Action research is a self-initiated scientific way to solve own problems of an individual. The immediate objective of this type of research is to find out the appropriate solution to improve the effectiveness of work, activity or process. In educational scenario, action research is related with different types of evaluative, investigative and analysis related research activities planned to diagnose problems and weakness. It is not just a diagnostic process but it is very effective to test and proposed a new insight to solve the problem too. Positive attitude towards any work or thought significantly motivates an individual to work enthusiastically. Attitude determine how people’s feeling, thinking process, motivation and to behave a particular situation. In this context present study was conducted to know the level of Attitude towards Action research of primary teachers, to know if there any significant difference in the level of Attitude towards Action research of primary teachers on the ground of their gender, type of school, academic qualification, and levels of research experiance. Survey method was applied to conduct this study. Total 130 Primary teachers were selected as the sample in the study. There were 69 female and 61 male primary teachers in the sample. Action Research Attitude Scale (ARAS) was used to collect the data. Study revealed that primary teachers were showing moderate level of Attitude towards action research. There was a significance difference in the level of attitude towards action research on the ground of their gender, school type, qualification, teaching experience and research experience.
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