Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

Provost Grievance Management Strategies and Lecturers Effectiveness in Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria.

ABSTRACT: This study investigated the relationship which exists between Provost grievance management strategies and Lecturers‟ effectiveness in Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria. Descriptive research of survey type was adopted. The population of the study consisted of all the academic staff in the whole of Emmanuel Alayande College of Education, Oyo, Oyo State, Nigeria. Out of the whole academic staff in the six schools/departments (namely: school of ...

Effects of WhatsApp and Facebook on Students Academic Performance in the University for Development Studies (UDS), WA Campus

This research was conducted in the University forDevelopment Studies, WA campus to examine the effects of Social Media on students' academic performance taking into focus WhatsApp and Facebook. It has been observed that students devote more attention and time to social media than they do for their studies and they cannot pass their examinations well if they do not learn (Oshrive, 2015). The use of social media among students has reached high levels and has affected their study time, poor...

Ethiopia and China 50 Years of Diplomatic Relation

Both China and Ethiopia are countries with a long history, ancient civilization, and splendid culture. The exchanges and friendship between the Chinese and Ethiopian people can be traced back to ancient times. This relationship has reached a greater level over the last two decades. Currently, the bilateral relations are multifacetedly benefiting both sides. Many Chinese companies are engaged in several development projects in Ethiopia. The socio-cultural relationship between the two countries...

The Role of African Growth and Opportunities Act (AGOA) To strengthen cooperation between Ethiopia and America

The introduction of AGOA has also created an opportunity for the export of additional products like textile and apparel as well as leather products.Ethiopia’s utilization of the opportunity is still too low to claim the realization of AGOA’s objective of bringing economic growth and development as well as integration to the regional and global economy satisfactorily. In terms of utilization of the AGOA’s opportunity, there is a lack of diversity across sectors: the textile and le...

Ethiopia and Russia Diplomatic and Historical Relation

The strategic pillars of Ethiopia’s foreign policy positioning globally, regionally, and locally are based on the principles of respect for national sovereignty, non-alignment, pursuance of mutual benefits and the creation of peaceful environments conducive for internal and regional development and progress. These policies have yielded dividends for the country in terms of safeguarding its national interests economically, politically, diplomatically, and militarily, which are the out...

Ethiopia and German Relation: political, economic, cultural and developmental

Ethiopia and Germany have had productive diplomatic relations for years now. Germany offers the fifth largest market for Ethiopia’s export which is in the range of 200 million Euros. The country exports agricultural products, mainly coffee and textiles to the German markets, and imports medicine, machinery, and pharmaceuticals. At the same time, more than 35 German companies have invested in Ethiopia’s horticultural sector, transport industry, logistics, and pharmaceutical industry. Germa...

Factors Affecting the Implementation of Universal Basic Education in Bauchi Local Government Area

The idea of universal education was first noted in 1955 when the universal Primary education scheme was inaugurated by the government of western Nigeria. The Eastern Nigeria government launched its own universal primary education in 1957. In Northern Nigeria education was provided free by government in a bid to make children attend school (Adeyemi, 2007). Thus, at its onset, the universal primary education scheme had been taken by regional government. There was no Federal government in...

Relative effectiveness of peer tutoring and think-pair-share strategies in improving senior secondary School students' academic performance in chemistry in Osogbo

ABSTRACTThe study examined the effects of peer tutoring and think-pair-share instructional strategies in improving students’ academic performance in Chemistry. It also compared the effects of peer tutoring and think-pair-share strategies in improving students’ attitude towards Chemistry. These were with a view to highlighting which of the teaching strategies that can improve students’ academic performance in Chemistry. The study adopted a non-equivalent pre-test, pos...

Industrial Expectation from MBA Students: Some reflection with reference to RTM Nagpur University, Nagpur

Abstract:Management education in RTM, Nagpur University approximately 20 years old. It isprecisely designed to develop the business decision-making skills of students. BusinessManagement education plays an important role in developing managerial as wellemployability skills. The courses in many MBA Institutes across country are exam driven,which aims at creating a plain student rather than its objective of imparting knowledge. Thecorporate require a student who can be readily absorbed into the...

Examining the Educational Access and Opportunity for Special Needs Students

AbstractThe study, examining educational access and opportunity for special needs students, a case study of a school for special need Birnin Kebbi was necessitated by worrisome statistics that abound about the physically challenged and the researcher’s personal experiences that disabled people hardly find a voice or position in the society and if any, only few in a thousand or even in a million. The study was aimed at examining educational access available to special need students in school...

Issues of Instruction Technology in the Teaching and Learning of Primary Schools Pupils in Ijebu

ABSTRACT This study investigated issues of instruction technology in the teaching and learning of primary schools pupils in Ijebu-Ode Local Government Area of Ogun-State, using descriptive survey approach. A random sample of 180 respondents from 3  schools  participated  by  filling  the  questionnaire.  Validity  of  the questionnaire  was  ensured  through  expert  judgment  from  a  group  of experienced  researchers.  The data were analysed quantitativ...

The Influence of Western Television Programmes (WTP) On the Cultural Values of Nigerian Youths

ABSTRACTAn attempt at knowing the influence of Western Television Programmes (WTP) on the cultural values of Nigeria youth accounts for the present study. To embark on this study, the descriptive research design of the survey type was adopted. A sample size of 100 respondents was drawn from the selected youths in Ijebu-Ode Local Government, Ijebu-Ode, Ogun-State, Nigeria using the random sampling technique. One instrument was used for the present study. The instrument was a self des...

Factors Influencing Consumers Intention Towards Online Grocery Shopping In The United Arab Emirates

Online Grocery Shopping is still insignificant when compared to the traditional bricks and mortar stores in the United Arab Emirates, despite the very high internet penetration, the high availability of smartphones and personal computers, grocery retailer’s focus on this channel to strengthen market share, and the consumers searching for convenience and time saving. OGS can have a stronger role to play in consumers’ life, and E-Business development. Therefore, it is important to un...

Counsellors’ Perception On The Causes Of Divorce And Its Impact On Adolescents In Secondary In Ikere Local Government Area Of Ekiti State

ABSTRACT The purpose of the study was meant to investigate counselors’ perception on the cause of divorce and its impact on adolescents in secondary schools in Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti State. Descriptive Survey design was used for this study. The design entails the collection and use of data through questionnaire systematically from a given population to describe certain characteristic features of the population. The target population of the study comprised the stud...

An Assessment of the Rescue Mission Policy in Mitigating Educational Challenges in Taraba State (2015-2018

The advancement of any nation relies extensively on the effective implementation of appropriate education policies. However, this important variable is grossly neglected in many African countries, including Nigeria. The case of Taraba State is very glaring. The education segment of the state is characterized by incessant industrial actions by teachers/lecturers, low funding, inadequate staffing (both in quantity and quality), lack of advanced teaching aids, inadequacy to deteriorating state o...


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