Research Papers/Topics in Arts And Social Sciences Education

Actualizing Sustainable Development Goal Four (4) for Early Childhood Education in Nigeria

AbstractThis paper dealt with actualizing sustainable development goal four(4) for early childhood education in Nigeria. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) defined the world we want.They apply to all nations and mean, quite simple, to ensure that no one is left behind. SDGs are a collection of 17 interlinked global goals designed to be a“blue print to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all which was setup in 2015 by the United Nations General Assembly and are intended t...

The Internal and External Supervision Practices Used in Primary Schools in Zimbabwe to Enhance Teacher Effectiveness for Quality Implementation of the Competency Based Curriculum: A Case of H

AbstractInternal and external   supervision in schools  is crucial for quality  assurance  and service delivery.   We  cannot  talk   of  quality  without   examining  the  supervisory   practices  used  in primary schools in Zimbabwe that contribute towards teacher effectiveness. The paper sought to   examine   the   supervision   practices   used   in   primary   schools &...

The effect of free senior high school policy on the economic and social lives of parents and their wards in Ghana

The  free  senior  high  school  policy  is  one  of  best  social  and  economic  intervention  policies  that  openly  affect  both parents  and  their  wards  in  senior  high  school.  This  realisation  is  reached  on  the  backdrop  of  the  policy’s  role  in redeeming  parents  from  their  economic  and  financial  burden.  This  study  therefore  looks  at  the  effect  of  introducing the  free  senior  high  school  poli...

Psychological Predictors of Life Satisfaction Among Undergraduates

Abstract Informed by previous research finding which established evidence of low satisfaction among undergraduates in Nigeria, the purpose of this paper was to examine the psychological variables that would predict satisfaction with life among undergraduates in Southwestern Nigeria. A cross-sectional ex post facto survey design was adopted and convenient sampling method was used. Three hundred and twenty (118, i.e. 36.9%) male and 202 (63.1%) female students, ages ranging between 16 to 2...

Challenges facing rural primary school teachers in Zimbabwe towards the implementation of the new curriculum.

Challenges facing rural primary school teachers in Zimbabwe towards the implementation of the new curriculum.

The difference in performance between rural primary schools and urban primary schools in Zimbabwe in the national examination.

The difference in performance between rural primary schools and urban primary schools in the national examination.

Comparing and contrasting the two research approaches with special focus on their differences

Comparing and Contrasting the two main research approaches with special focus on their differences.

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...

Institutional capacity and students' academic performance in Oyo State Secondary Schools.

AbstractPurpose: This study investigated the relationship which exists between institutional capacity and students’ academic performance in Oyo State secondary schools. Methodology: The researcher adopted descriptive research design of survey type. The population for the study consisted of all teachers in all the 324 public secondary schools in Oyo State. Stratified random sampling and proportional sampling techniques was used to select 15 local Government Areas out...

Delegation of Authority and Job Satisfaction of Secondary School Teachers in Kajola Local Government, Okeho, Oyo State.

AbstractThis paper examined delegation of authority on job satisfaction of secondary school teachers in Kajola Local Government, Oyo State. Descriptive research of survey type was adopted. The population of the study consist of all teachers in Kajola Local Government secondary schools. Stratified random sampling technique was adopted to select respondents used. A structured questionnaire which was well scrutinized by experts in the field of study was used, it was well validated and tested for...

Research Designs, Types Of Research Designs, Characteristics Of Good Research Design

RESEARCH DESIGNSRefers to the structuring of investigation. with the aid of identifying variables and their relationships to one another. Desiring a research involves organizing the collection and analysis of data to fulfill the purpose of research so as to provide the information required.Research design is an outline or a scheme that serves as a useful guide to the researcher in his or her effort to generate data for the study.Research design are used in other to demonstrate how the variabl...

HEALTH AND FINANCE:Examining and Establishing a Link

Abstract Healthy people are happy people. One of the factors that debunks John Mathus' Population Theory is improved health care as we have it today. However, good health comes at its cost which is financing. The relationship between health and finance is a positive one. Among other determinants of health, finance holds a strong influence and This paper aims at testing the hypothesis, that the strong financial base of an economic entity (a household, country or large firm) is highly likely t...

THE ROLE OF OFO IN PRE-COLONIAL IGBO

Traditional Igbo political system is rooted in the very structure of Igbo society itself which exhibited democratic orientations, individualistic achievement, motivation, egalitarian tendencies and lack of hierarchical centralisation. With all, these the system has a high degree of coherence beneath the apparent anarchy and a  high degree of solidarity and stability beneath the apparent picture of compartmentalizion. The Igbo socio-political system like other pre-colonial societie...


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