Dyslexic Student Achievement

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Mohammad Reza Rabiee Nezhad (2013) tried to examine the effectiveness based on MI model over self-esteem and academic achievement of male dyslexic students. According to them self esteem plays an important role in the achievement of students with learning disabilities. In this study research design is semi-experimental of pre-test post test with control group and follow -up testing.. Self-esteem was measured by Rosenberg’s self-esteem scale. Student’s academic achievement were calculted by average of student’s grade and converting descriptive feedback into score. In order to analyze data descriptive and inferential statistics were used. In order to examine the two groups in terms of MI & Self-esteem, academic achievement using the tools…show more content…
Lok David (2008), investigated the relationship between individuals‟ achievement strategy adopted in academic setting, their Big Five personality, and their academic achievement. This study also examined whether achievement strategy groups (i.e., optimism, defensive pessimism, self-handicapping, and learned helplessness) could be identified in the Hong Kong education context, and how these achievement strategies may be related to personalities. Methods: Participants were three groups of students at different educational level (lower secondary school, upper secondary school, and university undergraduate). They completed questionnaires that assess their achievement strategy in academic context, their personality dimension, and their achievement outcome. Results: The present study found consistent patterns of relationship between personality, achievement strategy, and academic achievement across the three educational levels. The personality dimension of conscientiousness has the strongest relationship with academic achievement. Cognitive and behavioral achievement strategies were also related to academic achievement across the educational groups. Discussion: This study demonstrates the importance of the relationship between personality, achievement strategy, and academic achievement. Educators may have a better educational planning in the…show more content…
To provide empirical support for this suggestion, they used these 4 guiding principles to explain a case of productive disciplinary engagement from fostering communities of learner’s classroom. They used the principles to understand one group of student’s emergent and sustained controversy over a species classification. The article closes by reflecting on the generality of the principles, showing how they can be used to understand other of productive disciplinary engagement from the literature on reform programs in science and

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