Research Papers/Topics in Teacher Education

An Empirical Investigation into Some Selected Factors Influencing Secondary School Teachers' Effectiveness in Ondo South, Nigeria

AbstractThe study is   an   empirical investigation into some   selected  factors influencing teachers’ effectiveness in secondary schools in Ondo South senatorial district of Ondo   state.   Fifty   (50)   teachers   were   randomly   selected,   a   self-designed questionnaire items was used as instrument for data collection. The frequency count and simple percentage were adopted for the analysis of the data collected from t...

Teachers' Job Performance as Predictors of Secondary School Effectiveness in Ondo State, Nigeria

AbstractThe study investigated teachers’ job performance as predictors of secondary school effectiveness in Ondo State. The study covered five selected secondary schools in Ondo South Senatorial District of Ondo State.  A descriptive survey was adopted for the study.  The target population consists of teachers in all secondary schools in Ondo state. The sample for the study consists of 50   teachers   from   Ondo   South   Senatorial   District  ...

A Concise Overview of Teacher Education in Nigeria and the Way Forward

AbstractThe paper explored the historical development of teacher education in Nigeria from a brief butcomprehensive perspective. Specifically, the paper looked at the establishment of academic institutions for the training and production of teachers in Nigeria, the general curriculum content of early teacher-training   institutions in Nigeria; and the development of National Teacher Education Policy (NTEP). The challenges facing  teacher education such as recruitment and training, o...

Enhancing The Conceptual Understanding In Teaching English Through Reciprocal Teaching Method At Primary Level

  The Reciprocal teaching method describes the process of reading as an interactive one, in which readers interact with the text as their prior experience is activated, using prior experience as a guide, readers learn new information, main ideas and arguments. the main objectives of this study is to explore the conceptual understanding of the teacher in using reciprocal strategies in teaching English reading, and to apply reciprocal strategies which are helpful to develop concep...

The Effect Of Print Rich Environment On The Development Of Students Skills At Primary Level

This study's goal at consider the effect of print rich environment on developing student’s skills in primary level and also compare the traditional environment. This study focused on print rich environment, learning effect on students' performances, the qualitative approach is used in Sindhi section PC school attached to GECEW Hyderabad, in this study's objective were identifying the how much printed environment effect in the classroom, a second objective in this study the importance...

The effect of Print rich environment on the development of students skills at Primary Level

This study's goal at consider the effect of print rich environment on developing student’s skills in primary level and also compare the traditional environment. This study focused on print rich environment, learning effect on students' performances, the qualitative approach is  used in Sindhi section PC school attached to GECEW Hyderabad, in this study's objective were identifying the how much printed environment effect in the classroom, a second objective in this study the   import...

Rethinking Teacher Quality and Student Academic Success in Secondary Schools in Uyo Senatorial District, Akwa Ibom State

Teacher quality is observed as a dominant factor in determining student academic success by looking at their intermediate outcomes. The study examined the difference in student academic success based on teacher quality in Uyo Senatorial District public secondary schools, Akwa Ibom State. One research question and one hypothesis guided the study. Ex-post factor survey design was used in carrying out this study. The population of the study consisted of all Senior Secondary Two (S...

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...

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