INVESTIGATING RESEARCH ON PROCRASTINATION IN SCHOOL EDUCATION
Author(s):
Dr Thangavel, Xavier Munda, Dr. Vinod Kumar Tiwari
Keywords:
Secondary School Students, Procrastination, Social anxiety, Stress and Resilience.
Abstract
Today's schools struggle greatly with procrastination, which has been linked to mental health problems such as anxiety, stress, and in severe cases, depression. This study aims to investigate the relationship between academic resilience, performance, anxiety, stress, and academic self-regulation2. The findings indicated that procrastination and academic self-regulation were inversely correlated. Procrastination was also strongly associated with academic stress and anxiety. Resilience nonetheless acted as a protective barrier against anxiety and stress related to schoolwork. Finally, academic performance was negatively impacted by stress and anxiety, but resilience had the opposite impact. This study may be very helpful to future generations of children to better manage the ups and downs of life, they must receive support in developing emotional self-control, motivation, and self-regulation in academic environments. The sample consisted of 828 questionnaires received out of 1000. For teachers, we delivered 300 questionnaires out of 281 filled questionnaires received. For this study, we adopted the Likert statistical tools to test the hypothesis. This study looked at the connections between procrastination, social anxiety, and resilience in a sample of school students. Students in secondary schools with high and low levels of academic procrastination were found to have significantly different academic achievements. More male students than female pupils procrastinate in their academic work. Academic procrastination among secondary school students was found to have a strong but non-favourable association with academic accomplishment.
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Unique Paper ID: 164754

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 12

Page(s): 2619 - 2627
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