Research Papers/Topics in Teacher Education

Entrenching Quality Educational Output through Teachers' Professional Ethics of Social Justice and Confidentiality

 The study examined the entrenchment of quality educational output through teachers’ professional ethics of social justice and confidentiality in federal universities, South-South Zone of Nigeria. Two research questions were raised, and two hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The correlational research design was used for the study. The  population of the study comprised 6,305 teaching staff and 32,613 graduating students in the  2014/2015 and 2015/2016 a...

Teaching Staff Professional Ethics and Quality of Educational Output in Federal Universities, South-South Zone of Nigeria

The study examined the extent to which teaching staff professional ethics predict quality of educational  output in federal universities, South-South Zone of Nigeria. Four research questions and three hypotheses guided the study. The correlational research design was used for the study. The population comprised 6,305 teaching staff and 32,613 students. Purposive and simple random sampling techniques were used to select 1,275 teaching staff and 3,021 students. Two instrumen...

Teacher Professionalism and Nigeria's National Development

Teacher professionalism is the driving force for educational improvement and national development, particularly now that the education system is riddled with so many challenges and conflicting pressures. Investing in teacher professional development is one way that a nation’s educational system can improve, and by doing so, ensure that students receive the high-quality teaching they need to succeed. The paper defines who a teacher is and discusses the concept of professi...

Principals’ Use of Teleconferencing and Administrative Effectiveness in Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State - Nigeria

The study examined principals’ use of teleconferencing and administrative effectiveness in secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State. It investigated the availability level of teleconferencing facilities in schools, the perceived benefits of principals’ use of teleconferencing and the constraints facing principals’ use of teleconferencing for administrative effectiveness. The descriptive survey design was used for the study. Three research questions and one hypothesis were postulated to ...

Teacher’s Participation in Quality Assurance in Private and Public Secondary Schools in Uyo Local Education Committee, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria: Administrators’ Perspective

The study explored teacher’s participation in quality assurance in private and public secondary schools in Uyo Local Education Committee, Akwa Ibom State. Four research questions and four null hypotheses were raised to guide the study. The ex-post facto survey design was used to carry out this study. The population of the study comprised 64 principals distributed into 64 private and public schools in Uyo Local Education Committee. Random sampling technique was used to select 28 principa...

Effective Classroom Manager

This new book effective classroom manager is a research project aimed at equipping the 21st century teacher to thrive with tech, skill set and innovative approach to managing crisis during lesson, parent Vs teacher's team and lots more. Read and thank me later 

A Teachers Guide for Active Learning

TABLE OF CONTENTSCHAPTER ONEIntroductionEducation For a PurposeTypes of EducationCHAPTER TWO2.1 The Objectives of Education2.2 Agents of Education2.3 Individual Differences in LearningCHAPTER THREE3.1 The Qualities of a Teacher3.2 The Teacher’s Roles in The ClassroomCHAPTER FOUR4.1 The Active Learning4.2 Techniques of Active Learning4.3 The Pedagogy4.4 Pedagogical Approaches4.5 Pedagogy and the Education System4.6 Student Participation in Active Learning4.7 The Andragogy 

FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN APPLIED ELECTRICITY IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES IN BAYELSA STATE

ABSTRACTUntil recently applied electricity technical education was meant for those who could not cope effectively with conventional academic pursuits.  In Nigeria today, applied electricity technical education had become a thing of National Interest because it has been realized that it has efficacy in producing the dreamed and desired manpower for the nation.  It was on this stand that the researcher looked at the factors militating against the performance of Applied Electricity in ...

FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST THE PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN INTRODUCTORY TECHNOLOGY IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL IN NIGERIA (A CASE STUDY OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN CALABAR MUNICIPAL COUNCIL C

ABSTRACT It is disheartening to say that until recently, Introductory Technology Education was not paid attention to by the introducers and the acquirers. Many people had different notions that introductory technology education is of no and therefore was not given recognition.Virtually today, introductory Technology has attracted National interest because it is the basis for the technological development of every nation. It was on this background that the researcher unraveled the factors...

TEACHERS AND STUDENTS ATTITUDES TOWARDS TEACHING OF SEX EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU EDUCATION ZONE

ABSTRACT This research is concerned with teachers and students attitude towards the teaching of sex education in secondary schools in Enugu education zone of Enugu state.This study was conducted in three local government areas that made up the zone. They are Enugu North, Enugu East, and Isi-Uzo. The zone is made up of thirty four (34) secondary schools, out of which ten were randomly sampled and used for this research work. The instrument used to obtain information was questionnaire item...

THE STUDY OF EXCLUSIVE BREASTFEEDING AMONG NURSING MOTHERS (A CASE STUDY OF SELECTED NURSING MOTHERS IN ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION TECHNICAL)

ABSTRACTThis study centers on the study of exclusive breastfeeding among nursing mothers (A case study of the nursing mothers, in Enugu State College of Education Technical). The basic identified problem is that in spite of the importance of exclusive breast feeding, some nursing mothers are yet to adopt it. Therefore, the objective of this study is to find out the extent to which nursing mothers breastfeed their young ones and to propel those who finds it difficult to breastfeed constantly, ...

CAUSES OF DISPARITY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE ENROLMENT IN BUSINESS EDUCATION IN ENUGU STATE A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL)

ABSTRACTThis project studied the cause of disparity between male and female enrolment in Enugu State College of Education (Technical) Enugu.Chapter one the research population comprised student and lecturers of Enugu State College of Education (Technical) Enugu from three schools namely, school of business education, science education and technical education. The population prompted the researcher to regard the entire population as the sample.The questionnaire was the major instrument used. I...

TEACHERS' PERCEPTIONS REGARDING THE STRUCTURE OF JSC BUSINESS STUDIES EXAMINATION IN ENUGU URBAN

ABSTRACTThe study was aimed at ascertaining Business Education  teacher perceptions regarding  the structure of JSC examination in Enugu State with particular reference to Enugu Urban.The target population of the study comprised all the practicing business education teachers within all the selected secondary schools in  Enugu Urban. The data generated were precisely analysed by the use of statistical frequency tables and percentage.Review of related literature was discussed in ...

FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST THE TEACHING OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERING CRATF PRACTICE IN GOVERNMENT TEACHNICAL COLLEGES IN ENUGU STATE

ABSTRACTThe journey on the path of technical education started as far back as in the 1930’s when the commission on Higher Education proposed that the premises of Yaba Higher College should be converted to a technical institute. In line with this arrangement a student was expected to spend two years in general studied department and three years in an area of specialization like the mechanical engineering craft department. Responses to questions posed by the researcher have shown that me...

AN ASSESSMENT OF METHODS OF TEACHING COMPUTER COURSES TO COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENTS IN SELECTED NIGERIAN POLYTECHNICS

ABSTRACTThe study focuses on the methods of teaching computer courses to computer science major in selected Nigeria polytechnics.It examines the background, methods of teaching, tools and equipments use in teaching computer courses to computer science major. The primary data for the study were generated from well structured question broadcasted to random samples of 70 out of 200 NDII students from federal polytechnic Nekede and Abia State Polytechnic and supported with interviews. Frequency l...


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