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Student
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Supervisor
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Anastasiya Stryuk
Non-cognitive Predictors of Academic Achievment in Primary School
Psychology
(Bachelor’s programme)
8
2017
Non-cognitive development is one of the most important factors that determine the academic achievement of a child in primary school [Merrell, Bailey, 2008].

In this paper, non-cognitive predictors of a child's academic achievement at the end of Primary school are identified and evaluated on the basis of Russian first-graders research with iPIPS and Delta (instruments). The results were collected at three time-points: at the beginning and at the end of the first grade, at the end of third grade. Interviews with 1438 children, their parents, and schoolteachers were conducted.

It was found that the non-cognitive predictors used in this research can predict academic achievement for reading, but not for mathematics.

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