220-221) to determine the relationship between student motivation and academic success the results showed that self-efficacy, task value, internal goals and effort were proximal to academic success. The study concluded that above-mentioned variables equipped students with the relevant tools to deal with setbacks, diversions and the ability to focus more, have more self-confidence when writing examinations and ultimately achieve better test results. Christiana (2009, p. 34) who investigated student academic achievement in relation to motivation concluded that both internal and external ways should be employed to motivate students in the quest for academic success and the roles of instructors and family are integral to this success. 2.3 Academic
Identifying services that predict student academic success and persistence among TRIO student is important for staff and higher education leaders at Johnston Community College. Jones and Watson (1990) noted that retention or persistence issues are critical to institutional planning and funding. Planning and funding have been greatly affected by the student retention rates. The findings from this study will also help to provide pertinent information on how to improve services that foster student success and leadership skills. This study is significant in that it will examine the factors that critically influence academic success and persistence of students enrolled in the TRIO program at Johnston Community College in Smithfield,
Research Question 1: How do Ferrum College students perceive the effectiveness of the help desk? What are the students perceived strengths and weaknesses of the helpdesk? Research Question 2: How frequently do Ferrum College students use the helpdesk; and what is the most prevalent problem that comes into the helpdesk? Research Question 3: How do students perceive their success has been impacted by the service provided by the helpdesk? How do students perceive the helpdesk services have impacted their success?
In fact, according to many researches we can find the reasons why these tests should become mandatory. Actually, Standardized tests can give a relatively accurate measurement for students when entering college. Moreover, these tests test different kinds of skills which will make professors change the way they teach in a way that will help their students excel in their tests which will eventually result in improving education. In addition, standardized tests can help show the weaknesses students’ have which will help teachers determine how to teach their material in a way that enhances students’ understanding. In fact, according to Diane Ravitch, who is a Research Professor of Education at New York University, “ In the past few years, we have seen the enormous benefits that flow to disadvantaged students because of the information provided by state tests.
Undergraduate students (N = 202) completed the NEO-PI-R and Aitken's Procrastination Inventory. Stepwise multiple regression revealed that Conscientiousness accounted for a significant portion of the unique variance of procrastination scores. The procrastination scores were inversely related
Doi.org/10.1080/02602938.2016.1168358 This paper is based on a correlational study that tested the validity of the HEIghten approach to assessing critical thinking in college students. The authors addressed the issue of the importance of critical thinking as a learning outcome. They felt that there is a deficiency in the way critical thinking is assessed and reviewed current methods and then introduced the HEIghten method principals; they then conducted a pilot study on this test and the
Research of Anctil, Ishikawa, Scott In conducting the research Anctil, Ishikawa, Scott, (2008), provides a model of academic identity development for college students with learning disabilities from the integrative self-determination themes of persistence, competence, career decision making, and self-realization (Anctil, Ishikawa, Scott, 2003). The participants demonstrated how preservation influences capability, which in turn influences career determination and eventually strengthens self-realization and supports one’s academic character. Additionally, knowledge of one’s learning disability, along with self-advocacy and diverge skills enhanced the students’ ability to obtain academic accommodations in post-secondary settings. Secondary education
Evaluation of a program is an essential element to gain insight and effectiveness of the program and provides a venue for continued quality improvement (Keating, 2015). Teachers and students use test scores to gauge student academic strengths and weaknesses. Testing forms the bedrock of educational assessments and represents a commitment to higher academic standards. There are multiple ways to evaluate students ' knowledge and skills. The method in which students will be assessed in this continuing education course is by multiple choice test.
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It is because the standard of a mega university is based on its useful record of academic performance. There are many opinions on students achievent based on the previous information. According to Usamah (2013) expressed that students accomplishment can be get by measuring the learning evaluation and co-educational programs. In any case, a large portion of the investigations specified about graduation being the measure of students achievement. The assessment is essential to keep up students achievement and the success of learning process.