Series-3 (Jan. - Feb .2020)Jan. - Feb .2020 Issue Statistics
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|Title||:||Administrative Autonomy and the Management of Universities in Cross River State, Nigeria|
|Authors||:||Esien, Obia Ekpenyong (Ph.D) || Bassey, Moses Obeten|
Abstract: The study sought to investigate administrative autonomy and effective management of universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. One research question was posed and one hypothesis was postulated for the study. The study adopted the ex-post facto research design. The study covered the two public universities in Cross River State Nigeria, namely University of Calabar and Cross River University of Technology. The population of the study comprised all staff (academic and non-academic) in the two public universities in Cross River State, Nigeria. In all, a total of 857 Staff, academic and non-academic in each institution were randomly selected as sample for the study. The instrument for data collection was a 30 item questionnaire titled "Administrative Autonomy and Management.....
Keywords: Administrative, Autonomy, Management, Universities
. Adegbite JGO (2007). The Education Reform Agenda: Challenges for tertiary education administration in Nigeria; being a paper presented at the sixth annual seminar of the Conference of Registrars of Colleges of Education in Nigeria (South West Zone) at the College of Education, Ikere-Ekiti, Ekiti State.
. Adepoju TL (2002). Quality control of UBE in Nigeria: policy options. In T. Ajayi, J. O. Fadipe, P. K. Ojedele and E. E. Oluchukwu (eds). Planning and administration for UBE in Nigeria. NIEPA Publications.
. Ajayi IA, Ayodele JB (2002). Fundamentals of educational management. Ado-Ekiti: Green Line Publishers.
. ASUU (2002) A communiqué of the NEC meeting of ASUU, Federal University of Technology, Mina.
. Babalola, A. (2014) University Autonomy and Good Governance. Text of a lecture delivered at the 2014 conference of pro-chancellors of Nigerian universities. Held at the Shehu Musa Yar‟dua Centre, Abuja. Retrieved on 25th June, 2019 from http/:www.abuad.edu.ng/universityautonomyand-good-governance
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|Title||:||Learning Stratergies for Improving Reflection in Engineering Education in Vietnam|
|Authors||:||Nguyen Hung Hoa || Ngo Anh Tuan|
Abstract: Reflection was the best competence for students to recognize themselves in learning environment, which helped students apply their knowledge flexibly in different circumstances. In Vietnam, engineering students could understand their knowledge and practice well in the experimental room in university or in the factory of company while they were studying. After graduating, they did not focus on the existed skills in themselves yet and they did not know how to apply the knowledge or skills effectively in the new circumstance. They, therefore, had not been satisfied with the companies' needs yet. The reason was come from that using reflection of students, which was not.....
Key words: Reflection, Reflective Competence, Teaching and Learning of Engineer
. Tran, A. T. (2009). Binging Training and Employment - universities and enterprises. Journal of Science at Vietnam National University, Hanoi, 77-81.
. Bui, H. (2015). Đào tạo nguồn nhân lực trình độ trung cấp chuyên nghiệp theo định hướng gần nhà trường với doanh nghiệp. Journal of Science of HNUE, 64-71.
. Pham, T. V. (2013). Some theory and activity about teaching self-learning skills at TraVinh University. Scientific Journal, 76-83.
. Bernold, L., Bingham, W., McDonald, P., & Attia, T. (2000). Impact of holistic and learning‐oriented teaching on academic success. Journal of Engineering Education, 89(2), 191-200.
. Kolb, A. D. (2015). Experiental learning: Experience as the source of learning and development (2 ed.): Pearson Education.
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Abstract: The study investigated test-taking strategies used before and during test and the academic performance of Secondary School Students in Chemistry tests and also the relationship between test-taking strategies before test and students' academic performance in Chemistry. Descriptive survey design was adopted. The population of the study consisted of all Senior Secondary Chemistry students with the sample size of 288 SSIII Chemistry students which were selected from 18 public schools in six Local Government Areas using multistage sampling procedure. The research instruments used are Test-taking Strategies Questionnaire (TSQ) and Chemistry Achievements Test (CAT) in which validity was ascertained by Experts in Science Education and reliability of the instruments TSQ and CAT were determined through Cronbach Alpha and Split half with the co-efficients of 0.74 and 0.85.....
Key words: Mnemonics, Testwiseness, Permutation, Peer-tutoring, Skimming of question and Time Management.
. Alonge, M.F. (2004): Measurement and Evaluation in Education and Psychology, Ado-Ekiti, Adebayo Printing (Nig.) Ltd. 2nd Edition.
. Ayodele, C. S. (2017). Undergraduate Students Feedback On Examination Conducted In Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, Nigeria. Journal Of Counselling And Applied Psychology (JOCAP). 4(1) 161
. Brown, D. (2004). Language Assessment Principles and Classroom Practices. New York: Pearson Education Ltd. Andi Asmawati,
. Dodeen, H., (2009). Test-related characteristics of UAEU students: Test-anxiety, test-taking skills, guessing, attitudes toward tests, and cheating. Journal of Faculty of Education, 26(1): 31-66.
