Every individual has at least a friend, others have allot and others were also involved on certain groups which they are calling as “Peer Groups”. Keeping up with these “Peer Groups” needs to have a bit of an effort on the part of the individual himself – this effort is called “Peer Relations”. Keeping up with friends doesn’t mean that the individual should compromise other things such as his or her education. Knowing these matters, the writers want to make a study about the “The Impact of Peer Relationship to Scholastic Performance to BBTE Students”
Peer Relations of the Bachelor in Business Teacher Education Major in Technology and Livelihood Education students will be ...view middle of the document...
Respondents was asked to answer a questionnaire provided by the writers, in order for them (the writers) to devise the research about “Peer Relations”, and the writers will interpret the respondent’s answers through this paper.
Peer relationship is a term to describe how an adolescent’s interact with adolescent. In this research we study between children's relations with peers and their academic performance. Thus, peer relationship can be related to these theories:
Self-Discrepancy Theory (Higgins)
Self-Discrepancy Theory states that people compare themselves to internalized standards called "self-guides". These different representations of the self can be contradictory and result in emotional discomfort. Self-discrepancy is the gap between two of these self-representations. The theory states that people are motivated to reduce the gap in order to remove disparity in self-guides.
Motivation Theory (Maslow)
Maslow subsequently extended the idea to include hi9s an observation of human’s innate curiosity. Maslow said on his theory that through the curiosity of the human they become motivated to do things on their own way. They are being motivated to finish and work harder. His theories are parallel to other theories of human development psychology, some of which focus on describing the stages of growth in humans.
Social Learning Theory (Bandura)
Bandura’s Social Learning Theory explains human behavior in terms of reciprocal interaction between cognitive, behavioral, environmental influences. People learn through observing others’ behavior, attitude and outcomes of those behaviors. “Most human is learned observationally through modeling: from observing others, one forms an idea of how new behavior performed, and on later occasions this coded information serves as a guide for action” -Bandura
The theories presented in the theoretical framework of the study supports the conceptual framework of this study. Higgin’s theory articulated that people...