Presentation Title

The Impact of Student Self-Discipline and Parental Involvement in Students’ Academic Activities on Student Academic Performance

Location

Chan Shun Hall Lobby

Start Date

29-3-2018 11:30 AM

End Date

29-3-2018 12:20 PM

Type of Presentation

Poster Presentation

Proposal for Presentation

The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of student’s self-discipline and parental involvement on academic performance. The study was done in two phases: a preliminary study involving 16 grades 6-12 students in schools in the Texas Conference of the Seventh day-Adventists and later a primary study in which 5,144 grades 6 and 7 students in schools in North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventists participated. Results indicated that student’s self-discipline and parental involvement are significantly correlated with student’s ITBS scores and GPA. Student diligence showed the highest positive correlation with academic performance.

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Mar 29th, 11:30 AM Mar 29th, 12:20 PM

The Impact of Student Self-Discipline and Parental Involvement in Students’ Academic Activities on Student Academic Performance

Chan Shun Hall Lobby

The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of student’s self-discipline and parental involvement on academic performance. The study was done in two phases: a preliminary study involving 16 grades 6-12 students in schools in the Texas Conference of the Seventh day-Adventists and later a primary study in which 5,144 grades 6 and 7 students in schools in North American Division of the Seventh-day Adventists participated. Results indicated that student’s self-discipline and parental involvement are significantly correlated with student’s ITBS scores and GPA. Student diligence showed the highest positive correlation with academic performance.