devastating student‟s academic performance. Family is the primary socializing agent which moulds the child in society. Therefore, the study was conducted to know the effects of family structure on academic performance of the students at elementary level in district Karak. The main Journal of Sociological Research ISSN 1948-5468 2012, Vol. 3, No.2 www.macrothink.org/jsr 235 objectives of the study were: (a) to explore the effects of family structure on the academic performance of the students at elementary
Thesis study entitled “STUDYING DIFFERENT FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT STUDENTS OF NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DUE TO SELECTED ACTIVITIES” prepared and submitted by Mr. Christer John R. Manalo, Ms. Jemimah V. Camitan, Ms. Krystal Jane M. Fello, Mr. Clarenz Marr R.
Jemimah V. Camitan Ms. Krystal Jane M. Fello Mr. Clarenz Marr Javier Ms. Emerlene P. Milan APPROVAL SHEET This Thesis study entitled “STUDYING DIFFERENT FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THIRD YEAR BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT STUDENTS OF NATIONAL COLLEGE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DUE TO SELECTED ACTIVITIES” prepared and submitted by Mr. Christer John R. Manalo, Ms. Jemimah V. Camitan, Ms. Krystal Jane M. Fello, Mr.
“Factors Affecting the Scholastic Performance of HRM students and Their Implications for Career Opportunities” A Thesis Presented to the Institute of International Hospitality Management St. Anne College Lucena Inc. Lucena City In Partial Fulfillemnt of the Requirement for the Degree of Bachelor of Science in Hotel and Restaurant Management St. Anne College Lucena, Inc. Jessa Marie A. Abuyan Jalekah B. Accad Jayzel Allen M. Iglipa Jayson A. Lamug Mary grace B. Limbo Evangeline
on many college students’ minds is getting enough sleep. Many college students may not think sleep is an integral part of life, when in fact many researchers have found how truly important it is. College is a time when students are transitioning into young adulthood, with increasing amounts of personal responsibility (Brown, Soper, & Buboltz , 2001). This increase in responsibility, that at one point didn’t exist because of familial support, can lead to an interference in student sleep patterns (Pilcher
extrinsic and intrinsic factors contributing job satisfaction of urban secondary school teachers in Namibia. Sample approached by the researcher was 337 secondary school teachers selected randomly from 17 govt schools in Namibia. The demographic factors dealt with were age, gender, resources in the school, teaching experience, rank, qualification and marital status. Further, researcher also conclusive highlighted by the researcher were- (i) With respect to burnout factors like emotional exhaustion
The extent of student’s learning in academics may be determined by the grades a student earns for a period of learning has been done. It is believed that a grade is a primary indicator of such learning. If a learner earns high grades it is concluded that they may also have learned a lot while low grades indicate lesser learning. However, many experiences and studies found out that there are also several factors that would account for the grades. No single factor can be definitely pointed out as predicting
can raise educational standards. Our analysis suggests that the English policy of increasing school, spending over the past few years has been worth the investment. Doane B.T (2008) Studied the relationship between school facilities & academic achievement. This project involved an interview with three faculty members at each of three high schools in rural Appalachian Ohio. In order to be considered for participation in this study, the chosen schools had to meet one of following criteria: recently
CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION Parental involvement in a child’s academic activities is believed to have an impact on a child’s academic achievement within Awendo Sub-Division, Migori County. Considering the fact that education is essential for the development of a society; it is important to look into factors that affect the achievement of a child directly and indirectly. It is a fact that with a higher population of educated individuals within a society, the more civilized and disciple the society
reached the purpose of the study. 3.2: Research Approach and Design As information for all, survey may used for explanatory, exploratory and descriptive research. This study is applied the descriptive survey design whose aim to define the main factors that affecting the organization behavior. The descriptive survey design was choosing for this research because it provides an