Graduate Degree Type
Education-Instruction and Curriculum: Secondary Education (M.Ed.)
College of Education
Douglas W. Busman
The goal of most students is to achieve academic success. In order to be successful, students must form healthy reading habits because there is a positive correlation between academic success and reading habits. The more students read, the greater their chances of performing well academically. By participating in frequent reading, students will, not only perform well in school, they will also expand their vocabulary, improve their writing skills, and sharpen their critical thinking skills. We are in the midst of a literacy crisis, though. Students are choosing other avenues for entertainment instead of reading. This could potentially have detrimental consequences. In order to get books back into the hands of students, it needs to be a collective effort between teachers, parents, school librarians, and students. Spreading awareness about the connection between reading habits and academic success is key.
Hicks, Taylor, "The Effect of Reading Habits on Academic Success" (2023). Culminating Experience Projects. 389.