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Introduction Self-regulated learning is a process that assists students in managing their thoughts, behaviors, and emotions in order to successfully navigate their learning experiences Zimmerman, It is clearly important to develop self-understanding and healthy self-esteem.
But one of the most important skills that we develop in childhood is the ability to control aspects of the self. Without this ability we would have great difficulty accomplishing anything, regardless of how good we might feel about ourselves.
According to Cook,Self-regulation is the ability to monitor and control our own behavior, emotions, or thoughts, altering them in accordance with the demands of the situation which includes the abilities to inhibit first responses, to resist interference from irrelevant stimulation, and to persist on relevant tasks even when we do not enjoy them.
Aspects of self-regulation correlate with various positive outcomes for children and adolescents including better academic performance, problem-solving skills, and reading comprehension; more satisfying interactions with peers; higher levels of intrinsic motivation, self-worth, perceived competence, self-efficacy, moral cognition, and moral conduct; fewer behavior problems; and lower levels of psychopathology Zimmerman, In America, Pintrich and Elisabeth study revealed that, depending on the outcome measure, self-regulation, self-efficacy, and test anxiety emerged as the best predictors of performance.
Intrinsic value did not have a direct influence on performance but was strongly related to self-regulation and cognitive strategy use, regardless of prior achievement level.
Furthermore, Apondi; in Siaya District, Kenya showed that lack of parental guidance affected the orphans in schools implying that orphan hood was an issue that required special attention in schools as Orphans were affected by a number of issues including high dropout rate, absenteeism, malnutrition, low self-esteem and lack of confidence which were directly linked to academic achievement of these children.
The study also found out that there were inadequate children's homes with inadequate facilities to take care of the needs of the orphans.
Most of the children orphaned by AIDS have been taken in by extended family members. However, the large number of orphaned and vulnerable children is overwhelming this traditional copying mechanism. Elderly female caretakers or children themselves are heading many of these households and with no income, they lack resources needed to support these additional children and provide essential food, clothing and school fees.
The result from this reports show that children are involved in extracurricular activities at younger age and this can influence their cognitive development as well as consuming their schooling time and therefore influencing their academic achievement. The Social cognitive theory was relevant in the present study in that orphans are generally affected especially when they lose their loved parents and therefore they need to be motivated in order to carry on with life and more so education.
Orphan hood is a state in life that when not taken care of properly then the orphaned child can begin portraying antisocial behaviors that may have a negative impact on their lives.
Moreover, just as Bandura ; stated that motivation in classroom is very key to performance likewise these children need to be motivated in order to perform. Denlinger reported that, self-perception of having good time-management skills proved to have a direct correlation to performance levels.
Sevil and Necati indicated a significant and positive relation between time planning and time consumers and the academic achievement of the students; there was a low and positive relation between time consumers and academic achievement; there was a meaningful and moderate relation between time management and academic achievement.
Similarly, Kelly results support the positive correlation between judicious time management, academic performance, and GPA. Brint and Cantwellthere was no direct correlation found, in this particular study, between engaging in campus life activities and increased educational benefits.
Junco and Cottonfound that these technologies have been an interruption because students spend much time using them while doing schoolwork, thereby fractioning their concentration and limiting absorption of new material. Ugwulashi from Nigeria emphasized that proper time management facilitates qualitative teaching and learning in accomplishing educational goals and objectives.
Fakude, indicated that most participants were affected by external factors as compared to their internal locus of control.Ian Ayres and Barry J. Nalebuff, "Diversification Across Time," Yale Law & Economics Research Paper No. , Oct 4, This outstanding paper discusses the idea of spreading one's stock exposure more evenly across their lifetime, which should then reduce the riskiness surrounding the ending wealth.
The relationship with work and academic performance is not clear. Time management training seems to enhance time management skills, but this does not automatically transfer to better performance. Index Terms—Time Management, Academic Performance, GPA, Male Students I.
INTRODUCTION HERE is a huge difference between high school and university when it comes to managing time and academic responsibilities. In high school, there was the kind of learning that includes an explanation of everything, in other words.
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