Gadget: Computer and Academic Performance

2555 WordsJul 14, 201311 Pages
NEW ERA UNIVERSITY #9 Central Avenue, New Era, Quezon City Gadgets Obsession and Academic Performance Of High School Students Submitted by : Go, JolinaQ. Colintava, Lanimarie Dizon, Mark Lean Salvador, Angel G. Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION Gadget refers to any electronic device that has specific functions like voice recording, music playing, surveillance, video playing, photos displaying, etc. The advantage here is that because of its mobility, it can help you lessen the time you consume in your work load. Most school systems have technology standards that all students must attain at various points throughout their education. Education standards are guidelines that define the knowledge and…show more content…
Gadgets compile many products in one. But over using them tends to change its usefulness to destruction, therefore users who are experiencing addiction to gadgets seems to be more noticeable as it greatly affects their psychological ability and of course their social interaction that is why we made this study to figure out, how gadgets dramatically affects the performance of the students. STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM This study aims to know the effect of obsession to the academic performance of High School students. Specifically this study seeks to answer the following question: This study specifically answers the following questions: 1. What is the demographic profile of the respondents in terms of: 1.1Gender 1.2 Economical Status 2. What are the different gadgets being obsessed by the students? 3. What is the activity you mostly do in your gadget 4. How do gadgets affect their everyday life? 5. Is there a significant relationship between the students obsession of the different gadgets in their overall performance? 6. How may the results of the study be utilized to enhance the academic performance of the students? SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY This research is with great significance to the readers because life generally demands, challenging, fast phasing and unstoppable because of continuous evolution of technology and its consequences. For students to serve
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