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TOPIC EFFECT OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP LABORATORY WORKS ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS IN SOME SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS

By Eneasato Obianuju Susan

TOPIC EFFECT OF INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP LABORATORY WORKS ON STUDENTS ACHIEVEMENTS IN SOME SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CHEMISTRY CONCEPTS

Published: 17/08/2008

Tags: topic effect, laboratory work, students achievement, senior secondary school, Chemistry

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INTERACTION PATTERNS IN SENIOR SECONDARY PRACTICAL BIOLOGY CLASSROOM

By Egbuna- Ojukwu Nonye

INTERACTION PATTERNS IN SENIOR SECONDARY PRACTICAL BIOLOGY CLASSROOM

Published: 25/07/2010

Tags: interaction patterns, Biology, senior secondary practical

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EFFECT OF COMPUTER SIMULATION ON ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST OF STUDENTS IN ALGEBRA AT JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL

By Egara Oromena Felix

EFFECT OF COMPUTER SIMULATION ON ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST OF STUDENTS IN ALGEBRA AT JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVEL

Published: 23/04/2010

Tags: computer simulation, algebra, junior secondary school

Size: 417.00KB

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF INSTRUMENT FOR MEASURING ATTITUDE OF WOMEN TOWARD MENOPAUSE

By Ede, Evelyn Ngozi

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF INSTRUMENT FOR MEASURING ATTITUDE OF WOMEN TOWARD MENOPAUSE

Published: 24/05/2012

Tags: menopause, validation of instrument, measuring attitude of women, development

Size: 1.46MB

MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ COMPETENCIES IN THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN YENAGOA EDUCATION ZONE

By Diri, Erepamowei Ayibakuro

MATHEMATICS TEACHERS’ COMPETENCIES IN THE USE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION IN YENAGOA EDUCATION ZONE

Published: 23/07/2012

Tags: Mathematics, teachers' competency, use of ICT, classroom instruction

Size: 1.20MB

INFORMATION NEEDS AND INFORMATION SEEKING BEHAVIOUR OF ACADEMIC STAFF OF THE BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY, MAKURDI

By Daniel A Assoh

INFORMATION NEEDS AND INFORMATION SEEKING BEHAVIOUR OF ACADEMIC STAFF OF THE BENUE STATE UNIVERSITY, MAKURDI

Published: 19/11/2013

Tags: information needs, information seeking behaviour, academic staff

Size: 118.53KB

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF INSTRUMENT FOR ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS PSYCHOMOTOR SKILL IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS

By Anyanwu Edna Kelechi

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF INSTRUMENT FOR ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS PSYCHOMOTOR SKILL IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS

Published: 16/07/2012

Tags: students psychomotor skill, Mathematics, senior secondary school, validation of instrument, development

Size: 792.50KB

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A SCALE FOR ASSESSING STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN THE LEARNING OF CHEMISTRY

By Akwali, Phoebian Chibuogwu

DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF A SCALE FOR ASSESSING STUDENTS’ MOTIVATION IN THE LEARNING OF CHEMISTRY

Published: 21/05/2012

Tags: students' motivation, Chemistry, validation, development

Size: 1.62MB

EFFECTS OF GUIDED AND UNGUIDED INQUIRY TEACHING METHODS ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN BIOLOGY IN ENUGU STATE

By Aniaku, Obiageli Loretta

EFFECTS OF GUIDED AND UNGUIDED INQUIRY TEACHING METHODS ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN BIOLOGY IN ENUGU STATE

Published: 19/08/2012

Tags: inquiry teaching method, students' achievement, Biology, secondary school

Size: 1.56MB

INFLUENCE OF COGNITIVE STYLE, GENDER AND SCHOOL LOCATION ON STUDENTS’ PROBLEM-SOLVING IN ECOLOGY

By Agba, Moses Unimke

INFLUENCE OF COGNITIVE STYLE, GENDER AND SCHOOL LOCATION ON STUDENTS’ PROBLEM-SOLVING IN ECOLOGY

Tags: cognitive style, students' problem solving, Ecology

Size: 2.74MB

Competencies Needed and Possessed by Science Laboratory Assistants in Anambra State Secondary Schools

By Njoku, Zephrinus Chidubem

Competencies Needed and Possessed by Science Laboratory Assistants in Anambra State Secondary Schools

Published: 09/10/1990

Tags: Secondary school, Anambra state, Science laboratory.

