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    Working Students and Academic Performance of Panabo National High School An Undergraduate Thesis Presented to the Faculty of College of Education Of Christian Colleges of Southeast Asia In Partial Fulfillment Of the Requirements In Values Education 119: Behavioral Statistics Jennefer D. Mulit Rowena C. Genobiagon Marvie Glenn B. Salading October 2012 Chapter I THE PROBLEM AND ITS SETTING Background of the Study Student jobs have become a sort of trend among students around

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  • An Investigation on How the Mode of Transport Affect Study, Leisure, Social Activities, and Academic Performance of Undergraduate Students

    An investigation on how the mode of transport affect study, leisure, social activities, and academic performance of undergraduate students Abstract This study seeks to investigate how mode of transport influences the activities of undergraduate students, and whether it impacts their academic performance. The activity patterns of 50 KPTM students are analysed. The respondent profile indicates that slightly more than half are females; between 21-24 years old; and currently pursuing their bachleor

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  • High School Students in Part-Time Employment: What Effects on Scholastic Performance?

    High school students in part-time employment: What effects on scholastic performance? Educators in the United States have long argued about the effects of part-time work on the academic performance of high school students. Though many studies claim that there is a relationship between a student’s grade point average (GPA) – the standard measure academic performance in high schools and universities in the US – and the number of hours the students is employed, there seems little agreement

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  • The Influences of Students’ Learning Habits on Their Academic Achievements in the Hanze International Business School

    from various cultures? 2. In which aspects could Asian students learn from western in learning styles? 3. Reference: Andrea, D., & Wintergerst, A. C. (2005). Assessing and Validating a Learning Styles Instrument. System: An International Journal of Educational Technology and Applied Linguistics, 33(1), 1-16. Bodycott, P. (2012). Embedded culture and intercultural adaptation: implications for managing the needs of Chinese Students. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 34(4)

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  • Biology Teachers Ict Competences in Secondary Schools in Nsukka Education Zone

    DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE EDUCATION UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA EFFECT OF STUDENTS’ IMPROVISED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS ON SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ACHIEVEMENT IN BIOLOGY. BY MBEREKPE AUGUSTINE, CHUKWUNYEREMUNWA REG NO: PG/M.ED/09/50813 SUPVERISOR: PROF: U. M. NZEWI JANUARY, 2013 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Science has been reorganized as the bedrock on which modern day technological

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  • Effect of Computer Games to Students Performance to School

    lungkot, saya, at kahit nag aaway away kaming apat. Gusto ko maging teacher kasi yun talaga ang gusto ko nung bata pa ko. Tsaka gusto din yun ni papa nung tinanong niya ko. Gusto ko maranasa kung ano yung hirap na ginagawa ng isang teacher sa bawat student niya. Pero syempre gusto ko na maging memorable ako sa bawat bata na tinuturuan ko. HIGHSCHOOL LIFE 1st year = Mrs. Mary Ann Hiteroza Itong year na to ay napaka saya. Dito lang ata ako nakaranas ng nakakakaba pero pag tumagal na kayong lahat

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  • Guidance Counselors and Students Perception of the Problems of Effective Skill Acquisition in Senior Secondary Schools

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  • School Performance

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  • Impact of Guidance and Counselling in Secondary School

    THE NEED FOR GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS BACK GROUND OF THE STUDY Generally speaking, the importance of guidance and counseling cannot be over emphasized, because it is required at home, working places, schools or any place where people live together for mutual benefits. There may be few persons that are more knowledgeable and more experienced to guide and direct others. lack of guidance and counseling in education was a missing treasure until the revolutionary changes in science

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  • The Effects of Parental Social-Economic Status on the Academic Performance of Secondary School Students

    PARENTS’ SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. CHAPTER ONE Background to the Study It is an undebatable fact that the home is the fulcrum around which the early years of a child revolves. The central figures are the parents. While child-bearing and child-rearing cannot be divorced one from the other, the type of child-rearing practiced in a family has a tremendous impact on the entire life of the child including his or her academic life. Generally, the social climate or environment

