"Affect Of Overseas Filipino Workers Parents To The Academic Performance Of Their Children" Essays and Research Papers

  • Affect Of Overseas Filipino Workers Parents To The Academic Performance Of Their Children

    ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOL CHILDREN OF OVERSEAS FILIPINO WORKERS (OFW) IN TACLOBAN CITY ______________ A Thesis Presented to The Faculty of the Graduate School _______________ In Partial Fulfillment of The Requirements for The Degree Master of Arts in Administration and Supervision _______________ By Jeanilen T. Salubon March 2014 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION` Background of the Study The academic performances of pupils differ...

    Filipino American, Filipino Canadian, Filipino diaspora 683  Words | 3  Pages

  • Overseas Filipino Worker

    ARTICLES 1.) 26 Feb 2011 Working Abroad: the Joys and Challenges Five parents share the advantages and disadvantages that comes with making the difficult decision of earning a living for the family by working abroad. By Jazer Basan Overseas employment has drastically changed the set-up of the Filipino family and the entire society over the decades. The pros and the cons are in a constant see-saw as to which outweighs the other. While a higher salary and better benefits are enticing, there...

    Family, Filipino diaspora, Languages of the Philippines 1147  Words | 3  Pages

  • Academic Performance of Students with Absentee Parents

    Academic Performance of Students with Absentee Parents CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION This study is made to understand the performance, specifically the academic performance, of students without the guidance of their parents or having absentee parents. In studying, parents are important to help guide, teach and lead their children because a child need supports from their loved ones and also discipline to be motivated. It is a parent’s responsibility to take care of their children, it is hard for a...

    Childhood, Developmental psychology, Emotion 1878  Words | 5  Pages

  • Problems met by the students whose parents are overseas filipino workers (ofw's)

    kind of experience occurs in a home. A home will never be called a home without its members – the family. Family like home plays an important role to a child's development. Parents together create a family environment which fosters the development of skills and attitude necessary to achieve in school. On the other hand, children from poor learning at home have only small chance of excelling. For the most, the joy and satisfaction of personal achievement will have been place beyond their reach by a...

    Economy of the Philippines, Filipino American, Filipino diaspora 865  Words | 3  Pages

  • Effects of Parents Working Abroad to the Scholastic Performance of Their Children

    Title: The effects of the absence of both parents to children’s academic performance and social behavior. This study aims to answer the following: 1. What is the reason’s why both parents work? 2. Who takes care of the child in their absence? What will become of the child? 3. Effects of both parents working abroad: • Advantage and disadvantage • Social/Intellectual effect on child • Relationship between parents and child • Maternal and Paternal duty...

    Absenteeism, Academia, Affect 571  Words | 3  Pages

  • Overseas Filipino Workers

    expensive major," said former paramedic Fran Aycocho whose daughter just complete the first year of her studies. The salary for an RN in Manila is about 5,000 pesos per month. Why would anyone go into debt, and struggle through a brutal academic program only to earn less than $150 per month? The answer, quite simply, is that nursing is the number one way of getting out of the Philippines and finding a well-paid job in another country. Eighty percent of the Philippine population...

    Economy of the Philippines, Filipino American, Filipino language 1683  Words | 5  Pages

  • How Parental Attitude Affects the Academic Performance of the Students.

    part in mental organization and general behavior of the individual. The Filipino society is a child-oriented society. The child is basically a product of several agencies, the most important roles in the upbringing and educating the child, although some differences and possible conflicts might be found in the approaches of these two socializing agencies. (Ocampo, 2000) The child is an extension of his parents. Therefore on cannot overlook the importance which home plays on his development...

    Education, Father, High school 939  Words | 5  Pages

  • Overseas Filipino Workers

    Introduction This concept paper is about Overseas Filipino Workers. The author aims to discuss the advantages, disadvantages and other important information on working abroad. The main focus of this paper is to determine the reason/s Filipinos decide to work abroad and how the Philippine government supports and helps them. The author chose this topic to learn more about the subject and to be aware of the different problems experienced by Overseas Filipino Workers. She gives importance to this topic...

