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  • 101. EFFECT OF STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN G...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Human life, which is the best creation of god, has got two aspects: The biological and sociological or cultural. While the former is maintained and transmitted by food and reproduction, the latter is preserved and transmitted by education. It is again through education that he promotes his intelligence and adds his knowledge with which he can mo...Continue Reading »

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  • 102. TEACHERS’ CHARACTERISTICS AND STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN GOVERNMENT.....

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Education is widely regarded as a basic human right, a key to enlightenment, and a source of wealth and power (Mugenda and Mugenda, 1999). Education is critical to industrial and technological development, with the history of developed nations bearing records of this, developing nations aspiring to realize the same status have to put a premium. ...Continue Reading »

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  • 103. THE EFFECT OF TEACHER’S SELF EFFICACY ON JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ A...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study That education is the single most important building block on which a nation’s development is founded is an understatement. Indeed, it is the fulcrum, around which all the nation’s enterprises and endeavours revolve. The extent to which these enterprises are functional and the endeavours are worthwhile is largely dependent on the qua...Continue Reading »

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  • 104. AN APPRAISAL OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHING METHODS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMAN...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the study It is widely accepted that education is one of the leading tools for promoting economic development as it covers some processes individuals go through to help them develop and use their potentials (Adeyemi and Adu, 2010). Furthermore, Okeke (2007) stated that, through education, individuals acquire knowledge, skills and attitude that are necessa...Continue Reading »

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  • 105. STUDENTS’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE EFFECT OF TEACHER’S COMPETENCE AND METHODS ON T...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The term competence first appeared in an article authored by R. W. White in 1959 as a concept for performance motivation. Over the years other scholars have also adopted the use of the term competence. Some scholars describe it as a combination of practical and theoretical knowledge, cognitive skills, behaviour and values used to improve perform...Continue Reading »

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  • 106. GOVERNMENT POLICY ON ADMISSION OF STUDENTS INTO SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Education is regarded as an instrument par excellence in achieving national development. Hence, No nation can rise more relevant than it’s education. As a result of this, countries in the world are investing heavily on education to position it on sound pedestal to achieve their national goals and aspirations. Education whether at the lower...Continue Reading »

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  • 107. INFLUENCE OF MOTIVATION ON TEACHERS JOB PERFORMANCE IN THE SCHOOL SYSTEM..

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study This discourse examined the influence of motivation on teacher’s job performance in the school system. There is no doubt that the reward system in an organization determines the performance of the workers which either lowers or enhances productivity. The vision/mission of every organization is to ensure that its stated objectives are achieved,...Continue Reading »

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  • 108. ADMINISTRATIVE FUNCTIONS TO INFLUENCE TEACHERS’ WORK PERFORMANCE IN SECONDARY ...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study The term ‘administration; is often used to mean ‘to execute; or ‘to enforce. However, the job of an administrator involves more than mere execution of plans and decisions made elsewhere. Accordingly, Onyene (2005) noted that where administrative function is reduced to execution, critical details are ignored. According to her, admin...Continue Reading »

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  • 109. CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN EDUCATIONAL SECTOR...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Conflict management in a education sector, the management of conflict in education sector using peaceful, non violent methods has been around for a long time. In nearly all African societies there is a preference for the peaceful settlement of dispute along the line prescribed frowned at. In a few instance where it may be tolerated, the community ra...Continue Reading »

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  • 110. COOPERATIVES FACTORS THAT CAN INFLUENCE THE ESTABLISHMENT IN EDUCATIONAL SECTOR....

    » CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBACKGROUND OF THE STUDYIn the early centuries cooperative societies have been in existence This is to say that they started even before the creation of the Earth. There was cooperation between the holy spirits or trimly ( that is God the father God the son and God the holy spirit) which led to the achievement of the creation of the world. This was as a result of certain fact...Continue Reading »

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  • 111. DEVELOPMENTAL IMPLICATIONS OF EARLY MARRIAGE IN NIGERA...

