Basic Education Research Papers/Topics

IMPACT OF TEACHER AND STUDENT INTERACTION TOWARDS STUDENTS ACHIVEMENT AND PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS; CASE STUDY OF WAKISO DISTRICT, MAKINDYE SABAGABO SUBCOUNTY

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATIONAPPROVAL PAGEACKNOWLEDGMENTDEDICATIONABSTRACTTABLE OF CONTENTLIST OF TABLESLIST OF FIGUREABBREVIATIONSCHAPTERONE..1.0: Introduction I1.1: Background ofthe study1:2: Statement ofthe Problem 31.3: Main objective 31.3.1: Specific Objectives 41.4: Research questions 41.5: Significance ofthe Study 41.5.1: The time scope of the study 51.6: Definition ofTerms 5CHAPTER TWO 62.0: Introduction 62.1: Lewin’s Level ofAspiration Theory 62.2: Atkinson’s Achievement Motivatio...

THE CAUSES OF POOR PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH AS A SUBJECT IN SECONDARY SCHOOUS IN LOKICHAR DIVISION, TURKANA SOUTH DISTRICT, KENYA

TABLE OF CONTENTSDECLARATION: ................. .................................................................................. 2APPROVAL ............................................................................................................ 3ACKNOWLEDGMENTS ....................................................................................... 41.0 INTRODUCTION ... ..................................................................................... 61.1 BACKGROUND TOT STUDY ...........

AN EVALUATION OF THE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION POLICY IN ZIMBABWE: A CASE STUDY OF DANHIKO SECONDARY SCHOOL IN EPMAFARA DISTRICT

ABSTRACT  The research aimed at evaluating the inclusive education policy in Zimbabwe. In this study, Danhiko Secondary School was used as a case study. The growing rate of school dropouts has increased due to poor educational provision. Most schools in the country are struggling to offer inclusive education. The rate of dropouts and cases of discrimination in schools has also indicated more need for readdressing the educational policies and laws that supports the inclusiv...

Teacher's Attitude Towards Learners with Hearing Impairment in an Inclusive Setting: A Case Study of Selected Schools in Dede Zone, Rongo District, Kenya.

ABSTRACT This study was set forward to determine the attitude of teachers towards learners with hearing impairment in an inclusive setting within Dede zone in Rongo district being an illustrative example. The general objective or purpose of the study was to investigate regular teacher's perception towards learners with hearing impairment in an inclusive setting. While reviewing related information to the topic of study, the researcher sought for ideas of prior scholars whose suppositions and...

Effectiveness Of Free Primary Education Policy On Academic Performance Of Primary Schools In Kithimani Division, Yatta District, Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTS Declaration ..................................................... -·.--·-..... -... -.·············---··--·····-·-----······-···-· r .I Approval················································-··········································-······················ ..... 11 Dedication .. : .....................................................

The Performance Of Students In Relation To Examination Malpractices In Secondary Schools In Mandera Central District, North Eastern Province, Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTS .DECLARATION .. ................ ............................................................................................ i APPROVAL ................................................................................................................ ii DEDICATION .................................................. ......................................................... iii ACKNOWLEDGMENT ........ .................................................................................

HIV/Aids And Education In Kibulgeny Zone, Eldoret Municipality Kenya

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on the education sector in Kenya. The specific objectives of the study were to identify the effect of strategies for addressing HIV/AIDS prevention within the education sector; and to examine the extent to which these strategies are implemented and the obstacles encountered The methods used for data collection were questionnaires to pupils and teachers of the school involved in the study. In chapter four, the findin...

Factors Influencing Girls’ Performance In Science Subjects At Secondary School Level: A Case Study Of Ngara Falls Secondary School In Wareng District

TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION AND BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY 1.2 STAEMENT OF THE PROBLEM 3 1.3 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY 3 1.4 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 3 1.5 RESEARCH QUESTIONS 4 1.6 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY 4 CHAPTER TWO 6 LITERATURE REVIEW 6 2.0 Introduction 6 2.1 GENDER DIFFERENCE IN RATING OF GIRLS 6 2.2 PORTRAYAL OF GIRLS IN TEXT BOOKS 7 2.3 GIRLS’ ATITUDES AND PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE 7 2.4 ATTITUDES OF SOCIOLIZING AGENTS 9 2.4.1 TEACHER 9 2.4.2 PARENTS 9 CHAPTER THREE 12 STUDY...

Factors Influencing Student Performance In Computer In Kcse In Day Secondary Schools Of Meru Gatundu South District.

TABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENT TITLE ............................................................. . DECLARATION ................................................ . DEDICATION ................................................... . ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS .................................... . TABLE OF CONTENTS ....................................... . ABSTRACT ...................................................... . 1.0 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION ............................................... . 1.1.1 Backgr...

Dynamic vs Nondynamic Assessments: Impacts on Intermediate EFL Learners’ Receptive Skills

Listening and reading skills, which are two of the essential skills in the world of language learning, have established themselves in various academic fields. Many researchers have looked at teaching and developing these two receptive abilities, but less focus has been paid to assessing and testing them. Traditional evaluation has been used to examine learners for a long time, but new teaching methods should introduce new ways to test and assess students. )is study attempted to investigate th...

Causes of Grade 12 Teacher Absenteeism in the Rundu Circuit, Kavango East Region

ABSTRACT   This study was done in Rundu circuit to understand the problems caused by the grade 12 teacher’s absenteeism.   This study was a qualitative research, and case study, which required concentrated examination of the problems caused by teacher’s absenteeism. The researcher used open-ended questionnaires for teachers plus senior education officers previously called subject advisors, interviews for principals and interviews for teachers. It made use 10 out of a total of 14 partici...

MANAGING SCHOOL CLIMATE BY PRINCIPALS TO ENHANCE TEACHERS’ JOB SATISFACTION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EBONYI STATE

This study deals on managing school climate by principals to enhance teachers’ job satisfaction in secondary schools in Ebonyi state. The specific objectives were to determine the types of school organizational climate to enhance teachers’ job satisfaction in secondary schools in Ebonyi State and examine the principals’ management of the school environment to enhance teachers’ job satisfaction in secondary schools in Ebonyi State. Literature related to the study was reviewed. The desc...

An Evaluation Of Other Sources Of Financing Secondary School Education Other Than Government Funding: A Case Of Abakaliki Education Zone Of Ebonyi State

This study evaluated other sources of financing secondary school education other than government funding, using Abakaliki education zone of Ebonyi state as a case study. It was motivated by the difficulties being encountered by heads of schools in financing the secondary schools in Abakaliki Education Zone of Ebonyi State. 3 research questions and a null hypothesis guided the study. The population of the study was 154 principals and vice principals. There was no sampling because theentire pop...

Alternative Sources Of Financing Secondary School Education In Abakaliki Education Zone Of Ebonyi State

This study, Alternative Sources of Financing Secondary School Education in Abakaliki Education Zone of Ebonyi State was motivated by the difficulties being encountered by heads of schools in financing the secondary schools in Abakaliki Education Zone of Ebonyi State. three research questions and a null hypothesis guided the study. The population of the study was 154 principals and vice principals. There was no sampling because the entire population was used as sample due to its manageable siz...

Age and Gender Discrimination by Accredited Scholars and Researchers

INTRODUCTION 1.0      Background to the Study      Desktop publishing is program that is designed to produce large documents usinf 1.1       Statement of the problem                                     A nation economic growth is largely dependent on productivity of various organizations that form its industrial and economic component, thus what states will the economy is if the human capital resource employed and controlled by these entities ...


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