or inspiration” type is the most common, especially among the Baptists and Methodists. The five null hypotheses formulated were tested at 0.05 level of significance. iables influencing students’ academic performance. Just as it is within the domain of the sector of educational inspection and school supervision to establish and maintain quality education in the country, so is it also that adequate educational inspection and school supervision will produce high quality education, while lack of it will produce declining quality education. 2013). With the prevalence of secondary schools established often within residential quarters to cater to the needs of the Nigerian populace, it has become imperative that research explores the impact of building typology/environments on academic performance of students. hޔUmO�@�+����]r/�RKW�4`�e0!>dp*�J���m�~����؇��g��k?�5g�i�DƴdF2�2k�Θ (���i͌�L��d����l�gB&L���I��yΎ���A\����( �� �5E����D��E����ef+^~=g"Y�~q��_��-ZG�Q��6-�e�I�2s�� $c���4�R�d�.V ��L�M;W��C˳��I7-�w���E����z2�=X�Ϯ�p?��s��t���!��f�v@��i���|l���D�{����11��|i�:��3�2Ag\4MCN˺iO��J�a71�/Eo�U�x��b�e��(�eu�)�G�'�mb e��IPdYzN?��n�������:��ӿ)I������৅�;����lч�p��l�&������x��y�c�7ﻵ��1w�ſ��m|�]: ��%Z��R"�����ty���q�~���ߢ��r�W�Ǽz;��t�*eY%�� © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. We assumed that the form (in-class or online) and learning styles do not influence the academic performance of students. Finally, parents should take more interest in the educational activities of their children. All figure content in this area was uploaded by Joy Maina, All content in this area was uploaded by Joy Maina on Sep 06, 2017, 21st Century Human Habitat: Issues, Sustainability and Development, Okafor, C. A.; Maina, J. J.; Stephen, H. & Oha. It examines six case studies of Baptist colleges or universities that have distanced or separated themselves from denominational control. Changu, M. (2006). 74 0 obj <>stream A mean satisfaction score of 3.21 was observed; indicating that the respondents were generally satisfied with the performance of the different components of the buildings. The result showed that lack of resource materials for teaching, instructional strategies, teacher shortages and teachers' attitude to work were rated more highly than other characteristics. Multistage, stratified and simple random sampling techniques were used to select the sample. environment, other factors influence students’ academic performance. The result of the research enabled the learners to provide the conclusions, recommendations and suggestions advanced for further studies. ... Keywords: School environment, Academic Performance, Building T ypology, ... not conducive learning environment, ineffective and … This study analyzed the perceived, actual, and reasons behind the competence level in General Mathematics of 410 Grade 12 students. The data from 400 sample participants is used to determine the relationship between school environment and academic … The paper highlights critical areas where attention is needed in order to improve the performance of residential buildings and users' satisfaction with public housing projects in Nigeria. Due to this fact, a poor learning environment will affect the academic performance of the girls negatively, then that of the boys, simply because girls are intellectually inferior to boys. It has been observed whether there is a significant difference between the academic achievement grade dispersions and the male-female students’ grades. carried out they all confirmed that the means have no significant difference. In Malaysia, teachers evaluate the academic performance of the students by using the CGPA system (Agus and makhul, 2002). The findings of the study are supported by researches that concluded that students' learning and performance in mathematics are influenced by several factors such as students' attitude (Capuno et al., 2019;Kanafiah & Jumadi, 2013) and perceptions toward the subject (Pontian, 2018), teachers' instructional methods and practices (Enu et al., 2015;Inkeeree et al., 2017;Mazana et al., 2019) and school environment (Kamaruddin et al., 2009; Child Friendly Schools. Education for All a Collective Responsibility. 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The type, location and aesthetic appearance as well as size of main activity areas were the most predominant factors that determined satisfaction and indeed the performance of the buildings in meeting users' needs and expectations. Development ISSN 2222-1700(Paper) ISSN 2222. Finding aid only for Folklife Archives Project 8. academic achievement varies with learning conditions. Input consists of human and material resources whereas outputs refer to the goals and the outcomes of the educational process. Students’ effort, previous schooling (Siegfried &Fels, 1976; Anderson & Benjamin, 1994), parents’ Stress arises when there are burden on the person which exceed his available assets. Hence, many other uncontrolled variables can be responsible for academic performance of building used for school purposes either institutional or residential. A descriptive research of the survey design was used in the study. Objectives In the context of learning environment type/s (blended, ILEs, open-plan and traditional), the objectives of this review are: 1. In this case study, the assumed lack of adequate school inspection and supervision had its variable factors that directly or indirectly make for declining quality of education. ... and a physically safe environment (Zill et al., 1995). 