    Economy of the Philippines, Filipino American, Filipino diaspora 1357  Words | 4  Pages

  • Influence of Parents on Academic Performance

    Influence of Parents on Academic Performance of Adolescents Authorities parenting, psychosocial maturity and academic success among adolescents, study of Steinberg et al. (1989) describes that when a parents treat their child warmly, democratically, and firmly, they will develop positive attitudes, they will achieve more and do better in school. Multidimensional conceptualization of parent involvement in children’s schooling according to Grolmck’s (1994), it describes that...

    Achievement test, Family, Parent 751  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of the Absence of Both Parents to Children's Academic Performance and Social Behavior

    Title: The effects of the absence of both parents to children’s academic performance and social behavior. This study aims to answer the following: 1. What is the reason’s why both parents work? 2. Who takes care of the child in their absence? What will become of the child? 3. Effects of both parents working abroad: • Advantage and disadvantage • Social/Intellectual effect on child • Relationship between parents and child • Maternal and Paternal...

    Family, Father, Languages of the Philippines 558  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Effects of Working Overseas of Filipino Parents on the Academic Performance of Their Children

    OF WORKING OVERSEAS OF FILIPINO PARENTS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THEIR CHILDREN by Pascual, Kristelle D. March 21, 2012 Introduction As experienced by many Filipino children like me nowadays, separation from one of our parents results to a very great impact in our lives. Unlike any other children with both parents present at home, raising us up needs more effort and careful attention since that there is only one attending parent. The temporary single parent at home must...

    Extended family, Family, Father 2783  Words | 9  Pages

  • Affects on Children of Divorced Parents

    Affects on Children of Divorced Parents The topic of the term paper is children of divorced parents. We will look at how divorce affects children from a variety of age groups and genders as well as how they are affected during and after the divorce. There is not a lot of history of research and study surrounding this particular topic. Most has been within the past two decades. Which make sense, since the divorce rate has skyrocketed in very recent history. We will start by examining the...

    Divorce, Divorce demography, Family 1714  Words | 5  Pages

  • Child Parent Conflict and Academic Performance

    Child-Parent Conflict and Academic Performance Introduction Education and family plays a major role in the psychological development of a child. Parent- child relationships are unique, but vary in complexity (Barber, 1994); however, the universal element among all relationships is conflict. Child-parent conflict is defined as a struggle, or trial of strength between a child (defined in my research paper as an individual under the age of 18) and their guardian(s). There are many different conflicts...

    Child abuse, Domestic violence, Family 2201  Words | 7  Pages

  • Overseas Filipino and Parents

    poverty which affects lives of many. They lack the sources to improve their lives, they starve because they cannot afford food for their own family and especially they do not have the means to send their children to school. In the Philippines, many want to go to abroad to have a brighter future for themselves and their family. They sacrifice being away from their love ones just for them to give them a better taste of life. Most of which are parents who wants to give their children a better life...

    Economy of the Philippines, Filipino American, Languages of the Philippines 2388  Words | 8  Pages

  • Technology: It’s Effect to Filipino Youth and Their Academic Performance

    Technology: It’s Effect to Filipino Youth And Their Academic Performance Joy Anne R. Puazo Bataan Peninsula State University Balanga Campus Technology: It’s Effect to Filipino Youth And Their Academic Performance Technology has been subject of reliance for information overload, communication and entertainment. Computers, laptops and cell phones are not only for luxuries and wants nowadays but also considered as needs of everyone that is why even Filipino youth today is being dependent...

    Developmental psychology, Education, Educational psychology 823  Words | 3  Pages

  • Mental Health Disorders in Parents: The Affects on Children and Youth

    Mental Health Disorders in Parents: The Affects on Children and Youth Introduction It has been reported that 21-23 percent of children have or have had atleast one parent with a mental health disorder. These statistics raise concern about the wellbeing of children with parents who possess a server mental illness and the resources not just for the parent, but the child or children affected. Children require numerous amounts of needs from their caregivers and an issue with parents who carry a severe mental...

