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

  • How Indiscipline Affect Students Performance In Secondary Schools In Tanzania

    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 & Okoji Olufemi Onweazu2 Department of Adult Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. +23457239075 2. Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education, Lead City University...

    College, Education, High school 1176  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Truancy Affects Students Performance

    Our reporter asked so many questions at the same time and discovered that the boy had run away from home for some time and had not had a bath for some weeks. His story his mother had separated from his father and remarried. He wanted to go to school but his father chose a vocation mechanic apprenticeship for him. He said he was put in the care of a muslim cleric but because he had exhausted his feeding allowance, he was on the street begging for money. The lady gave the boy an option – to...

    College, Education, Grammar school 1766  Words | 6  Pages

  • How Parental Attitude Affects the Academic Performance of the Students.

    and the school play important roles in educating and bringing up the child. Filipino parents have high educational ambitions for their children and yet most of them are unfamiliar with the requisites necessary for school success. In line with this, many children who came to school for the first time where not yet ready for learning experiences because their home backgrounds where not attuned to the demands of life in the school. Parents want their children to be successful in school but their...

    Education, Father, High school 939  Words | 5  Pages

  • How love relationships affect students' academic performance

    ADAMSON UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF FOREIGN LANGUAGES SAN MARCELINO ST. ERMITA, MANILA IN PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR THE SUBJECT: TECHNICAL ENGLISH HOW LOVE RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTS STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE SUBMITTED BY; CABANLIT, JOHN PAOLO P. MAPYA, MASSI SUBMITTED TO: PROF. JOSE RIZAL DAPAT CHAPTER 1 HOW LOVE RELATIONSHIPS AFFECTS STUDENTS ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE I. Introduction A. Background of the study Having love relationship with other individual...

    College, Education, Interpersonal relationship 891  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Gender Differences Affect Student Performance

    Gender and age differences affect student's performances Introduction Gender and age difference can e a determining factor in the performance of a student. Although there were other factors that affect the performance of a student, age and gender differences are also important determinants. I compared the performances of students with respect to their ages. Study was done on thirty participants between the ages of twenty and fifty years. I asked students in an Ethics class. A series of...

    Gender, Mean, Normal distribution 748  Words | 3  Pages

  • Commputer Affects the Academic Performance of Students

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE NON AVAILABILITY OF COMPUTERS AT HOME IN THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE FIRST YEAR BACHELOR OF SECONDARY EDUCATION STUDENTS AT DON HONORIO VENTURA TECHNOLOGICAL STATE UNIVERSITY, BACOLOR, PAMPANGA BY: ESTOLLOSO, JENIBETH MERCADO, DIANNE PINEDA, CHRISTINE SALANGSANG, KRIZEL MAE ...

    Integrated circuit, Personal computer 721  Words | 3  Pages

  • Learning Enviroment and Its Effects on Student Academic Performance in Integrated Science

    BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY In Nigeria, secondary education is the education children receive after primary education and before the tertiary stage. Consequently, the broad goals of secondary education are geared to prepare the individual for useful living within the society and to progress to higher education (Federal Government of Nigeria, 2004). The school at this level is established so that students can learn in order to be able to transmit knowledge from one generation to another for the continuity...

    College, Education, High school 1396  Words | 5  Pages

  • DIFFERENT FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS

    DIFFERENT FACTORS THAT AFFECT THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS Submitted by: Cayleen C. Capco BSIT- 1IT4 CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION A. NATURE AND IMPORTANCE OF THE STUDY In educational institutions, success is measured by academic performance, or how well a student meets standards set out by local government and the institution itself. As career competition grows even fiercer in the working world, the importance of students doing well in school has caught the attention...

    Affect, Colegio de San Juan de Letran, Education 678  Words | 3  Pages

  • How the Environment Affects Students’ Learning

    How the Environment Affects Students’ Learning By: Jessica Robinson REED 504: Processes and Acquisition of Reading Skills Professor Curbeam-Newby Recently there has been more thought put into how vital a students’ environment is as it relates to their academic success. Both community environment and physical learning environment in schools have a great deal of influence on how the students learn, handle certain situations, perceive things, and overall just how their brain processes...

