SCIENCE PROCESS SKILL AMONG HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

MUNEER. V, ARSHITHA. P

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science process skill will positively influence the academic achievement of the students in science subjects. Present study has given a detailed account of science process skill among higher secondary school students of Wayanad district of Kerala state. 465 higher secondary school students from various government and aided higher secondary schools of Wayanad district is taken as sample for the study. Test of process skill in science is used to collect data. Results of the study showed that higher secondary school student of wayanad district posses an average level of science process skill in science

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Science process skill, higher secondary school students

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