Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

Influence of mother tongue in Learning Biology

Education is crucial to the development of any profession. The need to produce teachers capable of functioning as quality practitioners in the school system is irreplaceable. The necessity becoming more obvious with increasing cost of education, increasing inflation and economic crises in both developed and developing countries. Similarly, Sophisticated advances in technology, increasing awareness in the populace and the overall increase in available knowledge through the internet have also i...

NIGERIA MY COUNTRY

NIGERIA MY COUNTRY BY UNDISPUTED MINER.

Exercise participation on the improvement of lifestyle

How exercise help in body building and also in the promoting of lifestyle 

EDUCATION, ECONOMY AND UNEMPLOYMENT IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA

This article focuses on one of the challenges that the Nigeria economy has to contend with presently which is the enamours number of Nigerians who are qualified educational and wish to work but unfortunately are unable to find any meaningful employment if not at all for themselves. This and many more are at the centre of my exploration, its implication and its concomitant dilemma in contemporary Nigeria life  

HARDWORK AND SMART WORK

The goal of every student is to have good grades in their course work or subjects. No student ever wants to labor in vain. Every student always wants to achieve the best in their academic work. Besides, what is the essence of going to school without achieving good grades in one’s subject or course? So, we see the labor, the denials, the discipline, and the dedication to achieving greatness demonstrated by most students in school. Our world has suffered cases of many who have suffered psyc...

PRESERVICE MATHEMTICS TEACHERS SELF EFFICACY AND MATHEMATICS ANXIETY AS PREDICTORS OF UNDERGRADUTATE CALCULUS.

ABSTRACTThe study  investigated pre-service teachers’ self-efficacy and mathematics anxiety as predictors of achievement in undergraduate calculus in University of Lagos using expo-facto type within the blueprint of descriptive survey design.Data collected were analyzed using the percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent sample t-test, principal component factor analysis, Pearson moment correlation and multiple regression analysis.Findings revealed that pre-service teachers’ ...

The effect of broken homes on the academics performance of students

CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION Home is the primary institution for children, home as perceived by Abdul -ganiyu (1997), Christie (2009), defined home as a place in which an individual or a family can rest and store personal property. Haven’t define the concept of home it is therefore important to define family. The family can therefore, be looked at as a social group characterized by common resident, economic, cooperation and production. When a child is born, the family is the fir...

Changing perceptions

I have tried to highlight the difference between the way we see ourselves and the way we want to be seen. 

INVESTIGATION INTO THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN TEACHING METHODS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA.

ABSTRACTThis research investigated the relationship between teaching methods and pupil’s academic performance in public primary schools in Oshimili South Local Government Area Asaba, Delta state. Four research questions guided the study. This study employed descriptive survey research. The population of the study was 371 primary school teachers, while the sample size of 120 teachers was used for the study. Questionnaire was the instrument used for data collection. Data collected was analyz...

Physical Exercice as a tool for balance and longevity among Elderly people of Mushin Local Government area Lagos State.

      This study looked into the use of physical exercise as a tool for balance and longevity among the elderly people of Mushin Local Government area of Lagos state. The study review provides information on the meaning  and benefits of exercise, chronological aging and life expectancy and the variables include the beneficial effects of recreation, relaxation, rest and sleep, physical activity, diet and medical check-up. Three hundred elderly people were selected in different four...

Students’ Achievement and Low Enrolment in Physics: The Place of Physics Teachers and other Necessary Resources

The study investigated the influence of physics teachers and other necessary resources on students’ achievement and enrollment in senior secondary school Physics. The research design adopted for the study was meta-analysis. This involved collecting, aggregating and combining the results of comparable studies into a coherent account to establish the relationship between variables in the study. Four research questions were answered and findings revealed that there is inadequate number ...

The Relevance Of Mother Tongue In The Achievement Of Constructivist Science Classroom Environment At The Primary Education Level In Nigeria

This paper aims at discussing the relevance of mother tongue in achieving a constructivists’ classroom environment at the Primary education level in Nigeria. Philosophical research methodology was employed in this study. The study reveals that the relevance of mother tongue as a medium for instruction includes increase access to instruction and equity, improve learning outcome, socio-cultural benefits such as sustainability of acceptable social values and norms, lower costs of education and...

LOCUS OF CONTROL, STUDY HABITS AND GENDER AS PREDICTORS OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS ATTITUDE TO PHYSICS IN IBADAN METROPOLIS

The study investigated the relationship between Locus of Control, Study Habits, Gender, and Attitude of senior secondary schools physics students in Ibadan metropolis. The study focused on the extent to which Locus of Control, Study Habit and Gender predicted senior secondary schools students Attitude to physics in Ibadan metropolis. The study adopted the descriptive survey research design of the correlational type. The population for the study comprised all senior secondary school 3 (SS3) Ph...

HOW TO START A CASSAVA FARM

Cassava is notoriously known to be a major source of carbohydrate. Known by its scientific name as manihot esculenta, this woody shrub has edible roots that can be eaten when properly processed. Historically speaking, Cassava has been said to have originated from North America and was first introduced into Africa in the Congo basin. It is mostly grown around tropical areas and widely eaten in developing countries. 

ROLES AND CHALLENGES OF INTEGRATED SCIENCE

The paper examined critically the roles of integrated science teachers in the society with poor infrastructures like Nigeria and challenges faced by those teachers in the teaching of integrated science and the way forward


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