Department of Education | Final Year Project Topics
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 | 188 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 | 152 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 | 158 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 | 137 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 | 120 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 | 258 engagements |
THE INFLUENCE OF GROUP PRESSURE ON ADOLESCENTS BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS IN NIGERIA SE...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Adolescence is the transitory period the individual passes through in his /her growth from childhood to Adulthood. Studies have shown that the period consists of pressure which may be either internal or external to the young adult (Adams, 2006 & Schneider, 2010). Besides being a transitory period, they posited that it is a time of self definition for the young i...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 182 engagements |
SELECTION AND UTILIZATION OF SOCIAL STUDIES INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS BY SECONDARY S...
» SELECTION AND UTILIZATION OF SOCIAL STUDIES INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS BY SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN EBONYI STATE CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Social studies refers to the subject matter, possessing skills, attitudes and activities that focus on society and on individuals as members of a social group. National Teachers’ Institute (N.T.I,2000), opines that S...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 141 engagements |
PRINCIPALS’ ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESS STRATEGIES FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF QUALITY A...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Education could be seen as an instrument for achieving socio economic and technological growth and development of any nation. It is an instrument par excellence and the means of developing human intellect, technical skills, character and effective citizenship for self reliance and effective national development (FRN, 2004...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 153 engagements |
PERCEPTIONS OF BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS ON THE RELEVANCE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP ...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The teaching and learning of Entrepreneurship Education in tertiary institutions is of paramount interest to all stakeholders. The National Policy on Education describes Education as an instrument ‘par excellence’ for effecting national development (FRN, 2004). It is conceived that education is capable of bringing about the desired socio economic and political changes ...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 136 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL ...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Background of the Study The school environment, which include the classrooms, libraries, technical workshops, laboratories, teachers’ quality, school management, teaching methods, peers, etc are variables that affect students’ academic achievement (Ajayi, 2001 and Oluchukwu, 2000). Hence, the school environment remains an important area that should be studied and w...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 343 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SCHOOL STUDENT...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Background of the study Continuous assessment is one of the new concepts introduced in the Nigeria educational system with the new national policy on education in short it is an interval part of the new system of education otherwise known as the 9 3 3 4 system. Assessment is an essential element in the educational process. A teacher must make some measurements o...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 257 engagements |
EFFECT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDE...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction In order to teach effectively, the teachers must have sufficient knowledge about the students, in addition to the knowledge about the subject and appropriate methods of teaching. Modern researcher indicates that if proper and suitable methods and techniques are used, even the students of less intelligence can easily learn. Modern researchers indicate four models...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 210 engagements |
COMPARATIVE EFFECTIVENESS OF MATHEMATICAL GAME AND INSTRUCTIONAL ANALOGY AS ADVA...
» 1 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to theStudy For science and technology to successfully achieve the goals of sustainable development in any country, there is need to engage creatively in science and mathematics education. Bajah (2000) noted that no nation can make any meaningful progress in the information technology age, particularly in economic development without technology which has...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 172 engagements |
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SIMULATION AND DEMONSTRATION METHODS ON STUDENT'S ACADEM...
» CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY There is a rapid development in the world today and every Nation strives to meet up with the requirement needed. She does so through science and technology. Science and technology education therefore became the factory that produces technologists, technicians, craftsmen and skilled artisans who are required to change the econo...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 191 engagements |
BOKO HARAM INSURGENCY AND EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN BORNO STATE
» CHAPTER ONE 1.0 Introduction Historically, Borno State, which was founded in 1976, initially comprised the present Borno and Yobe State. Prior to the advent of insurgency, it has been a relatively peaceful, multicultural and dynamic State in Nigeria. The State is fortunate to have human and natural resources, which have created many opportunities for its indigenes and other Nigerians to liv...Continue Reading »
65 pages | 189 engagements |
A STUDY OF THE FACTORS INFLUENCING DRUG ABUSE AMONG STUDENTS IN HIGHER INSTITUTI...
» . A CASE STUDY OF COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, EKIADOLOR BENIN CITY. CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Drug is any chemical substance derived from plants, animals or mineral resources, be it traditional or orthodox which is used for internal application to the human body in the treatment of diseases, reduce pain or modify the functions of the various system of the bod...Continue Reading »
64 pages | 231 engagements |
A STUDY INTO THE EFFECTS OF INADEQUATE INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON EFFECTIVE TEAC...
» CHAPTER ONE 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY The uses of instructional materials in the processes of effective teaching and learning cannot be over emphasized. According to Ibe (1998) an instructional materials is an object or means of communication process that stores and distributes human experience or knowledge. Therefore the totality of the information carrying devices. I...Continue Reading »
50 pages | 201 engagements |
THE ASSESSMENT ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL PHYSICS SYLLABUS
» A CASE STUDY OF ABEOKUTA SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA ABEOKUTA OGUN STATE CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY In Nigeria, physics is taught as one of the science subject at the senior secondary school level, in order to familiarize them with the trend of modern developments which can be achieved if the physics syllabus is impl...Continue Reading »
64 pages | 182 engagements |
Factors Responsible for Poor Nursery/Primary Education in Nigeria
» ABSTRACT Early years in life are the most important to the formation of intelligence, personality and social behaviour of a child. TheNursery or Early Childhood Education (ECE) comprises essentialprogrammes and activities which are critical to holistic development, academicsuccess and future achievements of children. ECE is recognised by the federalgovernment of Nigeria as a foundational and esse...Continue Reading »
75 pages | 192 engagements |