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    STUDENTSMANAGEMENTS

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    MEMBERS NAMENOR AKHMA ZAKARIANUR AFIQAH ABDULLAHFATINAH MAT ZAIDNURUL NADIA AB GHANINUR UMIRAH BT MAMATNUR ASMA SALSABILLA RAZALI

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    OBJECTIVE

    Student information book record.

    Have details information about the

    students who have problems.

    Solve students problem.

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    DEFINITION OF

    STUDENT

    A student is a learner, or

    someone who attends an

    educational institutions.

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    DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT

    Peter F.Ducker- managementcan be defined as sosial

    process designed to providecollaboration, interventionand participation of othertowards the direction of a

    more effective perfomanceagainst an objective set.

    Jaafar Muhammad (1988)-management as a process ofdistributing, organizational

    input (including staffresources) by way ofplanning, organization,

    direction and control for thepurpose of output (services)required for our student, so

    that organizational objectiveare achieved.

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    DEFINITION OF MANAGEMENT

    Management is theattainment of

    organizational goals in aneffective and efficient

    manner through planning,organizing, leading, and

    controlling organizationalresources.

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    DEFINITION OF STUDENT

    MANAGEMENT

    Managing programs andactivities for students, including

    discipline, attendence, homeschooling, and suspension/

    exclusions. Also includesaddressing particular need group

    to allow equitable participationand outcomes.

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    STUDENT RECORD MANAGEMENT

    OBJECTIVE

    To providecomplete

    information on

    the progress ofstudents in all

    aspects ofpotential

    development(intellectual,

    spiritual, physical& social).

    As a guide toparents inunderstanding

    their childs

    progress andabilities.

    As a guide to thestudents

    themselvesdiscover their

    potential.

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    TYPES OF STUDENT RECORD

    Registration record.

    Attendants scheduled

    Potential record

    Pupils progress books

    Collection card 001& 002.

    Record of fee collection.

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    READINESS FOR STUDENT

    LEARNINGWhat is readiness for student

    learning??

    The situation where individuals,who are readyand able to learn something with the purposeof acquiring new learning experiences.

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    What is readiness for student

    learning??

    Brunner (1966) anything that can bedelivered effectively to the child to the child at

    any stage of their development.

    Piaget (1966) related that readiness to learnwith the level at the cognitive development of

    children.

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    Type of

    readiness in

    learning

    Cognitivie

    Psycomotor

    affective

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    Related to the level ofintelectual development(thinking , reasoning ,analysing)

    Cognitive

    readiness

    Refers to the potential or

    any physical maturityand readiness to do newlearning process

    Psycomotorreadiness

    Refer to theattitude,desire,passion,preservarence , feelings and interestin carrying and learningactivities

    Affectivereadiness

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    Influence ofreadiness to

    learn

    Internalmotivation

    Basic skill ofexperience

    maturity

    Interest andattitude

    Aspect

    sociology

    development

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    Aspect of social

    Way of life is different from

    each individual

    Behavior

    difference individual

    can be appreciatesthrough interaction and

    social activities

    Aspect emotion

    each individual show

    different emotion event in the

    same situation

    Aspect of cognitive

    every student have

    different level of thinking

    Aspect of physical

    Diffenrence in

    gender,appearance andphysical skills

    Aspect of spriritual

    religion and phylosophy of life

    id different between each

    individual

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    FACTORS OFMOTIVATION

    interest

    Demandsand

    requirements

    Attitude,hope and

    inspiration

    Instinctiveandrequirery

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    attitude

    Form by understanding ,feelings

    and action

    Hope

    Subjective prediction inline with

    the cognitive

    Interest

    Behavior centered on amatter,

    and capable of repeat satisfaction

    C ti

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    demand

    Action due to the physiological

    needs

    requirement The lack of desire fulfill the physiologicaland psycological

    Instinctiveand inquirery

    Behavior caused curiosity such asexperimentation,explore,creating anddesigning

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    TECHNIQUES TO INCREASEMOTIVATION

    motivation and maturation

    Knowledge of purpose and the

    procedureRelationship with life

    Active involvementThe successes and failures

    Reward

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    punishmentcompliments and insults

    marking

    extra circular activities

    competition in the group

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    IMPLICATIONS OF MOTIVATIONIN TEACHING AND LEARNING

    Can use a set of impressive induction toexcite curiosity of students.

    Provide a fun learning environment.

    Apply a positive communication to interactwith student.

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    MOTIVATIONAL IMPLICATIONSBelieve student achievement can be enhanced

    Example::Do not ignore the poor students and

    give words of encouragement and confidence to

    them.

    Increase student involvement in academic

    activities.

    Example::Engage in co-curricular activities

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