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  • Influence of Study Habits on Academic Performance of Junior High School Students in the Gomoa West District of Ghana

    winneba INFLUENCE OF STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE GOMOA WEST DISTRICT FELICITY AKPENE AKAGAH 2011 university of education, winneba DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION INFLUENCE OF STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE GOMOA WEST DISTRICT By FELICITY AKPENE AKAGAH B.Ed. (BASIC EDUCATION) A Thesis in the Department of PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION, Faculty of EDUCATIONAL STUDIES, Submitted to the School of Research

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  • Factors Influencing Students Academic Performance in Biology

    FACTORS INFLUENCING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BIOLOGY IN ILORIN WEST LOCAL GOVERNMENT OF KWARA STATE, NIGERIA. BY OLAWUNMI, Kareemat Ariyo 08/25PA026 A RESEARCH PROJECT SUBMITTED TO THE DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE EDUCATION; FACULTY OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN, NIGERIA IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE AWARD OF THE DEGREE OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION (B.SC.ED.) IN BIOLOGY MAY, 2012 CERTIFICATION This is to certify that this research

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  • Achievement of Performance of Computer Student

    ijera.com Vol. 2, Issue 6, November- December 2012, pp.192-196 Influence of Attitude Towards Mathematics and Study Habit on the Achievement in Mathematics at the secondary stage *Rtd. Head of Department of Mathematics. K.K.Handique Girl’s College, Guwahati, Assam, Pin-781001 **Department of mathematics, J.N.Cllege, Boko, Assam, Pin-781123 *Dr. Ranjana Choudhury, **Dhiraj kumar Das ABSTRACT The present study aims at studying the influence of areas in relation to the attitude towards mathematics and

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  • The Effects of Parental Social-Economic Status on the Academic Performance of Secondary School Students

    questions will be sincere questions: the asker asks because s/he doesn't know and expects that the candidate will be able to rectify this. Students often expect questions to be difficult and attacking, and answer them accordingly. Often the questions will be much simpler than you expect. In a curious relativistic effect, time expands in the mind of the student. A few seconds pause to reflect before answering seems eminently reasonable to the panel, but to the defender it seems like minutes of mute

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  • Why Do Some Students Do Well in School While Others Struggle to Do so?(Limit You Discussion to Secondary School Students)

    whole spectrum of students exists. As Anne Frank once pointed out, “The weak die out and the strong will survive, and will live on forever”; likewise this applies to the school context where certain students strive while others struggle in vain. What sets the mightiest to the weakest apart is the immense number of factors which I will split into three contexts, mainly individual, family and school aspects. This discussion will be revolving around Singaporean secondary school students, and my points

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  • School Has a Major Influence in Moulding a Student

    The School has A Major Influence in Moulding a Student. Education, as the general view is that the activities relating to the creation and development of knowledge, skills, spiritual and corporeal man. In particular, education is defined as a school activity. This means that education is the activities of the objectives, plans and organization to educate students to become knowledgeable human, moral and master certain skills, able to adapt to the society in the future. Education involves an

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  • Family Issues and Its Effects That Affects Student Academic Performance in Secondary School

    child. There is no such thing as the perfect family. Every family is unique with its own combination of strengths and weaknesses. Sometimes families get overwhelmed by what seems like an endless list of challenges when it comes to juggling work, school and individual family members' needs. Over the past 20 years single-parent families have become even more common than the so-called "nuclear family" consisting of a mother, father and children. Today we see all sorts of single parent families: headed

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  • The Role of Student in Academic Performance

    scholarlinkresearch.org The Role of Student-Related Factors in the Performance of Biology Subject in Secondary Schools in Eldoret Municipality, Kenya Wabuke Joy Mukhwana Chepkoilel University College, Department of Science Education, P. O. Box 1125-30100, Eldoret, Kenya. ___________________________________________________________________________ Abstract This paper focuses on the student-related factors that influence performance of students in Biology in Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education in Eldoret municipality

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  • Factors Affecting the Student Performance in the School

