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Abstract: It is being believed that Muslims do not do idol worship . It is myth . Before origin of the universe all things were in form of tachyons particles which are made up of two basic building blocks – Yang and Yin or mind and mass part of reality ( Not set of informations Code PcPs – Originator of all sets of informatins Code PcPs ) . To understand concept of idol worship we have to understand Basic Building Blocks ( B.B.B – Mind – CCP , Code PcPs or set of informations and CP and Mass -- Fig 1 ). The Creator B.B.B or Almighty B.B.B has considered them as smallest idols. Hence He has made idol picture of male and female parallel to these B.B.Bs Fig 1 . The fundamental belief of all religions on which the base ( Main Pillars ) of all religions is stood are these two God particles...........
Key words; Basic Building Blocks , Mind and Mass , Atomic genetics , Atomic transcription and Translation , Tachyons.
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. Das V.M Who is Lord Ram? Whether King, Trinity or Hypothetical Legend of Some Story. IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSR-JRME) Volume 8, Issue 6 Ver. V. PP 74-86 (Nov. – Dec. 2018),
. Das V.M. Life In Idol (In Statue) Is True ( Pran Pratishtha ) And It Is By Virtue of Sleeping And Arousal Property of Basic Building Blocks Which Is Property of Life ( New Definition ) . Death Is Illusion . Concept of Soul Is Myth. " Religion Is Lame Without Science And Science Is Blind Without Religion " Einstein IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSR-JRME) Volume 8, Issue 2 Ver. V (Mar. – Apr. 2018), PP 59-86
. Das V.M. Adam's Bridge Formation ( Floating of Stones) By Virtue of Prayer Done By Lord Ram Rather than Any Miracle Claimed By Hindu Believers . it Was Lawlessness That Triggered ByUnconditioned Thought Expression By First order Of Universe ( AGE By Quantum Entanglement ) IOSR Journal of Research & Method in Education (IOSR-JRME) Volume 7, Issue 6 Ver. VII (Nov. – Dec. 2017), PP 25-56 www.iosrjournals.org
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|Title||:||Predictive Validity of School and Student Factors on Secondary School Students' Academic Performance in Physics|
|Authors||:||APATA, Olukayode Emmanuel|
Abstract: The study investigated the predictive validity of school and students' factors on secondary school students' academic performance in physics. The result reveals that four of the school and students' factors (availability of instructional materials, teachers' qualification, background in mathematics and parental socioeconomic status) have positive influence on students' performance in physics while the remaining two factors (school environment and parental motivation) have negative correlation on students' performance in physics. The result also revealed that students' background in mathematics significantly predicts students' academic performance in physics. The study concluded that, physics teachers should teach prerequisite mathematics concepts in physics before engaging them in real physics teaching as this will allow for meaningful understanding and integration of mathematics concept embedded in physics..
Keywords: Predictive Validity, School Factors, Students' Factors, Academic Performance, Physics
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|Title||:||The Influence of Madrasah Principalship on Teacher Performance in Min Bandar Lampung City|
|Authors||:||Nizam Pahlepi || Irawan Suntoro|
Abstract: The purpose of this study is to examine the influence of madrasah principalship , professional development and self-confidence on teacher performance in public islamic primary school or madrasah ibtidaiyah negeri (MIN)Bandar Lampung city. This type of research is associative research with ex post facto approach. A sample of 132 teachers were randomly slected from 317 teacher in MIN Bandar Lampung City. The main data collection techniques usedwas questionnaire selected were analyzed using simple linear regression statistical techniques and multiple regression. The results of the study were obtained There is a positive and significant influence of the leadership of the madrasah principalship on teacher performance in the MIN Bandar Lampung City.
Keywords:principals' leadership, teacher performance
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Abstract: Homophobia at school is based on the existence of a normative sexuality to be followed. Since the school does not act effectively to extinguish it, young people decide to impose changes in their behavior to preserve their physical integrity. We start from the assumption that the body means a relationship between the subject and its socio-cultural insertion. The study data are derived from a master's dissertation research. It followed a qualitative descriptive design with non - probabilistic sampling, for convenience. We interviewed ten homosexual men between 18 and 30 years, victims of homophobic violence in schools in Manaus, Brazil. We used a semi-structured interview...........
Keywords: Homophobia; school; body; masculinities
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Abstract: This study examined the effects of teachers' age, gender, marital status and teaching experiences on work motivation in public secondary schools across Edo State of Nigeria. The study employed a descriptive correlation research design for the purpose of investigation. A multi-stage sampling technique comprising stratified, random and purposive sampling was used to select the sample of 520 teachers from 31 public senior secondary schools in the three Senatorial Districts of Edo State. Teachers' Job Motivation Questionnaires (TJMQ) on a five-point rating scale, was used to elicit information on teachers' demographic variables and indices of motivations............
Keywords: Teachers' work motivation, public secondary schools, Edo state, Nigeria
. Ahiauzu, L. U., Diepriye, F. &Onwuchekwa, C. A.Relationship between motivational factors and teachers' performance on the job in Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area, of Rivers state.Mediterranean Journal of Social Sci.,2011:2(5), 23-26.
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. Herzberg, F., Mausner, B. &Synderman, B. B. The motivation to work. New Bunswick, USA: Transaction Publishers, 1957. Retrieved from: http://www.businessballs,com>herzberg
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Abstract: Performance analysis of teachers in improving the quality of students through the culture of school organizations is very important in the study of Religious values. Because the variables are interconnected and contribute very strongly that the performance of teachers who have religious values supporting the quality of the teacher's impact on improving the quality of learners directly on Every learning process in both the affective, cognitive, and psychomotor shutter, the increase in the quality of learners coupled with the strength of the relegation values that are awakened in a high-quality individual is motivated by the strength of the teachers ' professionalism when conducting the learning process. The culture of school organizations in basic education is more dominant in forming a personality characteristic of learners with religious values related to all of the school people based on behaviors, traditions, habits of daily life, and Symbols, beliefs, assumptions, understandings and guidelines for problem-solving both internal and external
Keywords:Teacher Performance, Student Quality Improvement, Organizational Culture School, Religious Values
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