Published Sep 30, 2021

Xingyuan Gao

Hongyan Chen

Jie Wu

Jingzhong Huang  


Task Performance is greatly significant in the field of education. The OECD defines Task Performance as the ability to function based on conscientiousness in the “Big Five” personality domains. People with high Task Performance tend to also have significant conscientiousness. In other words, they are more self-controlled, more responsible, and more persistent. As a result, they focus well on tasks and earn better grades. Task Performance includes self-control, responsibility, and perseverance.



China, Adolescents, Social and Emotional Skills, Education, Non-Cognitive Ability

How to Cite
Gao, X., Chen, H., Wu, J., & Huang, J. (2021). Task Performance: Report on the Study of Social and Emotional Skills of Chinese Adolescents (I). Best Evidence in Chinese Education, 9(1), 1197–1202. https://doi.org/10.15354/bece.21.rp031