    2014 Submitted to: Ms. Doris L. Sunaz Human Behavior Instructor INTRODUCTION Corruption is a complex phenomenon. Its roots lie deep in bureaucratic and political institutions, and its effect on development varies with country conditions. But while costs may vary and systemic corruption may coexist with strong economic performance, experience suggests that corruption is one of the most severe impediments to development and growth in emerging and transition economies. Corruption is widespread

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  • Influence of Study Habits on Academic Performance of Junior High School Students in the Gomoa West District

    UNIVERSITY OF EDUCation, winneba INFLUENCE OF STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE GOMOA WEST DISTRICT FELICITY AKPENE AKAGAH 2011 university of education, winneba DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATION INFLUENCE OF STUDY HABITS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE GOMOA WEST DISTRICT By FELICITY AKPENE AKAGAH B.Ed. (BASIC EDUCATION) A Thesis in the Department

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  • Economic Status of Parents, a Determinant on Academic Performance of Senior Secondary Schools Students in Ibadan, Nigeria

    ISSN 2239-978X Journal of Educational and Social Research Vol. 3 (1) January 2013 Economic Status of Parents, a Determinant on Academic Performance of Senior Secondary Schools Students in Ibadan, Nigeria Osonwa, O.K1 Adejobi, A.O2 Iyam, M.A3 Osonwa, R.H4 ‘…‹‘Ž‘‰› ‡’ƒ”–‡– ‹˜‡”•‹–› ‘ˆ ƒŽƒ„ƒ” ‹‰‡”‹ƒ †—…ƒ–‹‘ ‡’ƒ”–‡– ‹˜‡”•‹–› ‘ˆ „ƒ†ƒ ‹‰‡”‹ƒ ‘…ƒ–‹‘ƒŽ †—…ƒ–‹‘ ‡’ƒ”–‡– ‹˜‡”•‹–› ‘ˆ ƒŽƒ„ƒ” —‹†ƒ…‡ ƒ† ‘—•‡Ž‹‰ ‡’ƒ”–‡– ‹˜‡”•‹–› ‘ˆ Calabar. Doi: 10.5901/jesr.2013.v3n1p115

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  • Impact of Parental Socio-Economic Status on Secondary School Students in Social Studies

    PARENTS’ SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS AND STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. CHAPTER ONE Background to the Study It is an undebatable fact that the home is the fulcrum around which the early years of a child revolves. The central figures are the parents. While child-bearing and child-rearing cannot be divorced one from the other, the type of child-rearing practiced in a family has a tremendous impact on the entire life of the child including his or her academic life. Generally, the social climate or environment

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  • Habits and Academic Performance of Students

    (BJSEP), Volume 6, Number 1, 2012 STUDY HABITS AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN CORE SUBJECTS AMONG JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ONDO STATE, NIGERIA J. T. B. OLUWATIMILEHIN, Jimoh Wale OWOYELE Tai Solarin University of Education, NIGERIA Abstract. This article investigates of the relationship between study habits and students’ academic achievement in core subjects at the junior secondary school level. The aim was to determine the relationship between various aspects of study habits including homework

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  • Factors Affecting Student Academic Performance in Biology in Senior Secondary School

    Factors influencing academic performance of students enrolled in a lower di vision Cell Biology core course Julio G. Soto 1 and Sulekha Anand 2 Abstract: Students’ performance in two semesters of our Cell Biology c ourse was examined for this study . Teachin g strategies, behaviors, and pre - course variables were analyzed with respect to students’ performance. Pre - semester and post - semester surveys were administered to ascertain students’ perceptions about class difficulty

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  • Effect of School Fercilities on Student Academic Performance

    different levels of nitrogen fertilizers on the fertilizers on the yield of maize and sugar beet separately using analysis of variance (ANOVA) method at the institute of agricultural research Akure It should be noted that the data used here is secondary data. Fertilization has to do with the aim of bringing about an increase in crop yield and consequently increase in farmers’ product and income. That is to increase the yield of maize and sugar beet and make useful observation on the effectiveness

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  • Correlates of High School Students Performance in Science