    Education, Emotion, Environment 1280  Words | 4  Pages

  • How Tests Affect the Student

     Students all over the nation are experiencing delays to learning. Whether children are poor or in low class families, have low school funding, are being discriminated against because of their standardized test scores, or are being tracked throughout their entire school career, they are not getting the best education they possibly can. A lot of schools are having difficulty with the No Child Left Behind law because it forces students who have learning disabilities and English as a second language...

    Education, High school, Middle class 2092  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Impact of ICT on Students’ Performance

    Director, JKUAT-ARUSHA Centre P.O.BOX 16857, ARUSHA, TANZANIA. Direct Line TEL/FAX : +255 27 254 3577General Line 254 3383 E-mail: arusha.centre@jkuat.ac.ke Website: www.jkuat.ac.ke A Research on; “ The Impact of ICT on StudentsPerformance” ‘CASE STUDY ; JOMOKENYATTA UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND TECHNOLOGY’ COURSE : DBITY2 COURSE NAME: RESEARCH PROJECT/REPORT COURSE CODE: HCT 0222. FACILITATOT: SHARIPHA MBAGA; STUDENT NAME: FURAHA B SONGA TABLE OF CONTENT ...

    Arusha, Diploma, Education 1266  Words | 7  Pages

  • Impact of E-Learning in Secondary Schools Students

    implement this education method in around 20 secondary school. As online education gains in popularity, it becomes more important to recognize the inherent advantages and disadvantages offered by this medium[Richard Hauser 2012]. Timothy Rodgers [2008] also stated that as the use of e-learning is becoming more and more widespread in higher education it has become increasingly important to examine the impact that this teaching style has on student performance. There have been a number of researches...

    E-learning, Learning management system, Virtual learning environment 898  Words | 3  Pages

  • “the Impact of Peer Pressure and Parental Involvement on the Academic Performance of 4th Year High School Students of University of Batangas”.

    respondents, We, the researchers from University of Batangas, invited you to participate in a research study about “The Impact of Peer Pressure and Parental Involvement on the Academic Performance of 4th Year High School Students of University of Batangas”. The goal of this research study is to know how Peer Pressure and Parental Involvement highly influences the student’s Academic Achievement. You will be asked to answer a number of questions regarding you demographic information and...

    Adolescence, College, Education 1433  Words | 6  Pages

  • Compromising Development: the Language of Instruction Dilemma in Tanzania.

    Compromising development: The Language of Instruction dilemma in Tanzania. Introduction Following release of the Tanzania 2012 Form IV results by the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training on February 18, the media and the general public have been frantically discussing the fact that up to 60 % of the students who sat last years’ 'O' level final failed the exam.i This has once again raised a lot of concern in and around Tanzania from educators, parents and policy makers. Among many reasons given...

    Education, Gymnasium, High school 1775  Words | 5  Pages

  • Home Environment and Academic Performance

    and Academic Performance INTRODUCTION Background of the Study. Nigerian environment is associated with unclassified problems entangled with impoverish outlook and being devoid of most modern facilities and infrastructure that could sustain an urban area. This is clearly manifested on the standard of living and the contribution of the people towards national development. This circumvented problem in the rural areas has adverse effect on the students’ academic performance. It is imperative...

    College, Education, Enugu State 1385  Words | 6  Pages

  • Stages of Education: Secondary School

    term secondary school refers to the levels of schooling that follow elementary school and conclude with high school graduation. Typically, these include middle schools or junior high schools, the most common configuration of which is grades six through eight, and high schools, the most common configuration of which is grades nine through twelve. The 1983 release of the National Commission on Excellence in Education document A Nation at Risk focused national attention on the need for school reform...