    Abnormal psychology, Anxiety disorder, Childhood 1230  Words | 4  Pages

  • Broken Families and Its Effects on Children

    Anniversary Issue |   | | | ‘OFW parents should know the academic status of kids’by Liza Agoot School children whose parents are overseas Filipino workers are emotionally affected by the status of their families. To help them, there is a need for the school to know that the parents of the children are OFWs.  City councilor Lulu Tabanda has submitted a proposed resolution urging educational institutions in the city to inform OFW parents of the status of their children enrolled in the institution.  ...

    Baguio City, City council, Cordillera Administrative Region 875  Words | 6  Pages

  • Overseas Filipino Workers

    OFWs and their remittances In our culture, the usual teaching of our parents is for their sons and daughters to study hard, enter into a good college and find a suitable work. In the early days this will be enough, and you can already start your own family. However, why is it now even though you have graduated in one of the most prestigious Universities or working in a multinational firm it is not yet enough and you still find yourself struggling to survive? Recently, in an article published...

    Economic growth, Economics, Filipino language 1127  Words | 4  Pages

  • Home Environment and Academic Performance

    Environment and Academic Performance INTRODUCTION Background of the Study. Nigerian environment is associated with unclassified problems entangled with impoverish outlook and being devoid of most modern facilities and infrastructure that could sustain an urban area. This is clearly manifested on the standard of living and the contribution of the people towards national development. This circumvented problem in the rural areas has adverse effect on the students’ academic performance. It is...

    College, Education, Enugu State 1385  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects of the absences of ofw parents

    “The Effects of the Absence of OFW Parents to 3rd year Student’s Academic Performance and Social Behavior of SJCNI.” A Research Paper Presented to Mrs. Jely Ann L. Placido St. Joseph College of Novaliches Inc. In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in Statistics and Research Subject By THE OBLIVION IV-WISDOM SY: 2014-2015 LEADER: Manalang, Yvonne Alyssa A. Members: Aninang, Patrick D.R Bernardino, Modina Jane T. Cruz, Ariel Joseph U. Edillor, Irvin Hendrix F. Melaño, John...

    Human behavior, Overseas Filipino, Parent 1056  Words | 3  Pages

  • Academic Performance of Ted Working Students

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF WORKING STUDENTS OF TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE A Research Study Presented to the Faculty of the Teacher Education Department in Occidental Mindoro State College In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor in Elementary Education JAMILAH E. DELA CRUZ BENJAMIN M. DEBISME MA. VENUS F. MAGAY LYKA SALAZAR ERLINE RIVERA 2012 CHAPTER I BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY ...

    Affect, Education, Full-time 581  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Impact of Non- Serious Behavior of Parents on Their Children Academic Performance

    Impact of Non- Serious Behavior of Parents on Their Children Academic Performance By: Sanam Sarwar 1: Introduction: Recent years in Pakistan, school management faces many challenges through studies of their students although they are performing well when they are at school but at home their performance were not improved. Management have decided to solve this out and arranged a meeting of staff members of all the campuses. They have gathered data of children those progress are not satisfactory...

    Childhood, Education, Father 1369  Words | 4  Pages

  • How love relationships affect students' academic performance

    SAN MARCELINO ST. ERMITA, MANILA IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBJECT: TECHNICAL ENGLISH HOW LOVE RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTS STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE SUBMITTED BY; CABANLIT, JOHN PAOLO P. MAPYA, MASSI SUBMITTED TO: PROF. JOSE RIZAL DAPAT CHAPTER 1 HOW LOVE RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTS STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE I. Introduction A. Background of the study Having love relationship with other individual has been part of lifestyle for most students today...

    College, Education, Interpersonal relationship 891  Words | 4  Pages

  • Four Basic Parenting Styles used by the 21st Century Parents

    each child is home where their parents stand as their first teacher. It is said that, whatever the child possess outside the home reflects on what family he or she has. The home is the best place to teach, learn good manner and discipline. Sharing life together in marriage and with the children increases the happiness of man and woman. Parents must teach their children all day, every day, whether they realize it or not. Children pick up the habits of their parents, the prejudices, and values from...

