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UTILIZATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON ADULT EDUCATION PROGRAMME

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Education is faced multiplicity of issues. These issues include access, quality, relevance, amongst others (Hallak, 1999). Researches in the field of education have the ultimate goal of adding value to the educational process. This explains the numerous studies conducted in different areas and variables that have influences on […]

UTILIZATION OF LIBRARY RESOURCES ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Globally, a strong library programme that is adequately staffed, resourced and funded can lead to higher student achievement(Crawford, 2015). Also a strong computer network connecting the library’s resources to the classroom and laboratories has an influence on students’ achievement. Libraries can make a positive difference to students’ self-esteem, confidence, […]

EFFICACIES OF DNA AND LIVE OOCYSTS VACCINES AGAINST EXPERIMENTAL INFECTION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study Coccidiosis in chickens is caused by an apicomplexan parasite belonging to the genus Eimeria of which at least seven species are incriminated in the cause of the disease (Conway and Elizabeth, 2007; McDougald and Fitz-Coy, 2008). Infection with Eimeria occurs when a susceptible chicken ingests the abundant […]

INFLUENCE OF SUPERVISION ON PROPER MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Complexities of educational systems and their institutions in developing countries particularly in sub-Saharan Africa tend to be characterized by such phenomena as population explosion, diversity in admissions programme, operational goals and procedures; inadequacy of funds and material resources to maintain available programmes of quality control such as […]

EFFECT OF STAFF TRAINING ON JOB SATISFACTION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Training is one of the most important issues for human resource management. Through appropriate training, organizations can rely on competent and motivated employees, ready to meet technological and strategic requirements while employees expect to meet their needs and desires and satisfy them through training. Literature reveals that […]

THE EFFECTS AND CHALLENGES OF THE ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP AGREEMENT IN ECOWAS EUROPEAN UNION TRADE RELATIONS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Relations between West Africa and Europe have been ongoing for several centuries. This has had its different phases, including the trans-Saharan trade, pre-trans-Atlantic slave trade period (1400 AD), the slave trade period (1500-1800 AD), the colonial enterprise period (1900- 1960 AD), and the post-colonial period (1960 to date). […]

CONTRACEPTIVE PRACTICES AMONG FEMALE SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background to the Study Adolescents’ sexuality and reproductive health information needs and services have been a major concern and challenge to the international community for over a decade. This is as a result of the growing awareness of young peoples’ relatively high risk of  exposure to inaccurate or incomplete information about […]

ASSESSMENT OF IMPACT OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON STUDENTS PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study             Learning resources are the instructional tools ranging from elementary improvised device to highly complex and sophisticated machines especially needs and other printed materials, charts, pictures displaying models, community resources as well as audio visual aids and equipment’s. Farrant, (1995).             Ajakaye (1998), defined instructional materials as the […]

EFFECT OF CONVENTIONAL READING ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH COMPREHENSION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Education is the greatest tool for the development of any nation, the major objectives of sending our children to school is to help them learn some basic concepts, skills, knowledge and beliefs necessary for the development of some specific goals. Observations have shown that in even level of […]

IMPACT OF EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION ON TEACHERS JOB PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study         Communication has crucial impacts or among workgroups in any organization. Communication can be a channel to flow information, resources, and even policies. Communication is a channel to flow information, resources, and even policies. Organizational communication can be broadly defined as communication with one another in the context […]

PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS TOWARDS EXAMINATION MALPRACTICES IN NIGERIA’S SECONDARY SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION  Background of the Study           Evidence abound of increasing incidents of examination malpractices by students at schools and colleges; which conflict with the core purpose of education-the training of the mind and character for the acquisition of practical and theoretical skills, knowledge and functional ideas for development; and the search for truth […]

INFLUENCE OF TEACHING PRACTICE ON SKILLS AND CLASSROOM PERFORMANCE OF BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS IN COLLEGES OF EDUCATION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study Teaching is one of the oldest, respected and noble professions in the world and it occupies a high place of importance in developed and developing countries. In Nigeria, teaching constitutes one of the most important professions required for a successful execution of national plans and has significant […]

PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS OF CHEATING IN EXAMINATION AMONG STUDENTS OF HIGHER INSTITUTION

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the study Indigenous system of education existed in Nigeria before Western education. Parents were the teachers and the curricular were based on the norms of the society. There existed also vocational training which was hitherto referred to as traditional education. These were centres where children demonstrated skills. Achievement was […]

ATTITUDES OF STUDENTS AND TEACHERS TOWARDS MOBILE LEARNING IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY The Educational Policy implementation in Nigeria suffers an endemic crisis in its teaching and teacher development systems. This crisis manifests as a shortage in the number of qualified teachers and a dearth of motivated teachers who can deliver quality teaching and learning within a twenty-first-century educational context. It […]

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