    College, Educational stages, High school 2549  Words | 7  Pages

  • history of Tanzanias education

    after independence. Before independence, educational access was very restricted. The Arusha Declaration was followed in 1967 by the policy document "Education for Self-Reliance", in which education was assigned a seminal role in the transformation of Tanzania to an African socialist society. Universal Primary Education (UPE) was emphasized in the Musoma Declaration of 1974 as a way of transforming rural society and agriculture, from which it was acknowledged the vast majority of the population, would...

    College, Gymnasium, High school 1889  Words | 6  Pages

  • Relationship Between Parental Factors and Learning Attitude and Students’ Academic Performance in Secondary Schools

    1. Background Academic performance is the priority to students as well as the teachers in any school system. Some of the socio-cultural factors which affect the students achievement are parents’ educational status (M. Khata,et al. 2011). Parent educational status is used as an indicator of Socio Economic Status (SES) to reflect the potential for social and economic resources such as household incomes that are available to students because it tends to remain the same over time ( Sirin 2005). Moreover...

    Education, Family, High school 1797  Words | 6  Pages

  • Effects of Homelessness on School Children's Education

    be provided to reduce affects of homelessness on the education of children? Last School year over 27,000 students were homeless in Washington State. How is homeless classified? No fixed, regular and adequate nighttime residence, which includes: shelters, vehicle, “doubling up,” motels or other temporary housing. Federal McKinney-Vento Education Act WA gets $950,000 in funding each year. (roughly $35/child) How does homeless affect kids? (ie: health) What secondary factors to homelessness...

    Education, High school, Homelessness 315  Words | 3  Pages

  • Creation of Awareness of Primary School Students Towards Hiv/Aids

    ARVs 28% Main mode of transmission Heterosexual (SOURCE: UNAIDS, 2007). In Tanzania which is one of the Sub- Saharan Countries had HIV/aids epidemic like other countries, recent reports from ministry of health indicated that since the 3 cases were reported in 1983 in KAGERA region a total 118,713 cases has been reported from the...

    AIDS, HIV, Pandemics 1544  Words | 6  Pages

  • Quality Education in Secondary Schools in Tanzania

    MZUMBE UNIVERSITY (MU) FACULT OF SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPARTMENT OF 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 Foundations and Teaching Management in partial Fulfill of the requirement for the Completion of first year of the Bachelor...

    College, Education, High school 3590  Words | 14  Pages

  • study of school uniforms

    Study of School Uniforms' Influences The debate of school uniforms, the unified form of clothing which students wear under the school rules, had never stopped since they were created. As the clothes of school students, school uniforms became a big symbol of the relationship between the students group and our society. In the 1990 s, the Long Beach Unified School District found a great change after the implementation of school uniform policies in the second year. The campus crime and fight...

    Dress code, Education, High school 1949  Words | 6  Pages

  • motivational factors affecting the academic performance of the students

    ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THE STUDENTS IN CAVITE STATE UNIVERSITY- IMUS CAMPUS Jessa C. Mercado Macario A. Cruzado III Armielyn D. Aguinaldo A research proposal submitted to Ms. Azelle Charese Agdon. Instructor, Department of Economics Cavite State University Imus City, Cavite. In partial fulfilment of the requirement for subject DCEE 28, Methods of Research Bachelor of Science in Office Administration INTRODUCTION Motivation is a process of satisfying students different...

    Academic term, Cavite, College 951  Words | 7  Pages

  • Problem of Indiscipline in School (Report)

    The problems of indiscipline in SMK Taman Johor Jaya (1) Discipline is referred simply to a way of training someone so that they learn to obey the rules and learn to distinguish right from wrong. The indiscipline cases in our school are on the rise. There were approximately 480 cases of indiscipline in our school last year. In many cases, the offenses were committed by the same group of students. Truancy topped the list of in discipline cases. There were 150 cases of students playing truant...

