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impact of information communication technology (ict) on secondary school education

(ANAMBRA STATE (WITH A PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OGBARU LGA.))

The study investigates the impact of ICT on Anambra secondary schools. Information communication technology (ICT) has no doubt changed the face of teaching and learning globally. The study observed that, though Anambra is also making efforts to join the ICT fray, these efforts appear to be ineffective. Anambra still experience a lag in its implemen... Continue Reading

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social factors affecting effective teaching and learning of commerce/ marketing in senior secondary schools

One of the factors that has great effect on teaching and learning is social factors, such as background, environment. Therefore, there is need to research the social factors that affect effective teaching and learning of Commerce/ marketing in senior secondary schools in Abuja. And find a way to deal with them. Continue Reading

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short messaging services (sms) and english language usage in selected secondary schools

The advent of the technology called Global System of Mobile Communication (GSM) has brought in a paradigm shift from the conventional English Language Writing, to what researchers now call SMS system of communication. This has been observed in many places as well as Nigeria. English language being an official language in Nigeria and fast becoming a... Continue Reading

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analysis of principals" managerial competencies for effective management of school resources in secondary schools

This study analyses principals’ managerial competencies for effective management of school resources in secondary schools in Anambra State. The study adopted a descriptive survey design. A 24 items researcher developed instrument titled “Principals’ Managerial Competencies for Effective Management of School Resources Questionnaire (PMCEMSRQ)... Continue Reading

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assessment of teaching method in junior secondary schools

This study focused on the Assessment of Teaching Method in Junior Secondary Schools in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State. The findings from various JSS technical education have shown that series of JSS students poor performances both internal and external examinations. Continue Reading

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comparative effect of co-operative learning strategy and inquiry based method in the learning of chemistry among secondary schools in nigeria

Science may be viewed as a way of questioning or verifying the truthfulness of knowledge. It also can be said to be the knowledge which is obtained through careful and systematic observation and testing of facts. Continue Reading

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influence of family background on the cognitive development of pre-primary school pupils

From the beginning, parents have been the major persons involved in raising children in every society. That is why the family is recognized as an important agent of socialization. Adekeyi, A. (2002) observes that it is mainly through their efforts and abilities that children are socialized to become productive citizens. So, wherever parents poss... Continue Reading

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influence of monitoring and evaluation by principals on effective teaching and learning in public secondary schools

The purpose of the study was to investigate the influence of monitoring and evaluation on effective teaching and learning in secondary schools in Akwa Ibom state. This study was guided by the following objectives; Continue Reading

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a survey of instructional materials in use in the teaching of social studies in secondary schools

The primary purpose of education is to bring about desirable change in behavior through acquisition of skills, attitudes, competencies, critical and creative thinking. Teaching is a complex and demanding task that requires highly specialized skills, knowledge and instructional materials to impact significantly on student learning. Continue Reading

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causes and effects of broken homes on the academic performance of secondary school students

The study is to examine the problems associated with broken homes and how it affects the education of children from such homes, it is hoped and believed that this study will enlighten teachers of the problems children from broken homes have to contend with,with a view to helping them adjust properly to learning situation. The study is equally ai... Continue Reading

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limits to confidentiality in guidance and counseling school variables and student"s performances in chemistry

Science is generally used to explain, predict and control the physical world. Science therefore as a discipline (especially the basics) is essential to man if he must understand his environment and harness the principles embedded in nature for his development. This fact inspires Ugochiwu (1999) to observe that science education has been accorded a ... Continue Reading

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university education policy in the fight against corruption and the economic development in nigeria

The purpose of this study was to determine the extent the university education policy could justify the fight against corruption for sustainable development of Nigeria. This study was designed to provide baseline information for re-engineering university policy-plan in solving the problem of corruption in order to achieve system efficiency and econ... Continue Reading

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the influence of nursery education on pupils" achievement in english language in primary school

Education is the most important instrument of change; any fundamental change in the intellectual and social outlook of any society has to be preceded by an educational revolution (Federal Republic of Nigeria, 2004). It is widely contended that there has been an abysmal fall in the standard of education in recent times. Many people have faulted the... Continue Reading

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effect of laboratory classes on motivation and level of achievement in physics in nigerian secondary school

This research study was intended to answer a number of basic questions within the given intent of evaluating the effectiveness of lectures with laboratory classes versus lectures alone in teaching higher hierarchies of physics to two sets of randomly sampled student groups, respectively, in Nigerian secondary schools Continue Reading

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effect of cultism among student"s of tertiary institutions

This study will provide a perspectives on cultism in Nigeria tertiary institutions and how to deal with its associated problems. It will also attempt to provide some right into the organization student secret cults suggest concrete way to deal with the violence associated with them, moreso, the research will suggest steps to be taken to ensure a pe... Continue Reading

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