CHILD/BASIC EDUCATION

CHILD/BASIC EDUCATION

TEACHER’S RATINGS OF BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS OF PUPILS IN PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN KADUNA STATE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1      BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Behavioural problems are bad, unacceptable behavioural in a given society. Behavioural    problems (maladjustment)is defined as bad or unsatisfactory adjustment of behaviour (Webster Encyclopedia unabridged dictionary, 1994). Ross (1980) views behavioural problems to be presented when a child emits behaviour that deviates on arbitrary and relative social norm …

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TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENTS (TNAs) FOR THE TEACHERS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

The Background of the StudyTraining Needs Assessments (TNAs) in most organizations is determined in differentways. The most common approach is through the external consultant to study theorganization’s and staff training requirements. McConnell, (2003) recognize the roleof consultants as identifying possible training requirements as part of other projectssuch as organizational studies, performance assessments and managementassessments. This …

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EFFECTS OF PLAY AND DEMONSTRATION METHODS ON PRESCHOOL LITERACY SKILLS (A case study of Selected Nursery School Teachers in IJEBU North LGA)

The study aims at evaluating the effects of play and demonstration methods on preschool literacy skills. The role of play in the learning and development of young children has long been recognized by researchers and early childhood educators. Although research indicates that play does provide a context that supports and facilitates literacy learning, most research …

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QUALITY ASSURANCE AS A PREREQUISITE FOR PROXIMAL LEARNING IN SOME SELECTED PUBLIC PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN LAGOS STATE

Introduction 1. Education as the bedrock of every society and a tool for nation building enhances the economic, political, social, personal and technological development of every nation as it is evidently clear that no nation can rise above its educational level. Education can thus be said to be the most important weapon to produce a …

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THE ROLES OF CHILD UP-BRINGING PRACTICE ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN SOME SELECTED NURSERY AND PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN EPE LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE

Abstract This study aimed at examining the roles of child up-bringing practice on early childhood education in some selected nursery and primary school teachers in Epe Local Government Area of Lagos State of Nigeria. Sixty children who were exposed to early childhood education were selected through cluster sampling from six different schools, that is, 30 boys and …

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EFFECT OF BIRTH ORDER ON STUDENTS EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN MAINLAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE

Introduction: No-one chooses the family one is born into. This truism lays the motivation for studies on the importance of family background for socioeconomic outcomes. Neither does anyone choose one’s birth order. Yet birth order has featured less in stratification research. Furthermore, whether it affects socioeconomic success, intelligence, and personality has been actively debated. Several …

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PROBLEM MILITAING AGAINST THE DEVELOPMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1    Background to the problem Education is a key phenomenon constituting developing of logistical, motor and knowledge skills as well as potentialities and behavior. Sifuna defines education as a process by which people are prepared to live effectively and efficiently in the physical and social environment (Sifuna, 1990). As observed by participants …

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EFFECTS OF PLAY AND DEMONSTRATION METHODS ON PRESCHOOL LITERACY SKILLS (A case study of Selected Nursery School Teachers in Ijebu North LGA)

Abstract The study is to examines effects of play and demonstration methods on preschool literacy skills. The role of play and demonstration methods in the learning and development of young children has long been recognized by researchers and early childhood educators. Although research indicates that play does provide a context that supports and facilitates literacy …

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A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF THE SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF POST-PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA

Abstract An attempt is made to analyse the distribution of post-primary educational institutions in Kwara State. The imbalances in the contemporary spatial distribution of these institutions are identified, and the major factors responsible for their uneven distribution are discussed. Some future planning implications of the existing spatial pattern of post-primary schools are discussed in the …

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THE IMPACT OF THE HOME-SCHOOL PARTNERSHIP ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE PUPILS IN PUBLIC PRIMARY

AbstractThis study examined the impact of the home-school partnership on the academic performance of the pupils in public primary. The study was guided by two researchquestions. It adopted descriptive survey research design. The population comprised of 3783 preprimary and primary school parents in Awka South L.G.A. Simple random sampling wasemployed to select 40 pre-primary school …

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