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    will learn about: Forms of Indiscipline behaviour displayed by students in Secondary Schools. Causes of indiscipline behaviour among students. The effect of studentsindiscipline behaviour on academic achievements. How the administration deals with the indiscipline of secondary school...
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  • Description
    Journal of Education and Practice ISSN 2222-1735 (Paper) ISSN 2222-288X (Online) Vol 1, No 1, 2010 www.iiste.org Indiscipline Among the Female Secondary School Students in Selected Rural Communities of Rivers State in Nigeria : Causes and Effects on Academic Performance Sarumi Abidoye, Ph.D1...
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  • Students Strikes
    STUDENTS STRIKES The purpose of this study was to investigate the management of secondary school students' unrest and the responses of school managers in the light of the causes of students' strikes in Machakos District. . This study sought to find out the causes of strikes and the response of the...
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  • Attitude Towards the Setting Up of a Counselling Unit at School to Decrease Behavioural Problems
    obtained by a single click. Though we have progressed Technologically we are also facing social drawbacks. From a survey carried out by [2]Dr. V. Ramharai ‘’Discipline/Indiscipline and Violence in Secondary Schools in Mauritius’’ – There is an increase in Behavioural Problems in Schools such as...
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  • Role of Teacher
    . But at present, numbers have shot up very high. Many students are required to earn their livelihood partially or wholly throughout their school and college career. They do not have balanced mind and hence there is indiscipline. The student suffers from bitterness and resentment of these economic...
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  • Job Stress and Coping Strategies Among Secondary School Teachers of Buea Sub-Division in Cameroon
    strategies was explored in a purposive probability sample of 200 secondary school teachers using a questionnaire. The use of the chi-square test revealed the following significant relationships: (1) Teachers stressed by student indiscipline do not necessarily develop aggressive behaviors; (2) Poor...
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  • Managing and Handling Indiscipline in Schools.
    ORGANISATIONAL SCOPE School indiscipline has been, over time, an issue of concern for educators and we can even state that it has become a huge concern among educators, policy-makers and the public opinion in general, owing to the outbreak of aggressiveness among peers, violence within teacher-student...
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    saying that corporal punishment did not cause any good, but rather encourage indiscipline problems. In the study, Abdullah Salleh (1979) have found the reasons students do 'vandalism'. One of them is seeking revenge on the school; love to see those things destroyed; to show strength, and their...
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  • Principals’ and Students’ Attitude Towards Provision of Guidance and Counselling Servises and Maintenance of Dicsipline in Secondary Schools of Nyamira District-Kenya
    High School, Starehe Boys’ Centre, Mang’u High School among others, there happened to be positive responses from students towards it and therefore, they do not experience alarming cases of indiscipline. Brumma L. K., (2000) observes that the person with a problem must be willing to seek...
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  • Indiscipline
    /students today. This fully may explain why many of the prison and police cells are filled by no one but a majority of the youth. Below therefore are a set of factors that are advance to explain the emergence of indiscipline among the youth/students. In a wide analysis, it has been noticed that the...
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  • THE IMPART OF EXAMINATION ETHICS ON THE QUALITY OF PRODUCT OF POST PRIMARY EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS
    among student performance and among other include: 1. Lack of respect for the constituted authority. 2. Lack of respect for those in power. 3. Indiscipline student. 4. Poor performance of student. 5. Student demonstration. 6. Intra and inter school hostilities. 7. Student riots, protest and...
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  • Stress
    and resorting to indiscipline is still high. This number of cases can be slightly decrease if the community give all support to the action that imposed by the Ministry Of Education in order to solve the problem of truancy among Malaysian school students. REFERENCE LIST...
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  • The Crisis in the Educational Sector and the Future of Nigeria Students.
    facilities and are thereby able to admit students from beyond their immediate localities. But as there has been a great increase in enrolment over the last two decades, facilities in most schools are over-stretched. By far, the greater number of secondary schools are owned and maintained by stare...
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  • Factor to Consider When Selecting Instructional Method and Instructional Material
    the possible causes and effect of school dropout among students of College of Education, Ekiadolor-Benin include:- 1. Financial problem could hamper schooling. 2. Loss of parents or sponsor could hinder school 3. Unhealthy human relationships in school, quarrel, hatred, fighting etc can cause...
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  • Effects of Having a Broken Family on the Academic Performance of the Fourth Year Students
    , institutional influences and school related factors- student/lecturer rapport, teacher related factors, accommodation and living conditions. In the same vein, Wiseman (1973), Sogbetan (1981) and Hassan (1983) among others have examined the causes of poor academic performance among secondary school...
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  • Education in the Caribbean
    had begun to set in—a persistent decline in student academic achievement. As we settle down in the new millennium, the concern has gone beyond failing student academic performance. Cries of an education system in crisis, and rampant indiscipline and violence in schools have now become the order of...
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  • The Environment of Crisis on the Nigerian Educational System
    automatic but many states conduct competitive entrance examinations since the available junior secondary schools cannot accommodate all the aspirants. A major emphasis in the NPE is the teaching of pre-vocational subjects to all students at the junior secondary level. The learning of Nigerian...
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  • Sublimation Mechanism of Psychoanalytical Counselling Theory as a Tool for Addressing Juvenile Delinquency in Secondary Schools in Nigeria
    complete understanding of how this mechanism can be applied and to design well thought out programmes in this regard. REFERENCES Ajuwon, A. J., Fawole, F.O and Osungbade, K. O. (2011, April) Experience and Perpetuation of           Violence among Secondary School Students in Ibadan Nigeria. Sierra...
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  • An Assessment of the Quality of Private Schools’ Performance in West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (Wassce)
    teachers and the students. This retard the progress of teaching and learning. This is supported by (Akakwu, 2008) that there are problems of job dissatisfaction, indiscipline, poor examination results and no motivation in secondary schools. There is also ineffective communication in our educational...
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    offences that could warrant caning: truancy, involvement in criminal activities, obscene and impolite behaviour, loitering, dishonesty, dirty appearance and vandalism. 5 II A probe on human rights awareness among secondary school teachers, students and administrators conducted by researchers...
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