. Fehintola, J.O. (2009). The Effect Of Family Background And Environmental Factors On Academic Achievement Of Secondary School Students: A Study Of Selected Secondary School Students In Saki West Local Government Area. International Journal Of Distance Education. 4, 51-64.
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|Title||:||An Analysis of Directive Speech Actformed and Used In the Movie (A study of pragmatic aspect in utterance by using a movie: Nanny McPhee)|
Abstract: Pragmatics is one of linguistics studies that are quite attractive to learn more about. There are many aspects of pragmatics; one of them is dealing with speech acts. Speech acts is the study of intended meaning the utterances speaker or writer. Speech acts consist of many categories; one of them is directive speech act. This paper aimedto classify and described the types and the meanings of directive speech acts uttered by characters in "Nanny McPhee" movie. The data were collected from the utterances of the characters in Nanny McPheemovie by using participant observation method. The methods of collecting the data in this research are watching the original movie, note taking the entire directive speech act formed in the movie. Then, the data were analyzed by using contextual method....
Key words: directive, speech act, Nanny McPhee
. Allan, Keith. 1986. Linguistic Meaning (Volume Two). London: Routledge&Kegan Paul plc.
. Allen, R. C., and D. Gomery. 1985. Film History: Theory and Practice. New York: McGraw-Hill Inc.
. Austin, J.L. 1962. How to Do Things with Words. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
. Leech, Geoffrey. 1993. Prinsip-prinsipPragmatik (diterjemahkanoleh M.D.D. Oka danSetyadiSetyapranata). Jakarta: PenerbitUniversitas Indonesia.
. Mahsun. 2005. MetodePenelitianBahasa: TahapanStrategi, Metode, danTekniknya. Jakarta: PT. Raja GrafindoPersada.
. Nadar, F.X. 2009.PragmatikdanPenelitianPragmatik. Yogyakarta: GrahaIlmu.
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Abstract: The continued existence of poverty, high rates of crimes, unemployment and other social problems are indicators which shows that the aims of education generally has not been achieved. This paper discusses the need to restructure Science education to reflect entrepreneurship so that we can hopefully have graduates that can be self-reliant. This is because the present science education has not achieved its aim of making graduates self-reliant. Entrepreneurship education, if introduced intoscience education will produce graduates who can effectively manage private businesses. In this paper, the concept of entrepreneurship education was explained and advantages, challenges and solution to the problems militating against entrepreneurship education were outlined. The paper also gave an insight into what science education will look like when entrepreneur ship education is included into secondary school curriculum. This situation applies to the aspects of science education. Suggestions and recommendations were also forwarded
Keywords: Science Education, Enterpreneurship and self reliant
. Aguele, L. I., &Agwagah, U. N. V. (2007). Female participation in science, technology, and mathematics (STM) education in Nigeria and national development. Journal of Social Science, 15(12), 121-126. Retrieved January 17, 2013, from http://www.krepublishers.com/02-journal1JSS-15.0-000-2007 web/JSS-15-2-000-000-2007
. Ashomore, M. C. (1989). Challenging creativity through entrepreneurship. In Keys tothe future of small business in Lankard B. E.. The Vocational education/entrepreneurship match. ERIC Digest.. Ayogu, Z. U. (2002). Challenges of science, technology and mathematics (STM) education, policy implementation in Nigeria schools in the science teacher today. Journal of School of Sciences, 4(1).Federal College of Education, Eha-Amufu, Enugu State, Nigeria.
. Bolarinwa, K. O. (2001). Incorporating entrepreneurship education into business education curriculum: An equilibrium way for sustainable poverty alleviation in Nigeria. A paper presented at The 14th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association ofTeachers of Technology (NATT) (pp. 152-156), Nigeria.
. Butter, R. (1990).Artisans and entrepreneurs in the rural Philippines: Case Monograph 2.Amsterdam Vu University Press.
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Abstract: The study aimed at establishing the awareness and proficiency in technology integration for English language teaching among secondary school teachers in Nsukka LGA. To meet this aim, the study adopted a descriptive survey design. And was guided by three research questions. Thirty (30) English Language teachers, sampled out of the total population in the study area, were used as the respondents. Observation check list, unstructured interview and questionnaire copies were used for data collection. The data collected were analysed using mean, standard deviation and percentage. The findings of the study amongst others indicates that the proficiency of teacher in utilising technology is in a fairly high extent. Based on the findings and implications of the study, recommendations were made particularly on the training and re-training of teachers in relation to utilization of technologies; and provisions and maintenance of the technologies for optimum integration.
KEYWORDS: English language in Nigeria, Technology Integration, Awareness, Proficiency
. Akabogu J. U., Attama, C. P., Uloh-Bethels, A. C., Nnamani, A. P., Ukoha, E., and Ede, M. O. (2018). Availability and extent of use of information and communication technology (ICT) facilities in the teaching of Oral English in secondary schools. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 13 (21): 15108-15117.
