Effects of the Student Academic Behavior on Academic Performance in Grade 12 HUMSS Strand Students in Bestlink College of the Philippines
This study is about the effects of the student’s academic behavior on the academic performance in Grade 12 Humanities and Social Sciences (HUMSS) students. In every educational institution, the quality of instruction and learners depends upon the displayed performance of the students. Behavior is the way a person acts and behaves. This study focuses on how the academic behavior of students affects their academic performance and aims to determine the capacity of every student in different ways of learning. This study was conducted because of the curiosity of the students that have different habits, personalities, and traits. This study finding may have important implications for understanding how students learn in the classroom and how student’s attitude and behavior help control and be confident about their ability to succeed in their future education. The study utilized the descriptive method because it will be focused on describing the impacts on the academic performance of students who most likely use logical learning instead of other ways of learning. This particular method was chosen because of its appropriateness to answer the problem. In addition to describing what the findings are, it also supplies factual and practical information that can be used to calculate conditions. The researchers found out that most of the students lacked sleep due to using cellphone excessively and wasting time doing something that is not necessary. Being late in class, feeling sleepy during the discussion, and not hearing the discussion clearly are some of the consequences that affect the students’ academic performance. The researchers recommended that students must sleep early and avoid using cellphone excessively and wasting time doing something that is not necessary. Students must think wisely and set a goal to give time to do their responsibility. Feeling sleepy during the discussion and not hearing the discussion clearly were the common problems encountered by the Grade 12 HUMSS Strand students. Avoid sleeping late and students sitting in front of the class to hear their discussion are the most recommended solutions. Academic behavior has considerable benefits for Practical Research 2 subject when used properly and effectively.