Investigating Relationship of Non-cognitive Factors as Determinants of Academic Achievement (76101)

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Presentation Type: Virtual Presentation

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Due to the polarization of education and learning deficits caused by COVID-19, the percentage of children with learning disabilities is increasing. Although many studies on academic achievement have been conducted to solve this problem, comprehensive studies on the relationship between non-cognitive factors are lacking. In this context, this study analyzed the effects of non-cognitive factors, especially affective factors and environmental factors, that affect students' academic achievement by using panel data from the 9th year of the Gyeonggi Education Panel Study (GEPS) of South Korea. Then, according to the hypothesis that affective factors influence academic achievement, a total of two stages of multiple regression analysis was used to explore factors that influence students' academic achievement. As a result of the analysis, the defining factor that had the greatest impact on academic achievement was found to be the self-efficacy in academic areas. The environmental factor that had the greatest influence on self-efficacy in academic areas was found to be the relationship between teachers and students. These results indicate that in order to enhance students' academic achievement, it is necessary to promote self-efficacy in academic areas through the development of a positive teacher-student relationship.

Authors:
Joonmo Yun, Jeju National University, South Korea
Eunchong Kim, Jeju National University, South Korea
Jaesang Kim, Jeju National University, South Korea
Kyeongjoo Yoon, Jeju National University, South Korea
HyeokJon Kang, Jeju National University, South Korea


About the Presenter(s)
Dr Joonmo Yun is a University Postdoctoral Fellow or Instructor at Gangneung–Wonju National University in South Korea

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00