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effect of school environmental factors on teaching and learning of economics in secondary schools

This study examines the influence of environmental factors on teaching learning process of economics in secondary schools. Primary method of data collection was used. One way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and cross tab Chi Square was used to analyse the data. Findings from the study revealed that the environmental factors examined in this study have... Continue Reading


predisposing factors towards the organization of youths sports programme in selected private secondary schools

The purpose of this study is to investigate the predisposing factors towards the organisation of Youths Sports Programme in Surulere Local Government Area of Lagos State. A total of Two hundred (200) samples of the population from selected Private Secondary Schools in Surulere Local Government Area of Lagos State using stratified random sampling te... Continue Reading


the effects of projector mediated and demonstration methods on students" academic performance in basic electronics in technical colleges

In the twentieth century Nigeria with her abundant human and Natural resources has not been able to achieve much technologically. Aina (2004) opined that the inability to achieve much at this period is not unconnected with history since we attained independence; policies and strategies of the various levels of government have not been far reaching ... Continue Reading


predictive validity of utme scores on academic achievements of fresh undergraduate students in chemistry

The qualities are validity, reliability, usability, objectivity and interpretability. Other qualities are difficulty, discrimination and distracter indices which are established through item analysis. Test Validity refers to the extent to which a test measures what it is intended to measure (Anikweze 2005). Continue Reading


factors militating against students commitment to the study of history

This problems and issues have consequently militated against the commitment of undergraduate students studying history. This study drawing on a sample size of 160 undergraduate students in the department of educational foundations and department of history in the university of Benin, examined “factors militating against students commitment to the... Continue Reading


effect of inquiry teaching method on students" achievement

Since there are numerous factors that aided the poor academic performance of the students’ in mathematics both at the junior and secondary school levels in internal and external examinations year by year. Table 2 below gives the performance of the student below 50% as given by the WAEC chief examiner reports of 2007-2014. Apart from the fact that... Continue Reading


adult education programmes as a strategy for poverty alleviation

This study was aimed at investigating poverty alleviation strategies through the use of adult education programmes in Ughelli North L.G.A. of Delta State. In this regard, the study sought to find out if adult education poverty alleviation programmes have impacted positively on the community dwellers. The population of the study is the youths and ad... Continue Reading


a study of the impact of instructional materials in the teaching and learning of chemistry

The aim of this study is to trace the history and development of Lagooz College, Orile Agege, Lagos State from 2005 to 2011, in order to justify its existence since its establishment in 2005. Continue Reading


the impact of christian religious studies on the morals development of pupils

Christian religious is widely regarded as one of the most important subject in Nigeria today; it is evident that the study of Christian religious studies plays a significant role in the morals development of pupils in most of the Nigeria societies. The subject gains its root into Nigeria education system through the European Missionaries who introd... Continue Reading


causes and effects of truancy on primary school pupils academic performance in mathematics

The high rate of truancy in town calls for attention. It could generate to pupils not performing very well academically. It could also lead to various forms of criminal, damage, robbery with violence and abusive conduct etc. Continue Reading


strategies for effective implementation of the senior basic education

The study investigated the Strategies for Effective Implementation of Senior Basic Education (UBE) in Nsukka Education zone of Enugu state, Nigeria. The main purpose of the study was to investigate the strategies for effective implementation of the Basic Education (UBE) in Nsukka Education zone of Enugu state. Four research questions and two null h... Continue Reading


the impact of information and community technology (ict) on teaching and learning of physics

This study investigated the impact of information and communication technology on teaching and learning of physics. The respondents used for the study were one hundred and fifty-seven (157) physics students and two (2) physics teachers drawn randomly from two senior secondary schools from each of the five educational districts out of the six educat... Continue Reading


effects of instructional materials on performance of social studies students in junior secondary schools in kaduna north and south lga of kaduna state

This study is entitled: Effects of Instructional Materials on Performance of Social Studies Students in Junior Secondary Schools in Kaduna North and South L.G.A of Kaduna State The study was guided two research questions and two hypotheses were formulated and tested at 0.05 significance level. Quasi-experimental research design was adopted in ... Continue Reading


effects of inquiry method on academic performance of chemistry students


The study examined the effects of guided Inquiry method on academic performance of chemistry students in selected senior secondary schools in Kaduna state. The study used a quasi-experimental research design.A sample of 120 senior secondary 11 (SS2) chemistry students were selected by random sampling from 2 urban and 2 rural schools which comprised... Continue Reading


the role of social media on electoral education in nigeria

Social media has been a major force in technology. Its impacts and use has exceeded the conventional purpose to the unimaginable future. Continue Reading


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