Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

A Proposal Submitted to the Ministry of Education and Sports Uganda to Enhance the Use of Digitisation in Higher Institutions of Learning

Owing to numerous challenges imposed by the Covid-19 that saw educational institutions partially and others permanently close, as an educational professional offering this course, you are required to write a proposal to the Ministry of Education (any Directorate), about some courses/subjects that should be included on the syllabus to mitigate the previous and current learning experience - Depending on the level of Education. IntroductionOn March 27, 2020, Uganda reported the first ca...

TEACHERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS IMPROVISATION OF MATERIALS FOR TEACHING BASIC SCIENCE IN KUJE AREA COUNCIL

  ABSTRACTThis study examined teachers attitude towards improvisation of materials for teaching basic science in Kuje Area Council. Three research questions were formulated to guide the study.  The research design adopted for the study was a descriptive survey design.  The sample of the study constituted of 16 respondents. A questionnaire was used to gather data while table and simple percentage were used to analyze the data. Major findings revealed that teachers...

ASSESSMENT OF THE AVAILABILITY AND ADEQUACY OF AUDIO VISUAL RESOURCES IN TEACHING BIOLOGY EDUCATION IN UNIVERSITY OF ABUJA

ABSTRACTThis study assessed the availability and adequacy of audio-visual resources in teaching biology education in University of Abuja. Three research questions were formulated to guide the study. The research design adopted for the study was a descriptive survey design. The sample of the study constituted of 80 respondents. Questionnaire was used to gather data while table, mean, percentage were used to analyse the data. The study revealed that, students find a particular topic interesting...

The Assessment of the Role of N-Power in Poverty Alleviation in Niger State Using Lapai Local Government N-Power Participants

ABSTRACT This study assess the role of N-Power in poverty alleviation in Niger State using Lapai Local Government N-power participants. Three research questions were formulated to guide the study.  The study used a survey design.  The sample of the study constituted 100 N-power beneficiaries from Lapai Local Government Area. A questionnaire was used to gather data while table, percentage and t-test were used to analyze the data. Major findings revealed that slow economic growth a...

Importance of Computer Science Education in the General Social Context

Introduction   The rise of information technology or IT has profoundly affected modern society. Consequently, computers have become devices of daily use. In this paper, the  need  of  computer  science  education  will  be  reflected  on.  The  analysis will focus  on  the  current  situation  of  today’s  society, where IT and telecommunications are playing a crucial role. World Wide Web and...

The Role Of Volta Rural Water Supply And Sanitation Project In Promoting Health And Hygiene Education In The Rural Areas Of The Volta Region

ABSTRACTThe Volta Region is faced with many health hazards that are brought about by the absence of safe drinking water, sanitation facilities, and an effective health education mechanism.This study aims at finding out the contributions of the Volta Rural Water Supply and Sanitation project to the promotion of health and hygiene education in the rural areas of the region.The study found out that in the area of community health, the project has made a significant impact on the people so f...

The Inhibitors to Information Seeking Behavior of Nursing Students in General English and ESP Courses from University Instructors’ Perspective: A Case Study

Introduction: Investigating the information seeking behavior of nursing students in General  English  and  ESP  courses  is  of  great  importance  since  various  factors  may impact the students’ information seeking behavior. As such, the present study sought the inhibitors to the information seeking behavior of students of nursing in  general English and ESP courses. Methods : The  study  is  a  qualitative  research  that  adopted  a  conventional  content a...

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 &...

Effects of Marital Conflict Management Skills on Marital Stability among Literate Couples in Northern Cross River State

ABSTRACT This study was undertaken to find out the acquisition of management skills and how this stabilizes a marriage relationship in term of conflict in the home. The study was also aimed at discovering the effect of treatment on couples who attended a management skill programme and those who do not. A total of two thousand couples were selected by purposive sampling technique from ten churches in the Northern Cross River State. These couples were found to have some deficiency in mana...

An Investigation into the Effects of Varying Concentrations of Natural Pesticide on the Growth of Mustard Seeds, Granum Sinapis L

This investigation was made to examine the growth of mustard seeds in a controlled environment for a length of fourteen days. Shortly after starting a biology course an article was read, discussing 'the ways in which some insecticides are counterproductive in agriculture on a mass scale. This idea was intriguing. It was initially believed pesticides could be beneficial for plant growth and agriculture, by repelling plant eating pests and other rodents.

An Empirical Validation of Beginning Reading Skills for Nigerian Primary Schools using Three Structured Methodologies

ABSTRACT This study examined the empirical validation of beginning reading skills for Nigerian primary schools using three structured methodologies. Specifically the study was designed to find out whether there would be reading gains on the part of the pupils following the application of the three methods and their levels of effectiveness including which one would be discovered most effective following the pupils’ performance on test. The sample was made up of two hundred and seve...

Collaborative Climate and Knowledge Sharing among ESP Teachers: A Mixed Method Study

Research on teacher collaboration emphasizes the key role of collaborative culture for teachers’ functioning;  however,  there  is  little  empirical  evidence  to  investigate  its  relationship  with knowledge  sharing  among  university  ESP  teachers.  In  the  present  study,  the  relationship between EFL teachers’ collaborative climate and knowledge sharing w...

From Knowledge Sharing to Reflective Thinking: Using Focus Group to Promote EFL Teachers’ Reflectivity

AbstractEducational research literature has underscored the key role of collaboration and interaction among teachers. As such, the present study, as its main objective, sought whether knowledge sharing in a reflective focus group improved English as a foreign language (EFL) student teachers’ reflective practice. In addition, it explored the benefits and challenges to knowledge sharing in a reflective focus group. To this end, a survey of reflective practice, and a semi-structured intervi...

Graphic Communications in Print and Electronic Media in Ghana

AbstractThe concept of Graphic Communication is characterized by the technology that is infused with information and communication technology which cover any product that stores, retrieves, manipulates, transmits or receive information that helps in disseminating knowledge through graphic device visuals. With structured and semi-structured interview guides the researcher examined the impact of Graphic Communications in the print and electronic media in Ghana. The scope of the study ...

Digitalization of Demonstration Method of Teaching and Effective Vocational Skills Delivery in Ghana Tertiary Institutions

AbstractThe purpose of this study was to investigate the difficulties tutors face when using the traditional demonstration method of teaching for vocational skills delivery especially in large class sizes. The study also aimed to modernise the demonstration method for effective vocational skills delivery in Ghana tertiary institutions. The study employed Solomon four quasi-experimental research design. The study targeted tutors and students offering textiles related (fabric and leather decora...


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