Purpose: The purpose of this research was to the effect of teaching social problem-solving skills on academic resilience and self-control of fifth-grade students in Shiraz city.
Method: Therefore, in terms of its purpose, it is considered applied research; Because this research was conducted based on the data obtained from a certain statistical population of the fifth-grade students of primary school in Shiraz city and the results obtained in it can help the decision making of school administrators and that is why it is under applied research. On the other hand, in the current research, a field approach and questionnaire distribution among the members of the statistical sample is used to collect data. From the relevant formulas, the number of samples in each group was calculated to be 22; Therefore, out of 44 people participating in the study, 22 people from the control group and 22 people from the experimental group were separated in order to prevent the exchange of information. In order to analyze the hypotheses, the analysis of the covariance method was used.
Finding: Based on the obtained results, problem-solving skills training has had a significant effect on academic resilience in the post-test results of fifth-grade students' resilience variable. Also, teaching problem-solving skills has had a significant effect on students' self-control in the post-test results of the fifth-grade students' self-control variable.
Conclusion: A student with effective social skills establishes positive relationships with the teacher and classmates and creates an environment conducive to learning.