59 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[]/Index[36 39]/Info 35 0 R/Length 108/Prev 168920/Root 37 0 R/Size 75/Type/XRef/W[1 3 1]>>stream confirmed means were not significantly different (N=232, t = 6.68, 5.77, 5.74, p=0.000). normative in those denominations, and church life facilitates it. In January 2008, she joined SCRI as a Research Fellow. Moreover, factors such as negative perception and lack of self-confidence of students, not conducive learning environment, ineffective and efficient teaching, and students' personal reasons were identified as the primary reason behind the low competency of students towards general mathematics. Each student may respond well to the individualization of learning. (2012) conducted a research on the school environment and academic achievement of standard six students. The assumption was based on the fact that the content is the same, the students voluntarily opted to take the certain form and At the end of the study, findings of the study revealed that low level of attention, inadequate funding, lack of adequate infrastructural facilities to support teaching, learning and research are some among the various problems hindering the successful management of tertiary education in the country. Perception if Classroom Environment Aided Student Learning in the First Accounting Course and First Accounting Course the Grade. A complex picture emerges. Interviews conducted by Thomas Bibler. The purposive, stratified and simple random sampling procedures were used. ����[���#���[!��R���p /�z��g��w�,�e�2�����}1ʯ�}�t� 'f�T!s@�2G�8"��P��p"�1y.���ltpR�֥���C�ќ����p&51g� 3�sER%�O���e���S*�;�:��v Peter has been leading the CIB initiative on Revaluing Construction for some years and part of this concerns better understanding how value from the built environment is gained by those in society. Nigeria EFA Review The descriptive research design was employed for the study. Arul Lawrence, A.S, Vimala, A. # 3.2-1 is the experiment procedure # 3.2-1 All prior studies of this topic have examined the impact of online learning on course grades or some other measure of contemporaneous class performance such as test scores or course completion. should be done on a larger scale as this was limited to two schools. Based on the findings of the study, it was recommended that parents be educated more on the need to visit their children in school. The data was analyzed using IBM SPSS® 21 for descriptive statistics from questionnaire responses. It makes sense that students would do better when they learn in positive environments. Principles to be considered in the design of school buildings source: Peter, Yufan, Fay & Lucinda, 2015. Mathematically, this is expressed as: Result From Questionnaire Survey (Research Question 1), Fig 2: Demographics: Class, Age, Gender, School and Numb, Fig 3: Influence of Design Principles on Academic Performan. In ... seeking to eradicate the negative academic effects of poverty. The study examined the relationship between instructional space planning and students’ academic performance in south west Nigeria secondary schools. psychologically and socially cannot be over emphasized. One of the largest attempts at closing the Dans cette étude de cas, le manque supposé de l'inspection et de supervision scolaire adéquates avait ses facteurs variables qui, directement ou indirectement, provoque une dégradation de la qualité de l'éducation. The broad purpose of this study is to investigate the influence of learning environment on students’ academic achievement in mathematics in senior secondary schools; in particular, the research is aimed at accomplishing the following: 1) To determine the extent at which learning environment can affect performance in senior secondary Pupils should be motivated as much as possible by their parents and teachers. THE INFLUENCE OF HOME ENVIRONMENT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF A CHILD. The implication of these findings to designers is that the building typology (be it originally residential or institutional) plays a significant role in the overall academic performance of students in the study area. Intelligence is not the only determinant of academic achievement of a pupil. to ensure that the built environment supports its users. The result further showed that while the teachers considered lack of resource materials for teaching as having the greatest degree of effect on pupils academic performance, the students on the other hand considered poor instructional strategies as having the greatest degree of effect on pupil academic performance. the necessity of distinguishing normative from non-normative religious experiences, since their determinants are different. A total of 345 graduating college students participated in the study. 201 23. In this sense, learning style is, on one hand, sensory and, on the other hand, mental. Edited, produced and distributed by UNICEF'S Division of However, the acquired competency showed that they have not yet mastered the necessary competencies in the subject matter. !�2��裀�����G혦k�s�}�sZ8��ͪs�|s�j_�=e���~��M�U�+�R$��{�TU�V�o.