Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

Total Communication And Teaching Learners With Hearing Impairment In Kirinyaga District, Kenya

ABSTRACTThe main purpose of this study was to investigate on the impact of teachinglearners with hearing impairment using Total Communication Method.The researcher used data collected from teachers of Kerugoya School for theHearing Impaired in Kirinyaga District in the month of March 2009.The study was to investigate on the effects of Total Communication, benefits ofTotal Communication and challenges faced while teaching using TotalCommunication. The results were analysed, using tables...

Effects Of Alcoholism On The Spread Of Hiv/Aids Among Youth In Makindye Division

ABSTRACTThe purpose of the study was to exa~nine the effects of alcoholism on the spread ofHIV/AIDS among youth in Makindye Division. The study had three specific objectives,which included) to examine how HIV/AIDS is spread among youths of MakindyeDivision and iii) to examine how HIV/AIDS among youths of ~tiua~t~izJd Division. Thestudy employed a descriptive correlation design that used both qualitative andquantitative methods of data collection. The findings indicated that most respond...

Challenges Facing Learners With Visual Impairment An Inclusive Setting In Navakholo Division, Kakamega District, - Kenya.

ABSTRACTThis study was aimed at investigating challenges facing visually impaired learners in aninclusive setting.To collect required information on the set objectives, the researcher used the survey strategywhich employed questionnaires. This instrument was used because it was found to be cheap andcould easily reach many respondents in different areas of the study area.The researcher’s target population was all primary teachers in inclusive schools especially thosewho were in touch wi...

Teachers' Motivation And Academic Performance Of Primary School Pupils In Amu Zone, Lamu West District, Kenya

ABSTRACTThis study was intended to assess the relationship between teachers' motivation andacademic performance of pupils in primary schools in Amu zone and suggest possiblesolutions to curb the problem. All secondary sources were revisited which in this caseincluded magazines, journals and text books which contained data related to the problem.A descriptive design was adopted for this study and questionnaires served as the main instruments of the study. Data collected was sorted, ...

Learning Resources And Academic Performance In Kiswahili In Selected Secondary Schools In Mutonguni Division Kitui Districtkenya

ABSTRACTThis study sought to find out the impact of learning resources onperformance of students in Kiswahili subject in Mutonguni division.The study was guided by research objectives, identifying the relationshipbetween learning resources and academic performance, attitude ofteachers, investigating the characteristics of classroom environment andquality of teachers.The study was expected to be significant to the future researchers, teachersand also parents.The study reviewed literature...

Causes Of Drop Outs Of Pupils In Selected Primary Schools In Kabarnet Division A Study On Causes Of School Drop Outs In Kabarnet Division Baringo Kenya

ABSTRACTThe study was a descriptive, cross sectional design aimed at determining the causes ofschool drop outs in selected primary schools in Kabarnet Division, Baringo District-Kenya.My objectives were:1.1 To determine the profile of the respondents in terms of:a) Ageb) Gender2.0 To determine the causes of school drop-out in terms of:2.1 Poverty2.2 Early Marriage2.3 Cultural factors2.4 Teachers attitude2.5 Poor Performance3.0 The possible solutions to the problem.The exercise was conduct...

Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (Aids) And Performance Of Pupils/Students In Busia District, Kenya

ABSTRACTAcquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) remains a majorhealth challenge world over. In this research, I tried to uncover itseffects on performance in schools. It was found that its damage requires special efforts to address.’ihira” was an illness that closely resembled AIDS. Its cause was “immoral conduct”. The cure for “ihira” was a concotion of herbs called “amanyasi”. Could the cure for AIDS lie in “Amanyasi?”.In chapter one I deal wi...

Challenges Encountered By Teachers In Management Of Children With Emotional & Behaviour Disorder In Mumias Central Zone Mumias District - Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTTitlepage.Table of contents iiDeclaration ivDedication VAcknowledgement viCHAPTER ONE1.0 Introduction 11.1 Statement of the problem 21.2 Purpose of the Study 31.3 Objective of the Study 31.4 Research questions 31.5 Significance of the Study 41.6 Limitation of the Study 41.7 Scope of the Study 41.8 Defmitions of Terms 5CHAPTER TWO2.0 LiteratureIntroduction 6Identification of Children with Emotion problems 6Classification 7Causes of Emotional & Behaviour 8Effects of Emotional an...

Learner's Behavioral Characteristics As Correlates To Their Academic Performance. A .Case Of Selected Primary Schools Located In Marmanet Zone, Nyahururu District In Kenya

ABSTRACTThis descriptive and quantitative study was conducted in Marmanet zone,Nyahuru district, to investigate the prevalence of and the problems which thechilden suffering from behavioral disorders were facing at school. The variablesmeasured include; the existence of such pupils in inclusive schools, thechallenges which they face and the problems they cause to other pupils as wellas their teachers, and how the schools have intervened for them. The studyutilized a semi-structured ques...

The Influence Of Cultural Diversity On Moral Behaviour Of Students At Kampala International University, Kampala District, Uganda

ABSTRACTThis study entitled "The Influence of Cultural Diversity on Moral Behaviour of Students" isaimed at examining whether cultural diversity of students influence their moral behaviours .Itwas guided by the objectives which included examining the sources of moral education toindividuals (Students of KIU), to explain the influence of family and culture on theindividuals' behaviours particularly university students, and to analyze the perceptions ofdifferent students on their behaviour...

Attitudes Of Regular Teachers Towards Inclusion Of Learners With Special Needs; A Case Study Of Sda Segero Primary School, Eldoret West District Kenya.

TABLE OF CONTENTSTITLE PAGE ................................................................................................ .iDECLARATION ................................................................................................ iiAPPROVAL ..................................................................................................... iiiTABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................... ivDEFINITIONS OF TERMS ......................

Attitudes Of Regular Teachers Towards Inclusion Of Learners With Special Needs; A Case Study Of Sda Segero Primary School, Eldoret West District Kenya

TABLE OF CONTENTSTITLE PAGE ................................................................................................ .iDECLARATION ................................................................................................ iiAPPROVAL ..................................................................................................... iiiTABLE OF CONTENTS .................................................................................... ivDEFINITIONS OF TERMS ......................

Environmental Factors And Academic Performance Of Girls In Science Subjects On Shanderema Secondary School In Kakamega South District, Kenya

ABSTRACTFor long time, the academic performance of girls in science subjects in Shanderema Secondary School has been poor. There are very few girls whose names appear on hounors roll in the principal’s office. The number of girls pursuing science-related courses in institutions of higher learning has remained low. As a result, there are very few women professionals in science- related field, graduates of Shanderema.The researcher has investigated the various environ...

Effects Of Population Increase On The Social And Economic Development; A Case Study Of Nansana Town Council Wakiso District

ABSTRACTThis study examined the "effects of population increase on the social andeconomic development: a case study of Nansana Town Council WakisoDistrict" specific objectives were used to investigate the effects and to establish theremedies to the problems.The study was qualitative and quantitative. Data were collected using interview andobservation techniques in all over 50 respondents .observations were done bylooking at family size, housing standards ofliving, health facilities and ...


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