    Education, School, Smoking 821  Words | 3  Pages

  • THE EFFECTS OF GADGETS TO THE GRADE 7 STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL

    THE EFFECTS OF GADGETS TO THE GRADE 7 STUDENTS PERFORMANCE IN SCHOOL Technology has always been advancing throughout the years. It has made a big impact on people especially on lifestyle. One of the many things that are affected in the society; having been a common source of information and entertainment. In our present generation, students are obsessed in using Gadgets. They usually want to buy the latest release of these Gadgets to satisfy their desires in terms of entertainment and getting...

    Bluetooth, Cellular network, Internet 1164  Words | 3  Pages

  • Peer Pressure Affects Academic Performance of Second Year Students

    Title: Peer Pressure Affects Academic Performance of Second Year Students Dependent Variable: Academic performance of second year students Independent Variable: Peer Pressure Objective: To know how academic performance among second year high school students is being affected by peer pressure. Introduction: To be successful in life, one must begin by being successful in school. In high school, we were all told to work hard so that we could get good grades and scores that would get...

    Adolescence, College, Gifted education 1131  Words | 4  Pages

  • Factors That Affect the Examination Results in Mathematics and English of Selected High School Students

    CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND INTRODUCTION Every student is required to take exam to determine if he really understands the particular subject and to measure his capability to remember certain things. Teachers use these examinations to find out the number of students who paid attention during class discussions. These are also essential to cope with the requirements of the school, so the students will think of any way or strategy to pass it. They will try to use some techniques that...

    Anxiety, College, Education 760  Words | 3  Pages

  • Level of Enthusiasm of Criminology Students Along School Programs and Routinary Activities in Relation to Performance

    Chapter 1 The Problem and its Background Introduction Enthusiasm is a passionate admiration or interest and performance are the things which are accomplished and/or contrasted with capability (The New Lexicon Webster’s Encyclopedic Dictionary of the English Language). Two words that go together which affect a Student’s class standing at School. According to R. W. Emerson, “Every great and commanding movement in the annals of the world is the triumph of enthusiasm. Nothing great was ever achieved...

    Academic term, Assessment, Education 1995  Words | 7  Pages

  • Factors That Affect the Academic Performance of the Student Using Computer

    Too much computer exposure may hinder learning By G. Jeffrey MacDonald, The Christian Science Monitor For all the schools and parents who have together invested billions to give children a learning edge through the latest computer technology, a mammoth new study by German researchers brings some sobering news: Too much exposure to computers might spell trouble for the developing mind. | | | Key to the future: In Freeport, Maine, all seventh- and eighth-graders get their own laptop. | | ...

    Computer, Computer graphics, Computing 810  Words | 3  Pages

  • How does the easy accessibility of the Internet positively affects on student

    The Easy Accessibility Of the Internet  Positively Affects Academic Performance   Luong Dang  Ms. Howard  May 6th 2015                                  Dang 1  Proposal  As school districts around the country consider investments in technology in an effort to  improve student outcomes, the accessibility of the Internet has been ​ expanded in every school  around our country ​ . Some say that money could have been invested in something more useful,  but as a student, I say this is one of the best investments from the districts...

    College, Education, Education in the United States 3233  Words | 12  Pages

  • Research paper on Secondary School Teaching

    Secondary School Teaching Firemen, professional athletes, police officers, doctors. The list goes on answering the most asked question from someone’s childhood: What do you want to be when you grow up? But not many kids say they want to be a teacher when they grow up. Teachers have a huge impact on a child’s life; they teach them new things daily, are great role models for them growing up, and teach them new life lessons that will last them the rest of their lives. Growing up around my mom, my...

    College, Education, High school 1586  Words | 4  Pages

  • Impact of School Culture and School Climate on Student Achievement

    improve student achievement in their schools usually embark on a series of obvious restructuring strategies: strengthening the curriculum, providing more training for staff and tutoring for students who need help. However, in reforming the school, some important aspects, like the beliefs and attitudes of the administration, teachers and students are overlooked. Good school climate and culture are keys to the success of schools. In order to create positive changes in the school, principals...