. Akpabio, M. E. And Ogiriki, I. B. (2017). Teachers use of information and communication technology (ICT) in teaching English language in senior secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State. Equatorial Journal of Education and Curriculum Studies. 2 (2): 28-33
. Azikiwe, U. (1998). Language teaching and learning. Onitsha: Africana-FEP Publishers.
. Dockstader J. (1999) Teachers of the 21st century know the what, why, and how of technology integration. T H E Journal, 26 (6), p73, 2p.
. Egbe, C. I. (2015). Effects of integrative language teaching approach on secondary School students' achievement and interest in English grammar. Unpublished PhD Thesis. Department of Arts Education, University of Nigeria
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Abstract: Emotional and behavioural disorders (EBD) in learners obstruct effective teaching and learning. However, the perceptions that educators have towards learners with EBD may or may not hinder the teaching and learning of these learners. This paper aimed at investigating how regular primary school teachers view the inclusion of learners with EBD in the general primary schools in Chiwoko zone, Lilongwe district, Malawi. The sample of the study consisted of 80 primary teachers from five different primary schools. The respondents completed a questionnaire with Likert-scale questions and a focus group discussion. The study findings showed that teachers had an overall positive perception towards the inclusion of learners with EBD in regular schools. Findings from the focus group discussions.....
Key words: attitude, emotional and behavioural disorders, inclusion
. Anderson, S. R. (2012). Psycho-Educational Processes as Strategies for Students Presenting with Emotional and Behavioural Disorders, 2(7), 25–36.
. Arseneau, N. E. (2011). Factors that Affect the Success of Students with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Inclusive Placements. Southern IIIinois University Carbondale.
. Banks, L. M., & Zuurmond, M. (2015). Barriers and enablers to inclusion in education with disabilities in Malawi. Oslo, Norway: Norwegian Association of Disabled.
. Berendt, M. (2013). Ensuring the Sucess of Struggling Learners: The Role of Principle. The University of Victoria.
. Boer, de A., Pijl, J. S., & Minnaert, A. (2010). Attitudes of parents towards inclusive education : A review of the literature, (May 2014). https://doi.org/10.1080/08856251003658694
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Abstract: The study aimed at identifying the aspects of the negative behavior among students of the Islamic
University in Gaza-Palestine. The researchers used the analytical descriptive method. The study's tool was a
questionnaire applied on(151) university's teachers.The results of the study were as the following: The
prevalence degree of the negative behavior among students of the Islamic University from the viewpoint of their
teachers had a relative weight (%65.4), and the highest statements in the negative behavior came as the
following: students focus on achieving degrees more than acquiring beneficial experiences,students base on
abstracts without referring to references, studentscrowd around elevators, andstudents waste university free
time without benefiting. Furthermore.......
Keywords: prevalence,negative behavior, Islamic University
. Al-Athamna, Abdul Lateef (2003). The Behavioral Problems and Difficulties of High School Students in Governmental Schools from the Point of View of the Educational Supervisors in the Northern Governorates of Palestine. (Master Thesis). Al-Najah University. Nablus
. Abdul Ghani, Huda (2015). The Undesirable Behaviors of University Students from the Viewpoint of their Teachers. The Journal of Educational and Psychological Research. No. (44).
. Ali, A., Gracey, D., (2013) Dealing with Student Disruptive Behavior in the Classroom. A case Example of the Coordination between Faculty and Assistant Dean for Academics. Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. Vol. 10.
. Attia, Nawal (2001). Psychology and Social and Psychosocial Adaptation. Cairo House for Book, Cairo.
. Abu Mandeel, Wissam (2016). The Behavioral Problems of Teenagers Using Smartphones and their Relationship with a Domestic Communication from the Parent's Point of View. (Master Thesis). Islamic University of Gaza..
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Abstract: This study aims to determine the sense of security of elementary school children in Kupang Regency, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia. The survey was conducted in 56 elementary schools with a sample of 1678 (868 boys and 810 girls). The number of such samples is taken in the low class (class I, II and III). A sample of 226 teachers (40 male and 186 female teachers) spread across 7 sub-districts in Kupang Regency. The study was conducted with a mix method (quantitative and qualitative). Sampling of children in this study using the Slovin formula for an error rate of 2%, so that the sample of children taken in this study were 1678 children. Of this amount the sampling was done using the Proportionate Stratified Random Sampling technique. Furthermore, samples will be taken per school, per class and per gender proportionally and randomly so that the number of boys is 868 people and girls are 810 people. Sampling for teachers in this study used the Slovin formula for an error rate of 5% so that the total.......
Keywords: security, children, assessment literacy, positive discipline
. Ande, Andreas. 2009. Revitalisasi Pola Asuh Berbasis Budaya Lokal Masyarakat Matri lineal Nusa Tenggara Timur Dalam Kaitan dengan Pengem-bangan Anak Usia Dini. Lemlit Undana: Kupang.
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