    21st century, Childhood, Education 686  Words | 5  Pages

  • Overseas Employment

    Overseas Employment A Concept Paper Presented to Mrs. Maria Suzette G. Palao Language and Humanities Department San Beda College Alabang In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for Eng 102 (Technical Writing) Second Semester Academic Year 2011-2012 by De Jesus, Kim Kea R. Ocampo, Victoria Joselle A. Vasquez, Nica Tere B. Abstract Overseas employment refers to employment of a worker outside a country. Overseas employment has been part of Filipino households’ lives. It provides...

    Economy of the Philippines, Employment, Filipino American 2433  Words | 7  Pages

  • Filipino Diaspora

    ISSUES Filipino workers are moving out of their homeland to work overseas so they could get higher income and sustain the needs of the family. Despite the branding and labelling battle cry of our agencies in country to OFWs as the “bagong bayani”, these people are encountering much bigger problems such as family issues, relationship gap between their children and prolonged separation that leads to infidelity and other problems regarding their family. Overseas Filipino Workers have...

    Filipino American, Filipino Canadian, Filipino diaspora 467  Words | 3  Pages

  • parents presuures on their children

    people would disagree that parents play an important role in their children's achievement. However, some people would argue that parents of high-achieving students play a detrimental role by pressuring their children to achieve at unrealistically high levels or to satisfy the parents' needs. Parents of academically talented children have been accused of pushing their children to achieve at exceptional levels and sooner than usual. While there is empirical evidence that parent factors have a positive...

    Academia, Aptitude, Educational assessment and evaluation 1157  Words | 4  Pages

  • The Effect of Parent Socio Economic Status on the Academic Performance of Primary School Pupils

    of the parents’ social status or class on the academic performance of the pupils. Therefore, the objectives of the study are: i. To find out whether there is any relationship between pupils academic performance and parent’s economic background and the extent to which socio-economic status of parent can influence the academic performance of pupils. ii. To investigate the effect of socio-economic background on the academic performance of pupils and the cause of differences in the academic performance...

    Max Weber, Social class, Social classes 2432  Words | 7  Pages

  • Commputer Affects the Academic Performance of Students

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE NON AVAILABILITY OF COMPUTERS AT HOME IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE FIRST YEAR BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION STUDENTS AT DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, BACOLOR, PAMPANGA BY: ESTOLLOSO, JENIBETH MERCADO, DIANNE PINEDA, CHRISTINE SALANGSANG, KRIZEL MAE ...

    Integrated circuit, Personal computer 721  Words | 3  Pages

  • DIFFERENT FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS

    DIFFERENT FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS Submitted by: Cayleen C. Capco BSIT- 1IT4 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION A. NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY In educational institutions, success is measured by academic performance, or how well a student meets standards set out by local government and the institution itself. As career competition grows even fiercer in the working world, the importance of students doing well in school has caught...

    Affect, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Education 678  Words | 3  Pages

  • Overseas Employment and Its Effects.Docx

    Overseas employment and its effects  By Randy David Philippine Daily Inquirer First Posted 00:19:00 07/18/2009 Filed Under: Overseas Employment , Remittances , Migration ,Family  The business pages of both the Philippine Daily Inquirer and the Philippine Star carried almost identical headlines the other day. ?Remittances surged to $1.48B in May,? said the Inquirer. ?OFW remittances hit record high in May,? said The Star. One cannot miss the celebratory tone in which Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas...

    Economy of the Philippines, Filipino American, Filipino diaspora 1697  Words | 5  Pages

  • Addiction to Computer Online Games That Affect the Academic Performance of Elementary Pupils

    SEANJAMES TITLE The Addiction of Grade Five Pupils to Computer Online Games that Affect the Academic Performance Among Elementary Pupils of Oton Central Elementary School from School year 2012 – 2013 Objectives of the Study The main objective of the study is to ascertain the factors that contribute to the Addiction of Grade Five Pupils to Computer Online Games that affect the Academic Performance among elementary students of Oton Central Elementary School from School year 2012 – 2013. ...

