THE ROLE OF FAMILY IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF RURAL IN OSHNAVIEH CITY IN THE ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

  • Hossein Moghtader Islamic Azad University
  • Saiyed Ali Shokri Miaad Non-Profit Higher Education Institution
  • Naser Alani Payame Noor University
Palavras-chave: Family. Academic achievement. School. Students.

Resumo

The purpose of this study is to analyze the role of family in students' academic achievement. This article is a bibliographic review. In this article, while providing definitions of the family system, we examine the role of this important social system through parent-child interaction methods in students' academic achievement, and we analyze the researches developed in this area. Academic success depends on many causes and the absence of any of these factors causes academic failure. Undoubtedly, among the factors of education, the role of home and school is more important than others. Parents and teachers, as heads of the familiar and the school institutions, are the bases of personality and behavior of the students and their cooperation contributes to the development of intelligent and effective people in society. Usually, parents who are more attentive to their children and their work and monitor their activities and allocate time and facilities to support their child at home and at school will have successful children in the future.

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Biografia do Autor

Saiyed Ali Shokri, Miaad Non-Profit Higher Education Institution

MA of Educational Management, Miaad Non-Profit Higher Education Institution, Mahabad, Iran. 

Naser Alani, Payame Noor University

MA of Job Consulting, Qazvin Branch, Payame Noor University, Qazvin, Iran. 

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2019-10-02
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