    » ABSTRACT This research work explored the issue of early marriage in Nigeria. It shed light specifically on reasons behind its perpetuation, its harmful consequences, shows how it constitutes a barrier to education and enjoyment of human rights by girls and how it further threatens the development of the country. The findings from respondents and extensive reading of materials related to early marr...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  10 engagements | 

  • 112. FACTORS INFLUENCING THE USE OF FIELDTRIP IN THE TEACHING OF GEOGRAPHY IN SECONDA...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Fieldtrip is the laboratory for geographers because; it allows the empirical verification of spatial phenomena. Hence, theory without practical work is meaningless. Field work is defined as a means of getting a firsthand experience of the environment by practical work stimulated by curiously discovery (Archer and Dalton; 2005, 2007). Emphasis mu...Continue Reading »

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  • 113. EXAMINING HIGHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA AS CORRELATES OF YOUTH PREPARATION FOR ENT...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Higher education, as defined by National Policy on Education (1998) is the education given after secondary education in Universities, Colleges of education, Polytechnics, Monotechnics, including those institutions offering correspondence courses. The goals of tertiary education in Nigeria as spelt out by the policy are: to contribute to national dev...Continue Reading »

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  • 114. EXTENT OF THE USE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS IN THE TEACHING OF SOCIAL STUDIES.....

    » ABSTRACTThis research work was aimed at identifying the extent of the use of instructional materials in teaching Social Studies in Nsukka Educational Zone. This work was necessary because the success of any classroom teaching depends more on the extent of the use of teacher resources than verbalization. Three research questions were posited to guide the researcher in the study. These questions are...Continue Reading »

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  • 115. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR LOW ENROLEMENT OF STUDENTS IN CHEMISTRY EDUCATION...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study According to Hornby(2008), science is the knowledge about the structure and behavior of natural and physical world based on facts that can be proved. Science is the study of natural phenomena and is distinguished from other fields because it relies on the hypothetical, deductive and experimental approach. Ali(2004), defined science as that which is ...Continue Reading »

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  • 116. THE SUITABILITY OF HEALTH EDUCATION IN THE CONTROL OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASE SPREA...

    » Abstract The paper discussed the causes, the suitability of health education in the control of communicable disease spread in Nigeria industrial diseases among pre school age children (1 5 years). It focuses on the pre school age children because of the existence of six killer diseases and the peculiarity of children’s level of exposure to communicable diseases especially during the outdoor ...Continue Reading »

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  • 117. HIGHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA AS CORRELATES OF YOUTH PREPARATION FOR SMALL SCALE B...

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Higher institutions in Nigeria have been saddled with the main responsibility of training both youths and the nation’s professional personnel such as managers, scientists, engineers and technicians who participate in the development, adaptation and diffusion of innovations in the country. The development of higher education in the country is c...Continue Reading »

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  • 118. THE IMPACT OF MODERN TECHNOLOGY ON THE TRAINING OF SECRETERIES IN INSTITUTIONS O...

    » ABSTRACTThe main objective of the study is to ascertain the impact of modern technology on the training of secretaries in institutions of higher learning. The population comprised all the lecturers and the students in HND11 and ND11 studying secretarial studies. The questionnaire was the main instrument for data collection. The mean was used for data analysis. The result of data analyzed showed th...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  9 engagements | 

  • 119. INFLUENCE OF FAMILY SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS, GENDER AND SCHOOL LOCATION ON STUDENT...

    » ABSTRACTThe study of investigated Influence of Family Socio Economic Status, Gender and school location on students’ perception of examination malpractices. Three hindered and frothy six secondary school (ssl) students participated in the study. Participants were within the age range of 14 and 18 years with a mean age of sixteen years. Three hypotheses were tested. Hypothesis 1 states that t...Continue Reading »

    50 pages |  13 engagements | 

  • 120. THE INFLUENCE OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVICES ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AND T...

    » ABSTRACT This study investigated the influence of guidance and counselling services on academic achievement and transition rate of Taraba state students into tertiary institutions. Four research questions answered, using mean and standard deviation, and three null hypotheses tested at 0.05 level of significance using t test statistics and chi square guided the study. Population of the study was 1,...Continue Reading »

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