Emotional intelligence and academic achievement in student Success in life largely determine by the intelligence. Intelligence is a mental ability and cognitive problem solving skill, involved in reasoning, perceiving relationship and analogies, calculating, learning quickly etc. Intelligence is the capacity to learn from experience and involve the ability to adapt to ones environment. Intelligence consider vital for success, and essential for personal accomplished. We can success depend on several intelligence and on the control of emotions.
There are two approaches according to Spady, the traditional and transformational. The traditional approach emphasizes students’ mastery of content some cross discipline outcomes like the ability to solve problems or to work cooperatively, whereas, the transformational approach emphasizes longterm, cross-curricular outcomes that are related directly to students’ future life roles such as being a productive worker or a responsible citizen or parent. The approaches mentioned strongly suggest the use of authentic assessment methodologies in the various
(2010) studied the effects of cooperative learning on students’ mathematics achievement and attitude towards mathematics. Student Teams-Achievement Divisions (STAD) technique was used in their research. They found that cooperative learning methods improve students’ achievement in mathematics and attitude towards mathematics. The findings above were also similar to the studies of Hossain & Tarmizi (2013), Tran (2013), and Zakaria et al.
Other than the intelligences, there are many reasons behind the educational achievements. Student motivation and interest or engagement is one of the most important factor in learning and academic achievements. Besides that, Self-discipline is providing the ability to monitor by themselves as well as to control their behaviors. There are no questions that students who are having high level of self-discipline would be able to focus on better way on a long term goals in academic achievements. “Although researchers have looked at self-discipline in young children and college-age students, little research has examined the role of self-discipline in the academic success of adolescents”.
15 percent of the black parents are involved since the beginning of the child’s education compared to the 5 percent of Asian parents. Research shows that in order for the child to reach the highest level of education achievement both the teacher and the family to equally be involved. Therefore, it is important for the teachers and members of the child’s family to develop a good relationship so all of the children in that family can end up with the best educational outcome. The foundation curriculum was developed for children between the ages of 3 to 6 with the hope that it will “provide opportunities for children to develop both their home language and English language in their play and learning” (education and skills, 2003). Nevertheless, the age limit was increased so it will also include children of 5 to 11 by the Primary Strategy, which includes literacy and numeric strategies.
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).
SELF ASSESSMENT AUDIT Brown and Glasner (2003, p. 1-12) discuss the fact that assessment methods and requirements probably influence how and what students learn more than any other single factor. They state that through building up evaluative skills and self-assessing, students can become more effective learners. They further insist that: "Self assessment is inevitable when students are reviewing their own development and performance, when there is a reflective component, when critical incident accounts are used, and anywhere where progression and added value are discussed." An important, and essential, area of the self-assessment process is personal and professional skills. Opportunities to learn and develop are everywhere; so how can we tell if we are gaining knowledge, skills and abilities from what we are seeing, hearing and experiencing?
He/she knows how to find and manage time effectively to allow for learning. The successful self-directed learner recognizes that learning is as much about the process as the outcome and doesn’t try to do too much too fast. The self-directed learner is good at setting a plan which is part of setting the pace and ultimately reaching the destination. The successful self-directed learner recognizes this. The self-directed learner has every tendency to be goal oriented.
VI. The Counselling Service: This service is intended to establish a relationship between the guidance worker and the student in which the former attempts to assist the latter in achieving optimum educational, 35 vocational, personal-social development and adjustment. The service may be performed by the counsellor, teacher or the administrator, provided they are adequately trained. This service involves helping the student to a) Understand what he can do and what he should do, b) Understand the choices he faces, the opportunities open to him and the qualifications he possesses for the goal he has chosen. c) Handle his difficulties in a rational way and strengthen his attributes.
Introduction Enhancing learning for students involves more than just being able to apply general learning and teaching principles or guidelines. In Educational Studies 1: Classroom Learning and Student Development, we have been learned about how students learn. Most importantly, it involves inquiry-based activities which familiarize us with the roles of teachers in promoting learning and catering for student diversity and individual differences. Throughout the past lessons, one of the most influential, inspiring theories is the theories of motivation to understand and improve educational processes, which means helping our students see the true value of what they are doing and giving them reasonable expectation of success in achieving it.