Series-2 (Mar. - Apr. 2020)Mar. - Apr. 2020 Issue Statistics
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|Title||:||A Study On Applying Online Software In Improving English Writingskills Of Students In Advanced Program|
|Authors||:||Nguyen Vu Phong Van || Le Huy Hoang || Phan Minh Huyen|
Abstract: English writing skill is one of the compulsory modules that students in the advanced program of the University of Economics and Business Administration – Thai Nguyen University (TUEBA) are required to take in their academic years. This productive skill plays an important role in students' English language ability as well as in their future career perspectives. However, their self-study efficiency was still low. In order to improve students' writingoutcomes, online soft wares are applied, and after a semester, students' results do improve. This article will provide a clear look at the results of the process.
Key words: English language,writing skill, online software, University of Economics and Business Administration
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. İrshad, H & Muhammad, S. Distance Education as a Strategy for Eliminating Gender Disparity in Pakistan. 2008.
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Abstract: Provision of teaching and learning resources to preschools forms part of the overall policy for quality improvement in early childhood education. The influence of stakeholder involvement to bring out efficient provision of quality and relevance in child education is vital. This implies that stakeholder involvement plays a critical role in procurement of teaching and learning resources in preschools. Despite this involvement, a dearth of scientific research had been documented relating to the examination of factors that influence effectiveness procurement of preschool teaching and learning resources. The objective of this study was to determine the influence of stakeholder involvement approaches on procurement effectiveness of preschools of teaching and learning resources in Nyando Sub-County, Kenya. The objective of the study was to determine the influence of stakeholder participation on procurement effectiveness..........
. Abulencia, A.A.(2013). School-Based Management: A Structural Reform Intervention. Center for Linkages and Extension, Philippine Normal University. Accessed and retrieved from http://goo.gl
. Ahawo, H.A. &Simatwa, E.M.W. (2015).Contribution of Stakeholders to Provision of Teaching/Learning Resources in Enhancement of Girls Academic Achievement in Kenya: A Case Study of Siaya County.Greener Journal of Educational Research, 5(4):176-193, http://doi.org/10.15580/GJER.2015.4.081615116.
. Angokho, A. C., Juma, S., & Douglas, M. (2014). Challenges in achieving transparency and accountability in public procurement procedures in secondary schools Sabatia Sub County, VihigaCounty , Kenya. International Journal of Innovative Research &Development, 3(5), 324–330.
. Arrowsmith, S. (2010). Public Procurement:Basic Concepts and the coverage of Procurement rules. EU Asia InterUniversity Network.
. Bae, S. (2018). Redesigning systems of school accountability: A multiple measures approach to accountability and support. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 26(0), 8. https://doi.org/10.14507/epaa.26.2920
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Abstract: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of occupational stress on the provision of quality service in Manzini primary schools of Eswatini. The study was qualitative in nature and utilised the phenomenological research design. Data were collected from seven teachers, four principals and 16 learners in four primary schools using interviews, observations and document analysis. Findings from the study indicated that primary school teachers mainly conceptualized occupational stress as the emotional strain they suffered due to work related challenges. The study showed that teachers exhibited stress through absenteeism, headache, anger, and aggression directed learners and to other stakeholders. The study established that work related stress negatively interfered with the provision........
Index Words: Occupational stress, quality service, issues of trustworthiness, phenomenology
. Baraza, O., & Simatwa, E. (2016). Influence of employment factors on stress among public secondary school teachers in Kenya. A case study of Kakamega north sub-country. Greener Journal of Educational Research,6(3), 091-114.
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. Dlamini, C. (2014). An investigation of work-related stress among high school teachers in the Hhohho region of Swaziland.Master's Thesis: University of Swaziland.
. Dube, A. (2015). Stressed teacher found dead in her own house.TheTimes of Swaziland. Mbabane: African Echo (Pty) Ltd
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|Title||:||The Effect of an Academic Enhancement Program on Student Performance|
|Authors||:||Demetria R. Johnson-Weeks || Claude R. Superville|
Abstract: This study examines the utility of an academic enhancement program on the grade-point-averages of incoming freshman who enrolled at a historical black university in Texas. The value of the academic enhancement program, as shown by differences in the grade-point-average and academic performance of incoming freshmen who attended the program and those who did not attend the summer academy program,isevaluated as is the effect of demographic and school related factors of gender, ethnicity, SAT, enrollment status onstudent performance.
Key Words: Summer Bridge Program, GPA, Demographic Factors
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. Barnett, E., Bork, R., Mayer, A., Pretlow, J., Wathington, H., & Weiss, M. (2012). Bridging the gap: An impact study of eight developmental summer bridge programs in Texas. National center for postsecondary research, Retrieved from http://www.mdrc.org/publications/638/execsum.pdf
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Abstract: The Basic School Certificate Examination (BSCE) is a summative examination taken by candidates at the end (the ninth year) of Basic schooling (six years primary and three years Junior Secondary school) Education in Nigeria. The Examination is in two versions- (a) the one being conducted by the States' Ministries of Education (MOE) and (b) the Federal version being conducted by the National Examination Council (NECO). The growing concern among stake holders about the predictive validity of the State version of the BSCE for the SSSCE necessitated this study. The study was undertaken to find out whether there is significant relationship between the performance of students in the BSCE and their SSSCE performance.One thousand (1000) students in.......
