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Study behaviors of health science education students seeking academic support

Penni Foster, Natalie Gaughf
2015 Journal of Contemporary Medical Education  
The purpose of the current study was to examine the Study Behavior Inventory (SBI) as an instrument to measure the study behaviors of this student population.  ...  Utilization of practice questions and electronic flashcards were found to be significant positive predictors of GPA, while the use of electronic textbooks was a significant but negative predictor of GPA  ...  Johnson, behavioral sciences statistician, for his invaluable contribution to this work.  ... 
doi:10.5455/jcme.20151125020658 fatcat:wi2mfmzqyjbahmjvatrk3q6hfy

Personality Factors, Academic Emphasis, and StudentsLecturers' Relationship as Determinants of Undergraduates' Academic Achievement Goal Orientation: The Nigeria Experience

Ayodele, Kolawoleolanrewaju
2013 IOSR Journal of Humanities and Social Science  
The study concluded that the accurate prediction of undergraduates' academic achievement through personality factors, students-lecturers relationships, and academic emphasis has important implications  ...  Also, students' personality was found to significantly influenced by academic emphasis of the school (Adj. R 2 = . 226, F (6, 3482) = 18726) while students-lecturers' relationship (Adj.  ...  In a study of five hundred and eighty-eight participants among secondary school students, Akinlana (2012) found that academic optimism and emphasis were good predictors of student"s academic performance  ... 
doi:10.9790/0837-19110411 fatcat:e4ow6genljevhb2exady7ycj4a

Study demands, study resources and the role of personality characteristics in predicting the engagement of fist-year university students

J.R. Cilliers, K. Mostert, J.A. Nel
2017 South African Journal of Higher Education  
Even though all the study resources were significantly related to student engagement, the only significant predictors in the regression analysis were support from lecturers and opportunities for growth  ...  The findings showed significant relationships between pace and amount of work and cognitive demands with student engagement, although only cognitive demands was a significant predictor of student engagement  ...  With regards to the relationship between support from lecturers and student engagement, previous studies showed that performance feedback, and a supportive supervisor, or in the academic context a supportive  ... 
doi:10.20853/32-1-1575 fatcat:mf7yf34hrzh45m5y664yvqtbd4

Bridging contextual and individual factors of academic achievement: a multi-level analysis of diversity in the transition to higher education

Mikaël De Clercq, Benoît Galand, Virginie Hospel, Mariane Frenay
2021 Frontline Learning Research  
In this line, many individual variables were identified as strong predictors of academic achievement.  ...  By connecting individual and contextual predictors of academic achievement this study intends to endorse a frontline approach regarding the transition to higher education.  ...  This study investigated the predictors of a successful transition by connecting individual and contextual levels of investigation of students' achievement processes.  ... 
doi:10.14786/flr.v9i2.671 fatcat:5r3q7yx6pfestoo3z6xsa54nie

Exploring Course Components as Predictors of Academic Success in an Online Psychology Course

John Mingoia, Brianna Le Busque
2022 Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education  
Universities offering online courses should provide students with regular activities and opportunities to participate in course content to promote online learning and academic success.  ...  We found the number of times students visited the course site, viewed activities, and posted in activities significantly predicted students' final course grade, continuous assessment grades, and major  ...  materials online as this was a significant predictor of academic success in the present study.  ... 
doi:10.47408/jldhe.vi24.824 fatcat:7jwhfupc2fbqpjjlazylrxwphu

Predicting Academic Success Among Deaf College Students

C. M. Convertino, M. Marschark, P. Sapere, T. Sarchet, M. Zupan
2009 Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education  
Studies involving hearing students at the postsecondary level have documented significant predictors of success relating to various demographic factors, school experience, and prior academic attainment  ...  Studies involving deaf and hard-of-hearing students have focused primarily on younger students and variables such as degree of hearing loss, use of cochlear implants, educational placement, and communication  ...  In any case, the present results indicate that academic preparation is as good a predictor of academic success for DHH students as it is for hearing students.  ... 
doi:10.1093/deafed/enp005 pmid:19357242 fatcat:qezqzagj55dkhpk53sznn7ptl4

Early withdrawal from higher education: a focus on academic experiences

O. J. Webb, D. R. E. Cotton
2018 Teaching in Higher Education  
Other factors may be more open to intervention e.g. students' academic experiences in HE.  ...  COW was associated with student perceptions of low one-to-one contact with staff; non-traditional delivery methods; low peer-interaction; and high assessment load.  ...  Acknowledgements: None Declaration of interest statement: None  ... 
doi:10.1080/13562517.2018.1437130 fatcat:tw6eh2pzr5djxj23oyiokbslaa

