How Indiscipline Affect Students Performance In Secondary Schools In Tanzania Essays and Term Papers

  • Is there a Relationship between Employees Satisfaction and their Performance?:the Case of Teachers in Tanzania Government-Owned Schools

    No.25, 2013 www.iiste.org Is there a Relationship between Employees Satisfaction and their Performance?: the Case of Teachers in Tanzania GovernmentOwned Schools Salimu Abushiri Jinyevu School of Economics & Business Administration, Central China Normal University, 152 Luoyu Avenue, Wuhan,...

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    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 & Okoji Olufemi Onweazu2 Department of Adult Education...

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  • Mini Research

    ADOLESCENT PREGNANCY IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN TANZANIA By Madaga Fadhili Masters in Educational Management and administration Candidate University of Dar es salaam madagafadhili@yahoo.com CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1:0. General introduction This chapter introduces the study on the...

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  • Reasearch Proposal

    intends to make an investigation on poor performance in Mathematics Subject and the factors leading to poor performance of form four students in Kimala secondary school which is the community school. This study will also evaluate the performance of Kimala secondary school form four National exam results of...

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  • Research Proposal

    ST.JOHN’S UNIVERSITY OF TANZANIA ST. MARK’S CENTRE (DSM) FACULT OF COMMERCE AND BUSINESS STUDIES (MFOCB) LECTURER`S NAME: DR GRACE SOKO TYPE OF WORK: INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT ...

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  • Reseach Proposal

    THE UNIVERSITY OF DODOMA COLLEGE OF EDUCATION SCHOOL OF EDUCATIONAL STUDIES DEPARTIMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY COURSE NAME: RESEARCH METHODS IN EDUCATION COURSE CODE: SE 301 COURSE...

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  • Maga

    popular. In Tanzania the government of the late Mwalimu Julius K Nyerere did not allow television to be into the country. However in Zanzibar television was introduced in 1973. Early 1990s the nation stepped into a phase that seemed to be of challenge to the cultural development of Tanzania society. This...

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  • An Assessment of the Quality of Private Schools’ Performance in West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (Wassce)

    classroom management on academic performance of student’s in secondary schools can be seen as having positive side when the classroom is properly managed, on the other hand when ineffectively managed will have a negative telling on both the teacher and the students. Classroom the Oxford advanced learners...

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  • Quality Education in Secondary Schools in Tanzania

    EDUCATION FOUNDATIONS AND TEACHING MANAGEMENT TITTLE: ASSESSMENT OF FACTORS THAT DETERMINE STANDERD AND QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS A CASE OF AIRPORT SECONDARY SCHOOL IN MBEYA REGIONAL. BY MALAMBUGI, ANDREW .N. Teaching practice observational report, Submitted to the department of Education...

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  • Copral Punishment to Students

    ST.AUGUSTINE UNIVERSITY OF TANZANIA FACULTY OF EDUCATION DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATIONAL FOUNDATION AN ASSESMENT OF TEACHERS’ ATTITUDES TOWARDS THE PROPOSED REVISION OF CORPORAL PUNISHMENT IN TANZANIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS. A CASE STUDY OF NYAMAGANA DISTRICT A RESEARCH REPORT SUBMITTED...

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  • How Pastoral Care Policy Has Contributed to the Management of Junior Secondary Schools In Botswana

    implementation of PC in schools 17 2.3.1 International Perspectives 17 2.3.2 Different perspectives about benefits of PCP. 19 2.3. Challenges of implementing PCP 20 2.3.4 Conclusion 22 2.4 Botswana perspective about implementation of PCP 23 2.4.1 Divisions and demarcations of school into houses 23 ...

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  • Mr. Kenneth Ndulute

    TITLE: COMPETENCE BASED CURRICULUM AND THE CAPACITY OF TANZANIA SCIENCE TEACHERS FOR TEACHING SCIENCE PROCESS SKILLS A case of Morogoro Biology teachers JAMAL JUMANNE POSITION: ASSISTANT LECTURER, THE DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, ...

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  • science

    13-14 15.16 3. Do you or any one of your school mates use indecent language during school hours? Yes No 4. Are you associated with any violent or inappropriate behaviour with any other students in the school that you attend? Yes ...

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  • Research Paper

    Microfinance in the form of different informal institutions in Tanzania was provided through different means such as “Upatu” and lending between friends either at work or between family members. The formal microfinance services in Tanzania started in the early nineties and we can say it is still at...

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  • Student

    is not a new problem in Tanzania and has often sparked national debate. A school girl makes an unwise decision. Or she is coerced into having sex against her will by means of physical force, economic pressure or peer pressure. She becomes pregnant. The father may be a school-boy, a teacher a “sugar daddy”...

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  • Girls Education

    ------------------------------------------------- AN INVESTIGATION INTO FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO LOW INTAKE IN HIGHER INSTITUTION OF LEARNING AND HIGH DROPOUT OF FEMALE STUDENTS (A CASE STUDY OF NAROK UNIVERSITY COLLEGE) ------------------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------- ...

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  • education

    partnership for teacher development Guiding international partners for project initiated and sustained transformational change in DRC protestant schools The experiences of MGSLG as a training agency for Gauteng Department of Education Role of collaboration and partnership in teacher education and...

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  • Ombudsman Is a Laudable Institution Although It Has Failed Woefully in Nigeria- Discuss.

    SCHOOL OF POST GRADUATE STUDIES UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS, AKOKA FACULTY OF LAW COURSE: ADMINISTRATIVE LAW II TOPIC: OMBUDSMAN IS A LAUDABLE INSTITUTION ALTHOUGH IT HAS FAILED WOEFULLY IN NIGERIA- DISCUSS. PROGRAMME: LL.M NAME: THELMA IFEYINWA MAFUA MATRIC NO. 099061003 LECTURER:...

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  • Oppapers

    Makerere University Institute of Adult and Continuing Education I am a student of Makerere University offering a Bachelor of Education. You have been selected as an important respondent towards completion of my research Demographic characteristics of the respondents Tick where appropriate ...

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  • Examining Tanzanian Culture

    April 2012 Examining Tanzanian Culture Rich in culture, people, and history, Tanzania has after centuries become a catalyst for tourism . Foreigners who seek to immerse themselves into the African culture find Tanzania to be the perfect combination of “past meets present.” This beautiful country...

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