Effects of Parenting Styles and Learning Styles on Academic Achievements of Secondary School Students
This study was performed in district Haripur KPK at secondary level to find the impact of parenting styles and learning styles on academic achievements of students at secondary level. For this purpose, descriptive survey research design was used. 500 students of grade 10 were selected from secondary schools of district Haripur through Stratified random sampling technique from population. Two self-developed questionnaires were used on Likert scale to accumulate records. The main results showed that democratic parenting style is the maximum frequently practiced parenting style but, it has no profound effect on educational achievements of students at secondary level. The results found out that the kinesthetic learning style is the most regularly practiced by the scholars at secondary level. The analysis of average impact of all learning styles showed that each one mastering patterns have substantially advantageous impact on academic achievements of secondary school students. It is suggested that Parents should be aware of personal differences amongst students, diverse leaning style that suits to exceptional students and they are needed to devise lesson according to individual differences.
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