Compression in the Level of Stress and Adjustment: A Study of Elementary School Students During Online Classes

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Parul Gupta
Laxmi Pandey
Harish Kumar

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Aim: The present study aimed to investigate the level of stress and adjustment of elementary school students during online classes. Methodology: A sample of 40 elementary school students was taken from 2 private schools in Noida, UP, India. The sample was collected with a random sampling technique. The tool used for this study was (i) Student Stress Inventory (SSI) by Mohammad Aziz Shah Mohamed Arip was used to measure the level of stress among elementary school students. (ii) Adjustment Inventory of School Students (AISS) by Prof. A.K.P. Sinha 8 Prof. R.P. Singh was used to measure the adjustment level among elementary school students. The data was analyzed by using mean, standard deviation, and t-test. Findings: However, no significant difference was established in the stress level of the studied sample, and all 11 null hypotheses were accepted, but the results indicate that (i) Boys are more likely to experience stress than girls of elementary school students. (ii) Lower ages of elementary school students experience more stress than higher of elementary school students. (iii) Boys are more likely to experience stress in the physical component of the stress scale than girls of elementary school students. (iv) Boys are more likely to experience stress in interpersonal relationships component of stress scale than girls of elementary school students.

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Gupta P, Pandey L, Kumar H. Compression in the Level of Stress and Adjustment: A Study of Elementary School Students During Online Classes. JTER [Internet]. 30Dec.2021 [cited 9Aug.2022];16(02):7-0. Available from: https://jter.in/index.php/JTER/article/view/177
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