Los hábitos de estudio y el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes (Estudio realizado en el Instituto Experimental de Educación Básica de Mazatenango, Suchitepéquez)
Noj Mena, Julián Rigoberto (2016) Los hábitos de estudio y el rendimiento académico de los estudiantes (Estudio realizado en el Instituto Experimental de Educación Básica de Mazatenango, Suchitepéquez). Other thesis, Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala.
Noj Mena, Julián Rigoberto
Summary The investigation was realized with students from the basic level of the Experimental National Institute of Occupational Guidance Basic Education Lic. Julio Cesar Méndez Montenegro morning session, the municipality of Mazatenango, Suchitepéquez department. In order to develop the process, it was analyzed that the study was significant, and really could be discovered if the fact that students do not have the habit of study, has to do with academic performance; the criterion to study the cases of two groups of students took, separating based on existing ratings records in the establishment; of the three degrees taught, separating those with good performance and those with low academic performance. By making this classification, interview technique was applied, using as key informants to 50 students, according to established criteria; separated by grade and section. But for greater support and credible arguments, he interviewed 16 teachers who are more than half, and who teach in all three grades and also the director of the establishment. What criteria yielded from three different points of view, and from there establish the corresponding conclusions. To get the results of product research field within the major findings, it could actually prove that most students of the two groups, no study habits, so even difficult for those who have good academic standing to gain good grades, for which they must work hard, and, most technique used to study is to memorize everything you read because so indicated when they were questioned about it; studying usually one hour daily and underperforming, mostly half an hour daily study and others only when evaluations approach.
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