3 edition of Achievement in secondary school: attitudes, personality and school success found in the catalog.
Achievement in secondary school: attitudes, personality and school success
by National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, Book Publishing Division in Windsor
Written in English
Bibliography: p. -208.
|Statement||[by] R. Sumner and F. W. Warburton.|
|Contributions||Warburton, Francis William, joint author., National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales.|
|LC Classifications||LA635 .S9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||208|
|LC Control Number||72183203|
Factors Affecting the Academic Achievement: A Study of Elementary School Students of NCR Delhi, India MeenuDev, Ph.D Two theories explaining personality differences between men and women have been proposed. The first the school is responsible for the experiences that make up the individual’s life during school periods, yet parents and. attitude. On teacher personality,  contend that teachers’ characteristics are strong determinants of students’ performance in secondary schools. According to  effective teachers appear to be effective with students of all achievement levels, regardless of the level of heterogeneity in their Size: KB.
Ι. Personality traits, attitudes and beliefs These include personality traits related to the professional role of a teacher, which can be nurtured and developed through initial education and continuous training (Whitty ). Specifically, studies have shown thatCited by: The Influence of Personality Trait on the Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Cross River State, Nigeria. should be arranged to accompany success to encourage continuous positive performance. This will serve as Of particular interest is the role that these traits play in the academic achievement of secondary school File Size: KB.
Factors Affecting Students’ Quality of Academic Performance: A Case of Secondary School Level 2| students’ performance remains at top priority for educators. It is meant for making a difference locally, regionally, nationally and globally. Educators, trainers, and researchers have long been interested in. The goals are to raise achievement and improve students’ attitudes toward their school. The approach is built around a variety of research bases, including the following: cognitive research, the effects of early and sustained intervention, and motivation by:
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Achievement in secondary school: attitudes, personality and school success. Windsor, National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, Book Pub. Division, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Raymond Sumner; Francis William Warburton; National Foundation for Educational Research in England and.
The full paper – Attitudes to school and reading achievement among secondary school students – is free to access in the Australian Journal of Education until 24 February.
Thomas Cain and John Hattie say some schools wouldn’t consider an effective bullying strategy and actions as being an important component of their “must-have” list for improving reading. That is, the positive influence of school context on im- proved achievement is mediated by students’ attitudes about themselves as learners and by be- havior that is correlated with academic success.
The figure suggests two major research questions that frame the analyses in later sections: 1. academic performance.
And so, attitude, one of the affective characteristics – is the general evaluation of people about themselves, others, other objects, events or problems. Studies on attitude generally explore how attitude influences success in school.
Attitude, therefore, affects learning in science and in particular physics (Sedlacek File Size: KB. School Adjustment, Motivation and Academic Achievement among Students Article (PDF Available) in International Journal of Management and Social Sciences 7(10).
"Attitudes to School" influence achievement but only indirectly level of aspiration had significant direct effect on achievement and personality and school success book between attitudes and achievement. Sirohi Vineeta () carried out a study of under achievement in relation to study habits and attitudes.
The aim of study the contribution ofFile Size: 41KB. contact with friends who have stayed in schools, however, these friends may provide moral support for returning to school. Attitudes and aspiration of peers as well as peers’ expectations and standards affect individual’s efforts and achievement in school.
For many secondary school students, achieving in school is in directFile Size: KB. This research aims at studying the relationships between personality traits and academic achievement among students. Participants were students ( female and 94 male). Instruments used were NEO Big Five Personality Factors and student's GPA.
Results revealed personality traits were significantly related to academic by: der-achievement of students’ at school has a long history in educational psy-chological research.
Consequently, improving student academic achievement had long been an extremely complicated and vexing problem for school sys-tems and education policy makers. Among the many efforts aimed to improveCited by: 2. An explanation of why students' motivation and school achievement drop as they transition into secondary school is that: A) the subject matter becomes more difficult.
B) teachers focus on grades rather than mastery of the material. C) they are intimidated by the older students. D) there is a decline in their use of self-handicapping strategies.
The research studies were compiled to obtain a sample size ofsubjects. The results of the random effect model showed that motivation has a low-level positive effect on student achievement.
The moderators identified for the study were the publication type, publication year. A Similar study was carried out by Kiragu () who studied factors affecting achievement in mathematics at the secondary school level in Kenya.
This study established that the teacher's qualifications, quality of text-books, frequency of marking and interest among students are significant Size: KB. Demographics (Gender, School Sector, Parents Qualification, Choice of Course) and Academic Achievement: Previous studies demonstrate that achievement in science is gender dependent.
Male and female students’ achievement in science is significantly correlated (Schibeci and RileyWeinburgh ). Student Learning: Attitudes, Engagement and Strategies the picture to students’ more general attitudes towards school including stu-dents’ sense of belonging at school.
• Students’ beliefs about themselves. This includes students’ views about their own Student Learning: Attitudes, Engagement and Strategies File Size: KB. achievement in secondary schools in Nyandarua County. Teachers setting performance targets in KCSE does not have significant effect on academic achievement in secondary schools in Nyandarua County.
Conceptual framework Simkins cited in Adeyemi () argued that the education system is a productive system that has outputs. Influence of teacher characteristics on students’ academic achievement among secondary schools Anita Kosgei 1, Jairo Kirwa Mise 2, Odhiambo Odera *3, Mary Evelyn Ayugi 4 experience, attitude and personality.
Akinsolu () asserts that availability of qualified teachers determined the performance of students in by: Peer-review under responsibility of the Sakarya University doi: / INTE Learning strategy, personality traits and academic achievement of university students VereÅ¡ovÃ¡ Marcela* Constantine the Philosopher University, Faculty of Education, Departmet of Educational and School Psychology, DrÃ¡Å¾ovskÃ¡ 4 Cited by: 8.
enter school with high levels of intrinsic motivation, although motivation tends to decline as children progress through school.
Research suggests that motivation can be manipulated through certain instructional practices, although studies demonstrate both positive and negative effects.
The Impact of Students’ Attitudes on the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry in Secondary Schools in Bureti District, Kenya Chepkorir Salome Department of Science Education, P.O. BoxUniversity of Eldoret, Eldoret, Kenya. _____ Abstract The achievement of students in Chemistry in Kenya’s secondary schools has remained low.
preference and the overall academic achievement of a group of Malaysian students in a religious secondary school. Learning Styles and Academic Achievements There have been many attempts made to enhance students’ academic achievements.
It has. achievement in the secondary school (p. ). Thus, the purpose of this study is to determine the attitude of secondary school teachers towards teaching reading in the content areas and investigate whether a significant difference exists in their attitude towards content literacy instruction with respect to variables such as.Achievement of Higher Secondary School Students Lawrence Assistant Professor, School of Education, Tamil Nadu Open University, Chennai –Tamil Nadu, India.
Keywords study habits, academic achievement, higher secondary school students Education ABSTRACT The present study was probed to find the significant relationship between.attitude towards teaching profession are independent and that age has nothing to do with attitudes towards teaching profession.
A total of teachers (75 males & 75 females) from thirty secondary schools located at Imphal West District, Manipur (India) with mean ageSDwere selected through simple random Size: KB.