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Academy of IRMBR Volume  7, April, 2019
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Knowledge and Perception on Extent of Implementation of School Rules and Regulations, and Self-Presentation of College Students
Children go to school, and this school becomes their second home, the teachers being the second parents. When they do, they have a responsibility to obey their teachers as their second parents. The study which used descriptive-correlation design, and utilized convenient sampling technique, aimed at determining the knowledge and perception on extent of implementation of school rules and regulations, and self
presentation of the college students of University of Perpetual Help System Laguna, Biñan Campus. The sample was composed of 132 students enrolled for summer class of 2018. The following findings were derived: The respondents’ level of knowledge was high on minor or major offense. The perception of the respondents as to extent of implementation of school rules and regulation was to a great extent. The respondents evidenced none-display of imperfection than perfectionistic self-promotion and nonedisclosure of imperfection. This means that the respondents hide their thoughts and action most especially when it will put them in a bad light. The higher their level of knowledge of school rules and regulations the greater was their extent of perception on the implementation of it. The higher the knowledge on minor offense the likelihood of none-diclosure of imperfection. The greater the extent of their perception on school rules and regulations the more evident their perfectionistic self-promotion, none-display of imperfection and none-disclosure of imperfection. Keywords: Implementation, Knowledge. Perception, Rules and Regulations, Self Presentation.
BAYSAC, PAULO EMMANUEL G 150-160 Download(134)
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Life Style Behaviors as Contributing Factors of Depression Among University Students
This study was proposed to evaluate student’s life style behaviors as contributing factors of depression. Life style is very significant to predict mental and physical health. This study highlighted the importance of life style behaviors as predicating factors of depression. Students now a day's having challenging life style and having maladaptive behavior to handle stressors which eventually drain their productive skills to be active and healthy. Research design was cross sectional survey method, students (N=240), age (18-30 years) (Mean=22.0) were selected through randomly sampling from different faculties of Sultan Idris Education University. Structured questionnaire were used to assess the demographic information. Life style behaviors, including diet patterns, physical activity, study habits, social support, and mobile usage, financial stress, shopping behavior and sleep quality were measured by using Lifestyle Behavior Questionnaire. Depression was assessed by using Beck depression inventory. Results highlighted that students diet patterns, sleep patterns, social interaction and obsessed gadgets were significantly predicting depression among university students (p<.000). The study found the importance of life style behavior and depressive symptoms among students. This study is helpful for students and academician to increase their understanding about healthy life style behavior. Study results emphasis to enhance students healthy life style to promote healthy mental health. Keywords: Life Style, Behaviors, Depression, Mental Health, Social Support.
ASMA PERVEEN, PRIYALATHA GOVINDASAMY, EBRU MORGUL, NURUL AIN HIDAYAH ABAS, PAU KEE and HAZALIZAH BINTI HAMZAH 161-170 Download(133)
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Instructional Strategies, Teaching Performance and Academic Achievement of Grade 8-10 Students in Mathematics
The study aimed to investigate the relationship of the teachers’ instructional strategies with their teaching performance and Grade 8-10 students’ academic achievement in Mathematics. Descriptive design was used to determine the relationship of teachers’ instructional strategy with their teaching performance and students’ academic achievement in Mathematics. There were 367 student respondents and 39 teacher respondents in this study. The findings revealed that(1) the preferred instructional strategies of the teacher respondents are lecture discussion method followed by problem solving and the use of audio visual. However, for the students, their preferred instructional strategies are the use of audio visual followed by inquiry method and then lecture discussion method and cooperative learning; (2) the level of teaching performance of Mathematics teachers handling Grades 8-10 classes based on the CB-PAST is satisfactory where instructional competency got 1st followed by professional and personal characteristics and then, punctuality and attendance; (3) majority of the Grades 8-10 students in Mathematics based on their 4th grading grades in Math got basic knowledge to below basic; (4) there was no correlation between teachers’ instructional strategies and their teaching performance which was statistically not significant; (5) there is a moderate significant relationship in strength between teachers’ teaching performanceand students’ academic achievement in Mathematics; and (6) the interventions that could be introduced to improve Math academic achievement of students. Keywords: Instructional Strategies, Teaching Performance, Problem Solving, Teaching Performance.
CHERLITA M. GUIMALAN 171-185 Download(128)
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Psychosocial Factors that Intervene in the Career Choice of Students from Ermilo Sandoval Campos High School
The present investigation familiarizes us with the topic about the psychosocial factors that influence when choosing a career. The main objective of the research is to know what factors are the main influencing factors in young students, which motivate them to choose a career. A descriptive and longitudinal study was carried out with a quantitative analysis; It was made up of 100 high school students, between 16 and 18 years old; The Scale of Psychosocial Factors, this is a Likert scale with values of 1 and 2. This scale was constructed for the purposes of this investigation, obtaining a reliability of Cronbach of .95. it can be said that the instrument has adequate levels of reliability and internal validity, which allows it to be considered a relevant tool for the measurement of psychosocial factors for high school students; Findings revealed that the students made their career choice based mainly on the economic and personal psychosocial factors, which the social and family factors were the least significant. Finally, it is considered that, among the significant psychosocial factors, the most relevant factor to consider in this study due to its objective was the external economic factor, because it obtained a slightly higher percentage than the personal internal factor. The results can be observed through the realization that was obtained from some pie charts, where the highest percentage is the one that indicates how significant it is or it is not related to the variables described above. Keywords: Career Choice, School Dropout, Psychosocial Factors, Self Esteem, Students.
RICARDO ANDRES CARRILLO AKE, RIGOBERTO JOSE ANTONIO GARCIA DIAZ, LILIANA GARCIA REYES, MIGUEL A. TUZ SIERRA, GABRIELA PEREZ ARANDA and SINUHE ESTRADA CARMONA 186-194 Download(136)

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