Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

Effects of Rational-Emotive Behavior and Systematic Desensitization Therapies on Ss1 Students’ Test Anxiety In Government Senior Secondary School, Township, Jos-Nigeria

ABSTRACT  The study examined the effects of Rational-Emotive Behaviour and Systematic Desensitization therapies on SS1 Students‟ test anxiety in Government Senior Secondary School, Township, Jos. This was motivated by the increasing incidence of mass failure of students in West African Examination Council (WAEC) and Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME). This anxious state seems to make students fear examinations and engage in malpractices. The study examined the following ...

Awareness and attitudes of nursing mothers towards childhood immunization in Gwagwalada area council

ABSTRACT This surely ilZ7 the awareness and attitudes of nursing mothers toward childhood iFl'Zon in Gwagwalada Area Council, Abuja; implications J guidance rz cr es: TI-z: her used descriptive survey research design. Seven speci, objectives and research questions were raised by the researcher. Fo hyporheses gzstudy. A sample of four hundred (400.) nursing mothers u; selec r-e ci froFr4 wards of Gwagwalada Area Council oJ peT Ahuja usi. purposive subprocedure. The instruments employed in the...

Attitudes of Science Teachers Towards Teaching of Science in Selected Secondary Schools in Federal Capital Territory

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION AND STATEMENT OF PROBLEM 1.1 BACKGROUND The Federal Capital Territory (Fen Abuja came into existence with the promulgation of Decree No. 76 of 1976, since then, education has been a top priority of the Federal Capital Territory government so that inhabitants of the FCT will measure up with the rest of the Country in Western Education. Every year a substantial part of the territory's budget goes to education with the hope of encouraging more and more students to improv...

Assessment of The Provision and Utilization of Information and Communication Technology

ABSTRACT •. This instigated the assessment of the provision and utilization of information communication technology for records management of seconds in Nigeria. The study employed a descriptive research design mlation of the study was 3335 secondary school teachers of FeT _ "j)le of the study comprised 347 teachers that were selected from a]secondary schools in FCT using stratified random sampling. The irs used for data collection was a questionnaire which contain five items on a modified...

Assessment of The National Commission for Colleges of Education Effectiveness in Regulation of Teacher Education in The North Central Zone.

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Study Education major tool for national socio-economic development and individual monic empowerment and poverty reduction (Jekayinfa, 2000). The tal system is vital because it produces the personnel that are required in various facets of the national life and the development process. The goals orientation, employment generation, poverty reduction and value \ reorientation or~ffectively pursued, attained and sustained only through an efficient", reI -functional educat...

Assessment of Teacher Empowerment Programme, Utility Assurance Policy and Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in The Federal Capital Territory

Abstract Teacher Empowerment programme Quality Assurance policy and Academic performance of Secondary School Students in the 'T. Four (4) research questions were drawn up and four (4) hypotheses were emulated to guide the study. The correlational survey research was employed. e sample size used for the study was 458 teachers selected tl"1rough a systematic sampling technique. A researcher developed questionnaire cOl-"1taining 28 structured ms on teacher empowerment, quality assurance and stud...

Assessment Of Principal's' Financial Management Practices In J.S.S. In Anambra State, Nigeria

ABSTRACT The study 3rincipals' financial management practices in Anambra State Junior Schools. Five research questions and five hypotheses were raised as gt research design adopted was a descriptive survey research design. A_ ramping technique was adopted for selecting 309 respondents’ con principals and 154 vice principals. The instrument titled Principal Financial I'v1H Questioner (PFMQ) was designed and used to collect data from these respondents. Mean, standard deviation, and t-test wa...

An Assessment of Principals' Staff Development Programmes for Effective Instructional Delivery in Kogi State Senior Secondary Schools

ABSTRACT This study assessed principals' staff development pro gramlT1es for effective instructional delivery in Kogi state secondary schools. TI'"1e study was an attempt to find out how often teachers are provided development programmes and how effective these programmes are in enhancing the teaching and learning processes. Four research questions were answered and three hypotheses tested. A review of related literature was carried out on such areas as the goals of teacher development, tren...

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This study discuss the behaviour of young learners in schools

Analysis of Private Costs of Education in Police Secondary School

A3STRACT  This study titled Analysis of Private Costs of Education on in Police Secondary Schools in Nigeria is absolutely essential for families sin plan their year budget in order to make proper planning of resources for education, it is al: important for the Nigeria police to know how much burden her personnel a bearing for education at police secondary school s _ "T'In e following nr hypotheses were formulated and tested at 0.05 level 0 f significance; there is r significant differen...

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 seventy...

Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Market Women at Takoradi Market Circle Towards Waste Management

ABSTRACT Effective management of waste has globally been a challenge, especially in most developing countries. With a rapid increase in population growth, urbanization, industrialization and change in consumers‟ pattern of living, waste generation has increased over time with limited resources of most governments to adequately manage such waste effectively. The effects are that waste are left uncollected and not properly disposed of which could breed an outbreak of diseases. The study thus ...

The Influence of Popular Music Among the Youth of Ngleshie Amanfro, Accra.

ABSTRACT Music can influence people’s culture and identities. Daily the Ghanaian youth listen to different types of music such as gospel, highlife, hip-life, jazz, reggae, hip-pop and rock. How do these diverse musical exposures affect their behavior, lifestyle and dress code? This study discussed the influence of popular music on the youth in the locality of Ngleshie Amanfro, Accra. The researcher specifically focused on gospel music, hip-life music (rap) and reggae music. The study also e...

Social Support, Psychological Wellbeing and Life Satisfaction Among Childless Women in Accra, Ghana

ABSTRACT Globally, the childless population is growing fast with 37% of women in their peak reproductive years (30-34) remaining childless. Both voluntary and involuntary childlessness can have great psychological consequences for couples who are in their childbearing years. Surprisingly, there is relatively little documentation about the lives of childless women especially in the developing world. Childless people have been conspicuously ignored in social sciences, even in very pertinent fie...

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For many years, students with special needs have been a crucial topic in general education classrooms. These children are entitled to full access to all materials and social interactions available in a regular classroom. Many schools’ ultimate goal is to construct a classroom with the fewest restrictions possible to satisfy all kids’ needs, including those with special needs. Teachers want kids with special needs in their classrooms, according to studies, but they are ill-equipped to meet...


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