GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING Research Project Topics

GUIDANCE AND COUNSELING Research Project Topics

THE IMPACT OF GUARDIAN INVOLVEMENT IN SCHOOL COUNSELING PROGRAMS ON STUDENT ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

ABSTRACT Guardian involvement is the focus of this research work. This research aimed to strategically assess the Impact of Guardian Involvement in School Counseling Programs on Student Academic Achievement in Nigeria. Ex-Post Facto research design was adopted for the study. The population of the study comprised all the staff of selected junior secondary schools and random […]

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THE ROLE OF EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE IN TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIPS AND ACADEMIC SUCCESS

ABSTRACT Emotional intelligence, often abbreviated as EI or EQ (Emotional Quotient) remains the vocal point of this study. The aim of this research was to strategically assess the role of emotional intelligence in teacher-student relationships and academic success. Ex-Post Facto research design was adopted for the study. The study was conducted in selected secondary schools

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POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT AS A PRIME FACTOR IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN IKORODU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE)

We are often talking about students reward for obtaining high grade or getting first position. We are regularly using reinforcement in our daily life in different forms. But mostly this term is used with motivation. Students motivation is the responsibility of both parents and teachers. Some of the high standard organizations are also following the

POSITIVE REINFORCEMENT AS A PRIME FACTOR IN TEACHING AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN IKORODU LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE) Read More »

POLYGAMY AND FAMILY SIZE AS DETERMINANTS OF STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN IKORODU EDUCATIONAL DISTRICT OF LAGOS STATE

INTRODUCTIONIt is assumed that the more stable the family is the more secure the child will be in the home.The child living in the shadow of the broken home is often bewildered by comings and goingsand by the mere fact that essential relationships are not promoted or are broken off anddisrupted at a very impressionable

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PEER GROUP INFLUENCE AND THE TEACHING AND LEARNING ENVIRONMENT ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS FROM SELECTED SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN MAINLAND LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF LAGOS STATE

Introduction 1.1 Background to the Study Adolescents are categories of children that usually form groups in the schools. Truly speaking, adolescence is the most chaotic and stressful of all stages in human life (Wikipedia). In addition, the complexities of contemporaries’ life have made adolescence a major developmental period compared to the ritualized transition; it has

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PATTERN OF CAREER ASPIRATION AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CHEMISTRY STUDENTS

CHAPTER ONE: 1.0 Introduction   Career aspiration is vitally important for today’s youth, who are more than ever “motivated but directionless” (Schneider and Stevenson, 1999). Young people have high ambitions, expecting to be highly educated and have professional careers, yet research has shown that many do not develop coherent plans for achieving their goals (Schneider and

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EFFECT OF ASSERTIVENESS AND EMOTIONAL SELF-AWARENESS ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN ACCOUNTING IN ONDO STATE

I. INTRODUCTION Education is considered as a powerful instrument which brings about favorable changes in the socio-cultural life of nations (Hussain, 2004). While giving and receiving, quality of education depends on emotional balance of the giver and the receiver in the process of education. Teacher’s role is also crucial (Mishera, 2012). According to Zumwalt and

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INVESTIGATING THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENTS ATTITUDINAL BEHAVIOUR TOWARDS EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE ON THEIR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

Introduction Examinations are becoming ends in themselves rather than means to an end. Examinations have become the sole determinants of the student’s academic progress and promotion to higher educational levels. Examinations are major instruments of social mobility and promotions. Maduka (2001) sees undue emphasis placed on certificate as one of the causes of examination malpractice

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INFLUENCE OF PARENTAL DISCIPLINE ON EMOTIONAL ADJUSTMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN LAGOS STATE

Introduction Whereas the goal of parents’ discipline practices is often the acquisition of children’s compliance to parental standards of behavior, the goal of parents’ emotion socialization is to teach children how to understand and manage emotion-laden situations (e.g., disappointment, frustration). A fundamental assumption of emotion-socialization theory and research is that parents’ emotion socialization can account

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INFLUENCE OF BROKEN HOMES ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE (A Case Study of Selected Secondary Schools In Ikorodu Local Government)

CHAPTER ONE Introduction   1.1 Background of the study Broken homes in this context is one that is not structurally intact, as a result of divorce, separation, death of one of parent and illegitimacy. According to Frazer (2004), psychological home conditions arise mainly from illegitimacy of children, the label of adopted child, broken homes, divorce and

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