���ka���C61�)N��Բ'�=9MGo��L�l �5���N��o@�E��~Հ�p�A���4yK����qi�����}���'1E*��g�p�O��*����b���K�e%���a�M����6�UF|,��+A�����3��cAk趫3�U�@��N*�ے��b�!r uV��C:(���V�C�������:#N>�/Oa�#NG�F+�o��V�'?6����d�x/NjDy�f%_"ܷq HOME ENVIRONMENT AND ITS EFFECT ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS . This paper points out the fact that the problem of declining quality of education is mainly an administrative one. %%EOF Download full-text PDF Read full-text. The study revealed that the levels of instructional space planning and students’ academic performance were relatively high during the period under study. Result From Statistical Analysis (Research Question 2), would influence performance as they are well above 3 the neutral level of influenc, Table 3 Ranking of variables (with means all above 3, th. A school is an environment where knowledge is acquired at various levels. 1.3 Objectives of the Study. The selected case studies are Top Spring School (TSS, research aimed at comparing performance. %PDF-1.6 %���� environment and academic learning space when planning schools to positively impact student discipline; school design and construction should focus on specialized learning spaces and other academic areas more than administrative support spaces when striving to increase teacher satisfaction with physical working conditions. learning environment. Le résultat de la recherche a permis aux apprenants de présenter des conclusions, des recommandations et des suggestions formulées pour poursuivre leurs études.Mots-Clés: Nigeria; administration; cours; éducation; inspection; supervision. Impact of School Environments on Academic Performance: Feedback from Senior, residential or institutional) plays a significant ro, inadequate funding, inadequate facilities, low staff morale, poor supervision, are their opinion sought on matters of this sort that affects them directl, 21st Century Human Habitat: Issues, Sustainabili. achievement would lead to ripple effects which would undermine the future development of the country. affected the student performance. The objectives of this study are to: 1. find out the effect of the learning environment on the students’ academic performance lives, and 58 percent reported them. Most of the research has explored many different and important factors that can affect the student’s performance. for its users and schools situated in residential quarters. Education for All a Collective Responsibility. According to Coombs (1997), education consists of two main components, inputs and outputs. PDF | On Apr 15, 2016, P Singh and others published Research Paper Factors Affecting Academic Performance of Students | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate Having produced the first batch of the K to 12 program graduates in the country in 2018, an evaluation of their acquired competence is one of the priorities of the government. A constructivism-based Background of the Study. The academic environment is the effective-variable for students and has positive relationship with fathers’ education and grade level (Kirmani & Siddiquah, 2008). It was revealed that there was no significant relationship between laboratory planning and students’ academic performance. �TPÁ�{מM6$�V��9Կ�w�|3�j� �J��ώ�'O}���&�ۓͫ&M����������Ri���1F!mC��j}T…����{��ƒq����V�n���6x�]�0V߭U�z? These identified variables in the form of : lack of qualified teachers, students’/pupils’ attitude to study, library facilities, parental responsibilities, misplaced government priorities and corruption or lack of integrity among some educational stakeholders were x-rayed in both primary and secondary schools in Dekina Local Government Area. Results from Interview and Physical measurements of spaces, present in the schools are as follows for First Baptist, and facility spaces like well-equipped library, laboratory, technical workshop etc. participated with 105 from TSS and 140 from FBHS. was apt. The study has been carried out All rights reserved. On the specific learning competencies, data revealed that there are commonalities on the perceived most learned competence to their actual competencies. Edited, produced and distributed by UNICEF'S Division of Communication. In support of this view aptitude and their learning environment cannot be separated. In their predictive model research Jo et al. ABSTRACT This project has attempted to discourse the brazen impact of the school environment on the learning of the child, the researcher tried to obtain from the … A child's home environment has significant effects on learning and school performance. Effects of family income on children’s performance on measures of ability and achievement. school buildings and the spaces required (Peter, & Yufan, 2009). Satisfaction levels were generally higher with privacy and sizes of living and sleeping areas than the availability of water and electricity in the buildings. Keywords: academic performance, home environment factors, parent-ing styles, parents’ socio-economic background Introduction Education, in its broadest sense, is a process designed to inculcate knowledge, skills and attitudes necessary to enable individuals to cope effec- The sample consisted of 1650 respondents comprising 150 school principals and 1500 students. Yufan's work in SCRI is to conduct research on a variety of issues related to 'realising value in use' of the built envi-ronment. For me, the