A Case Study on Students’ Ownership of Learning and its effects on Students Academic Achievements
The British University in Dubai (BUiD)
Ownership and learning are two independent concept which have been combined, from the educational perspectives into one concept referred as ownership to learning covering a broader yet complex and multidimensional domain. The present research has encountered the extent to which student’s ownership to learning improve their academic achievement by conducting a study at a school in Dubai where high school students have been targeted. Furthermore, the role of educationists and teachers, in order to promote the ownership to learning based interventions has been discussed in detail. The research has adopted mixed method approach where survey and interviews have been conducted to collect the data. The research has validated the interconnectivity between the student’s ownership of learning and improved academic achievement level.
Academic achievement., educational perspectives, student’s ownership