-grade primary level students' Educational achievement in according to the results of Evaluation Plan of Health and Educational Readiness of beginners upon entering school in the Educational district of Osku. The methodology for this research was post facto- causal comparative research, and measurement tool included documents (ID of first-grade primary level students' Health and Educational Readiness Evaluation of beginners entering the school and Report on Educational achievement or Work Sheet). The statistical population consisted of all primary school students in the city of Osku, who amounted to 5000 with Educational case. The number of sample chosen based on the Cochran formula was 300 people who were selected via cluster sampling method. Research findings were analyzed by statistical software of SPSS, statistical methods of independent t Test, one-way variance Test (ANOVA), Levin Test, Test of UNIANOVA. The findings revealed that there was a significant difference in students' educational achievement in terms of their hearing levels (reference to experts and healthy hearing), and also there was a significant difference in students' Educational achievement based on their eyesight levels (reference to expert and healthy eyesight). Also, there was no difference among students' Educational achievement according to various levels of health primary assessment (extreme skinniness, skinny, natural, obese and fat). Students' Educational achievement was found to be different based on their Educational talent. It was also found that there was a significant difference in students' educational achievement in terms of variables gender, eyesight, hearing evaluation.
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419-431
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  • Department of Educational Sciences, Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz, Iran
  • Department of Educational Sciences, Allameh Tabatabai University, Tehran, Iran
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