    Education, Online game, Personal computer 847  Words | 4  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Student's Academic Performance

    AFFECTING STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE There are various factors that can influence a student in their academic performance whether it is negative or positive Parent’s Motivation should be there to teach their children to appreciate their hard work and guide them as they move along. A student must learn to devote their time and effort and exercise diligence and patience while studying; parents and their family has a very strong influence that affects heavily their performance. The children’s...

    Education, Motivation, Peer group 894  Words | 3  Pages

  • High School and Academic Performance

    State in Nigeria : Causes and Effects on Academic Performance Sarumi Abidoye, Ph.D1 & Okoji Olufemi Onweazu2 Department of Adult Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. +23457239075 2. Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, Lead City University, Nigeria +23452610898. E-mail of the corresponding author : * femiokoji2008@yahoo.com ABSTRACT The study examined the causes and effects of indiscipline on academic performance of female secondary school students in...

    College, Education, High school 1176  Words | 4  Pages

  • EFFECT OF BROKEN FAMILY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A CHILD

     EFFECT OF BROKEN FAMILY ON THE PERFORMANCE OF A CHILD BY KAYODE OLADIPUPO OLAYEMI Project Analyst DIPSON KAYUS COMPUTER PALACE LTD IBADAN, OYO STATE 08058573347, 07063796484 NOVEMBER, 2014 INTRODUCTION The family is the child's first place of contact with the world. The child as a result, acquires initial education and socialization from parents and other significant persons in the family. Agulana (2009) pointed out that the family lays the psychological, moral, and spiritual...

    Data, Data analysis, Educational psychology 1468  Words | 7  Pages

  • Chapter 1 factors affecting academic performance

    everyone’s concern. In 1990, the United Nation Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) launched Education For All (EFA), the movement to provide quality education for all children, youth, and adults globally by the year 2015. The right to education is universal and extends to all children, youth and adults with disabilities. This right is enshrined in the Convention on the Rights of the Child (1989) and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2008). It is also...

    Audiogram, Deaf culture, Disability 1737  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Academic Performances of the Senior Students with Ofw Parents

    ------------------------------------------------- THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES OF THE SENIOR STUDENTS OF XAVIER UNIVERSITY HIGH SCHOOL-ATENEO DE CAGAYAN BATCH 2012-2013 WITH OFW PARENTS A RESEARCH PAPER Presented to the Faculty of English Department ------------------------------------------------- Xavier University High School-Ateneo de Cagayan ------------------------------------------------- In the partial fulfillment of the requirement of English IV School Year 2012-2012 ____...

    Academic term, Cagayan de Oro City, Child 6262  Words | 20  Pages

  • Nutrition on Academic Performance

    Nutrition and Fitness on Academic Performance The health and overall fitness of adolescents and students has taken a radical turn in the most recent decades. Each year the overall body mass index of this particular group of individuals is steadily increasing. It seems to many that one’s health is a vital role in success, especially in the academic realm. Research was conducted to see whether this slight decrease of fitness and health has an impact on a student’s academic performance (Burkhalter 201)...

    Brain, Exercise, High school 2619  Words | 7  Pages

  • Effects Of Parents Working Abroad To Th

     Effects to Child of Parents Working Abroad. _____________________ By: Ma. Crisanta V. Naldo Wilmar Nietes Robert Ivan M. Hernaez A Research Paper presented to the Faculty of College of Arts and Sciences. ICCT COLLEGES FOUNDATION, INC. SAN MATEO CAMPUS Table of Content Acknowledgement… CHAPTER 1 : BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Significance of the Study Scope and Delimitation of the Study Definition of Terms CHAPTER 2 : REVIEW OF RELATED STUDIES AND LITERATURE Review of Related Studies...

    Child, Family, Languages of the Philippines 429  Words | 4  Pages

  • FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF MUSLIM WOMEN IN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY - ILIGAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

    CHAPTER V SUMMARY, CONLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS This chapter presents the summary of findings, conclusions and recommendations made by the researchers regarding the Factors Affecting the Academic Performance of Muslim Women in College of Education. Summary The researchers gathered 87 respondents in which 16 respondents from BEED-Science and Health, 15 from BSE-Gen. Science, 13 BSE-Biology, 11 BSE-TLE, 9 BEED-English, 7 BSIED-Drafting, 5 BSE-Chemistry, 5 BSE-Mathematics, 3 BSE-Physics...