    College, Education, Extracurricular activity 932  Words | 3  Pages

  • Academic Performance of Ted Working Students

    FACTORS AFFECTING THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF WORKING STUDENTS OF TEACHER EDUCATION DEPARTMENT STUDENTS IN OCCIDENTAL MINDORO STATE COLLEGE A Research Study Presented to the Faculty of the Teacher Education Department in Occidental Mindoro State College In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree Bachelor in Elementary Education JAMILAH E. DELA CRUZ BENJAMIN M. DEBISME MA. VENUS F. MAGAY LYKA SALAZAR ERLINE RIVERA 2012 CHAPTER I BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY ...

    Affect, Education, Full-time 581  Words | 3  Pages

  • Extracurricular Activities Affecting the Academic Performance of Students

    “Extracurricular Activities affecting the academic performance of students” name of student section schd name of prof date Abstract Extracurricular activities and academics has been related to each other for many reasons but they all revolve around the life of th e average student. It's also been observed that one affects the other when it comes to the growth of the student. Many have their own opinions regarding extracurricular activities whether...

    Curriculum, Extracurricular activity, High school 1664  Words | 7  Pages

  • The Effects of Social Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Grade 7 Students

    media has influenced students to rely on the accessibility of information that is available on the internet .The students are reduced on focusing on their learning as well as on retaining the information. In the Philippines the quality of education is getting low because of the short period of education ,so that’s why the K to12 became was born. The K to 12 Program covers Kindergarten and 12 years of basic education (six years of primary education, four years of Junior High School, and two years of...

    Facebook, Friendster, MySpace 1701  Words | 6  Pages

  • Relation of Tardiness to Performance of Students

    RELATION OF TARDINESS TO PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS Researchers: III-Burbank INTRODUCTION Subject Manila Science High School is exceptionally known for students whomlive up to the school’s motto, “Sustaining the Tradition of Excellence.”Excellence should not only be reflected in academics but in following the rules and regulations as well. Tardiness is defined as the quality or habit of not adhering to a correct or usual or expected time....

    Christopher Nolan, Education, Following 1690  Words | 7  Pages

  • School Environment and Some Psycho-Social Determinant of Secondary School Students’ Outcomes in Physics in Ibadan

    SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT AND SOME PSYCHO-SOCIAL DETERMINANT OF SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ OUTCOMES IN PHYSICS IN IBADAN CHAPTER ONE 1.0 BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Physics plays a pertinent role as a result of its widespread application in all areas of life and in the field of success, technology, industry and mines. Odunko (2002) is of the opinion that science, technology and science education plays a dominant role in the developmental...

    College, Education, High school 2058  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Effects of Social Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Students in College of Education, CLSU

    Networking Sites on the Academic Performance of Students in College of Education, CLSU In partial fulfilment of the requirement in English 110: Writing in the Discipline Dilla, Rosalie D. Fernanadez, Jochelle C. Pangan, Regine Mae BSEd2-3 Engl Mrs. Jenalyn Pagay 1st Semester A. Y. 2014-2015 Chapter I Introduction The surge in popularity of social media in recent years has changed how we use the internet. But most importantly, how we study and how we learn. Social media has...

    Facebook, Internet, LinkedIn 1410  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Ict in Secondary Schools

    “Teaching ICT in secondary School Introduction ICT an acronym for information and communications technology. ICT was introduced in the national curricula of England and Wales in 1999 to define a set of tools used to process and communicate information. The processing and communicating of information has become ubiquitous at the heart of teaching and learning and as such ICT is central to effective secondary school education. This feature gives ICT a unique status in the secondary school curriculum ...

    College, Critical thinking, Education 934  Words | 4  Pages

  • Factors Affecting the Academic Performance of Working Students

    Factors Affecting the academic performance of working students Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND Introduction The financial burden of education fees are rising. Due to the continues increasing price of tuition fees, school fees and other education finances, families tend to face financial crisis particularly on managing the budget of the family income. These includes the budget for food, education, electricity bills and other financial bills. The family is...

