Psychosocial Factors in Learning: Role of Study Habits and Learning Environment on Academic Progress.
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 4, Pages 2358-2370
AbstractThe objectives of the present paper are two folded in nature. It reviews the relationship between academic achievement with respect to psychosocial variables such as study habits and learning environment. The paper also substantiates the impact of study habits and learning environment upon achievement of the learners at secondary level through an experimental study conducted among secondary level learners from Kollam district in Kerala, India. The scores for data analysis was obtained by utilizing study habits inventory and learning environment scale developed and standardized by the author. The terminal achievement scores of the students have also been considered to analyse the academic progress of the learners. A sample of 40 students was selected for the study. The relationship between learning environment and study habits reveals that there is a strong significant relationship between learning environment and study habits among low, average and high achievers in English at secondary level among students in the secondary schools of Kerala.
- Article View: 37
- PDF Download: 84