CURRICULUM STUDIES AND EDUCATIONAL PLANNING

CURRICULUM STUDIES AND EDUCATIONAL PLANNING

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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AVAILABILITY OF TEACHERS AND LABORATORY FACILITIES FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF HOME ECONOMICS IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL IN ENUGU NORTH

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY 1.1 Background of the Study Secondary schools offering business education face enormous challenges. Teachers get frustrated because there are a few or unavailable facilities to teach and carry out practical’s. When this happens the products are found wanting when sent to the job market because they have not …

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ASSESSMENT OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND FACILITIES ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN WEST AFRICA SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL EXAMINATION (WASSCE)

Abstract This study examined the assessment of school environment and facilities on students’ academic performance in west Africa Senior Secondary School Examination (WASSCE) in Lagos State. It investigates the impact of school facilities on students\’ academic performance. The qualitative and quantitative method of research was used for this study;The study adopted survey design, while random …

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ASSESSMENT OF MOTIVATIONAL FACTORS IN PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS AND ITS INFLUENCE ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

This research was conducted to assess some motivational factors in public secondary schools and its influence on students’ academic performance in Nigeria. This study is aimed to find out the relationship between extrinsic motivational factors which include teacher, peer-group, family, environment, and language with the academic performances of students. This study also aimed to find …

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THE EVALUATION OF PROSPECTS OF LEGAL STUDIES ON THE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA, ITS IMPLICATIONS TO SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM

Abstract  The study conducted made an investigation into the evaluation of prospects of legal studies on the economic development in Nigeria, its implications to secondary school curriculum. The population of the study consisted of 5 secondary schools in Somolu local government. The study adopted survey design, while random sampling technique was used in selecting three …

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THE  EFFECT  OF  THE  FAMILY  FACTORS   ON  THE  ACADEMIC   PERFORMANCE   OF  THE  JUNIOR   SECONDARY    SCHOOL 

1.1 INTRODUCTION The   family  is  the  primary  environment  of  the  students  and  it  stand  to  exert tremendous   impact   of  the   students   academic   performance (Redding ,  2006:  Nyarko 2010 ).    Moreover,    the    family  is   the   primary    agent  of    education  in      the   child,   thus    the  way   the  child   lives,   the    food   he   or   she  eats   and  his …

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THE IMPACT OF PLANNING ON TEACHING AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT OF TEACHING AND LEARNING INTERGRATED SCIENCE IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA

PROJECT BODY: 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 and the development of a …

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FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF SCHOOL RECORDS BY SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS

PROJECT BODY: Information is every organization’s most basic and essential asset and in common with any other business assets recorded information requires effective management. In the past, “record management” was used to refer only to the management of records which are no longer in everyday use but still needed to be kept “semi current” records …

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FACTORS AFFECTING THE EFFICIENT MANAGEMENT OF STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC RECORDS

PROJECT BODY: Record keeping in an organizational set-up is very important and cannot be overemphasized. This is because continuity depends on availability of useful records of past activities. In a complex organization like that of the university, it is not possible to keep every information in the brain because the volume of information is heavy, …

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MANAGEMENT FACTORS INFLUENCING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN PORT HARCOURT LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA IN RIVERS STATE NIGERIA

PROJECT BODY:  INTRODUCTION There is a growing body of literature from researchers and educationists which have made an attempt to examine the relationship between education management and students academic performance (Orodho, 2014; UNESCO, 1999; United Nations, 2013; Waweru & Orodho, 2014). The results reveal rather spurious relationship (Waweru & Orodho, 2014). However, what is clear …

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