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ABSTRACT: The study examined Activity Method and Academic Performance of Senior Secondary School Students in Physics. Three (3) null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. An experimental design was adopted. Four (4) secondary schools in the area were used for the study. A sample of one hundred and twenty (120) students were selected using simple random sampling technique. Physics Achievement Test (PAT) was adopted as the instrument for data collection. The data collected were subjected to statistical analysis using independent t-test. The results revealed that students exposed to activity method performed significantly better than their counterparts exposed to lecture…

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ABSTRACT: The study investigates school facilities and academic performance of students in Government in Secondary schools in Ukanafun Local Government Area. The study examines the influence of school Ict facilities and school library facilities and academic performance of students in Government. Two research questions were formulated to guide the study. Literature was reviewed based on variables of the study. The study adopted survey research design. The population of the study was 2986 Government students in all the ten (10) public secondary schools in Ukanafun Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. Data for the study were generated through an instrument…

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ABSTRACT: The study on The Effect of Denominational Practices on the Growth of the Church tries to find out if denominational practices have significant effect on church growth; the study also tries to identify the different denominations in Nigeria and their impact on churches; the study tries also to know whether denominational practices contribute to church growth. Primary data was used for the purpose of the study with a sample size of 60 respondents; the study concluded that denominational practices have significant effect on church growth. The study made of spearman correlation to analysis the hypothesis. The study therefore concluded…

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ABSTRACT: This  study on the influence of teacher-student relationship in academic performance in biology students in Okobo Local Government Area. Three (3) research questions and hypotheses were formulated to guide the study based on pre-stated objectives. A literature review was carryout on the previous studies, views and postulation of authorities and    scholars. The study adopted a survey research design. The population of the study comprises of 1063 SS2 students who offered government for 2020/2021 academic session. The selected consisted of one hundred (100) students randomly selected from four (4) schools in the study area. A structural questionnaire titled “Teachers’-Students’ Relationship…

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ABSTRACT: The study determine the Influence of Instructional Materials on Teacher’s Job Performance in Pre-Primary Schools in Uyo Local Government Area. In order to achieve this objective, four specific objectives were raised which included: Identify the level of availability of instructional materials being used for teaching in pre-primary schools. In line with these objectives, four research questions were formulated and four null hypotheses were posited. The total population for the study is the Pre-primary schools in Uyo which was made up of 50 Teachers’. Descriptive Survey research design was adopted for this study. A total of 50 respondents made up…

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Cultural Education Programmes as a Tool for Community Development CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background to the Study Cultural education renders a significant contribution to the transfer to knowledge, competencies and values among individuals. Within the course of pursuance of cultural education, the individuals generate awareness in terms of morality and ethics. These are regarded indispensable for the development of one’s personality, adequate sustenance of living conditions, achieving one’s goals and objectives and enrichment of the overall quality of life. Cultural education facilitates in the development of skills and abilities, as these are necessary for the individuals to carry out various…

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ABSTRACT: This research was on Audio-Visual Materials Utilization and Academic Performance of Students in Biology. Two hundred (200) senior secondary two Biology students formed the simple size for the study. A simple random sampling technique was used in the selected of the students from five secondary schools in the area. A quasi-experimental research design was used. Data collected were analyzed using the independent t-test. The result showed that audio-visual model instructional materials utilization greatly improves the academic performance of Biology in secondary school. This means that the students taught Biology with the used of the audio-visual materials perform academically better…

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ABSTRACT: This research work examined the Effects of Team Teaching Strategy on the Achievement of Biology Students. Research questions and two null hypotheses were stated and tested at 0.05 levels of significance. The population of the study comprised all senior secondary two (SS2) Government students. The sample size used for the study was one hundred students (100) drawn from four public schools. Biology Achievement Test (BAT) was the instrument used to collect data for the study. Data obtained for the study were analyzed using mean, standard deviation and t-test statistics analysis, findings showed that: There is a significant difference between…

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ABSTRACT: This study investigate the utilization of web base resources and teaching of Biology in secondary schools. Research questions were asked to guide the study. The study adopted a survey research design and 40 Biology teachers randomly drown from ten (10) schools to the sample of the study. Instrument used for data collection was questionnaires and simple percentage was used to analyze the data. The findings revealed that web-based resources are available in a less extent in secondary schools. It also reveals that web-based resources are utilized in a very low extent in the Area. Base on the finding, it…

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ABSTRACT: This study investigates Educational Media Utilization and the Teaching of Biology in Secondary Schools. Research questions which emanated from the specific objectives guided the study. The study adopted a survey research design; the population was made up of 28 biology teachers from nine (9) public secondary schools in the study area. The sample size was ten using a purposive sampling technique. The major instrument for data collection was a questionnaire and the method of data analysis was simple percentage. Findings showed that 60% of the educational media under study were utilized. The challenges faced by the teachers include among…

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