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Constraints to the Teaching of Practical Biology in large Biology Classes in Onitsha Education Zone of Anambra State

By Nwakonobi, Felicia Eziamaka

Constraints to the Teaching of Practical Biology in large Biology Classes in Onitsha Education Zone of Anambra State

Published: 08/10/1991

Size: 104.43KB

Development & Standardization Of Social Studies Achievement Tests (SSATs) For Junior Secondary Schools In Anambra State.

By Nwagu, Eric Kenechukwu N.

The success of continuous assessment programme in our schools
depends on teachers' use of valid and reliable assessment instru-
ments, The achievement tests which teachers nake and use have been
found to be mostly deficient 4 n some fundamental qualities expected
of good assessment instruments* This study was, therefore, aimed
at developing, validating and standardizing a set of achievement
tests for use in the continuons assessment of studentst cognitive
attainment in Junior Secondary Social Studies, The de2endence of
achievements in Social Studies on Students1 sex, school location,
education zone and their interactions was hypothesized and tested.

Published: 07/12/1990

Size: 5.54MB

Validity of Teacher-Made Geography Tests Used in Secondary Schools in Anambra State

By Nwagu, Eric Kenechukwu Ngozi

Validity of Teacher-Made Geography Tests Used in Secondary Schools in Anambra State

Published: 07/02/1985

Size: 3.32MB

Development & Standardization Of Social Studies Achievement Tests (SSATs) For Junior Secondary Schools In Anambra State.

By Nwagu, Eric Kenechukwu N.

The success of continuous assessment programme in our schools
depends on teachers' use of valid and reliable assessment instru-
ments, The achievement tests which teachers nake and use have been
found to be mostly deficient 4 n some fundamental qualities expected
of good assessment instruments* This study was, therefore, aimed
at developing, validating and standardizing a set of achievement
tests for use in the continuons assessment of studentst cognitive
attainment in Junior Secondary Social Studies, The de2endence of
achievements in Social Studies on Students1 sex, school location,
education zone and their interactions was hypothesized and tested.

Published: 07/12/1990

Size: 5.54MB

Effects of Two Constructivist Instructional Models on Students’ Achievement and Retention in Number and Numberation

By Ogbonna, Cecillia Chinyere

This study was designed to explore effects of two constructivist instructional models on JSS 11 students achievement and retention in number and numeration.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: students, achievement and retention, number and numeration.

Size: 8.41MB

Effects of Constructivist Instructional Approach on Senior Secondary School Students Achievement and Interest In Mathematics

By Ogbonna, Cecilia Chinyere

This study explored the effects of constructivist instructiotion approach on senior secondary school students Achievemnet arid Interest in mathematics. The study adopted a quasi-experimental design reffered to as pre-test post test control group design.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Constructivist Instructional Approach, Achievement and Interest, Mathematics.

Size: 4.46MB

Effects of Constructivist Instructional Approach on Senior Secondary School Students Achievement and Interest In Mathematics

By Ogbonna, Cecilia Chinyere

This study explored the effects of constructivist instructional approach on senior secondary school students Achievement and interest in mathematics. The study adopted a quasi-experimental design referred to as pre-test post test control group design. It was restricted to Umuahia Education Zone of Abia state.

Published: 21/09/2018

Tags: instructional approach, Achievement and interest in mathematics,

Size: 4.46MB

Effects of Constructivist Instructional Approach on Senior Secondary School Students Achievement and Interest In Mathematics

By Ogbonna, Cecilia Chinyere

This study explored the effects of constructivist instructional approach on senior secondary school students achievement and interests in Mathematics

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: Constructivist Instructional Approach, Achievement and Interest, Mathematics.

Size: 4.46MB

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

By Njoku, Zephrinus Chidubem

The need for this study cross out of the prevailing concern being expressed about the dwindling enrollment of and performance of students in science and technology.

Published: 21/10/1990

Tags: laboratory

Size: 1.52MB

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

By Njoku, Zephrinus Chidubem

The need for this study arose out of the prevailing concern being expressed about the dwindling enrollment of subjects in Nigeria, via-a-via the important role which laboratory assistants can play in the improvement of science and technology.

Published: 21/10/1990

Tags: science laboratory assistance

Size: 1.52MB

Understanding of Schistosomiasis (Bilhaziasis) Among Senior Secondary School Students in Endemic and Non-Endemic Areas

By Nkadi, Onyegegbu G.

This study sought to assess the level of understanding of schistosomiasis among second year senior secondary school biology students in endemic and non-endemic areas of Anambra state.

Published: 21/12/1995

Tags: schistosomiasis, bilhaziasis, endemic

Size: 117.88KB

The Effect of Games on Mathematical Achievement; Interest and Retention of Junior Secondary Students

By Ezeamenyi, Mellitus Nnadi

Poor achievement of secondary scoliosis students in mathematics examinations is alarming. WAEC (1 996) expressed the view that persistent poor achievements of students in mathematics despite its core miniature in school curriculum, are a good pointer to students poor interest in calumniation. WAEC blamed the situation on lack of retention of learned materialistically contents.

Published: 02/02/2002

Tags: Effect of Games on Mathematical Achievement

Size: 6.65MB

The effect of four games on mathematical achievement, interest and retention of Junior secondary students

By Ezeamenyi Mellitus Nnadi

Poor achievement of secondary school students in mathematics examinations is alarming. WAEC (1996) expressed the view that persistent poor achievements of students in mathematics despite its core nature in school curriculum, are a good pointer to students poor interest in mathematics.

Published: 02/02/1999

Tags: The effect of four games on mathematical achievement, interest and retention of Junior secondary students

Size: 599.09KB

THE EFFECTS OF THREE FORMS OF ADVANCE ORGANIZERS ON STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

By Ochuba, Chibuogwu Virginia

The most important single factor influencing learning is what the learner already knows. This research was prompted by the predominance of rote learning in school especially in the learning of ecology in secondary schools.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: ADVANCE ORGANIZERS

Size: 18.21MB

Determinants of J.S.S. Students Level of Acquisition of Science Process Skills

By Eya, Ngozi Martina

The process skills of science are invaluable tools for learning science; the acquisition of these skills has therefore been greatly emphasized in recent times.

Published: 09/09/2007

Tags: Acquisition of Science Process Skills

Size: 2.70MB