Predictors of success for african black physiotherapy students in South Africa

N. Mbambo-Kekana, A. Rothberg, J. Bruce, U. Musenge
2011 South African Journal of Physiotherapy  
of classmates and choosing physiotherapy as the first choice of career being predictors of success.  ...  The aim of this study was to investigate factors that predict success of African black students in physiotherapy programmes and whether these factors are influenced by race.  ...  This study is about academic success of students in physiotherapy and predictors of that success.  ... 
doi:10.4102/sajp.v67i2.43 fatcat:nbsv3z5wofbznmnd5hun3f2ydi

Nursing Students' Success: Selection Characteristics

Hester C. Rina De Swardt, Zebulon S. Moche, Yolanda Havenga
2021 Africa Journal of Nursing and Midwifery  
The purpose of this study was to explore the views of lecturers and senior nursing students regarding selection characteristics and to make recommendations regarding student characteristics.  ...  This article aims to share the views of lecturers and senior students on selection characteristics that may enhance the success of students in a nursing programme to inform further research.  ...  Acknowledgements We wish to express our appreciation to the lecturers and students who participated in the study and all stakeholders who granted permission for the study.  ... 
doi:10.25159/2520-5293/8070 fatcat:n7zo7cc3d5cnnivvmmv6g7mkaa

Language and Literacy Skills for Post First Year Students: Pilot Program

Fiona Henderson
2018 Figshare  
The pilot program yielded positive results, focusing primarily on development of academic skills and self-management, within the context of personal and professional goals.  ...  This project aimed to improve the retention and progress of low socioeconomic status post-first year students.  ...  The research literature identifies a clear pattern of predictors of academic success which are consistent with the experiences of educational practitioners.  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6984278 fatcat:uamxjczyqfg37hub7ahiiztfsu

Predictors Of Academic Achievement Of Student Ict Teachers With Different Learning Styles

Deniz Deryakulu, Şener Büyüköztürk Hüseyin Özçınar
2009 Zenodo  
The main purpose of this study was to determine the predictors of academic achievement of student Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) teachers with different learning styles.  ...  Stepwise regression analyses showed that the statistically significant predictors of the academic achievement of the accommodators were attitudes and high school GPAs; of the divergers was anxiety; of  ...  Reference [29] found that only the motivation sub-scale of LASSI was a consistent predictor of students' academic success.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1332732 fatcat:hi5bevjas5hlraulzsxou5kixu

Associations between the Wellbeing Process and Academic Outcomes

Andrew P. Smith, Kirsty L. Firman
2019 Journal of Education Society and Behavioural Science  
The Student Wellbeing Process Questionnaire (Student WPQ) has been used to identify predictors of both positive and negative wellbeing.  ...  Aims: The wellbeing process involves established predictors such as exposure to stressors, negative coping, social support, positive personality, and conscientiousness.  ...  Individual differences, social support and coping with the examination stress: A study of the psychosocial and academic adjustment of first year home students.  ... 
doi:10.9734/jesbs/2019/v32i430185 fatcat:hanw6kdajfdohimyipbwwuqkgm

Medical student and academic staff perceptions of role models: an analytical cross-sectional study

Ali A Haghdoost, Mohammad R Shakibi
2006 BMC Medical Education  
The predictors of lecturer as 'role model' (i.e., perceptions of students) consisted mostly of characteristics from the first group, while the predictors of a 'role model' by fellow academic staff consisted  ...  This study explored the associations between the perceptions of students and the perceptions of academic staff about the characteristics of clinical lecturers at the Department of Internal Medicine at  ...  Also, the authors are grateful to all academic staff and students in the internal medicine department who helped the authors by participating in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6920-6-9 pmid:16503974 pmcid:PMC1402291 fatcat:4yxltqkz6ngzpgcxqrqt7nyz54

The Relationship between Lecturer Feedback about Academic Performance and Academic Progress of Students

Nazmi Xhomara, Gezim Bara
2018 European Journal of Education  
The aim of the study is to investigate the relationships between the lecturer feedback about academic performance and academic progress of students, as well as the influence of lecturer feedback in academic  ...  The main conclusion of the research is that academic progress of students has been explained strongly by lecturer feedback about academic performance.  ...  In conclusion hypothesis # 1: There is a positive linear correlation between individual study work and students' academic success, is been rejected.  ... 
doi:10.26417/ejed.v1i2.p7-14 fatcat:mthxmgupejgebgwtgu5qhtszn4

The Quality of Lecturer-Student Interaction as Predictors of Academic Achievement and Percieved Learning with Emotional Engagement as Mediator

Maya Fitria, Koentjoro Koentjoro, Wenty Marina Minza
2022 Jurnal Psikologi Integratif  
This study aimed to examine the fitness of a model that proposes the relationship between the quality of student-teacher interaction as predictors of academic achievement and perceived learning with emotional  ...  support, and the framework used to measure the quality of lecturer-student interaction.  ...  through student-lecturer relations for the success of students at the university.  ... 
doi:10.14421/jpsi.v10i1.2456 fatcat:ggd7czyuu5b2hgx2edp7bznqiq
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