    Mindoro State College of Agriculture and Technology BONGABONG CAMPUS Labasan, Bongabong, Oriental Mindoro CORRELATES OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN SCIENCE IN THE DISTRICT OF BANSUD SY 2010 – 2011 (Thesis Proposal) In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement in Research 200 Presented to: EDNA G. PIOL, Ed. D. (Professor) Presented by: REA E. FAJARDOSA MA ED – Biological Science March 12, 2011 Chapter I THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The

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  • Impact of Social Networking Websites on Secondary School Students

    IMPACT OF SOCIAL NETWORKING WEBSITES ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS DR.JANGAIAH REEBA SARA KOSHY Introduction • Social Networking Websites (SNS) provides a virtual social space for individuals. • Popular SNSs are Facebook,Google+,Twitter • 1.2 billion worldwide SNS users • SNS Usage in India: Age Group 13-17 is 20.6% • Tools of teenage communication -Wall posts, status updates, thumbs up etc… NEED AND SIGNIFICANCE • Internet – center of communication • SNS an unavoidable part

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  • The Effect of Broken Homes on Academic Peformance Among Secondary School Students in Akamkpa Local Government Area of Cross River State

    CHAPTER ONE 1.1 Background of the Study Over the years, the investigations of the factors that influence academic performance of students have attracted the interest and concern of teachers, counselors, psychologists, researchers and school administrators in Nigeria (Wiseson, 2001). This is because of the public outcries concerning the low standard of education in the country. The declining quality of education in the country and the breeding of graduates with little technical know-how have resulted

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  • Factors Affecting Study Habit Among Secondary School Students

    CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY In the era of globalization and technological revolution, education is considered as a first step for every human activity. It plays a vital role in the development of human capital and is linked with an individual well-being and opportunities for better living. It ensures the acquisition of knowledge and skills that enable individual to increase their productivity and improve their quality of life. Success as the name implies is wished

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  • Dropout Among Secondary School Students in Warri North L.G.a

    and also Nigerian students drop out of school. The problem of high school dropout has generated increased interest among researchers, policy makers and educators in recent years. “Dropout” may refer to dropping out of school or one who quits from school (Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia, 2000). Dropout rates of teens in secondary school are of great interest to educators across the country. An analysis has been done by researchers to identify the risk factors related to high school dropout rates. The

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  • The Impact of Poverty on the Academic Performance of the Secondary School Students in a Local Government in Nigeria

    Bottom of Form • [pic][pic][pic][pic]Home page » • Other Topics Factors Influencing Students Academic Performance In Nigeria In: Other Topics Factors Influencing Students Academic Performance In Nigeria Socio-Economic Factors Influencing Students Academic Performance in Nigeria Some Explanation from a Local Survey Nigeria like any other developing nations has witnessed series of political instability, with obvious effects on educational policies at federal, state and local government

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  • Study Habits and Academic Performance. Study of Secondary School Students in Oguta Local Government Area of Imo State.

    STUDY HABITS AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE. STUDY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN OGUTA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF IMO STATE. TABLE OF CONTENT Title Page i Approval page ii Dedication iii Acknowledgements iv Table of contents v Abstract viii CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background to the Study 1 1.2 Statement of the Problem 2 1.3 Scope of the Study 3 1.4 Purpose of the Study 3 1.5 Significance of the Study 4

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  • Relationship of Open High School Program to the Performance of Private and Public Secondary Schools in the Division of Quezon

    THE RELATIONSHIP OF OPEN HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM TO PERFORMANCE OF PRIVATE AND PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE DIVISION OF QUEZON A Dissertation Proposal Presented to The Faculty of the Graduate School Polytechnic University of the Philippines Sta. Mesa, Manila In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Course RSH 710 - Seminar in Dissertation Writing 2 By Mark Anthony R. Malonzo May 2015 CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

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  • The Influence of Homework on Primary and Secondary School Students

