Published Jan 29, 2021

Guangming Wang  

Jian Li

Jingxian Jian


Using the "Middle School Student Mathematics Learning Non-intellectual Questionnaire," a total of 1,400 middle school students in 11 districts and counties of Tianjin were surveyed. According to the data, using the raw score normalization method and the formula “T = 50+10×Z”, the middle school student mathematics learning non-intellectual population and its sub-dimensions norm table were established the corresponding grade evaluation standard was determined. The results of applied research were analyzed for class and individual application cases, and corresponding suggestions were made based on the analysis results.



Middle School Student, Mathematics, Non-Intellectual, Norm, Grade Evaluation Standard

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How to Cite
Wang, G., Li, J., & Jian, J. (2021). The Non-Intellectual Norm of Middle School Students’ Mathematics Learning and Its Grade Evaluation Standard: Taking Tianjin as an Example. Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 7(1), 907-922. https://doi.org/10.15354/bece.21.ar007