• ERIC EJ1168881 The Impact of Academic Self-Efficacy

    The purpose of the present study was to investigate the mediating role of perceived stigma in the relationship between academic self-efficacy and academic performance among college students with learning disabilities and/or ADHD. Seventy-four college-aged participants with diagnosed learning disability or ADHD completed a perceived stigma scale adapted for the current study from May and Stone

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    In 2018, Luck Companies celebrated a major milestone in the company's history — our 95th anniversary since our founder, Charles Luck Jr., established our first location in Richmond, Virginia in 1923. Today, we are proud to be the nation's largest privately-held, family-owned producer of crushed stone, sand and gravel in the United States.

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    The Impact of Students' Socio-economic Background on

    The Impact of Students' Socio-economic Background on Academic Performance in Universities, a Case of Students in Kisii University College Dr. Charles Kombo Okioga Kisii University College Kenya Abstract This study is about the impact of students' socio-economic background on

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    Exploring the Challenges of English Proficiency for

    impact cultural and acadEmic intEgration n a survey of 450 international students, I Dr. Elisabeth Gareis from the City University of New York found that "Through friendships, international students have stronger language skills, better academic performance, lower levels of stress and better overall adjustment to a new culture" (Gareis, 2012).

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    THE ROLE OF FFECTIVE COMMUNICATION ON

    Review of Public Administration and Management Vol. 4, No. 8, December 2015. 132. communication is a critical factor in directing and mobilizing the workforce towards the accomplishment of the organizational goals or objectives. By creating understanding it enhances co

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  • The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with

    The role of gender identities and stereotype salience with the academic performance of male and college athletes Keith C. Harrison, Jeffrey A Stone, Jenessa Shapiro, Sharon Yee, Jean A.

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  • Social media addiction Its impact, mediation, and

    Research has also suggested the negative impact of social media addiction, and Facebook addiction in particular, on academic performance (Huang, 2014; Nida, 2018). The Role of Self-Esteem One factor that may underlie the negative effects of social media addiction is self-esteem.

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  • Parent involvement and student academic performance A

    Discussion. Taken together, the present study identified mechanisms by which parent involvement is related to a child academic performance, over and above the impact of the child's IQ, and it is the hope that these findings lead to further research and new policies to increase a child's academic performance.

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  • Students counselling and academic achievement

    Peer Helper and Ambassador Programs train students in problem solving, decision making, and conflict resolution. Academic Support Programs such as the Homework Club support students with extra help and strategies to improve academic performance across curricula. Small Group Sessions focused on specific areas of identified need.

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    Influence of Social Media Usage on Self-Image and Academic Performance among Senior Secondary School Students in Ilorin-West Local Government, Kwara State Stone Quarrying and Livelihood Transformation in Peri-Urban Kumasi academic journals Agriculture and Healthcare call for papers Agriculture and Healthcare impact factors European

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    Quarrying World at work Marble quarrying in Tuscany

    geneous in all quarry sites (open caste, pit, underground). In chronological order the operations consist of research for new sites; preparation of the quarry site; productive exploitation of the quarry site; and establishing the safety and environmental restoration of the worked-out or abandoned quarry. The entire cycle can last many years.

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    Stereotype Threat and Self-Perceptions The Impact on

    performance. In one condition, Black students scored equally as well as their White counterparts; however in the experimental condition, the scores of Black students were significantly lower. According to Stage et al. (1998), both effort and ability are often cited as causes for academic outcomes. As presented earlier, such outcomes can

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  • "The Effects of Sleep on Academic Performance and Job

    Also, sleep latency and sleep medicine were negatively correlated with academic performance, and sleep quality was significantly associated with job performance. The knowledge of the impact of sleep is effective for educators and employers in helping students with sleep problems. Educators and employers need to be cognizant of the importance of sleep for students' success in their academic performance

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  • Styles of Thinking, Abilities, and Academic Performance

    The results of the study show that, after controlling for levels of abilities, styles of thinking significantly contribute to prediction of academic performance. Moreover, equally able thinkers of different styles tend to do better in different assessment settings.

