Category: EARLY CHILDHOOD

EFFECT OF REINFORCEMENT ON BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERED PUPILS

CHAPTER ONE Background to the Study In Nigeria, students‘ aggression on school campuses is on the increase and has caught the attention of and raised much concern from the Ministry of Education, school authorities, the media, civic society and the public in general (Amedahe and Owusu-Banahene, 2007). Many teachers, parents, and educational authorities in Ghana […]

TEACHERS AND PARENTS PERCEPTION OF THE USE OF MOTHER TONGUE AS A LANGUAGE OF INSTRUCTION IN LOWER PRIMARY SCHOOL

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Language is a creation which every human being is endowed with or blessed; a unique gift of language is used naturally as one tool of expression consisting of different sub skills. Mother tongue is one’s native language. A language besides being the major distinguishing phenomenon between man and other […]

THE IMPACT INSTRUCTIONAL MEDIA FOR QUALITY TRAINING IN PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER TRAINING COLLEGES IN NIGERIA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study It is widely recognized that qualified and competent teachers are an essential component of school programmes that result in improved outcomes for learners at all levels of education (Barnett, 2004). Early childhood teacher training in particular requires the use of appropriate skills and attitude by tutors so as […]