Browsing 2.13 Graduate School of Education (Human Sciences) by Subject "Academic performance"
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A path analytic study of the direct and indirect influences of social support, self-esteem, and self-efficacy, being mediated by coping style, on the academic performance of Myanmar adolescent double orphans in Shan State (Assumption University, 2013)
The present study examined the direct influences of social support, self-esteem, and selfefficacy on academic performance, as well as their indirect influences, being mediated by problemfocused coping and emotion-focused coping among double orphans aged 11 to 15 years residing in orphanages in Shan State, Myanmar. A total of 277 middle school students recruited from 18 orphanages via systematic sampling participated in the study by voluntarily responding to the study’s questionnaire. Path analysis indicated that for the double orphans ...
Impact of parental involvement, teacher-student relationship, and resilience on academic performance among middle school students in Kang Won Province, in South Korea (Assumption University Press, 2016)
The study investigated the impact of parental involvement, teacher-student relationship, and resilience on the academic performance of middle school students in Kang Won Province, South Korean. The study's participants consisted of students selected from three middle schools in Kang Won Province, South Korea. The research measures employed included the Parental Home and School Involvement Scale, Teacher-Student Relationship Inventory, and the Connor-Davidson Resilience Scale 25. Results from multiple regression analysis showed that perception ...
INFLUENCES OF TEMPERAMENT TYPES ON UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ WELL-BEING, ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND COLLEGE ADJUSTMENT (Digital Production Press, Assumption University, 2017)
The purpose of this present study was to investigate the influence of the temperament types toward university students’ well-being, academic performance and college adjustment. Temperament types are basic dimensions of personality that are fundamentally based on biology and genetics. Its biological foundation posits that temperamental traits are relatively stable, consistent across cultures and situations, and evident throughout the lifespan. The marked individual differences are due to the developmental processes—a byproduct of maturation, ...
A study of the relationship between use of bilingual strategies and academic performance of Assumption University's learners of French (Assumption University Press, 2017)
This study examines the relationship between students’ use of bilingual strategies and their academic performance in the Department of Business French of Assumption University (AU). A quantitative approach was adopted. The study includes a sample of 63 students learning French in AU. A questionnaire was elaborated to collect data about the frequency of use of bilingual strategies and the academic performance of students. Descriptive and correlational statistics, including a Pearson Product Moment computation of correlation, were used to interpret ...