Size: 1.52MB

Effect of the Use of Scale Models on Academic Achievement and Interest of Students in Map-Work

By Eze, Micheal Ozoemenam

Map is geographers' main tool. However, studies have shown that Map-work poses the greatest difficulty to geography students. 'I'his has largely been blanled on the teaching methods. The purpose of this study is to investigate the erfect of the use of Scale Models on the academic achievement and interest of students in Map-work. The research also sought to find out the effect ofgender and ability level on academic achievement and interest of' students in Map-work. Six research questions and ten hypotheses were formulated for the study. 'lhe researcher reviewed the related literature. A cluasi-experimental design, specifically, the non-equivalent control group design was used. Four mixeel scllools were randomly selected from Awlta
Education Zone of Anambra State. The sample consisted of 197 senior seco~iclary two geography students. A stratified random sampling technique was used in drawing the sample. The regular geography tenthers of the chosen schools were trained and used for the study. The instruments used for data collection included: the Map-Work Achievement Test (MWA'I'), the Map-Work Interest Scale (MWlS) and three 'I'opographical Map sheets. The 'MWAT' with a reliability estinlate of 0.97 and the 'MWlS' wit11 an internal consistency estimate of 0.82 were developed and validated by the researcher. The Map sheets were adapted and modified by the researcher for the study. The data were analysed using the Analysis of Covariance (ANCOVA), means and Standard Deviation. 'I'he major results of the study werc as follows: (I) The use of Models I~ada significant effect on the academic achievement and interest of students in Map-work; (2) Gender was not a significant factor in the academic achievement and interest of students in Map-work when taught using scale models; (3) The students oS high acaclcmic ability taught using Models perrornled significantly better and showed greater interest in Map-work than their low-ability counterparts taught using the same method; (4) 'There were significant interacticm *II effect between method and gender, as well as method and ability levels on academic achievement and interest of students in Map-work. The implications of these findings with respect to teachers, students, educational administrators and planners as well as tertiary institutions were identified. Based on these, it was recommended that the procedures for the application of scale models for teaching concepts in Map-work sl~ouldb e incorporated into the school curriculum. Efforts s11oulcS be made to equip teachers with the requisite Itnowledge, sltills and competence on the production and use of scale models for teaching through seminars, worltshops, conferences, etc. The limitations of the study were identified. Some suggestions for f-usthe research were also made.

Published: 06/06/2006

Tags: Effect of the Use of Scale Models on Academic Achievement

Size: 8.88MB

Assessing The Readability And Content Of Prescribed Secondary School Chemistry Textbooks Used In The South West Province Of Cameroon Using Cloze Procedure And Qucest

By Macndip Ben-johnson_t

Thsi study assessed the readability and the content of two prescribed Cameroonian Secondary School Chemistry textbooks using the Cloze Procedure Qacest

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Secondary School Chemistry Textbooks, South West Province Of Cameroon, Cloze Procedure, Qucest

Size: 2.15MB

Evaluation of Availability and Utilization of Community Resources in Teaching Physical Education in Secondary Schools in Enugu State

By Ezugwu, Gregory Godwin U.

This research study is an investigation of the availability and the extent of utilization of community resources in teaching physical education in Enugu state secondary schools

Published: 22/09/1995

Tags: Evaluation of Availability and Utilization of Community Resources in Teaching Physical Education in Secondary Schools in Enugu State

Size: 1.47MB

Development and Validation of an Instrument for students appraisal of teaching effectiveness in colleges of education

By Ezugwu, G.g.

This study was designed to develop and validate an instrument captioned, students appraisal of teaching effectiveness of lecturers in colleges of education.

Published: 29/12/1999

Tags: Development and Validation of an Instrument for students appraisal of teaching effectiveness in colleges of education

Size: 6.93MB