    The Influence of Homework on Primary and Secondary school students As population grows, the world is getting a lot more competitive than few years ago. Chiefly the students who are accepting basic education are all making great effort to achieve academic success. In the process of working hard to get to their aims, homework is always the steps lead them there. To a great extent, school assignments have not only greatly influenced elementary and high school students’ educational improvements, but

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  • Factors That Affect the Academic Performance of High School Students

    A. Student Performance Galiher (2006) and Darling (2005), used GPA to measure student performance because they main focus in on the student performance for the particular semester. B. Learning Facilities Karemera (2003) found that students' performance is significantly correlated with satisfaction with academic environment and the facilities of library, computer lab and etc. in the institution. With regard to background variables, he found a positive effect of high school performance and school

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  • The Effects of Study Habit on the Academic Performance of Students: a Case Study of Some Secondary Schools in Ogun State.

    over. They are Perennialism, Essentialism, Progressivism, and Reconstructionism. These educational philosophies focus heavily on WHAT we should teach the curriculum aspect. Perennialism For Perennialists, the aim of education is to ensure that students acquire understandings about the great ideas of Western civilization. These ideas have the potential for solving problems in any era. The focus is to teach ideas that are everlasting, to seek enduring truths which are constant, not changing, as the

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  • Malnutrition and Its Effect to the Academic Performance of Selected Public High School Student in Gumaca, Quezon During School Year 2015-2016

    Impact of Poor Nutrition on the Academic Performance of Grade Seven learners: A Case of Zimbabwe Kudzai Chinyoka Great Zimbabwe University Department of Educational Foundations Email: chinyokak@gmail.com Doi:10.5296/ijld.v4i3.6169 URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/ijld.v4i3.6169 Abstract This paper examined the impact of poor nutrition on the academic performance of grade seven learners at two primary schools in Chivi, Zimbabwe. Its main objective is to identify mitigation policies

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  • Factors That Affects the School Performance of Students

    Factors That Affect the Academic Performance of Students Who's Parents Are Abroad CHAPTER 2 Review of Related Literature and Studies The researchers are conducting a study on the academic performances of students whose parents are working abroad. But to conduct this study the researchers researched on the definitions of these terms. Academic Performance and its Definitions: Education is one of the fundamental needs that every person from this humanity must acquire and register into

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  • Effects of Romantic Relationships on Academic Performance of High School Students

    was conducted to discover whether or not there is an association between academic performance and involvement in a romantic relationship amongst high school students. The variables looked at were dating status (single or involved), level of involvement in the relationship, and grade point average. Variables were calculated on a survey measuring relationship and school satisfaction. Seventy-five high school students studying in St. Joseph College were surveyed. Approximately fifty-one percent of those

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  • The Effect of Social Activities on the Academic Performance of Students

    socialization. Social factors such as romantic relationship, organisation or clubs and sport activities as been found affecting academic performance in terms of time demanded and psychological state. A student may engage in any of the stated variables, the question is how one strikes a balance between the stressful academic attainment and social activities. In addition social activity involves all activities that have to do with human interaction, therefore education and socialization cannot be treated

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  • The Influence of School Environment on Students’ Academic Performance in Selected Secondary Schools

    THE INFLUENCE OF SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS ABSTRACT The study aimed at finding out the influence of the environment on students' academic performance in selected secondary schools in Origbo Community ,Ife North Local Government Area. The need for the study arose from the fact that much as educators, policymakers and the general public have always wanted students’ academic outcomes to improve, the results in Origbo

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  • Sports in Secondary Schools

    Should Sports Classes be Dropped in Secondary School so Students can Concentrate on Academic Subjects? Name: Institution: Should Sports Classes be Dropped in Secondary School so Students can Concentrate on Academic Subjects? Exercises and sports are important in the secondary school curriculum because they create the much needed break for students from the monotony and stress of academic work. Sports also encourage the students to remain healthy and avoid sicknesses

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  • Impact of Class Size on Learning, Behavioral and General Attitudes of Students in Secondary Schools in Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria

