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EFFECTS OF TEACHERS’ PERSONALITY ON SECONDARY SCHOOL DISCIPLINE: CASE STUDY OF SOME SELECTED SCHOOLS IN NIGERIA
This study examines the effects of personality of the teacher on school discipline using some selected secondary schools in Wukari Local Government Area of Taraba State as case study. This study adopts the descriptive survey design. The research made use of a standardized questionnaire for data collection for the study. One hundred (100) students were randomly selected from four secondary schools in the area. Four hypotheses were tested and the result showed that teachers’ personality affects the school discipline especially in the classroom situation, on the assembly ground and outside the school setting. Based on the findings, appropriate training programme should be given to teachers in regard to behaviour modelling and positive personality development which in-turn impacts school discipline.
Organization of the Work
Chapter one examines the background of the study and provides a general overview of what the research intends to achieve.
Chapter Two provides literature review of the work and also looks at theoretical and empirical framework of teachers’ personality and its effects on school discipline.
Chapter Three discusses the methodology
Chapter Four gives an analysis of the items in the questionnaire to give a scientific...