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The Effects Of Social Factors In The Academic Performance Of The Bbte Students College Of Education

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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY OF THE PHILIPPINES
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION
STA. MESA, MANILA

THE EFFECT OF THE SOCIAL FACTORS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE SELECTED STUDENTS IN THE BACHELOR IN BUSINESS TEACHER EDUCATION OF THE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

SBUMITTED BY:
FLORENTINO, MARJORIE S.
BENLOT, ZENNY T.
FIESTADA, NATALIE JANE F.
BBTE III-3D

SUBMITTED TO:
DR. CAROLINE SUMANDE

I. INTRODUCTION

College is a very big environment to be adopted by new students. In order for them to adjust in this kind of environment, they tend to socialize in the many activities inside the institution. But in socializing with the different people and communities inside the campus has also an effect ...view middle of the document...

Although teachers in a lot of university are more effective and professional than the other level like elementary and secondary, there are still factors outside the classroom that could largely affect the performance of a student. In today’s world, many of these social factors are seen everywhere in the campus like fraternities, organizations, sports activities, and romantic relationships. These factors can consume a lot of time instead of doing assignments, projects, or researches.

In the Polytechnic University of the Philippines, specifically in the Business Education Course, there are also many of these social activities being involved by the students. Organizations like college and activist organizations are having a lot of members which are not that active with their academics but always participating in the activities of their organization. Fraternities, which also have a lot of members, are like the organizations. Members are mostly active with their activities inside the brotherhood rather than their academic activities. Sports activities consume a lot of time to those students who should practice more often. Because of this, there is only a little time left for them to study. And lastly is the romantic relationship. This always demands a lot of time for their partner consuming a lot of time that should be allotted with their studies. Many students are being so attached with their partners making them lose focus and give plenty of time with them.

The study will be focusing on the effects of the said social factors mentioned and how the selected BBTE students are able to manage or balance their romantic relationship, organizations, fraternities, or sports activity with their academic performance in class. Some of these social factors, as some researchers have found, that it helps an individual in their emotional health, but what about the student’s academic performance? This study will identify those effects on the selected BBTE students in order to come to a solution of having a quality and effective learning and at the same time being involved in other activities.

III. THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK

This study is supported by the research done by S.S. Umar, N.A. Yakubu, and O. Badaof the Federal Polytechnic in Auchi, Nigeria (2010). According to their conclusion, student cults, similarly related to fraternities, are an academic hindrance and also an outright evil. On the other hand, students who are having a romantic relationship have the highest impact and are having a psychological barrier for them to cope with the learning process. While the excessive involvement in the sports, clubs, and organizations can pose a threat to their academic performance but an insignificant one. This theory would be the basis of the study in order to find the present effects of the social factors of the students to their academic performance.

IV. CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK

Being a student comes with a big responsibility of managing time in...

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