    Affect, Education, University 750  Words | 5  Pages

  • Self-efficacy and Academic Performance

    settings have widely reported that self-efficacy positively correlates with academic performance. In this study, the researchers will examine if the same conclusion will apply to the 3rd year Education students of Xavier University-Ateneo de Cagayan. Self-efficacy is said to have a measure of control over individual's thoughts, feelings and actions. This means that the beliefs that individuals hold about their capabilities affect greatly how they will behave. Thus, many research show that self efficacy...

    Academic term, Albert Bandura, Cagayan de Oro City 1922  Words | 6  Pages

  • Parents Affect on Their Childrens Sporting Lives

    Parents have a great affect on their children. Parents like their kids to be involved in many different activities to make the child a well rounded person. Sports is a main activity that parents get their children involved in. Sports develops character, as well as discipline, self respect, etc… Sometimes parents don't realize that even though the sport itself teaches the child, they are the most visible teacher to the child. Parents are often the ones who get out of control at sporting events...

    Behavior, Child, Danny Almonte 892  Words | 3  Pages

  • Negative Factors in Parents' Lives Affect Their Children

    Negative factors in parents' lives affect their children When it comes to child's developmental factors, parents are the primary source of their growth. Why? According to a new study from a senior health and science correspondent at Reuters Sharon Begley (2011), negative factors in parents' lives, and parents' bad treatment of children might contribute to some serious negative effects on their children. These negative effects include social problems, emotional problems, and physical problems....

    Affect display, Childhood, Concerted cultivation 830  Words | 3  Pages

  • How Divorce Affects Children

    Divorce Affects Children 2 Unfortunately divorce has become a common occurrence in children’s lives, both for young children and young adolescents. According to the American Psychological Association, the statistic of divorce in the United State has reached forty to fifty percent levels. Approximately half of the forty to fifty percent of divorced couples in the United States affect children under the age of eighteen. Although, it is both psychological and painful for all children experiencing...

    Affect, Alimony, Anxiety 920  Words | 3  Pages

  • Parenting and Academic Performance

    PARENTING AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE Name: Institution: Abstract The academic success of a student is influenced by many factors. The factors include the parental influences, school environments, teachers and the individual ability of the student. Parental factors may stretch to gender and the educational level of the parents (Rael, 2011). In many attempts, literature has tried to explain the immense impact of the styles of parenting to the college students. The parenting styles...

    Childhood, Concerted cultivation, Motivation 984  Words | 4  Pages

  • Home Background on Academic Performanc

    INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The academic performance of any child cannot be separated from the home background in which the child grows up. A healthy home background offers emotional security to a child.  Agholor (2005), This investigation that has adopted refined measure of family, influences have tended to show that they are related more strongly to academic outcome, than global measure of family background. The impact of family background on the academic achievement in school is today receiving...

    Affect, Education, Family 839  Words | 3  Pages

  • Learning Enviroment and Its Effects on Student Academic Performance in Integrated Science

    BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY In Nigeria, secondary education is the education children receive after primary education and before the tertiary stage. Consequently, the broad goals of secondary education are geared to prepare the individual for useful living within the society and to progress to higher education (Federal Government of Nigeria, 2004). The school at this level is established so that students can learn in order to be able to transmit knowledge from one generation to another for the continuity...

    College, Education, High school 1396  Words | 5  Pages

  • Single Parent Homes and Academic Achievement

    | Single-Parent Homes | The Effect of Single-Parent Homes on Academic Achievement | | | Abstract Children from single parent homes are not as negatively impacted academically as some in the popular media suggest. The number of children living in single-parent homes has risen dramatically over the last 10 years. Despite prior research stating that single-parenting itself has a negative impact on academic achievement, new findings show that it is other social and environmental factors...

    Family, Father, Marriage 3174  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects Of Having Parent Working Abroad

    Effects of Having an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) Parent on the Academic Performance of Tertiary School Students from First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH), First Semester AY 2011-2012 I. Target Readers: Students who have an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) parent II. Research Objectives: After reading this research paper, FAITH tertiary students should be able to: 1. Cite the advantages of having an OFW parent in terms of the following aspects: a. Financial b. Behavioral ...

