Academic Behaviors for Student AchievementPresentation Transcript
Can Noncognitive Factors Improve
Student Learning and Student
1. Know that noncognitive factors contribute
to student achievement.
2. Develop and strengthen noncognitive
behaviors to improve student achievement.
3. Each day, use one of the five noncognitive
factors with your teaching.
Five Noncognitive Factors
1. Academic Behaviors
2. Academic Perseverance
3. Academic Mindset
4. Learning Strategies
5. Social Skills
1. Going to Class (Attendance)
2. Participating & Paying Attention (Engaged Learning)
3. Organizing Materials & Managing Time (1 to 2 hours
of homework/studying daily)
4. Doing Homework
6. Tutoring from Teacher or NHS Student or Outside Tutor