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Study on Problems in Conducting Cocurricular activities in Secondary level

2019-02-24T01:25:44+05:00

ABSTRACT Education may be a corner stone of economic process and social development and a principal suggests that of up the welfare of people. As Lockheed and Verspoor (1991) declared education helps to cut back economic condition by increasing the worth and potency of the labor offered and by mitigating the population, health and organic process consequences of economic condition. Education is gained through sorts of activities. Aggarwal (1996) declared a pupil gets fourth part of his/her education from his/her lecturers, another fourth part from his/her own intellectual efforts, another fourth from his/her fellow students and also the rest within [...]

Study on Problems in Conducting Cocurricular activities in Secondary level2019-02-24T01:25:44+05:00

Impact of Parents Teacher Meeting on the Students Academic Performance at Secondary School

2019-02-23T01:14:22+05:00

ABSTRACT Policy makers, school teachers, and educational experts have often advocated encouraging parents to become more involved in their children’s academic lives. Increasing parental involvement is a focal point of both President George W. Bush’s No Child Left Behind Act and President Obama’s Race to the Top initiative. Recognizing that parents’ decisions play a major role in their children’s schooling, these programs promote parental engagement as a remedy for the United States’ persistent socioeconomic and racial achievement gaps.2 The educational reality in developing countries is fundamentally different, as many children are first-generation students whose parents might not be able to [...]

Impact of Parents Teacher Meeting on the Students Academic Performance at Secondary School2019-02-23T01:14:22+05:00

Impact of Peer Monitoring on students motivations and academic performance at Secondary school

2019-02-23T00:31:02+05:00

Abstract The present study examines the impact of participation of first university students in a very full-year peer mentoring program in addition as individual variations in motivation in reference to outcome measures of retention and accomplishment. A sample of 983 1st year students completed the educational Motivation Inventory (Tremblay, 1998) and united to provide final grades; 537 students were every which way assigned to participate within the program, whereas the rest served as an effect cluster. Mentored students WHO continuing to participate mid-way through the second semester had considerably higher final grades than did students in the management cluster. There [...]

Impact of Peer Monitoring on students motivations and academic performance at Secondary school2019-02-23T00:31:02+05:00

B.ED Thesis on extracurricular activities on students academic performance

2019-02-05T00:31:47+05:00

AIOU B.ED Thesis on extracurricular activities on students academic performance The extracurricular activities are those outside the mastering the ordinary educational modules of the university o University education, carried out by students (Dacombe, 2014). OR The term "extracurricular activities" refers to Activities that take place outside the usual program School curriculum (mandatory). These activities are It is done voluntarily and students do not receive extra Qualifications in response to participation in these activities.(Holloway, 2010). There are many types of extracurricular activities, for example, sport, club, administration, music, art and dramatization. The extracurricular activities are absolutely volunteers, that is, students who are [...]

B.ED Thesis on extracurricular activities on students academic performance2019-02-05T00:31:47+05:00

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