ADULT EDUCATION Research Project Topics

ADULT EDUCATION Research Project Topics

HOME FACTORS AS CORRELATES OF ACADEMIC STAFF JOB PERFORMANCE

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Universities all over the world have the prime objectives of imparting knowledge and producing sound intellectuals through teaching, research and community services. To effectively deliver these objectives, qualified and competent academics are harnessed. However, academic staff can only reach the peak performance if they are adequately motivated assuming […]

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PRINCIPAL’S MANAGEMENT BEHAVIOUR AND EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE IN LAGOS STATE SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS STUDENTS

The study was carried out to determine principal’s management behaviour and examination malpractice in Lagos state senior secondary schools students. Three specific purposes were raised for this study. Three research questions guided the study. This study adopted a descriptive survey research design. The population of the study comprised all the 6,974 secondary school teachers in

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FACTORS INFLUENCING SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN ONDO NIGERIA

Earlier research has focused to explore the factors that are related to the academic performance of university students [Hijazi and Naqvi (2006); Vandamme, et al. (2005); Cheesman, et al. (2006)]. In this paper we want to develop a model for academic performance of students of university of Gujrat, Gujrat, Pakistan. To develop this model we

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CAUSES OF DISPARITY BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE ENROLLMENT IN ADULT EDUCATION

Abstract This study examined the causes of disparity between male and female enrollment in adult education in Rivers State. A sample of 323 students (262 Male and 61 Female) was selected through simple random sampling technique from Rivers State University (RIVSU) and Ignatius Ajuru University of Education (IAUOE), Port Harcourt from the Department of Technical

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PROFESSIONALISM IN BUSINESS EDUCATION: IMPEDIMENTS AND SOLUTIONS

IntroductionBusiness Education is a programme of study in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. It isaimed at preparing students for teaching and engaging in business activities either asemployee or employer. It is a kind of Education that equips students with relevant skills orabilities to fit in the job world. Business Education is an integral programme that gives

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DISTANCE EDUCATION AT THE UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS: PROBLEMS OF QUALITY AND MANAGEMENT 

ABSTRACT Distance learning and e-learning have significantly developed in recent years. It is also due to changing educational requirements, especially for adults. The article aims to show the advantages and disadvantages of distance learning. Examples of the 20-year use of the distance learning form of computer science describe the difficulties associated with the implementation and

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ADULT EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: THE CONSEQUENCE OF NEGLECT AGENDA FOR ACTION

Introduction In Nigeria, (Moja, 2000) singles out the problem of poor implementation of policy as having contributed to the failure of Education in assisting in the social and economic development of the country. Nnazov (2005) observes a shortage of qualified ACE teachers in most countries and asserts that it is common in developing countries for

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EFFECT OF UTILIZING ADULT EDUCATION IN ACHIEVING SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN AKWA IBOM STATE

1. Introduction After several years of consultations, involving many participants and organizations,the “post-2015 Agenda”has been developed and global goals for the future adopted in 2015. Between the “era”of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs, 2000–2015)and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs, 2015–2030), humanity is still facing the some old challenges, such as poverty, increased social gaps among countries,which

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STUDENTS’ CONCEPTIONS OF THREE – DIMENSIONAL ORGANIC MOLECULAR STRUCTURES IN CHEMISTRY

ABSTRACT The study was conducted to identify students’ levels of conceptions of three-dimensional (3-D) organic molecular structures in Chemistry, in senior secondary schools (SS III) in Agbani education zone of Enugu State. Three research questions and two null hypotheses guided the study. Descriptive survey research design was employed for the study. The population for the

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ATTITUDE OF ADOLESCENTS TOWARDS THE LEARNING OF VOCATIONAL SKILLS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   Background to the Study In Nigeria, secondary school curriculum provides both the academic and pre-vocational subjects with the overriding objective of inspiring students with a desire for self-employment and achievement of excellence; and to provide technical knowledge and vocational skills necessary for Agricultural, Industrial, Commercial and Economic development. These goal statements had guided

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