Department of Education | Final Year Project Topics
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 | 468 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 | 391 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 | 436 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 | 302 engagements |
EXAMINE THE ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS THE PRIMRY EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Primary education is the foundation a child requires in his or her educational pursuit. The quality of primary education a child get would determine his performance in secondary school as well as tertiary level. It will equally affect his or her life after school. As such the importance of primary education cannot be overemphasis. ...Continue Reading »
53 pages | 277 engagements |
EVALUATION OF GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING
» IN ABUBAKAR GUMI COLLEGE CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION Background of the Study It has been very glaring that Guidance and Counseling has been lacking in our educational system, until recently, this discipline has been grossly omitted in the system. Due to the absence of career guidance, many students have not got the proper skill to function effectively in the world of work. A good number of student...Continue Reading »
76 pages | 190 engagements |
ASSESSMENT OF ALMAJIRI SYSTEM OF EDUCATION; IT’S IMPLICATION FOR CHILD, FAMILY...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY “Almajiri” is a hausa word meaning immigrant children in search of search of Qur’anic education. The children are sent out early in life to seek Islamic knowledge outside their environment. They are placed under Islamic teachers known simply as ‘mallam’ under whom they are supposed to learn the rudiments of the religion. Khalid (2000...Continue Reading »
67 pages | 210 engagements |
ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS IN PRIMARY SCHOOL RESPONSIBLE FOR THE POOR ACADEMIC PERFOR...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Poor academic performance according to Aremu (2003) is a performance that is adjudged by the examine/testee and some other significant as falling below an expected standard. Poor academic performance has been observed in school subjects especially Mathematics and English language among primary school pupils (Adesemowo, 2005). Aremu (20...Continue Reading »
48 pages | 269 engagements |
AN EVALUATIVE STUDY OF TEACHING AND LEARNING OF ENGLISH GRAMMATICAL STRUCTURES
» IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA NORTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF KADUNA STATE CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Introduction The teaching and learning of English Language is very important in our society today. This is because of the various roles it plays in the geo political structure of the country. In Nigeria, English Language is used for communication, education, economic and social purposes....Continue Reading »
73 pages | 213 engagements |
AN ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION
» IN TOTO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF NASSARAWA STATE CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Background of the Study 1.1 Introduction It is today universally accepted that Education is the fountain and foundation of all wisdom, therefore, the importance of education in any community cannot be overemphasized. Education is the major factor for sustainable development as well as a strong pillar around which every ...Continue Reading »
78 pages | 224 engagements |
A STUDY ON THE EMOTIONAL MATURITY ON SCHOOL ADJUSTMENT OF FRESH UNDERGRADUATE ST...
» CHAPTER ONEINTRODUCTIONBackground to the studyTransition from secondary school to the University is a complex process for almost all students.Adjusting to college life immediately after school becomes a difficult transition for many students.The decision to go to University depends on many reasons. It can be for higher education, earning a degree, increasing knowledge or personal growth. Going...Continue Reading »
43 pages | 365 engagements |
A STUDY OF GENDER DIFFERENCES IN THE ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS TO SCIENCE SUBJECTS IN...
» Background to the studySex differences in humans have been studied in a variety of fields. In humans, biological sex is determined by five factors present at birth: the presence or absence of a Y chromosome, the type of gonads, the sex hormones, the internal reproductive anatomy (such as the uterus in females), and the external genitalia. People with mixed sex factors are intersex. People whos...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 368 engagements |
A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SECOND...
» ABSTRACTThe study is a comparative study of environmental awareness between public and private secondary school students. It examined the level of environmental awareness among the students of public and private secondary schools. It also assessed the level of environmental awareness between male and female secondary school students in both public and private secondary schools. It further dete...Continue Reading »
45 pages | 287 engagements |
THE PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PRESS CLUB IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study In recent years, educational researchers have emphasized the critical role of the principal in creating an effective school environment which involves the development of a strong school culture that prescribes specific goals, roles and behaviours by educators in and out of class settings (Parkay & Hall, 2009). The effect of extracurricular activ...Continue Reading »
58 pages | 311 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF FAMILY FACTORS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS...
» ABSTRACT This study was carried out in order to determine the influence of family factors on the academic achievement of secondary school students in Yakurr Local Government Area of Cross River State. A population of 10 secondary schools were selected and utilized for the study with two hundred (200) students randomly selected. The respondents were made to respond to items on a questionnaire an...Continue Reading »
76 pages | 302 engagements |
THE NEED FOR AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM IN TEACHING AND LEARNING (E-LEARN...
» THE NEED FOR AN EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM IN TEACHING AND LEARNING (E LEARNING) CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY According to DfES e Learning Strategy Unit (2003), e Learning exploits interactive technologies and communication systems to improve the learning experience. It has the potential to transform the way people teach and learn across the board. It can ra...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 277 engagements |
THE CAUSES AND EFFECT OF EXAM MALPRACTICES AMONG SS3 STUDENTS IN SOME SELECTED S...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Examination malpractice has become a normal occurrence among students world over, but more worrisome in Nigeria. Though there have been endless discussions on whether examination exercise should be expunged from school activity but there has not been any other substitute to assess the effectiveness of teaching and learning of both te...Continue Reading »
57 pages | 321 engagements |
EFFECT OF GENDER DISCRIMINATION ON GIRL CHILD EDUCATION IN ABRAKA, ETHIOPE EAST ...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Education is an important foundation to improve the status of women and has been recognized as a potent and dynamic instrument for national development and social transformation. In every civilized society and especially in the African context, children are regarded as the pride of parents and the greatest value the society possesses. This is why ch...Continue Reading »
78 pages | 315 engagements |
A STUDY OF SELECT TELEVISION PROGRAMME PREFERENCES AMONGST YOUTHS IN NSIT UBIUM
» A STUDY OF SELECT TELEVISION PROGRAMME PREFERENCES AMONGST YOUTHS IN NSIT UBIUM CHAPTER ONE THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING 1.1 Introduction The importance of television as a medium of mass communication is becoming more appreciated in all part of the world. In the developed world, television has become the most ubiquitous of the mass media in both availability and audience exp...Continue Reading »
92 pages | 217 engagements |
THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLE ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF ST...
» THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENTAL VARIABLE ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENT IN ADO EKITI METROPOLY CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction The school is a social and learning agent that provides the environment upon which a child may be formally educated in order to attain educational goals. Human beings, have unlimited capacity to learn, but may however be limited by the behaviour patterns and...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 392 engagements |