    Affect, Education, Full-time 1159  Words | 6  Pages

  • The Influence Of School On Students Perceptions And School Experience

    Influence of School on Students’ Perceptions and School Experience Serving as the developmental intermediary for students, schools convey the values that influence children’s identities, their perceptions towards education, and their experiences in school. For the past few decades, researchers have focused on the schools’ influence on students’ academic achievement rather than on their sociological development. Despite the increasing recognition of the significant role that school plays on children’s...

    Cultural identity, Culture, Education 1839  Words | 8  Pages

  • In Tanzania

    Ocean to the west coast of Indian Ocean, the distant from the capital of China to one of the poorest country in this world. Tanzania, a small African country with only 44 million populations and more than 3 million orphans. This essay is about how a Chinese student helps those homeless children 9292 km far away from him. This essay is about love and change. Omar is a Chinese student, he spent his first two college years in ICB, and now he transferred to University of Michigan for his rest two undergraduate...

    Orphan, Orphanage, Timbaland 1242  Words | 9  Pages

  • Affect of Music on Students Learning

    find the effect of music on studentsperformance, the type of music that affects students performance and the teachers’ opinion on using music in their lessons. 5.2.1 The effects of music on studentsperformance Students performed worsewhen they used music while doing their work. Most of the students scored higher marks when music was not played while they did the test compared to those who did the test without music. Furthermore, the time taken by the students who did the test without music...

    Clinical trial, Education, Instrumental 1113  Words | 5  Pages

  • Academic Performance: the Research Grid

    academic performance of Level 7 students in De La Salle Lipa S.Y. 2001-2002 Researchers : Macalintal, Catherine., Pena, Lirio Leynes., Paraan, Jaimliel. Year Conducted : March 2002 Research Problem : the study entails to determine the factors affecting the academic performance in mathematics of Level 7 students in De La Salle Lip S.Y. 2001-2002. Specific Problem : 1. What is the level of the academic performance in mathematics of Level 7 students in De La Salle Lipa Unified School as revealed...

    De La Salle Philippines, Female, High school 1462  Words | 7  Pages

  • Physical Education in Secondary Schools

    Physical Education In Secondary Schools My philosophy of physical education in the secondary setting deals with students becoming physically fit. Also that students learn how to communicate with others, especially in a team setting. My philosophy also holds in it different teaching methods. Methods that physical education teachers can use to get the most out of their students. With this philosophy of physical education I plan to use it toward becoming a good teacher. The major reason for having...

    Education, Exercise, High school 1149  Words | 4  Pages

  • Correlation of family background of academic performance among Grade 7 students in Gusa Regional Science High School – X

    Department of education allot budget for the Government Schools for the people of the Philippines. In educational institutions, success is measured by academic performance, or how well a student meets standards set out by local government and the institution itself. Academic performance refers to how students deal with their studies and how they cope with or accomplish different tasks given to them by their teachers. Academic performance is the ability to study and remember facts and being able...

    College, Education, High school 768  Words | 3  Pages

  • Academic Performance for Student Assistant

    ATTITUDE AND ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF OLIVARIAN STUDENT ASSISTANT : BASIS FOR HOLISTIC APPROACH Dionisia A. Banta Dean Mark B. Berdida Rocky T. Horfilla Arnold Villanueva Bachelor of Science in Commerce Major in Marketing and Business Management Dr. Pastor Judith Valcorza Researchers: Degree: Adviser: Generally, this research was done to determine the relationship of work attitude and academic performance of the student assistants of Olivarez College for the school year 2009-2010. This...

    Academic term, Correlation and dependence, Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient 2263  Words | 7  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Academic Performance...