    Attitudes of Students in Secondary Schools in Abeokuta, Ogun State Nigeria Taofeek Ayotunde Yusuf University of Agriculture Makurdi C A. Onifade University of Agriculture, Abeokuta O S. Bello TAIDOB College, Asero Follow this and additional works at: http://digitalcommons.uncfsu.edu/jri Part of the Educational Leadership Commons, Elementary and Middle and Secondary Education Administration Commons, Elementary Education and Teaching Commons, and the Junior High, Intermediate, Middle School Education

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  • Relationship Between Study Habits and Accademic Performance of Secondary School Students

    INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC UNIVERSITY, ISLAMABAD SUBMITTED BY: AtiqaShakeel SUBMITTED TO: ma’am Fauzia Ajmal SUBJECT: Educational Research DATED: 9-05-2016 B.edhons. (Sec edu) 5th semester Faculty of Social Sciences Department of Education Cluster Sampling Definition: Cluster sampling is the sampling method where different groups within a population are used as a sample. This is different from stratified sampling in that you will use the entire group, or cluster, as a sample rather than

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  • Influences in the Teaching Methods of Junior High School Mathematics Teachers in the District of Orani: an Investigation

    INFLUENCES IN THE TEACHING METHODS OF JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEACHERS IN THE DISTRICT OF ORANI: AN INVESTIGATION ________________________ A Thesis Presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School Bataan Peninsula State University City of Balanga, Bataan _______________________ In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Master of Arts in Education Major in Mathematics ______________________ by FAILLA B. PEPITO

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  • The Effects of Computer Game-Playing to the Academic Performance of High School Students

    Approval Sheet This thesis entitled “The Effects of Computer-Game Playing to the Academic Performance of the Grade 10 students of Don Bosco College – Basic Education Department High School Level School Year 2015-2016”, prepared and submitted by Syrell B. Almazan, Axl B. Cantil, Jorish B. Del Rosario, and Cyrihl C. Velasquez, in partial fulfillment of the requirements in English X, is hereby recommended for oral examination. Mr. Artell L. Almonte Subject Teacher Approved by

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  • The Influence of Pantawid Pamilyang Pilipino Program to the Grade 7 Students of Secondary Schools of Tampilisan District

    ABSTRACT Title: THE INFLUENCE OF PANTAWID PAMILYANG PILIPINO PROGRAM TO THE GRADE 7 STUDENTS OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS OF TAMPILISAN DISTRICT: ITS IMPLICATIONS TO EDUCATIONAL MANAGEMENT 1. Total Number of Pages: 107 Text Number of Pages: 88 2.Author : WILFREDA DEYSOLONG-NALZARO 3.Type of Document : Thesis 4.Type of Publication : Unpublished 5.Host Institution : Southern Capital Colleges

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  • The Influence of the School Media Specialist’s Role on Students’ Attitudes and Performance in the Research Process

    The Influence of the School Media Specialist’s Role on Students’ Attitudes and Performance in the Research Process Abstract Many high school students at all achievement levels fail in the research process due to the frustration and anxiety that arise from their inability to efficiently locate and manipulate resources. This frustration causes them to perform poorly and in some cases to abandon the process. At the same time, the media specialist’s training and expertise

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  • Factors Affecting Reading Habits Among Secondary School Students

    THE EFFECTS OF STUDY HABIT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS: A CASE STUDY OF SOME SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OGUN STATE. BY YAKUBU NASIRU N.C.E., B.Ed MAY, 2011 Published Online By: EgoBooster Books © 2011 Omotere Tope Published By: EgoBooster Books, Ogun State, Nigeria. All rights reserved. Identification No: 20070302011 File No: 2011122209 Project Classification: International Relations. This research project is right protected

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  • Strategies for Curbing Truancy Among Secondary School Students in Anambra East Local Government Area of Anambra State.

    STRATEGIES FOR CURBING TRUANCY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN ANAMBRA EAST LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ANAMBRA STATE. CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the Study Truancy means the absence from school frequently by the students. Truancy exist among secondary school student who prefers to stay outside the classroom which now leads to truants. It seems now a phenomenon that has come to stay in our school and institution of higher learning such as colleges of Education, polytechnics

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