Department of Education | Final Year Project Topics
AVAILABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY AND USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ...
» The study was about availability, accessibility and use if ICT in management of students‟ academic affairs in Makerere University. This emerged because of the problem that there was mismanagement of students‟ academic records despite the technological advancement that had advanced in the University. Such problems include loss of marks, miscalculation of marks to mention but a few. The ...Continue Reading »
89 pages | 182 engagements |
EFFECT OF USE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON LEARNER PARTICIPATION IN SCIENCE CLA...
» CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION This chapter begins with the introduction of the background of the study, followedby statement of the problem, purpose of the study, objectives and concludes withdefinition of terms.1.1 Background of the StudyParticipation involves working with a partner, or in a small group, andbrainstorming in order to create a stimulating learning environment Cooke (2001).Participat...Continue Reading »
68 pages | 226 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENTS' PERCEPTION OF SOCIAL STUDIES AND...
» ABSTRACTThe objective of this study was to find out the relationship between students’perception of Social Studies and their academic performance in the subjectin Colleges of Education in Kaduna State. The respondents of the studycomprised NCE 2 and NCE 3 students of Social Studies at the FederalCollege of Education in Zaria and the Kaduna State College of Education inGidan Waya. The data for...Continue Reading »
105 pages | 176 engagements |
TEACHER PERCEPTIONS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT ...
» Teacher perceptions of the National Continuous Assessment Programme in a primary school in the St. George East Education District in Trinidad and Tobago.The study sought to report the views of primary school teachers as implementers of an innovative National Continuous Assessment Programme, a reform initiated by the Ministry of Education. A qualitative case study was employed to explore the fol...Continue Reading »
77 pages | 194 engagements |
THE EFFECT OF SEX EDUCATION ON ADOLESCENTS’ SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG SENIOR SECO...
» The study investigated on the effect of sex education on adolescents’ sexual behaviour among senior secondary school students in Ijebu North Local government, Ogun state. The study utilizes a descriptive survey design. The sample population consists of sixty students randomly drawn from six senior secondary schools, in Ijebu North local government. The instruments used to elicit information f...Continue Reading »
68 pages | 221 engagements |
A STUDY ON THE COMPETENCY OF PHYSICS STUDENTS IN THE USE OF INFORMATION COMMUNIC...
» (A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF BENIN) ABSTRACT This research was undertaken to determined Physics Students’ competency in the use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at the University of Benin. In carrying out this study the research data was obtained from two faculties of the University: Science and Education. The sample was selected using twenty items questionnaires for sectio...Continue Reading »
67 pages | 173 engagements |
A STUDY INTO THE NEGATIVE INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON CHILD EDUCATION
» 2.1 INTRODUCTIONThe years before a child reaches kindergarten are among the most critical in his or her life to Influence learning (ED.gov, 2010); and this becomes a challenge and commitments to the parents, teachers, community and government, to ensure that these young children receive appropriate training in their early stages of life. Early childhood education programmes are highly recognize...Continue Reading »
75 pages | 142 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF CLASSROOM PRACTICES ON SECODARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN OYO STATE
» ABSTRACT This study investigated the classroom climate practices in public and private secondary schools in Ibadan West Local Government Area of Oyo State. There are 17 public secondary secondary schools and 33 private secondary schools in Ibadan West Local Government Area, 7 out of the 17 public secondary schools and 13 out of the 33 private secondary schools were selected through syst...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 133 engagements |
NON-RECEPTION OF ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE IN ADULTS
» NON RECEPTION OF ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE IN ADULTS CHAPTER ONE GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1.0 INTRODUCTION Learning a second language for an adult is a demanding task but attainable. This research is meant to expose those reasons why adults find it difficult to learn a second language. Very few of a vast number of people who have difficulty in acquiring a second language know the reasons behind th...Continue Reading »
73 pages | 456 engagements |
GENDER ISSUES IN AKACHI ADIMORA EZEIGBO’S TRAFFICKED AND ZAYNAB ALKALI’S THE...
