Academic Performance of Working Students Essay

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    The word ‘Achievement’ refers to the act of attaining desired objectives or aim or level. Educationally, the word ‘achievement’ refers to an individual’s performance up to a desired level in a particular field. Achievement is the accomplishment of student’s ability and performance. It is multi-dimensional and intricately related to human growth and cognitive, emotional, social and physical development. It reflects the whole child. It is not related to a single instance, but occurs across time and levels, through a student’s life in public school and on into postsecondary years and working life. Achievement is generally used in the sense of ability to do, capacity to do or tendency to do. Quality of performance has become the key factor for…

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    a group and work towards producing an outstanding piece of work. While working on the task, I took advantage of the opportunity to reflect upon my interpersonal and communication skills. M. Bambacas and M. Patrickson (2008, p.52) argue that “Interpersonal communication explains "the means" by which organisational activities, such as managing, controlling, planning, and leading are delivered”. This area of interpersonal communication has also been explored by Hunsaker and Alessandra (1986), who…

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    Consuming breakfast may increase nutritional intake for children and boost their performance at school. Mahoney et al. (2005) conducted an experiment to test the effect of breakfast on cognitive performance on primary school children in the USA. The children in the study either consumed an oatmeal or ready-to-eat cereal breakfast or did not and then completed a series of cognitive tests. They found that breakfast consumption increased cognitive performance, especially in the students who…

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    Many high school students have part time jobs for various reasons, such as supporting their families, covering their tuition fees, and earning pocket money. Without having a college degree or a professional skill, many working students in high school choose to work in fast-food chains as busboys, waiters, or waitresses. However, these “highly structured” jobs, according to Amitai Etzioni, the author of “Working at McDonald’s,” are “far from providing opportunities for entrepreneurship or…

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    activities, bills, and student achievement. The Great Recession of 2008 and 2009 had many effects on the state of the economy; however, how economic downturns effect student achievement is not usually addressed. When the economy is negatively shocked from factors of the great recession, it calls to question whether the recession affects the younger generation similarly to the adult generations. In student achievement, the primary and secondary school students are normally tracked via…

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    learning and learning independently and their main motives. Independent learning is an effective learning which execute the students in a positive manner such as it will help in improving academic performance of the students, students will become resourceful and one can gain confidence and motivate oneself while learning independently. Learners will not only get new ideas and skills but also improve one’s academic performance through independent learning. With the spread of independent learning…

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    Intrinsic Motivation

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    Next is the discussion on the importance of motivation in the academic…

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    in technology help improve intelligence and academic performance of students in grade school and college? Introduction A study done in Chicago, Illinois, required third graders and adults to play a version of the n-back game testing memory. Researchers noticed that as a result, not only long-term and working memory had improved, but also other cognitive abilities such as fluid intelligence. While long-term memory is information you remember and store in your mind, working memory “is the…

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    a complex learning skills that students use it to transform and integrate their knowledge with experiences to accomplish a high level of cognitive ability (Abu Jado, 2015; Chelliah & Arumugan, 2012; Meek, Riner, Pesut, Runshe, & Allam, 2013; Phan, 2009). Moreover, the advantages of reflective thinking can improve and develop significantly in students’ cognitive and emotional intelligence; such as, self-awareness, lifelong learning skills, problem-solving skills, critical thinking, and clinical…

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    Becoming sexually active might cause a decline in academic performance because sex may psychologically distress or emotionally distract students, causing them to pay less attention to coursework. However, the direction of causality may run in the opposite direction. Poor academic performance may cause PMMS marine engineering graduating to become sexually active. College students may become disillusioned or depressed due to receiving low grades and may psychologically compensate for their…

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