E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2024

Mind over Matter: Assessing Noveleta Senior High School Students’ Stress Management Schemes and Academic Engagement

Author(s): Oracion Carl Rafael B, Primero Princess Jasmine P, Dela Torre Edsil B, Lazaro Bryan Louis G

DOI: https://doi.org/10.62225/2583049X.2024.4.3.2820


The conducted study entitled Mind over Matter: Assessing Noveleta Senior High School Students’ Stress Management Schemes and Academic Engagement. This study examines the levels of academic engagement and stress. Furthermore, it sought to provide an understanding of the relationship between the two variables of the study. A sequential-explanatory mixed-method research design is applied in the study to supply in-depth enlightenment, discussion, and investigation of the evaluated and correlated variables. Fifty (135) respondents served as participants for the quantitative phase of the study, and ten (9) interviewees for the qualitative phase. The respondents were selected using Purposive Sampling, a non-probability sampling technique. Findings of the examined variables revealed that the students in Noveleta Senior High School have average level of stress (M= 3.3) and academic engagement in terms of behavioral (M=3.73), cognitive (M=3.57) and emotion (M=3.46). Using Pearson R- Correlation, the researcher found that there is a significan positive correlation between Stress and Academic engagement in terms of behavioral (r = .346, p < 0.001) and cognitive (r = .366, p < 0.001), while stress and academic engagement in of emotion (r = .206, p < 0.001) Indicates moderate position correlation The researchers figure out that the stress may challenge students to cope with. The researchers figure out the experiences of students and coping mechanisms of stress including having a lot of school works, pressure, overwhelmed, distraction difficult to time management and tiredness or exhaustion. The coping mechanisms and strategies to cope with stress including watching videos in social media, mediation, relaxation, eating a lot of foods, listening to music and spending time with friends or family.

Keywords: Mind, Management, Cavite

Pages: 547-552

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