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Analysis on the factors affecting the academic performance o
Transcript of Analysis on the factors affecting the academic performance o
Students nowadays have mixed personalities, likes, dislikes, hobbies, addictions. Each of these affects a student’s academic performance. The factors affects the student in this aspects learning, activeness, days of present, test, physical appearance, mental stability/intellectual, endurance, and how he/she communicate/treats other students. The factors can give a good or a bad result it will depends on how the students perform with the situations/factors.
This study aims to identify the factors affecting the academic performance of the students, from Feu Makati Students S.Y. 2014-2015 at Gil Puyat Avenue Corner Zuellig Loop, Makati City. Specifically it seeks to answer the following questions
1. What is the demographic profile of the students in terms of:
1.1. Economic Status
1.3. Educational Attainment of parents
2. What are the factors affecting the academic performance of the students?
3. Is there a significant relationship between the factors affecting the academic performance of the students and their demographic profile?
Statement of the problem
Skinner(1980), states that programmed learning that is based on operant conditioning. this method assumes that any complex task can be broken down into a number of small steps. this steps can be shaped individually and then combined in sequence to form the correct behavioral chain in response to learning.
In addition to concepts such as association and reinforcement, cognitive psychologist use concepts such as mental structures, schemas, templates, and information processing. cognitive psychologist see people as searching for information, weighing evidence, and making decisions. let's consider some classic research that points to cognitive factors in learning as opposed to mechanical associations. these cognitive factors are not limited to humans although, of course, humans are the only species that can tlak about them (Rathus,2011).
Figure1: Paradigm of the study
The Conceptual framework explains how Demographic profile in terms of Gender, Economic Status, and Educational attainment of the parents affects the performance of the students and how this demographic profile generates the factors affecting the academic performance of the student
Gist of review of related literature
“Youth who are regularly active also have a better chance of a healthy adulthood. The American Heart Association recommends that children and adolescents should do 60 minutes or more of physical activity daily and they participate in physical activities that are appropriate for their age and enjoyable. (Northrup and wittberg, 2010)
The study suggests that focusing more on physical fitness and physical education in school would result in healthier, happier and smarter children (Northrup and wittberg, 2010).
Students perform poorly in school simply because they lack good study habits. In many cases, students don't know where to begin, don't fully understand the material, are not motivated by it, or feel that there was too much work given to them with too little time to complete or study it. If their studying skills do not improve, these students will continue to test poorly and not perform to their fullest potential (unknown, 1966).
Summary of findings
I. Demographic Profile
1. In terms of age, majority of the respondents (68%) whose age falls between 16-18 years old
2. Followed by another group of 14 respondents (28%) whose age falls between 19-20 years old.
3. And lastly another group of 2 respondents (4%) whose age falls between 23-24 years old.
4. The respondents are distributed into 28 females (56%) and 22 males (44%)
5. On the mother's side having the biggest block where 40 answered (80%) that their mother is an college graduate followed by 10 respondents (20%) answered that their mother is an highschool graduate.
6. On the father's side having the biggest block where 44 respondents answered (88%) that their father is an college graduate and followed by 6 respondents (12%) answered that their father is an high school graduate.
7. In terms of Economic Status having the biggest block of 27 respondents (54%) that their family earns 50,000 or more a month followed by 11 respondents (22%) that their family earns 25,000-50,000 a month and followed again by 8 respondents (16%) that their family earns 20,000-25,000 a month and lastly with 4 respondents (8%) that their family earns 10,000 or below a month.
Summary of findings
II. Study days
1 with the biggest block having 23 respondents (46%) saying that they study only a week or so before the exam
2 followed by the group of 10 respondents (20%) saying that they study most of their time
3 followed by the group of respondents of 9 (18%) saying that they study everyday
4 lastly having the group of 8 respondents (16%) saying that they only study rarely.
Summary of findings
III. Academic Performance
1 the biggest block with 40 respondents (80%) with the rank 1st of all the factors stated saying that environment affects the student performance largely.
2 Followed by 38 respondents (76%) place 2nd at the table saying teacher’s strategy most likely affects largely the student performance.
3 Followed by 37 respondents (74%) ranked 3rd in table 3.8 saying that peer’s/classmates also affects the performance largely.
4 Followed by 33 respondents (66%) 4th place at table 3.8 saying that study habits most likely affects the student performance largely but didn’t make it at top 3 factors.
5 Followed by 21 respondents (42%) 5th place at table 3.8 saying that class standing also affects but considered not a factor but almost a factor. Followed by
6 18 respondents (36%) 6th place in table 3.8 saying that school facility affects also but not considered a factor due to low percentage.
7 Followed by 13 respondents (26%) currently the last place 7th in table 3.8 saying that parental heritage affects also the performance of the student but not considered a factor affecting the academic performance of the students.
1 With the range of 16-18 years old is mostly affected by this study
2 Making Environment, Teacher’s Strategy, Peers/Classmates, and study habits as the factors affecting the academic performance of the student whether it’s positive or negative.
3 16-18 years old students usually study a week or so before the exam
To The Students
1.Students are most likely affected by environment, teachers strategy and peer's/class mates they can most likely improve their communications with them for positive side or reduce the modes of communications for negative side.
2.Students most likely have to take those factors positively for positive outputs.
3.Students has to limit their communications to bully's/Bad Influence from his environment
To The Teachers
1.Teachers most likely has to do some peer counseling or 1 on 1 talk with his/her students.
2. Teachers have to retain his/her strategies if the performance of each individual is very good.
3. Adopt new teaching strategies from technology.
To The Parents
1.Parents has to be investigative on the performance of his/her child
2.Reduce the ways of scolding to their childs and make it to a one on one talk with out any punishment given.
3.Motivate your child by giving something as reward
To The Future Researchers
1.Future researchers can get information from this study
2.Future researchers most likely can indicate how the factors affects the students.