Much of what is written today about the self and the ego comes directly or indirectly from William.
Volume 5, Issue 6, DecemberPages: American Journal of Nursing Science. December 5, ; Accepted: December 19, ; Published: February 10, Abstract: A descriptive correlational design was utilized in this study.
This article was carried out in freedom school for basic education boys and girls at Cairo governorate. A purposive sample was composed of school age children and their teachers.
Tools of data collection consisted of three parts: This finding implies that there was a wide gap in how males develop their self-concept as compared with female students.
The relationship between gender and academic performance was investigated. The students with high academic achievement receive reward and have more opportunities in future.
The researchers recommended implementing psycho-educational program in formal and informal curriculum for parents, teachers to provide a chance for students express themselves and developing their self-esteem and self-confidence.
Background of the Study Self-concept is the core of human personality. It is the set of perceptions that the person has about himself, the set of characteristics, attributes, qualities, deficiencies, capacities limits, values and relationships that the subject knows to be descriptive of him [ 1 ].
Academic Self-Concept ASC refers to "the personal beliefs someone develops about their academic abilities or skills". A person's ASC develops with mental and physical growth and begins to develop at early childhood.
Parenting styles and early educators have an influence on Academic self-concept [ 2 ].
Academic self-concept and academic performance directly affect each other. Academic self-concept for example: Teachers show an important role in developing the academic self-concept among school age children.
When teachers acted something on a child without respect, he might have a negative effect such as accepting himself as weak. Therefore, there is an association between academic self-concept and academic performance. Individuals, who have high academic performance are characterized by feeling more responsibility in school and seldom violate the rules and regulations [ 7 ].
A helpful learning environment by teachers can fulfill the psychological needs of the students.One's self-concept (also called self-construction, to raise academic self-concept, The findings were that academic performance of the African American students was significantly lower than their White counterparts when a stereotype threat was perceived after controlling for intellectual ability.
Since the inception of stereotype threat. A continuous interaction model was proposed to explain the relationship among daydreaming, self concept and academic performance. Daydreams were hypothesized to both influence performance and attitudes and in turn be affected by performance outcomes and self concept.
A second aim of the study was to evaluate the usefulness .
Defining Concept of The Self The four aspects that make the concept of self are: the body self, inner self, interpersonal self, and societal self. The body self is the physical aspect of a person. The body self is an idea that William . Abstract: Students’ academic performance plays an important role in producing the best quality graduates who will become great leader and manpower for the country thus responsible for the country economic and social development.
This article sought to study the relationship between academic self-concept and students’ performance among school age children. Defining Concept of The Self The four aspects that make the concept of self are: the body self, inner self, interpersonal self, and societal self.
The body self is the physical aspect of a person. The body self is an idea that William James also calls the material self (Fiske, ). The purpose of this research was to determine the relationship between the academic self-concept and academic performance.
The sample consists of students from 10 high schools were chosen by using multistage cluster sampling method.