Licencing Abstract The present research study was design to investigate the factors affecting academic performance of graduate students of Islamia University of Bahawalpur Rahim Yar Khan Campus. The data were collected from students through separate structured questionnaire from different departments of Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Rahim Yar Khan Campus using the simple random sampling technique.
Introduction The present research was conducted to investigate the role or impact of student teacher relationship on academic performance of students.
A sizable literature and some other scholarly article suggest that if teachers take the time to build relationships they can motivate their students to learn. Further research also suggests that teachers need to have a strong belief that building relationships are important to the motivation process.
Teachers have to ensure that they are meeting student needs, both academically and emotionally. Creating classroom environments that promote positive cultures with healthy interactions can motivate students to learn more.
Almost everyone has a favorite and those we liked less, it totally depends on how the student teacher relationship were developed, nurtured and given space to evolve.
Jun 05, · The purpose of this study was to determine if being in a romantic relationship in college effects the academic performance of a student. Often times, being in a relationship can dramatically effect a person’s life, especially young adults. 2. Research Methodology. In this study a linear model of graduate student performance was designed. graduate student academic performance was taken as a dependent variable and gender, age, faculty of study, schooling, father/guardian social economic status, residential area, medium of schooling, tuition, study hour and accommodation as an independent variables. mesa, manila the effect of the social factors on the academic performance of the selected students in the bachelor in business teacher education of the college of education, polytechnic university of the philippines sbumitted by: florentino, marjorie s. benlot, zenny t. fiestada, natalie jane f. bbte iii-3d submitted to: dr.
Kim Lee, Aligned with the attachment theory positive STR enables the students to feel secure and safe in their learning environment and provide scaffolding for social and academic skills.
Teachers who support students in learning environment can positively impact their academic outcomes which are important for long term trajectory of academic achievement and eventually employment. Great teachers have high expectations for their students, but even higher expectations for themselves.
These teachers recognize the importance of connecting with their students, that if they are unable to connect with them emotionally then influencing their minds may be impossible. Despite the countless reforms, educational movements, and programs implemented to improve education, no other element can be as profound as the human element.
The teacher contended that his job was to provide his students with information and their job was to absorb that information.
He continued his passiveness by arguing those who did not want to learn could sit in the back and sleep. Both teachers and students have to value their contribution. A student has to feel worthwhile and appreciated. A teacher needs to recognize that he or she can have a positive effect on their students.
A student wants to feel connected to people and to feel as though he or she deserves to be loved and respected Stipek, According to Stipek many of the students who are not doing well academically, are the same ones who have a poor relationship with their teachers.
Typically, the more they fall behind academically, often, the more this relationship is weakened. If they are constantly remains back in class, the environment and the teacher-student relationship STR begin to hold negative associations.
Students who perceived a more nurturing relationship with their teachers tended to have better attitudes towards academics and often did better than their peers who lacked the same support system. Some other researches supported the idea that a good teacher-student relationship positively influenced learning.
The more connected a child feels, the more they are willing to attempt tasks and to seek help when necessary. The student who feels this sense of connectedness may want to maintain it or please the teacher by doing well in class.
However, it is the teacher who plays the greatest role in setting the atmosphere Whitaker, Whitaker argues that it is better to create the relationship that will motivate the student to behave well. School climate and culture will enable or restrict classroom instruction and student learning Stewart,since students adapt to their environment.
If educators create a culture where students are expected to succeed, many often conform. Researchers van der Westhuizen, Mosoge, Swanepoel, and Coetsee, suggest that an effective organizational culture can enhance academic achievement and lead to reduced student drop out and failure rates, effective discipline, and regular attendance.
The second element is school organizational structure, which Stewart uses to describe school and class size, both found to lead to positive behavioral and scholastic achievement. The third element Stewart explored was the schools social structure, which includes characteristics such as staff and student ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, teacher skill and preparation.
Students with high self-esteem are more likely to be self-efficacious and set higher goals. Self-esteem also effects student socially.The Link Between Sports and Academic Performance Whether children, teenagers, or adults – studies have consistently demonstrated that physically active people remain healthier and are able to perform better on tests of cerebral or intellectual ability.
Research Methodology. In this study a linear model of graduate student performance was designed. graduate student academic performance was taken as a dependent variable and gender, age, faculty of study, schooling, father/guardian social economic status, residential area, medium of schooling, tuition, study hour and accommodation as an independent variables.
Mar 13, · The procedure is the researchers’ first brain storm what can be the effects of having a relationship to their academic performance of CFAD students.
After brain storming the researchers’ make the questionnaire. In the studies examined by the CDC report, “increased time in physical education appears to have a positive relationship or no relationship with academic achievement.
Increased time in physical education does not appear to have a negative relationship with academic achievement. Jan 03, · For most students, strong academic performance ideally leads to a college acceptance and the path to a dream job.
Likewise, most students begin . An Analysis of the Effect of Relationship Status on Self-Esteem and Academic Performance Nykole McLaughlin Abstract Self-esteem is a complex construct that has been defined in .