• Test Anxiety and Student Performance
    Test Anxiety and Student Performance Abstract Test anxiety is a real and measureable problem student’s face regardless of their grade or level of academic achievement. Test anxiety can also adversely affect how students participate in and view the learning process long term. This study was de
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  • Ict and Academic Staff Performance in Universities
    THE ROLE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) IN ENHANCING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO USMANU DANFODIYO UNIVERSITY, SOKOTO BY IBRAHIM AMINU, MBA TRAINING, RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT UNIT USMANU DANFODIYO UNIVERSITY NETWORK (UDUNet) SOKOTO ABSTRACT This pape
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  • Teaching Bell to Bell and Student/Teacher Proximity
    Sheree Taylor 1-8-2010 Teaching Bell to Bell and Teacher/Student Proximity Teaching bell to bell is the term used interchangeably with student on task behavior in the classroom. Students need all the time they can get to work on educational activities even 5 minutes lost each day adds up to quit
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  • Mathematics Performance of Secondary School Student
    Eurasia Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education, 2007, 3(4), 363-370 Correlates of Academic Procrastination and Mathematics Achievement of University Undergraduate Students Mojeed Kolawole Akinsola University of Botswana, Gaborone, BOTSWANA Adedeji Tella Osun State College of
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  • Student Motivation
    Motivation in Schools The topic I originally planned to look into for my Action Research Paper was the affect of reward systems on a student's academic performance. My idea was that a student's performance could be influenced by the presence of a reward system. I was interested in seeing if cert
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  • Which Student Deserves an a
    Which Student Deserves an "A?" No matter how many times I mull it over and analyze it I cannot find a more inventive way to phrase my argument. Not any one of the students deserves an "A." Grades are not commodities that are distributed on a whim nor can they be returned because of personal di
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  • The Student at Promise
    The At Promise Child 1 Running head: THE AT PROMISE CHILD The At Promise Child: An Alternative Paradigm Timothy S. Stuart tstuart@atpromise.com Seattle Pacific University The At Promise Child 2 The At Promise Child Ninety percent of America's youth belong to one or more official "at-risk" c
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  • How Arts Ifluence Student Achievement
    The Arts have a positive influence on student achievement. Through out the research process I have found a large amount of evidence proving that thesis. Also I have discovered there is a large amount of interest in the topic. Some of the facts I learned supporting my thesis are that young people who
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  • Student Improvement Program in Alternative High School
    Abstract This study examined program completion and student motivation among students within one particular alternative education high school program. Exiting students of the program are expected to have done so within 65 days. Based on the most recent student exit date prior to this study, only
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  • Element of People Management That Contribute to the High Performance
    An essay about the analyse and evaluate a particular element of people management that contribute to the high performance Today in the aggressively competitive market and fluid environment, employers of all kind of organisations are struggling to deal with discovering human resource, how to mainta
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  • Student Misconduct
    Why is it necessary for a university to establish a code of conduct? The University of Florida’s answer is in the following quote, “The University of Florida is an institution which encourages the intellectual and personal growth of its students as scholars and citizens. As an educational instit
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  • Academic Study
    Some students think that academic study is very important. This importance is derived from different perspectives. The high numbers of academic studies aims have differences in meaning and priorities to each student. Accordingly the way to achieve personal aims is from student to student different .
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  • Motivational Incentives as Correlates of Performance
    Motivational Incentives as Correlates of Job Performance Literature Review Introduction Since the beginning of humanity, leaders have risen to take charge of societies and make decisions. These decisions often meant the difference between having food and going hungry, having shelter or bein
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  • Improving the Performance of Sss1 Students in Finding the Area of a Trapezium Through the Use of Relevant Teaching and Learning Materials (Tlms) in the Sunyani Secondary School
    Chapter one Introduction Background to the study Accomplished teachers use multiple paths to knowledge to help students learn and facilitate understanding. Such teachers know that students learn in different ways and use different modalities to take in information and demonstrate knowledge. I
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  • Academic Resilience
    Academic resilience presents factors that are involved in the enrollment of a student. Different factors contribute to the effect. The importance of understanding, accepting, and working at the goals to achieve academic resilience is essential. Below are five different studies that each explains the
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  • Effects of Parental Involement on Student Acheivement
    EFFECTS OF PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT Effects of Parental Involvement on Student Achievement Stephanie Travis Research Methods May 8, 2010 Chapter I Introduction Now more than every, parents are encouraged to take active roles in their child or children’s education. With so many o
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  • Student Retention
    Pause and reflect: Imagine that you are a second grade teacher. Your principal suggests that one of your students who performed poorly this year repeat second grade next year. Given what you know about the research on retention, how would you respond? I would ask the principal to reconsider his de
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  • Classroom Management - Teacher Expectations
    I selected a 5th grade class for the purpose of this assignment to describe teacher expectations for students that positively influence their academic achievement. Students need a supportive classroom and environment if they are to be effective learners. They need to feel that they can make mistak
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  • On Student Diversity
    General Strategies Recognize any biases or stereotypes you may have absorbed. Do you interact with students in ways that manifest double standards? For example, do you discourage women students from undertaking projects that require quantitative work? Do you undervalue comments made by speakers who
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  • Student
    THE TEACHER AS AN ORGANIZER From: The Center for Teaching Excellence at the United States Military Academy Introduction Teaching may best be defined as the organization of learning. So the problem of successful teaching is to organize learning for authentic results. Teaching may be thought o
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