Learning Attitudes of Junior High School Students Toward Home-Based Education
The data set assessing the learning attitudes of junior high school (JHS) students toward Home-Based Learning and the learning attitudes measured across gender, grade level, age, and socio-economic status. Students’ Learning Attitudes which are attributed to students’ feelings and behaviors in learning during Home-Based Education (HBE) is an important factor in students’ goal setting, beliefs toward learning, school adjustment, academic self-efficacy, intrinsic valuation of schoolwork, problem-solving skills, and motivations. The data collected examined the Students’ Learning Attitudes towards Home-Based Education. Data collection employed a descriptive - survey approach to determine the level of Students’ Learning Attitudes towards Home-Based Education measured in terms of Nature, Anxiety, Expectations, & Openness to Learning; and to assess Students’ Learning Attitudes measured in the four dimensions across gender, grade level, age, and socio-economic status.