research about to be reported grew out of a study of the effects of the learning environment on deep learning. The Influence of Parental Involvement on the Academic Work of Pupils: A Study of Three Selected Juni... Conference: JIC 2016 21st Century Human Habitat: Issues, Sustainability and Development. should pay closer attention. The importance of Mathematics cannot be … Therefore, this study was designed to investigate the effect of students' perception of classroom learning environment on their academic achievement in mathematics at secondary level. The data indicated that senior high school students positively assess themselves in the learning of General Mathematics. The academic performance of any student cannot be separated from the home environment in which the child lives, healthy home environment offers emotional security to a child. The second phase is to prove the difference between VR-based teaching and traditional teaching in influencing students’ long-term memory. Factors leading to the shedding of denominational links include questions about academic freedom, the desire to attract funds and students from a wider socio‐constituency but also lack of a clear Baptist pattern for institutional management. This study assessed the performance of residential buildings in public housing estates in urban areas of Ogun State Southwest Nigeria. address learning environment and how it affects learner’s performance. A ten-item questionnaire containing various descriptions of school-related characteristic which have been found to adversely affect pupils academic performance was administered on 809 teachers and 1012 students of secondary schools from ten randomly selected states in Nigeria. learning and training takes place; they are organized for that purpose and have special. This type is In Ebohon, O. their academic performance. Issn 2072-7925 Cele Exch, administration and policy studies. endstream endobj startxref technique can be used to encourage this learning across all curriculum areas. Hence, the learning environment remains an important area that should be studied and well managed to enhance students’ academic performance. performance either related to personal life or educational setting but the effects of absenteeism on students performance is more prone to di scu . It further revealed that good indoor air quality, good visual comfort and sufficient space within and outside learning spaces are factors that affect performance of students amongst others. Results showed that the three areas of General Mathematics that include Functions and their Graphs, Business Mathematics, and Logic were perceived to be satisfactory by the Senior High School students, but the actual acquired competence was fair. This involves the identification of inter-national good practice, linking this to evidence from applied activities, such as the post occupant evaluations, in order to develop a stronger evi-dence base to better understand the characteris-tics of beneficial spaces for users, especially in the design and refurbishment of schools. and thermal, DISCUSSION CONCLUSION AND AREAS OF FURTHER RESEARCH, The paper aimed at finding out if there is a relationship between school building typology and, professionals such as architects, landscape architects, planners etc. ABSTRACT. the learning style of the learners, the formof teaching and the academic achievement of the students. educational stakeholders deems appropriate. The library-based method was adopted for the study with review of relevant literature on the topic. The study found that a number of personal factors like students' interests, home environment, parental support and study habits were significant predictors of students' academic achievement in the Colleges of Education sampled. q��Au0Z'f �=� ��*�i��MmY]�8�zm�� �d�VQ.�"i�b@�g��|T>���� �\������̍2��1�mW`�YBt���<7��FN�a��%���85Ga=����7+��*�]#��Z5m�t�qP�/u0�QW��aܚR1^ �� �8H�F])�X**�QBI�r��r�d��i�H%섲�o �/�b}�ec�o������1�������U>f����H�!m�G���/��]G�`y(� The project work was carried out in Egor local government area of Edo state and the ten schools were randomly selected to look out for the influence of home environment on the academic performance of a child. The latter are idiosyncratic and unpatterned. Report 2000-2014 strides and milestones. However, an untapped measure of performance is a student’s success in subsequent courses. �wo�)���+�׸+�خ���%k{KW[����zq���*�D;�0 �e`Q�Ң@,y� � Ĵ�M�u.��u6K�ǬAq���a��B�@�y30�`��ࣴ��$�=B,�_�4#�0 �(3� Research questions posed by this study are: stages of education which is primary, secondary and. Data were obtained using structured questionnaire and observation schedule; and were subjected to descriptive statistics and factor analysis. Data collected were analyzed using frequency counts, percentages, means and pearson product moment correlation. With the analysis of the primary data collected, the learners were able to confirm the existence to a high degree of the aforementioned variable factors that make for declining quality of education. Department of Architecture, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria, both schools was used to obtain the students‘ view of, School environment, Academic Performance, Building T, Table 1: RMI* and ranking for categories of spaces from, Table 2: RMI* and ranking for categories of design princip, Instructional Space Planning And Students’ Academic. d) Proper Guidance Noble (2006), students’ academic It was also revealed that good indoor air quality, good visual comfort, and sufficient learning space are the fundamental factors that can affect student learning outcomes. However, the effect of combined external classroom factors was not ... 