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  • College Plan

    performance funding that offers incentives for workforce and job placement outcomes—not funding based solely on number of enrollments." 57. 54 White House Summit on Community Colleges A Call to Action for Employers and Community College Boards How to Create High-Impact Partnerships for Jobs & Economic Vitality in the U.S. 2010

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    The impacts of ICT on the students' Performance A Review of Access to Information Stone Quarrying and Livelihood Transformation in Peri-Urban Kumasi academic journals Agriculture and Healthcare call for papers Agriculture and Healthcare impact factors European Journal of Business and Management call for papers Hospitality and Sports

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  • () EFFECTS OF ILLEGAL MINING ON STUDENT'S

    This study assessed the effect of illegal mining on student's learning process of schools high in Chibuluma Township of Zambia. The researcher used a mixed method research design which embraced both research designs; a case study design of a

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  • 3 Technologies in Exploration, Mining, and Processing

    Longwall systems in underground mines, bucket-wheel excavator systems in surface mines, and mobile crushers hooked to conveyor belts in crushed-stone quarries are successful steps in the development of a continuous materials-handling system.

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  • () Impact of the Internet on Learning and Teaching

    This has directly affected to the development as well as to the sustaining of the development stands. Technological improvements such as machines, postal services, telephone, radio, television, and the Internet, have been a driving force yielding new delivery

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  • World at work Marble quarrying in Tuscany Occupational

    The quarrying industry in the Apuanian Alps directly employs about 1000 workers in the area of Massa Carrara and 200 in Alta Versilia (a small mountainous area in the Province of Lucca), including the transporters of the extracted material from the quarries to the processing and commercialisation locations. The workers are exclusively male.

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    Labeling in the Classroom Teacher Expectations and

    and the increased competitiveness that is placed on students' academic performance at the high school level certainly leads to dissatisfaction for some students once in high school, effecting their ability to transition, a topic that has not been as thoroughly researched, or applied to the

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    EFFECTIVENESS OF SCHOOL COUNSELING

    impact students' academic performance and can increase the on-task, productive behavior of students and reduce disruptive behaviors. The Behavior Rating Checklist indicated statistically significant decreases in disruptive behaviors and significant increases in productive, on-task behaviors for both the third grade and the fifth grade stu-dents tested.

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  • Environmental impacts of the gypsum mining operation at

    Quarrying activities generally inflict heavy impact at both landscape and community level, leading to soil loss, topographical alteration and vegetation removal ( Bradshaw 1997Bradshaw

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    Perceived Influence of Library Services on Students

    and therefore necessary for the academic advancement of the students. In the same vein, Stone and Ramsden (2013) who conducted an empirical study on the impact of the library data project on students' academic attainment in the United Kingdom. The study adopted a mixed method (qualitative and quantitative) approach to carry out the study.

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  • The serious and long-lasting impact of disaster on

    Sep 11, 2017 · The psychological impact of natural disasters can hinder a student's ability to perform well in school. After a natural disaster, survivors have shown symptoms similar to post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), which can last up to five years following

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  • Socioeconomic status and its impact on academic performance

    Apr 21, 2013 · Abby Shaw, Allan Calomino English 106 Shavonne Clarke.

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    ABSTRACT Title of Dissertation PRINCIPALS' LEADERSHIP

    have been found to impact students' academic outcomes. The academic literature supports the view that school-based leadership influences student achievement. The purpose of the research was to examine the impact of middle school principals' leadership styles on

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    The Effects of Extra-Curricular Activities on Student's

    Extra-Curricular Activities 3 The Effects of Extra-Curricular Activities on Student's Perceived Academic Self-Efficacy Self-efficacy is defined as a person's belief about their capabilities to achieve a certain level of performance (Bandura, 1994). This belief can influence events that affect a person's life.

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    A correlation study of library usage and student

    Measuring the value of library resources and student academic performance through relational datasets. Evidence Based Library & Information Practice, 8 (2), 163-171. Kot, F. C. & Jones, J. L. (Accepted May 2014). The impact of library resource utilization on undergraduate students' academic performance A propensity score matching design.

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  • An Assessment of the Implementation and Impact of the

    Tourism 4.3%, Agro-processing 2.4%, and Mining & Quarrying 0.2%. The CEF has been noted to be very impactful for the SMEs that accessed the facility. Widespread impact on SMEs has, however, been restrict ed, as usage of the facility has been limited. In a study

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