The Impact of Educational Facilities on the Academic Performance of Students in Secondary Schools in Nigeria

The Impact of Educational Facilities on the Academic Performance of Students in Secondary Schools in Nigeria

STUDENTS EXPOSED TO ADEQUATE FACILITIES PERFORM BETTER THAN THOSE WITHOUT ADEQUATE FACILITIES

          It is a general agreement that facilities help in adequate development of students. A well standardized school will have students with better performance compare to a low developed school. For an effective communication between the teaching and learning process in schools which might result in either a loss in their objectivity or a sense of numerous frustrations for the participants. While the effective provisions of facilities in our schools exist to facilitate and stimulate constructural programme, the building as well as facilities the teaching and learning process in a normal situation. [Read more…]

Peer Group – Its Influence on Academic Performance of Students

Peer Group – Its Influence on Academic Performance of Students

Peer Group – The influence of peer group is one of the major factors to be considered in the development of students in secondary schools. Morrish (2001) a peer group is an equal group, which is composed of individuals with like minds. The relationship involves interaction of equals, thus it is relationship involves interaction of equals, thus it is possible to say that there are age peers, sex peers, intellectual peers, grade peers, social peers and variety of other peers. The peer groups are not permanent in terms of membership; they change their membership as they pass through different stages of development. [Read more…]

Bribery and Corruption on Students Academic Performance

Bribery and Corruption on Students Academic Performance

Bribery – The oxford Advance learners Dictionary defined bribe as offer or promise to bribe in order to influence or persuade him in favour of the giver. Bribery is giving or taking of bribes. The same Dictionary expatiated on corruption as somebody being corrupt.

In tracing the origin of the subject area that is bribery and corruption in IMT chapter. It is not far from its origin in the Nigerian society at large in our macro society (Nigeria traced as the field of initiation and operation. The existence of this act in our institution of high learning is not far from Igbo assertion that says, if the spring river source is contaminated it spreads across the whole stream of river because “a lion does not give birth to a dove”. [Read more…]

Single Parenting and Its Effect on Child’s Education

Single Parenting and Its Effect on Child’s Education

Single Parenting – In approaching marriage and causes of single parenting scientifically, it is necessary to write about the social change on marital stability in our society. Marital stability refers to what constitutes stable relationship between husband, wife and children in a harmonious relationship that is within nuclear family. There are certain factors in our tradition and modern society which militate against marital stability.

Some of these factors can be discussed under vital teaching like courtship, family, organization, age, education, and economic independence. [Read more…]

Impact of Education in Rural Development Process

Impact of Education in Rural Development Process

Impact of Education in Rural Development Process – This chapter concern with reviewing what has been said or written directly or indirectly in relation to this work. The review of relevant literature therefore shall fall under the following heading.

  1. Conceptual Framework
  2. Models of rural development process
  3. Strategies of rural development process
  4. Practice of rural development
  5. Provision of basic infrastructure in rural development
  6. Rural development and education

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