Unlike extraversion which possess positive emotions, neuroticism people often encounter negative emotions. Neuroticism is also known as emotional instability. Self-esteem and sense of security are some of the main traits in neuroticism. As claimed by Costa and McCrae (1980), under neuroticism, there are negative attributes such as being moody, frustration, guilt, irrational concerns and uneasiness. Costa and McCrae (1980) found that neurotic features influence one more severely than one’s trouble, but not necessarily lessen one’s happiness.
(R. Barringer, 2009) It talks about the degree of feeling threatened having difficulty coping with the uncertain changes happening around him. People with high tolerance of ambiguity and more cognitive complex are more adaptive to changes than people with low tolerance of ambiguity and less cognitive complex. They tend to pay attention to more information. According to Cherry, K. (n.d.) locus of control is a belief about whether the outcomes of our actions are contingent on what we do (internal control) or on events outside our personal control (external control). It refers to the feelings people develop concerning the level of control over their destinies.
27 articles of the 2,148 total met the needed criteria, and were analyzed. She found that good, encouraging relationships with peers were likely to have a positive impact on educational and personal development. If interpersonal relationships such as student-teacher and peer relationships aren’t substantial, it can have a negative impact on the student’s well being, and even have an impact on psychological stress and mental illness. Peer acceptance was a vital factor, and contributed significantly to a sense of belonging in secondary school
Being sad or fearful alerts people to potential threats or danger and how they should react in such a situation. Experiencing negative feelings is also crucial to appreciating pleasure and happiness once it occurs. Although happiness is generally a more desired feeling, negative emotions contain many unknown benefits in which people should begin to actually accept the sadness or anger they experience. After all, the irony of these emotional stereotypes is that happiness can not exist or even be appreciated without negative
316), while addressing each student as a unique entity (Roberts & Mills, 2009), according to a research of Eric Davis, 2010. Research suggests that high-quality counseling services can have long-term effects on a child’s well-being and can prevent a student from turning to violence and drug or alcohol abuse. High-quality school coun¬seling services can improve a student’s academic achievement. Studies on the effects of school counseling have shown positive effects on student’s grades, reducing classroom disruptions, and enhancing teachers’ abilities to manage classroom behavior effectively. High-quality school counseling services also can help to address students’ mental health needs, (U.S. Department of Education,
III. Literature review Role of leadership There are ample of studies resulted that parental involvement is a positive factor for student success in school. In the research by Grolnick, Friendly, and Bellas (2009), the result showed that the families could have a strong influence on student’s educational outcome in school, such as a positive enthusiasm and well development. Thus, the role of parents is an essential part in their children’s education. When the parents show their support in their children education, the children will realize the importance of learning in school.
(1) Develop a strategy to enhance a high degree of collective efficacy among the new teachers and indifferents. What mastery experiences are needed, and how will you get them for your teachers? What kinds of models or other vicarious experiences should your teachers have, and where will they get them? What kind of activities will be useful to persuade teachers that they can improve the proficiency of their students? What kind of affective state is needed in your school to develop the collective efficacy that you need?
High self-efficacy perceptions are also believed to make individuals engage in tasks that develop their skills and capabilities, while low-efficacy perceptions make students choose tasks that will not need development of new skills (Schunk, 1991). Pajares (1996) found that the self-efficacy of gifted students was based on their perceptions of their cognitive ability. In another study, Zimmerman and Kitsantas (2005) suggest that high self-efficacy students attribute more responsibility to learners than to teachers and that perceived responsibility was an important motive for academic achievement. In line with these findings, students who, in paper I, based their self-efficacy on positive self perceptions as excellent students received their efficacy information from their general cognitive ability. They emphasized their own responsibility and their strategy was to study alone without asking for help from peers or teachers.
Statement of the problem This research aims to determine the factors influencing the happiness depending to the teenagers’ perspective, preference and beliefs. • What are the factors influencing the happiness of the Senior high school students of E. Rodriguez Jr. High School? Significance of the study The findings of this study will be beneficial to: Students. This study will benefit the students to know how the factor of happiness influenced them.. Also, this study will benefit the students to become conscious and aware to the things that can bring happiness to their peers. Teachers.
Study habits itself affects the Academic performance of students taking up BS Accountancy measured by their General points average (GPA). According to Nonis & Hudson (2010), Study Habits can have either positive or negative effects with academic performance because of its direct relationship with it. There is a positive effect of study habits if one’s General Percentage Average (GPA) were good or high on the other hand, if their grades are below average there is a negative impact on it. Positive or negative effect is based on grades because it represents the academic performance of each student. Every student wants to aim for a high grades, and in order to achieve it students should know how to be effective.