CORRELATION OF STUDY HABITS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN PHYSICS OF FOURTH YEAR STUDENTS IN SAINT ANNES CATHOLIC SCHOOL IN HAGONOY, BULACAN Abstract Common problem of the students that contributes to their poor academic performance is the lack of proper study habits. For an excellent performance, there wasa need for the student to have a good study habit. A student, who wants to study well, needs to choose a suitable practice for his studies. How to study is as important as what to study and how to
STUDY HABITS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THIRD YEAR STUDENTS OF SANTA ROSA SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR 2011-2012 A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School Polytechnic University of the Philippines Santa Rosa Campus In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree Master in Educational Management By JESUSA G. HABIG August 2011 CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Effective study skills are necessary for a high school student
reason, analyse and to articulate logically. According to Aristotle "Mathematics is the study of quantity". In the modern age of science and information technology the knowledge of mathematics is very crucial and useful (Singh 2004). According to Goel (2006), the science of mathematics played a pivotal role not only in the industrial revolution, but in the scientific developments that have occurred since.
A recent study conducted in 2012 regarding the highest rates of obesity in the world found that the UAE is actually ranked 5th (Saberi, 2012).This is due to several factors, mainly including the lack of support for sports programs operating in educational intuitions by the UAE community, including the government and parents. This lack of support may arise out of some people’s perceptions that the time and energy spent on sports should be invested in other activities such as studying. However, these
think, reason, analyse and to articulate logically. According to Aristotle "Mathematics is the study of quantity". In the modern age of science and information technology the knowledge of mathematics is very crucial and useful (Singh 2004). According to Goel (2006), the science of mathematics played a pivotal role not only in the industrial revolution but in the scientific developments that have
OF STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS BY Adekoya Emmanuel Olusegun Abstract This study investigated the influence of psychosocial factors on the achievement secondary school students in mathematics. The variables that were addressed include test anxiety, locus of control, self concept, motivation, study habit and peer influence. The population for the study included all Senior Secondary School 2 (SSS 2) students in Ogun State. Two hundred (200) SS 2 students were randomly
of the pupils. They are the agents of social changes, facilitators of desirable learning, counsellors of learners, consultant and resource persons, researchers and evaluator and manager of the teaching – learning situation. With these crucial roles, teachers really need to be competent. Studies conducted in the Philippine Normal
CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Education is the bedrock of the development of any nation. This is the reason that a government invests heavily in the education of her citizens. Secondary education, a sub-set of the education level, is very necessary in human capital formation. It is the supply base from which tertiary institutions draw their major clientele (students) for admission into their different programmes. It, therefore, presupposes that the provision of qualitative education