    Economy of the Philippines, Filipino American, Languages of the Philippines 302  Words | 2  Pages

  • Family Stress and Their Relation to Academic Performance

    learning Stress, particularly family related stress can have an impact on a student’s academic performance. College students have many obstacles to overcome in order to achieve their finest academic performance. Different stressors such as time management, financial problems, sleep deprivation; social activities can all pose their own threat to a student’s academic performance. The way that academic performance is measured is through the ordinal scale of general weighted average (GWA). A student’s...

    Academic term, De La Salle Araneta University, De La Salle Philippines 1268  Words | 4  Pages

  • Factors That Affect the Academic Performance of the Student Using Computer

    Too much computer exposure may hinder learning By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, The Christian Science Monitor For all the schools and parents who have together invested billions to give children a learning edge through the latest computer technology, a mammoth new study by German researchers brings some sobering news: Too much exposure to computers might spell trouble for the developing mind. | | | Key to the future: In Freeport, Maine, all seventh- and eighth-graders get their own laptop. | | ...

    Computer, Computer graphics, Computing 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • Factors That Affect the Academic Performance

    make an all round participations in development process by acquiring knowledge, ability, skills and attitudes. Academic performance is affected by different factors. We cannot deny the fact that these factors could really affect the student’s academic performance. Some students who are influences by peer groups or barkadas tends to cutting class which may results their low academic performance. The peer factors like smoking may cause disease that would become hindrance to their success and this differs...

    Academia, Facebook, Peer group 2468  Words | 9  Pages

  • Factors Affecting the Academic Performance of Working Students

    Factors Affecting the academic performance of working students Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The financial burden of education fees are rising. Due to the continues increasing price of tuition fees, school fees and other education finances, families tend to face financial crisis particularly on managing the budget of the family income. These includes the budget for food, education, electricity bills and other financial bills. The family is...

    Affect, Education, Full-time 1159  Words | 6  Pages

  • Academic Performances and Romntic Relationship

    teenagers especially on college students. Love is a very powerful emotion which makes it capable of bringing out the best and the worst in people. Emotion makes the person aberrantly happy or on the other hand lonely. It affects people’s surroundings like a person’s academic performances and also the relationship of their own family and friends. For some psychologists, love is described as cognitive and social phenomenon, one is that closely linked with conscious affection. Falling in love can be the...

    Human sexuality, Interpersonal relationship, Intimate relationship 1850  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects of Having Ofw Parents

    Topic: Effects of Having an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) Parent on the Academic Performance of Tertiary School Students from First Asia Institute of Technology and Humanities (FAITH), First Semester AY 2011-2012 I. Target Readers: Students who have an Overseas Filipino Worker (OFW) parent II. Research Objectives: After reading this research paper, FAITH tertiary students should be able to: 1. Cite the advantages of having an OFW parent in terms of the following aspects: a...

    Family, Filipino diaspora, Languages of the Philippines 3277  Words | 11  Pages

  • Relationship in the Family and Its Effect to the Student's Academic Performance

    RELATIONSHIP IN THE FAMILY; ITS EFFECT TO THE ACADEMMIC PERFORMANCE OF PALAWAN STATE UNIVERSITY-LABORATORY HIGH SCHOOL CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM: RATIONALE AND BACKGROUND Background of the Study Family, they are the ones that will always be there for you no matter how screwed up you become, they will always have your back. It has been increasingly recognised in the fields of education and psychology that family has a significant impact to the student’s development and learning. ...

    Cousin, Education, Family 853  Words | 3  Pages

  • Stereotyping Students: Improving Academic Performance Through Stereotypes

    Stereotyping Students: Improving Academic Performance Through Stereotypes This paper will examine how the impact that stereotypes have depends entirely on the connotation that they are used with. Drawing on several essays discussing the consequences of stereotypes this essay shows the relationship between students and stereotypes. The paper aims to show educators and students the unintentional impacts that stereotypes have on the academic performance of students. According to Marlene Philip...

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