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Vol. 8, Issue 6 (2019)

to assess the effectiveness of information booklet on knowledge regarding overcome of poor academic performance of children among their parents

Author(s):
Dr. Malti Lodhi
Abstract:
Background: School failure refers to student’s difficulties for fulfilled teaching goals which can in extreme cases lead to their dropping out of school. Academic failure are poor scoring in examination at school due to medical problems, below average intelligent, poor socioeconomic, cultural home environment.
Objectives: 1. To assess the existing knowledge regarding overcome of poor academic performance of children among their parents. 2. To assess the effectiveness of information booklet on knowledge regarding overcome of poor academic performance of children among their parents 3. To associate the posttest knowledge score with selected demographic variables.
Material and Method: The study was conducted in selected school of Jabalpur. Pre experimental one group pretest posttest research design was used and sample size is 80.Non probability convenient sampling technique was used.
Result: The result shows that 7(8.75%) had poor knowledge score, 63(78.75%) had average, 10(12.5%) had good, and no one had very good and excellent level of knowledge score in pre-test and in posttest 20(25%) of them had good, 44(55%) had very good and 16(20%) had excellent level of knowledge score. Hence information booklet was effective, calculated ‘t’ value is more than tabulated value and calculated ‘p’ value was less than accepted level of p=0.05 thus H1 is statistically accepted.
Conclusion: It is concluded that information booklet was found to be effective in improving the knowledge of parents regarding overcome of poor academic performance of their children.
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Dr. Malti Lodhi. to assess the effectiveness of information booklet on knowledge regarding overcome of poor academic performance of children among their parents. Pharma Innovation 2019;8(6):474-475.
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