Effects Of Modern Technology To The Academic Performance Of Filipino Grade School Students Essays and Term Papers

  • 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...

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  • Effect of Living Situation on Students' Academic Performance in School

    REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE INTRODUCTION When students earn a below average grade on examinations or a report card, it does not necessarily mean that they did not study hard enough. There are many intelligent children who do not perform well in school, not because they cannot comprehend classroom lessons...

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  • The Effect of Computer Technology on the Academic Performance of Bsed Students

    yourself). Learning is a function of the natural and continual variability in the world and variable action upon it. Constructivists would argue that in a school class not all children learn the same thing. The important thing for educators is to ascertain what each child knows and then plan learning programmes...

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  • Bullying in School and its Effects to the Students' Academic Performance

     Bullying in School and its Effects on the StudentsAcademic Achievements Thesis Statement: Bullying in schools is believed to be a normal part of school life, however, when people begin to have this mentality, they forget that bullying is physically and psychologically harmful to both the bully...

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  • Effects of Academic Performance of Students

    Related Literature The controversy over whether technology actually improves student learning is one that stirs debate and motivates research. The articles reported in the economics literature have been limited both in quantity and scope with methods and results varying across studies. The literature...

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  • THE NEGATIVE EFFECT OF PESO-NET TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN GRADE-VI STUDENTS IN BULUA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

    THE NEGATIVE EFFECT OF PESO-NET TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN GRADE-VI STUDENTS IN BULUA ELEMENTARY SCHOOL A Research Proposal Presented to the Faculty of College of Engineering and Architecture Institute of technology Department Cagayan de Oro College-PHINMA Education Network In Partial...

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  • The Effects of Social Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Grade 7 Students

    PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION Based on the studies today , social media has influenced students to rely on the accessibility of information that is available on the internet .The students are reduced on focusing on their learning as well as on retaining the information. In the Philippines...

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  • Effects of Modern Technology to the Students

    Significance of the study (TECHNOLOGY) Education in its general sense is a form of learning in which the knowledge, skills, and habits of a group of people are transferred from one generation to the next through teaching, training, or research. Education frequently takes place under the guidance of...

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  • EFFECT OF PEER PRESSURE OF STUDENTS' ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY SCHOOL

    predictor of an adolescent's own behavior. However, peer pressure can also have positive effects when youth are pressured by their peers toward positive behavior, such as volunteering for charity or excelling in academics. The importance of peers declines upon entering adulthood. While socially accepted kids...

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  • Effects of Powerpoint Presentation in the Academic Performance of the Senior Students in Madapdap High School

    Effect of PowerPoint Presentation in the Academic Achievement of the Senior Students of Madapdap Rest. High School in Physics In partial fulfilment of the requirement for the subject Elective 2 Current Trends and Researches in Science Teaching Submitted by: Jeffrey R. Yumang ...

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  • Online Games: Its Effects to the Academic Performance of the Fourth Year High School Student

    addiction. However, online games have bad effects on people’s life especially teenagers. Online games addiction has become popular in the society which seriously influences children both physically and mentally. The researchers observed that some of the students are missing during classes. One of the...

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  • Effect of Study Habits on Academic Performance of High School Students

    19th century, when it was noted that fossils occurred in a sequential order in layers of rock. Simpler organisms occurred in lower layers, while more modern-appearing ones were always found closer to the top. Because bottom layers of rock are older than top layers, the sequence of fossils is a chronology...

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  • Effect of Study Habits on Academic Performance of High School Students

    19. Using lecture notes and the textbook, I can usually predict 50-60 Percent of the questions on a test. Y N 19. 20. I could get better grades. Y N 20. 21. I take time to study every day. Y N 21. 22. I try to record everything a teacher says in a lecture. Y N 22. Study Habits...

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  • Effects of Online Gaming to the Academic Performance of High School Students

    St. Mary’s Academy of Carmen Carmen, Cagayan de Oro City PAASCU Accredited “Computer Gaming Effects to the Academic Performance among High school students” A Research paper presented to Ms. Malou B. Cagalitan In partial fulfillment of the requirements in English 10 Valerie G. Maurin ...

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  • Effects of Romantic Relationships on Academic Performance of High School Students

    whether or not there is an association between academic performance and involvement in a romantic relationship amongst high school students. The variables looked at were dating status (single or involved), level of involvement in the relationship, and grade point average. Variables were calculated on a...

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  • Effects of Romantic Relationship of Academic Performance of High School Students

    ------------------------------------------------- Cogito ergo sum | | Cogito ergo sum (French: "Je pense donc je suis"; English: "I think, therefore I am") is aphilosophical Latin statement proposed by René Descartes. The simple meaning of the phrase is that someone wondering whether or not...

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  • Essays » Miscellaneous Effect of Living Situation on Students' Academic Performance in School

    required; performance affected Material delays; marginal underachievement of target performance Significant delays; performance significantly under target Multiple severe health crises/injury or death Indeterminate prolonged suspension of work; non performance Non achievement...

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  • Effects of Online Gaming to the Academic Performance of High School Students

    Reflection on Youth Leadership camp 2012 By: Nisie N. Depio A leader is not a position it’s a role in responding to the needs of others. “For even the Son of Man came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many” (Mark 10:45). A leader is a servant leader who...

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  • Effect of Ict on the Academic Performance of Students

    communication technology (ICT) is an instructional technology to enhance teaching and learning in pre schools, it is the application of organized or scientific knowledge to practical tasks of teaching and learning in pre-schools. According to Akinola and Aremu, (2000) instructional technologies incorporate...

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  • effect of stress on students academic performance

    useful for the study and to avoid duplication of already done work on the study. The researcher reviewed a literature on the Effect of Stress on Student’s Academic Performance on Kogi State University Undergraduates”. The researcher also presents a theoretical approach relevant to the study and its implication...

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