Abstract

Contribution of School-Related Factors and Family Factors on Students Participation in School Activities

Training social skills to students is one of basic goals of education to prepare them to participate actively and constructively in the relations of social life. This study aimed to identify school-related factors and family factors on students' participation in school activities. The research method is descriptive and correlational. Participants was 269 of second grade high school boy students in Tehran in 2014-2015 academic years who were selected by multistage random sampling method.Tool was questionnaire researcher made that was confirmed by psychometric criteria. The findings showed that level of student participation in school activities was less than mean and between the partnerships with the compliance behavior of the mother, students from the teachers of the views and opinions of students in school administration, student perception of school participation, student perception of significant positive correlation. Therefore, it is necessary to increase participation of students in school, students and school authorities' further comments and conditions for participation through increased participation. School and family in the fertile imagination of students and improve student confidence from their efforts. Also, mothers have more tolerance for their children.


Author(s):

Shirin Ghazi, Hossein Mehrdad, Zahra Karami, Roghayeh Piri, Saba Hasanvandi



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