Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

WORK ETHICS AND ATTITUDES OF CHRISTIAN CIVIL SERVANTS IN SELECTED SECONARY SCHOOLS IN BENUE NORTH OF BENUE STATE

AbstractThe standard of education in Nigeria is rapidly depreciating or falling and these can be traced to poor and lackadaisical attitude of supervisors of student-teachers. Also, the issue of work ethics and attitudes of civil servants especially teachers in Benue state remains the major challenges confronting the State. It can be observed that rules and regulations are no longer observed in the civil and public service probably because of lack of proper motivations on the part o...

THE EFFECTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN GBOKO TOWN OF BENUE STATE

ABSTRACTThe main aim of the study is to find out the effects of domestic violence on students academic performance in tertiary institutions. The case study was is selected tertiary institutions in Gboko town of Benue State. The study is divided into five chapters. Chapter one entails the background of the study which has grounded out the negative effects of domestic violence generally in our society as a summary. The statement of the problem clearly states the research gap that is ...

THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF LEO FROBENIUS TO DISCOVERY OF YORUBA ARTS

TABLE OF CONTENTSPage Title .....................................................................................................................................................iDedication ........................................................................................................................................iiRecognition ...............................................................................................................................................iiiContents ......

Quality Control Measures and Student Output in University of Uyo and University of Calabar

The study examines the nature of relationship between quality control measures and student output in University of Uyo and University of Calabar. Two research questions and two hypotheses guided the study. The correlational research design was used for the study. The population comprised 2,967 teaching staff and 11,635 students from University of Uyo and University of Calabar. Simple random sampling technique was used to select 642 teaching staff and 1,232 studen...

AN ASSESSMENT OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION IN FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ABUJA NIGERIA

Abstract The research work is carried out on an assessment of senior secondary schools mathematics curriculum implementation in Federal Capital Territory Abuja. Research design used for this study was descriptive survey. Population of the study comprised of 917 mathematics teachers which include supervisors from inspectorate, out of which 270 mathematics teachers and 30 inspectors totalling 300 respondents were randomly selected for this study. Data collected were analyzed using ...

Mustapha Bura CAAFAGs Risk Assessment in Damboa

An assessment of Risk Among CAAFAGS was conducted in Damboa LGA Borno to assess the Risk among the Children

Assessment of students performances in mathematics in some selected secondary schools in Sokoto North LGA in Sokoto State between 2013 to 2018.

 Abstract This project is a research work which set out to assess students’ performances in mathematics  in  some  selected  secondary  schools  in  Sokoto  North  local government area of Sokoto State from 2013 to 2018. In order to achieve this, two  main  objectives  were  pursued  -  to  ascertain  students  performances  in mathematics  in  some  selected  seconda...

The Basic Financial Accounting Knowledge: A Panacea for Successful Entrepreneurship Study, among Postgraduate Students in the University of Ibadan

Entrepreneurship education has the edict to furnish the youth with useful and practical knowledge, Skills (Guatam and Singh, 2015) and focusing on potentials (financial skill, business knowledge, career exploration, community awareness, good relationship and education) that will increase business and entrepreneurial potentials in other to shape up their disposition, philosophy and perception. The financial skill is what the majority of the current students is lacking due to educational backgr...

EFFECT OF CLASS SIZE ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SENIOR PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN GWAGWALADA AREA COUNCIL, FCT, ABUJA.

ABSTRACTThis research was carried out to investigate the effect of class-size on students’ academic performance in senior public secondary schools in Gwagwalada area council, FCT, Abuja. The research methodology used for this research is the descriptive survey research design. The data collected from the questionnaire was analyzed based on the research questions of the study with explanations following immediately. It was discovered that large class-size leads to poor performance of the stu...

THE CHALLENGES AND PROSPECT OF FREE, FAIR AND CREDIBLE ELECTION IN NIGERIA. A THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

The study was to assess the challenges and prospect of free, fair and credible election in Nigerian context, last time the country conducted an election for contestants into various elective posts in 2015. The 2011 general elections characterize with violence before, during and after the election. The violence that took place especially after the presidential election was unique in the history of the Nigerian politics. The paper aims to consider the challenges of elections and identifie...

THE IMPACT OF ICT IN THE CONDUCT OF ELECTIONS IN NIGERIA

There is no gainsaying that technology has drastically reduced incidences of electoral malpractices such as: ballot stuffing, result sheet mutilation, manipulations, over voting, alteration of result sheets and hijacking of ballot boxes in the history of Nigeria elections. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has employed a number of innovative approaches to improve the management and conduct of elections in the country. As years pass by, INEC gets more sophisticated w...

COUNTERING THREAT NETWORKS IN NIGERIA’S GEOPOLITICAL SPHERE: the Libyan vacuum, and cultural intelligence as a panacea

   Abstract In this article I write that Libya vacuum, created by the instability of the Libyan state serves as safe haven for threat network in the Maghreb down to the Sahel, and that it geopolitical importance has meant that such instability can be identified as the major causes of humanitarian crisis in Europe as regard the high level of illegal migrant movement to Europe through the Mediterranean Sea. Thus West African region are now having it fair share of the Libyan crisis, which has...

EFFECTS OF AVAILABILITY AND USE OF LABORATORIES ON STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE SUBJECTS IN COMMUNITY SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KINONDONI

ABSTRACTThis study was designed to examine effects of availability and use of laboratories on students’ performance in science subjects in community secondary schools. The study was conducted in six community secondary schools in Kinondoni municipality. The study examined the availability of laboratories, examine the use of laboratories, and assess the availability of science teachers, and science teachers ’perceptions how laboratories availability influence students’ performance ...

EFFECT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AIDS OF MATHEMATICS ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS

The study is designed to find out the impact and extent of Psychological Aids of Mathematics and its application in the performance of students in Mathematics in Senior Secondary Schools in Lagos State and in Nigeria at large. Psychological Aids of Mathematics (PAM) is the fostering of positive attitude and the propelling force to maintain a grittier tendency for achievement. It can also be defined as the ability or act of grit in propelling motivation and positive attitude in an i...


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