:: Volume 21, Issue 6 (12-2013) ::
sjimu 2013, 21(6): 224-231 Back to browse issues page
Evaluating Familial Factors Associated With Academic Failure in First Grade Female and Male Students of High Schools
R Dadfar, F Bazdar, A Nasrollahi, A Abdolhosaini 1, V Ahmadi
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Introduction: scope for growth and activation of human talents and abilities, since _ place (place) or in terms of space-time (position) determines the direction. Objectives: This study aimed to investigate the factors of the first high school dropout students (girls and boys) were performed. Method and Materials: This study is a correlation. Statistical society were entire dareshahr city high school boys and girls in school 90-91 forms. The 97 subjects were selected by random cluster sampling. In order to collect data: 1 - Refer to the documents available at the school for students who have suffered loss of their exam results were analyzed using 2 - Depending on the questionnaires answered by the researcher. The collected data were analyzed based on Spearman correlation analysis. Results: Results indicated a significant relationship between family factors and children with educational failure in girls and boys are. Family socio-economic factors including education level of the household. Resources and attention disorders and family problems that have a meaningful relationship with academic failure. Conclusions: The difference in ages is the reality talent show, but given that his family factors significantly associated with educational failure are investigated So create an atmosphere of constructive communication between home and school is one of the most important tasks to dynamically authorities in solving problems that affect students and their families. Keywords: academic failure and Family Factors
Keywords: academic failure and Family Factors
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: psychology
Received: 2013/10/7 | Accepted: 2013/12/29 | Published: 2014/01/11


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