Addressing the issues that have a substantial impact on student academic, personal/social and career development. The mental health professionals or School counsellors are members of the School’s Student Wellbeing Team, and consequently work within a team‐based framework. “Student wellbeing” refers to the promotion and maintenance of effective learning, positive mental health, good physical health, and the social wellbeing of students within the School’s care. The triangular forces –parents-Teachers-Society are responsible for the mental health of the students. Mental Health The public Health Agency of Canada defines mental health as “the capacity of
The role of counselling or psychotherapy is a “means of gaining access to cultural resources that can be used to solve or resolve problems in living and to construct a life that has meaning and purpose”. (McLeod, J. 2005). Cultural resources from a pluralistic stance focus on the strengths of a client (Duncan, Miller and Sparks, 2004). They are viewed as both a form of resilience and strength, but also as a means by which a client can be connected to a social network outside of the therapy room.
 have applied different decision tree algorithms like ID3(Iterative Dichotomiser) and C4.5 to predict students academic performances and checked their accuracy to choose the appropriate algorithm that could be effectively applied. Mohammed M. Abu Tair and Alaa M. El-Halees  have given a case study on how to use different data mining techniques like Association Rule Mining, Clustering, Classification and Outlier Detection at various phases to improve the academic performance of graduate
Have you ever wondered about the extent to which peer groups affect academic performance? An Academician can impact your child’s academic performance significantly. They are a member of an academy for promoting science, art, or literature and promoter of its ideas such as university professor, lecturers. A study published by Williams Project on the Study of Economics, stronger students have an impact on Academician and actually help improve overall academic performance of the peer group. International requirement is seen as the second cause.
To lean back from your client may convey the opposite message. E- Eye contact with a client conveys the message that you are interested in what the client has to say. R- Try to be relaxed or natural with the client. Being relaxed means that you are comfortable with using your body as a vehicle of personal contact and expression and for putting the client at ease (Egan, The skilled helper, 2014). Interchangeable and addictive empathy Empathy is the ability to recognize and relate to other people’s emotions.
The study is anchored on the theory of educational productivity by Herbert J. Walberg. Walberg’s theory tackles about the influences on learning that affects the academic performance of a student. It is an exploration of academic achievement wherein Walberg used a variety of methods on how to identify the factors that affects the academic performance of a student. He analyzed his theory with the help of different theorists and integrated his study with over 3000 studies. In his theory, he classified 11 influential domains of variables, 8 of them were affected by social-emotional influences namely, classroom management, parental support, student-teacher interactions, social-behavioral attributes, motivational-effective attributes, the peer
The students ' academic performance plays a significant role in making the best quality alumni who will become great leaders and workforce for the country (Ali, Jusoff, Ali, Mokhtar, & Salamat, 2009). It represents a critical developmental period for both late adolescents and young adults (Chickering, 1969). Student, academic performance measurement, has established significant awareness in previous research; it is challenging aspects of academic literature and student academic performance are affected due to social life factors. These social factors strongly affect the student academic performance, but these elements differ from student to student and nation to nation. Social life factors such as communication, family stress, social support, self-esteem and physical fitness activities have been found to have effects on scholars ' academic performance.
They receive and process information differently. Students have differences in their personality behaviours and the way how they understand things. It is often argued that different personality traits are needed for people to be prosperous in their career. Variables that foretell the patterns of student’s personality types and their connection to academic performance were frequently searched by educators, researchers and psychologists. Personality has been recognized as a determining factor on how people learn (Lawrence, 1997; Myer et al, 1998).
Literature Review Social Support Albrecht and Adelman’s study (as cited in Kendall Hunt Publishing Co., 2011) provided a definition of social support as “verbal and non-verbal communication between recipients and providers that reduces uncertainty about the situation, the self, the other, or the relationship, and functions to enhance a perception of personal control in one’s life experience”. Social support is any type of communication that helps an individual feel more secure or certain about a situation and therefore being able to feel that they have control over a situation (2011, Kendall Hunt Publishing Co.). According to Hunt, social support emphasizes the availability of the network of people that provides support, therefore, the presence
Broad overview: Self-esteem is how people feel about themselves and how much they like themselves. Self-esteem is the individual’s sense of self-worth, as in how much one matters to him or herself and to others. Self-esteem also refers to the extent to which a person values their abilities and appreciates him or herself (Bowker, 2006). Academic performance refers to how students deal with their studies and how they cope with or accomplish differ tasks given to them by teachers. It is the ability to study and remember facts and to communicate the knowledge verbally or in paper.