Key Words: Predictive Validity, Basic School, Senior Secondary School, Certificate examinations, Performance, Rivers State.
. Adewolu, B.A. (1999). Predictive Validity of the Osun State Junior Secondary certificate Examination for Academic Performance of Students in the Senior Secondary Schools.Unpublished M. A. Education Thesis, ObafemiAwolowo University, lie-Ife, Nigeria.
. Akin, L.R. (1979).Psychological Testing and Assessment. London: Allyn and Bacon, Inc.
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. Chijioke, F. A. (1990). Test Administration Processes in Nigeria: WAEC Experience. In WAEC Test Development and Administration Processes in Nigeria: Problems and Solutions, Yaba, Lagos: WAEC National Office.
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Abstract: The study investigated the effects of sequential usage of three teaching methods on the academic achievement of senior secondary school students in biology. Four research questions and four hypotheses guided the study. The quasi-experimental design, specifically the pretest posttest nonequivalent group design was used. A sample of 154 Senior Secondary School year two (SS 2) biology students from Onitsha Education Zone of Anambra State were involved in the study. The instrument for data collection was Biology Achievement Test (BAT) validated by three experts. The reliability of the instrument was established using Kuder-Richardson Formula 20 which yielded coefficient of internal consistency of 0.94. The treatment involves exposing the three groups of students........
Keywords: sequential usage, achievement, teaching methods, osmosis
. Ahmed, M. A. &Abimbola, I. O. (2011). Influence of teaching experience and school location on biology teachers' rating of the difficult levels of nutrition concepts in Ilorin, Nigeria. JOSTMED, 7(2), 52- 61.
. Al-Rawi, I. (2013). Teaching methodolgy and its effects on quality learning. Journal ofEducation and Practice, 4(6), 100-105.
. Ameh, P.O. & Dantani, Y.S (2012). Effects of lecture and demonstration methods on the academic achievement of students in chemistry in Nassarawa Local Government Area of Kano State. International Journal of Modern SocialSciences, 1(1), 29-37.
. Arubayi, D.O. (2003). An evaluation of the current research efforts in science curriculum in Nigeria. Journal of Education and Society, 6(1), 96-104.
. Arubayi, D.O. (2009). Lecturer quality and gender in colleges of education in Nigeria. College Students Journal, 43(2), 669-675.
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|Title||:||Differences of Language Mastery and Personality Between Monolingualism Children and Bilingual Children|
Abstract: Background: Indonesia has its national langugage and most people in indonesia can or should speak Indonesian and most parents teach their children to speak Indonesian. Some parents believed that one must speaks Indonesian to be an Indonesian and it is the gateway to be a part of Indonesian society. In other words, by speaking Indonesian, someone could communicate well and ease them in interact to one and another. However, in Indonesia, there are alot of people which Indonesian is not their first languge for example, some pople who still using their traditional language as their one and only language or their first language. As parents who are raised from a traditional language speaker will have their children speak their traditional language too and it will make...
Key Word:Language Mastery, Personality, Monolingualism Children and Bilingual Children.
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Abstract: This study examined family variables, school type and emotional adjustment of secondary school students in Calabar Education Zone. To achieve this purpose, the theory of social learning by Albert Bandura, self-determination theory by Ryan and Deci, Emotional intelligence theory by Konstantin and theory of adolescent planned behavior by Ajzen were used. Also four research questions and four hypotheses were formulated. Empirical literature review was done according to the sub-variables of the study. The study adopted the ex-post facto research design, while the stratified and simple random sampling techniques were used to select a sample of 883 students which was 18.2% of the total population of 4842 secondary school students in the study area. A questionnaire titled 'Family Variables, School type and Emotional Adjustment Scale (FVSTEAS) was used for data collection. The instrument was validated by experts in the area of Educational Psychology and Measurement and Evaluation. The reliability of the instrument was established using the Cronbach alpha reliability........
Keywords: emotional adjustment, family structure, parenting style, school type, family communication
. Akaa, P. I. (2015). Family communication and students moral adjustment in secondary schools in Benin City, Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Family Psychology,12(2), 91-93.
. Akanbi, Y. G., Gbadebo, S. N. O., Adesola, I. F. N., Olawole-Isaac, C. C. S., Sowumi, T. B. & Godwin, A. M. (2017). Gender, parent job-type and family size as determinants of junior secondary school students‟ academic performance. International Journal of Humanities and Social Science, 1(4), 33-42.
. Akinade, T. C. (2002). A survey of library and information services to physically-challenged students in academic libraries in Ogun State, Nigeria. E-journal of library and information science, 3(32), 55-71.
. Akrafi, A. D. (2001). The influence of family socio-economic status on the academic achievement of secondary school: Student in Computer Studies in Bauchi Metropolis of Bauchi State, Nigeria. International Journal of Research in Humanities, Arts and Literature,5(7), 123-1422.
. Ali, F. G. (2009). Family size and social adjustment in secondary schools in Edo State, Nigeria. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences,62(1), 17-19.