» CHAPTER ONE:INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Gender is a concept used in social sciences analysis to look at roles and activities of men and women. The focus of gender issues is not on biological differences between men and women but rather on their experiences as member of the society. A common assumption is that gender issues is the issue affecting women,...Continue Reading »
50 pages | 358 engagements |
CAUSES AND EFFECT OF ALCOHOLISM AMONG YOUTHS
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 INTRODUCTION The oxford advanced Dictionary (7th edition) describe the term alcoholism as “the medical condition caused by drinking too much alcohol regularly”. While, the encyclopedia Encarta (2006) describes the term alcoholism as “the consumption of either spirits wine, bee and malt to such an extent that it affects the social or work related functioning of an...Continue Reading »
45 pages | 744 engagements |
THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT , PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS IN PRI...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Prior to the introduction of western education in Nigeria, education was mostly informal closely linked to this oral and informal approach was a system of assessment which was based on careful observation. However, with the arrival of western education in Nigeria, two methods of assessments namely: internal and exter...Continue Reading »
58 pages | 592 engagements |
THE TEACHING OF INTEGRATED SCIENCE (ITS) IN THE PRIMARY SCHOOLS, PROBLEMS AND PR...
» (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN IGABI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE) CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The science curriculum at any time and place is determined by the existing theories and ideas about the nature of science. Because such theories and ideas have varied from place to place and from time to time, even for the...Continue Reading »
52 pages | 506 engagements |
THE ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT
» (A Study of Rimi College, Kaduna) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Classroom Management is about creation of positive learning environments. But the concept of positive learning environment is both broad and vague. Despite educator’s concerns with the nature of classroom learning environments, few recent studies have investigated either teachers’ knowledge or pr...Continue Reading »
54 pages | 671 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF PUBLIC LIBRARY SERVICES TO THE PEOPLE OF KADUNA STATE
» [A CASE STUDY OF KADUNA STATE LIBRARY BOARD, KADUNA] CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study The Chambers Universal Learners Dictionary define a library as a building or room containing a collection of books or some other collection, for example, gramophone records. Shair (1963) also defines a library as an organization of one or more trained people who ...Continue Reading »
58 pages | 468 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING SERVICES IN SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOO...
» IN DOKA AREA CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Formal guidance began in Nigeria towards the end of 1959. Guidance and counseling service was introduced in kaduna state in 1983 following the directives from the federal ministry of education quoted in the new national policy on education. The primary objective of guidance and counseling in the secondary school is to assist s...Continue Reading »
59 pages | 652 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE PLANNING ON TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESS
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study Planning in the context of education entails the process of setting objectives and determining the means to achieving the objectives. It entails deciding in advance what to be taught how, to teach, when to teach, who is be taught, and the evaluation of recipient. Planning is the beginning of teaching and learning p...Continue Reading »
58 pages | 549 engagements |
THE IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE PLANNING ON TEACHING AMD CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT ON TEACH...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Nigerian Educational System has gone through various developments and changes viz a viz curriculum issues. The dynamic nature of the curriculum process informs the concept of effective planning of integrated science curriculum in secondary schools. This is so because science education plays a vital role in the lives of individuals ...Continue Reading »
38 pages | 458 engagements |
STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING LOW ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN SECONDA...
» (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA LOCAL GOVERNMENT) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The modern trend in education and the complex nature of learning and instruction have made the role of the teachers more challenging. This new role does not just involve the more transmission of information to students but it involves looking at the problem...Continue Reading »
73 pages | 520 engagements |
MOTIVATIONAL NEEDS OF PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOL TEARCHERS IN NIGERIA
» (a CASE STUDY OF KADUNA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Motivation is the term used to describe the processes, both instructive and rational which people seek to satisfy their basic derives, perceived needs and personal goal which trigger human behaviour (Cole 1885) it is indeed the force that energize behaviour. The task before the researcher is...Continue Reading »
95 pages | 373 engagements |