EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES AFFECTS THE ACADEMIC STANDINGS OF STUDENTS By: Darleen Mitchell T. Francisco One of the parents' greatest achievements and immediate responsibility is to sent their children to school but sending them to school doesn't only mean to make them accademically active but also to make them socially active by joining and participating on ectra-curricular activities.
Many parents worry that extracurricular activities will inhibit their children’s performance in school. Various studies have shown that students who participate in extracurricular activities ...
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Involvement in extracurricular activities also helps at-risk students. John Mahoney and Robert Cairns (1997) indicated that engagement in school extracurricular activities is linked to decreasing rates of early school dropouts in both boys and girls.
Please circle the most accurate response to each statement. “Extra curricular activities” includes any activity in which you participate that are not related to your academics. Examples of extracurricular activities are sports, music performance, watching television, volunteering, church activities and ministry, etc. 1.
Extracurricular activities are opportunities to engage in extensions of academic activities and/or non-academic activities under school auspices. In special circumstances, for example, when there are budget or scheduling constraints, these activities may provide experiences that would otherwise be offered within the school day.
The Impact Of Extracurricular Activities On Friends And Academics The goal was to find out if there really was an effect of extracurricular activities on both academic and social outcomes. By Ashley Green, Texas A&M College of Education & Human Development September 28, 2016
Extracurricular Activities and Student Achievement: Everyone Gains “Participation in extracurricular activities in high school appears to be one of the few interventions that benefit low-status, disadvantaged students—those less well served by traditional educational programs—as much as or more than their more advantaged peers”
“Extracurricular Activities affecting the academic performance of students” name of student section schd name of prof date Abstract Extracurricular activities and academics has been related to each other for many reasons but they all revolve around the life of th e average student.
Overview. Almost every high school in the U.S. offers some type of extracurricular activity, such as music, academic clubs, and sports. These activities offer opportunities for students to learn the values of teamwork, individual and group responsibility, physical strength and endurance, competition, diversity, and a sense of culture and community.