A Study of student wellbeing in relation to institutional provisions and teacher attitude among secondary school students of Agra
Dr. Ruchi Gautam
Well-being is a state of successful performance through out the life course integrating physical, cognitive and social-emotional function that results in productive activities deemed significant by one’s cultural community, fulfilling social relationships and the ability to transcend moderate psychosocial and environment problems. Student well-being is students’ feeling of connection to their teachers and overall school community. Student who experience a greater sense of well-being are more able to learn and assimilate information in effective ways; more likely to engage in healthy and fulfilling social behaviours; more likely to invest in their own and others’ well-being and in the sustainability of the planet, as they take up their social, professional and leadership roles in adulthood. The present study was designed to achieve following objectives-To assess the averages on quality indicators of different boards, To study the school provisions of UP board school and To study student wellbeing among students of UP board schools. This study is based on a field survey, observation and discussion with the functionaries of different Schools running under different Boards in Agra (CBSE, ICSE, UP and DEI) with the help of a structured Check list. Findings of this study revealed that Quality Percentage Achievement was found to be very poor in U.P board schools as compared to other boards in Agra. The student perceptions on teacher attitude and behaviour and access to institutional provisions were gathered by the investigator.
Dr. Ruchi Gautam. A Study of student wellbeing in relation to institutional provisions and teacher attitude among secondary school students of Agra. International Journal of Advanced Educational Research, Volume 7, Issue 2, 2022, Pages 86-90