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A STUDY OF JOB SATISFACTION AMONG TEACHERS OF POST PRIMARY INSTITUTIONS
» Abstract: ABSTRACT The study was undertaken to discover if there is any relationship between some personal variables of teachers, some factors that bear on the job satisfaction or dissatisfaction of post primary school teachers in Zaria Metropolitan area of Kaduna State and their job satisfaction. Eleven schools were used for the study. In all, two hundred and sixteen teachers were involved for th...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 65 engagements |
ATTITUDE TOWARD TEACHING OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION
» Abstract: Education of the Physical is one of the most important services which a school can provide and education through the physical is the real basis of all education. To carry out a desirable school programme in physical education, physical education teachers are necessary particularly those who are dedicated and display positive attitude, toward the subject. This was the basis of this study,...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 65 engagements |
EFFECTS OF EDUCATIONAL FIELD TRIPS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR SECONDARY S...
» Abstract: The study examined the Effects of educational field trip on academic performance of JSS social studies students in Kaduna state Nigeria. The study used quasi experimental research design and 120 JSSII students of the following schools were used as sample: Government junior secondary school Tudun Jukun, Zaria, Government junior secondary school, Awai, Government junior secondary school, A...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 70 engagements |
FEEDBACK AS FACTOR FOR DETERMINING EFFECTIVENESS OF SDI SERVICES IN RESEARCH LIB...
» Abstract: The patterns of scientific communication among users of three research centres in Samaru, Kaduna, and Vom, all in the northern part of Nigeria were studied at various times between 1977 and 1979 Two types of questionnaire were distributed in the pursuit of the study. One set of the questionnaire was distributed to the Users i.e. the researchers of the three libraries while the second set...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 55 engagements |
THE PERCEIVED CAUSES OF BEHAVIOUR PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN IN HOMES
» Abstract: The study investigated the perceived causes of behaviour problems of children in homes. It was designed to find out views on certain aspects of the home environment considered to be responsible for problem behaviour in children. The sample was made up of 120 subjects randomly selected from final year students of four secondary schools in Gboko Local Government nrea of Benue State of Nige...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 63 engagements |
ASSESSMENT OF THE CONSTRAINTS TO TEACHING AND LEARNING OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION IN ...
» Abstract: The purpose of this study was to obtain information regarding the constraints to teaching and learning of Physical Education in first cycle public schools in Ghana. The population for the study was made up of head teachers of first cycle schools, classroom teachers of first cycle schools and physical education tutors in Colleges of Education in Ghana. A questionnaire with 40 items was de...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 50 engagements |
PARENTING STYLES ON CHILDREN’S SELF-CONCEPT AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
» Abstract: The researcher is also grateful to the management staff of Federal College of Education Yola, for giving me the opportunity to obtain my postgraduate degree. Special thanks to the Director Statistics Adamawa State Post Primary Schools Management Board in person of Alhaji A. Nijjida, who provided me with materials to carry out my study. Thank you sir and God bless. The researcher also app...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 64 engagements |
A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF THE CESAC AND WAEC TRADITIONAL BIOLOGY PROGRAMMES...
» Abstract: The Comparative Education Study and Adaptation Center (CESAC) developed a science programme, the Nigerian Secondary School Science Project (NSSSP) in Biology in 1970. Since June 1974, the West African Examination Council (WAEC) has set special papers on this biology project, popularly referred to as the CESAC biology syllabus or biology O/L alternative. By June 1981 a total of a hundred ...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 59 engagements |
AVAILABILITY, ACCESSIBILITY AND UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION RESOURCES AND SERVICE...
