Adversity Quotient and Logical Thinking Skill of Prospective Teachers at Secondary Level: A Correlational Analysis By Preetha Gopalakrishnan and D. Josephine Joseph

Abstract

Adversity quotient is the measure that determines the ability of the person to deal with adversities in their life and which indicates the person’s success in life. Everyone faces so many problems in everyday life that will affect the behaviour of that person. So, everyone needs continuous processes of adjustment in every aspect of life. The way a person thinks or handles the problem to solve differs from person to person. The researcher thinks that the way of thinking will help every person to face adversities in life and hence one needs Logical Thinking Skill. The present study aims to investigate the relationship between Adversity Quotient and Logical thinking skill of Prospective teachers at secondary level. This study also analyses the level of Adversity Quotient and Logical Thinking skill of Prospective teachers at secondary level. A random sample consisting 106 prospective teachers at secondary level from Kerala state participated in the study. A percentage analysis was used to find the level of Logical thinking skill and Adversity Quotient level and Karl Pearson’s Product Moment correlation was used to analyse the relationship between the variables. The result shows that there was a weak significant positive correlation between Adversity Quotient and Logical Thinking skill of prospective teachers at secondary level. (r=0.195, significant at 0.05 level).

            Keywords: adversity quotient, logical thinking skill, prospective teachers

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