22. Both are dynamic aspects and in order to improve the educational performance, there must be an in-depth examination of the effects of each component on the other. This paper investigated personal factors as predictors of students' academic performance in the SouthWestern Nigeria. University Of Ado-Ekiti, Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria. 36 0 obj <> endobj This study evaluates this relationship within two schools in Sabon Gari Zaria; First Baptist High School and Top Spring School. While the management authorities in the institutions should also try as much as possible to explore and capitalise on their alumni network and other stakeholders to gather financial and other related supports for the country's tertiary educational institutions. This study analyzes the students’ academic performance by comparing the blended learning environment and traditional learning environment. Communication. Based on the findings, it was recommended that stakeholders should not relent in their effort in sustaining good instructional space planning in order to enhance good students’ academic performance. Indicator is defined as “A thing that indicates the position or level of something.’’(Oxford dictionary). CHAPTER ONE. The practi-cal application of this interest has been around school buildings and in particular how to create "optimal learning spaces". Indicators of poor performance low GPA, poor class h�bbd```b``�"�A$�w����L6�H6c0{���� �� �7D�>��`�)H2�[�� R�l>XV� ��xH�����t�f�K�F��� � �T The article identifies, A sample of 451 Catholic, Baptist, and Methodist tenth-grade youth were asked about definite religious experiences in their Study findings reveal that performance of students would improve with the provision of adequate and conducive school environment with emphasis on facilities such as classrooms and toilets. The study employed the ex post facto design using a survey design and a multiple regression model. Statistically, there was no correlation between the two variables. H��W�o5I���*m��-�fX�㷯���Pr#� The study revealed that majority of the respondents' parents were involved in their academic work. Report ii 2 for Construction and of the European Construction Technology Platform. Also, in USA student’s academic performance is evaluated by making CGPA. According to Annie, Howard, Stoker and Mildred that would reduce negative effects of poor learning (1996) academic achievement is the outcome federal the extent environment on academic achievement of students in primary to which a student, teacher or institution has … To identify studies that investigate the impact of environmental stimuli refer to their learning styles”, defines learning style as a sort of way of thinking, comprehending and processing information. The validated research instruments used for the study had the following psychometric properties: Cronbach alpha (α) [0.79 (students) and 0.73 (lecturers); Guttman split-half 0.78 (students) and 0.71 (lecturers; and Spearman-Brown equal length results were 0.69 (students) and 0.70 (lecturers)]. In this regard, academic performance of secondary school learners at Makambako Town Council-depends heavily on stakeholders‘ (local development activists and policy makers) involvement in improving the quality of learning environment including the location of … This has led to work in the area of Senses, Brain and Spaces, ie how spaces are experienced by people through their senses and interpreted by their brains. The purpose of the study was to investigate the influence of parental involvement on the academic work of Junior High School pupils. Les concepts administratifs de l'inspection et de la supervision pédagogiques utilisées dans cette analyse sont des causes principales de la dégradation de la qualité de l'éducation au Nigeria: une étude de cas de la région de gouvernement local de Dekina met clairement en évidence ce fait. students’ academic performance in the first accounting course in Puerto Rican public and private universities. A survey of 232 senior secondary school students as well as physical measurements/documentation of both schools was used to obtain the students' view of their school building, how it affects them and if their school building was built for school purposes or not. around the claims that different learning environment types correlate, whether positively or negatively, with student academic or learning outcomes. 0 endstream endobj 40 0 obj <>stream It was based on the notion that users' satisfaction with dwelling units is a measure of the performance of residential buildings in meeting their needs and expectations. building from the onset and First Baptist High School an institutional building from the onset. If stress is harsh and extended, it can lessen academic performance, hinder with a student’s capability to involve in and add to campus life, and The former are encouraged in certain denominations, and their occurrence is patterned. 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