STUDY HABITS OF VIII CLASS STUDENTS AND  THEIR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT By Karanam Mahaboobuvali[1] and K.Sekhar Reddy[2]

 

Abstract

Education has become the principle avenue of opportunity for academic achievement and it is the educational system that identifies the most capable young buds and prepares them to blossom in the society. The learner greatest resources are their intellectual gifts, superior capacity for learning, reasoning and imagining. To master these facets of intellectual dimensions a child needs to develop and use the capacities effectively through study habits. Practically a child strives to think and feel in the general role of learning and it is influenced by his past learning. What a child is capable of learning is always limited by what he already knows. The basic motivation for learning is the normal tendency to explore and make sense of the environment. A successful teacher is the one who manages to relate study habits in the learning environment. The child needs to perceive the information in a meaningful manner and interpret the new material within his competence. There is a need to realize the learning potential in all the subjects. Efficient learning is related to home, social and emotional maturity of the child. The major characteristics that influence the learner study habits are the   clarity of the subject matter, skill in learning process, using the available resources and establishing a study routine

[1] Academic Consultant, Yogivemana University, Kadapa.

[2] Academic Consultant, Yogivemana University, Kadapa.

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