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The area that is played by the sports for students in their learningprocesses has been and still is a subject of serious interest and debatefor several decades now According to the observations of variouscritics students who are significantly involved in various sportsactivities deflect away from their classroom time However those whosupport the basic idea of sports being a healthy activity as far asacademics are concerned argue that the students are motivated to put inmore energy in their studies achieve excellent grades and alsoexperience an increase in their aspirations for learning throughparticipation in various sports activities They argue that sports keepthem fit and keeps their minds clear and increases their concentrationlevels Slavin 1979 They are of the belief that regular exercises and fitness programs helpthe students to learn to manage contrast and also are helpful in makingthem learn about themselves Sports teach them direction and teach themto respect their colleagues However it still remains a debate whetherthe sports activities help the students positively or negatively forthat matter The amount of research in regard to this is growinghowever the uneven quality of the availability of the researchliterature in this field is decidedly limited and also fails in offeringany evidence for a clear understanding of the very nature on this issueThe paper focuses on the possibility of the effects that are prominentamong the students of high school or colleges who are involved invarious sporting activities The paper discusses about these effects onthe academic performance of the students DiscussionRelationship between academics and sportsThe availability of the literature on the relations among the manypsycho and psychosocial elements and the involvement of the studentsgives a remarkably vague set of findings The findings of differentgroups of studies point out that the participation of the students invarious sporting activities raised the overall commitment and enthusiasmto education and the participation of the students in moreteacher-student relationships According to the various findings therewere more positive attitudes regarding discipline and more school-parent contact Apart
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