» Abstract: This research was carried out to investigate the “Availability,Accessibility and Utilization of Information Resources and Services to Prison Inmates in North Central States of Nigeria”. To achieve the objectives of the study, five research questions were formulated and answered. Survey method was adopted for the study while a structured questionnaire was the instrument used f...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 87 engagements |
ASSESSMENT OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF ADULT LITERACY CURRICULUM
» ABSTRACT The success of every society depends deeply on the quality and quantity of education of its citizens. Adult literacy programme was designed to empower the adult members with basic literacy and functional education needed for their improvement. It has been a bottle neck to improve the implementation of adult literacy programme in the study area. Government and individuals have yearned for ...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 85 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF AGRICULTURAL MECHANIZATION ON CROP PRODUCTION
» Abstract: The study was carried out to determine the Influence of Agricultural Mechanization on Crop Production in Bauchi and Yobe States. Five specific objectives and five research questions were stated and five null hypotheses were formulated based on the research questions. The population for the study comprised of contact farmers from the five Agricultural Development Programme Zones in Bauchi...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 86 engagements |
IMPACT OF SOCIAL STUDIES EDUCATION ON HIV/AIDS AWARENESS
» Abstract: This study was carried out to assess the impact of social studies education on HIV/AIDS awareness among NCE students in Kaduna State. In order to achieve this, three specific objectives, three research questions and three Null hypotheses were raised to guide the researcher. Descriptive survey design was used for the study. The population for the study consist of 2217 students out of whic...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 88 engagements |
EFFECT OF SELECTED VARIABLES UPON STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN SHORTHAND TRANSCRIP...
» Abstract: This thesis which is quasi experimental study focuses on the effect of selected variables upon students’ performance in shorthand transcription at Federal College of Education (Technical), Bichi, Kano State. The study has six major objectives. They include ascertainment of whether or not syllabic intensity, familiarity of a passage or otherwise and length of dictation have effect u...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 73 engagements |
INFLUENCE OF HOUSEHOLD TASKS ON THE JOB PERFORMANCE OF FEMALE TEACHERS
» Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of complexity of household tasks on job performance of female teachers in tertiary institutions in Sokoto State. Five specific objectives were stated, five research questions were formulated and five related null hypotheses were stated and tested. A descriptive research design was used for the study. The population for the study co...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 77 engagements |
EVALUATION OF PROVISION AND MAINTENANCE OF INFRASTRUCTURAL FACILITIES IN BOARDIN...
» Abstract: This study evaluates the provision and maintenance of infrastructural facilities in boarding secondary schools in Yola metropolis. The researcher was interested to check whether there is appropriate provision of infrastructural facilities to solve the problem of students’ overpopulation in classrooms, provision of laboratories and workshop facilities, the accommodation of students ...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 74 engagements |
IMPACT OF CHILD LABOUR ON SCHOOL ATTENDANCE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PUPILS
» Abstract: This study assessed the impact of Child labour on school attendance and academic performance of pupils in public primary schools in Niger State. Four specific objectives, four research questions were formulated with four null hypotheses associated. Survey research design was adopted. The population for the study was 37,700 drawn from the three educational zone of Niger States. A sample o...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 77 engagements |
EFFECTS OF MULTIVARIATE TEACHING VARIABLES ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF NCE SO...
» Abstract: This study was set to determine the effects of multivariate teaching variables on the academic performance of Social Studies students’ in Colleges of Education in North West geo political zone, Nigeria. The population of the study is 1,502 respondents. The composition of the population included 123 of the Social Studies teachers in the Colleges of Education and 1,379 Social Studies...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 69 engagements |
A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATION OF THE ARTICULATION OF ENGLISH FRICATIVES BY TEACHER...
» Abstract: English language pronunciations in ESL are a problem to both the teachers and the students. The study made a comparative investigation of the English fricatives by teachers and students of Senior Secondary School in Kaduna metropolis. Some of the English fricatives do not exist in the first language of the teachers and students, and a researcher being a teacher noticed a great variance i...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 67 engagements |
A COMPARISON OF CONSTITUTIONAL AWARENESS OF THE JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL SOCIAL S...
» Abstract: There was need to find out the level of performance of social studies in constitutional matters, in the area of the extent of coverage of the national constitution in the social studies curriculum and the understanding of the students. This was answer to the call of the former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, General Ibrahim Babangida for the establishment of another school ...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 49 engagements |
IMPACT OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMES OF FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ON TEACHING AND LE...
» Abstract: This research work is designed to assess the impact of educational programmes with particular reference to Federal Capital Territory Junior Secondary Schools. Emphasis is laid on the impact of the programmes on teaching and learning alone. All the programmes in question are the ones that were introduced at the advent of the launch of Universal Basic Education in the FCT in 2005, to help ...Continue Reading »
55 pages | 46 engagements |