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    FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT AT SOUTHEAST ASIAN COLLEGE, INCORPORATED: REMEDIATION A RESEARCH PRESENTED TO THE COLLEGE OF HOTEL & RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT OF SOUTHEAST ASIAN COLLEGE, INC. IN A PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE REQUI
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  • Theoretical framework of sex education
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  • New grading system and academic performance of third year nursing students of naga college foundation
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  • Impact of parental involvement in the academic performance of 4th year nursing students sy 2010-2011
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  • Teachers’ personality traits: its impact to the academic performance of the grade vi – pupils of university of rizal system tanay main campus
    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction Personality refers to the total person. It is the expression of what you are and what you do. The core of each individual is the product of all responses that are expressed in everyday living. It includes the things that you say as well
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  • Factors affecting the academic performance of the third year education students in saint joseph college of canlaon
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  • Preference for a learning environment and academic performance of students in a selected college of nursing
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM Introduction Learning environment refers to the physical characteristics of the surroundings of the students when learning. These may vary depending on environmental elements such as sound, light, temperature, and design (Tenedero, 2009). Sound is the first element of the
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  • Nicotine intake and academic performance
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  • Logical structure or theoretical framework
    Logical Structure or Theoretical Framework Problems do not exist in nature but in the minds of people. This can be seen from an examination of the definition of problem: problems stem from the juxtaposition of factors which results in a perplexing or enigmatic state of mind (a cognitive problem),
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    Theoretical Framework Integration of technology and vocational componentsin the basic and general education curriculum in the Asia-Pacific region have attracted increased attention among the regions’ policy makers with the aim of raising the quality of learners and graduates and empowering them f
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  • Internet use and academic performance of the students in sti digos ay 2009-2010
    CHAPTER I THE PROBLEM: rationale and background Introduction There has been no era that can be read in the history books that connecting mankind through internet has made its greatest significance than it is today. The Internet, sometimes called simply “the Net,” is a worldwide system o
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    Theoretical Framework Theoretical Framework Through the course material as well as the knowledge gleaned through research of gap analysis in reflective nursing practice, it is clear that reflective practice is widely accepted in literature and by educators a
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  • Academic performance and the use of internet as a form of entertainment
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  • Teaching competencies in relation to students' academic performance in spamast-cas (ungax research)
    Chapter 1 Introduction Teacher competence and teacher quality are concepts that are often referred to and frequently applied in different educational contexts. Whitty (1996) identifies professional competence, which includes knowledge and understanding of children and their learning, subj
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