    FACTORS AFFECTING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS OF THE DIVINE WORD COLLEGE OF BANGUED FIRST SEMESTER 2010-2011 Mary B. Gallardo,MST-Math, Alfreinell S. Castillo, BSC, Jessie T. Sibayan, AB, Marianito T. Taeza, AB, and G. Regil D.Valera, BSCE Registrar’s Office, Divine Word College of Bangued June 1, 2011. The objective of this study was to examine factors such as age, gender, high school graduated from, and Grade Point Average (GPA) in fourth year and to identify...

    College, Education, Gender 1704  Words | 7  Pages

  • Institutional Transformation of Public Secondary Schools in the Division Ogf Gingoog Through School Based Management: an Anthology of Best Practices

    INSTITUTIONAL TRANSFORMATION OF PUBLIC SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN THE DIVISION OF GINGOOG CITY THROUGH SCHOOL BASED MANAGEMENT: TOWARDS AN ANTHOLOGY OF BEST PRACTICES” 2. Author : JOY CIRUNAY-MANGUBAT 3. Type of Document: Dissertation 4. Type of Publication: Unpublished 5. Host Institution : Saint Joseph Institute of Technology , Butuan City 6. Sponsor : 7. Keywords : School Based Management, School Improvement, Leadership, Internal...

    Cagayan de Oro City, College, England 714  Words | 3  Pages

  • The Reasons and Effects of the Tardiness of the High School Students

    Reasons and Effects of the Tardiness of the High School Students in Sto Niño Catholic School - AY 2013-2014 Major Problem: 1. How does the tardiness of a student affect his/her studies? 2. Why do students go to school late? How does the tardiness of a student affect his/her studies? ...

    College, Education, High school 915  Words | 3  Pages

  • Factors Affecting Teaching Profession in Tanzania

    issues related to teaching profession have become a topic of debate. This paper describes teaching as a profession, rationale for teaching and factors affecting teaching profession in Tanzania. This paper goes further to deliberate on how teaching may be transformed into a strong and powerful profession in Tanzania. 1.0 INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Occupational status depends on the public valuing of the competence, role and overall contribution of a particular occupation to individual...

    Certified teacher, Education, Licensure 1743  Words | 6  Pages

  • academic performance of tertiary students

    the future. The issue of academic performance is of great interest to administrators, educators, researchers, students, parents and other stakeholders of education (Farooq, Chaudhry, Shafiq & Berhanu (2011). The variables that determine students’ academic performance can be from the student, home and school. This could be termed as Self/Family/School (Crosnoe, Johnson & Elder (2004). To Ballatine (1993) most of these factors affecting academic performance of students are demographic in nature and some...

    College, Education, Educational psychology 904  Words | 3  Pages

  • Bullying in School and its Effects to the Students' Academic Performance

     Bullying in School and its Effects on the Students’ Academic Achievements Thesis Statement: Bullying in schools is believed to be a normal part of school life, however, when people begin to have this mentality, they forget that bullying is physically and psychologically harmful to both the bully and the victim. Bullying is one of the biggest problems that many children and teenagers have to face daily at school or university while away from their parents’ view and protection. Basically, bullying...

    Abuse, Bullying, School bullying 1076  Words | 5  Pages

  • Broken Homes on Student's Performance in School

    “EFFECTS OF A BROKEN FAMILY TO THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF SENIOR STUDENT OF NEGROS MISSION ACADEMY S.Y 2012-2013” NEGROS MISSION ACADEMY _______________________________________________________________ CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION This chapter presents the background of the study, theoretical/conceptual framework, statement of the problem, hypotheses, significance of the study, scope and delimitation of the study, and the definition...

    Dictionary, Family, Merriam-Webster 1496  Words | 5  Pages

  • Academic Performance of Students with Absentee Parents

    Academic Performance of Students with Absentee Parents CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION This study is made to understand the performance, specifically the academic performance, of students without the guidance of their parents or having absentee parents. In studying, parents are important to help guide, teach and lead their children because a child need supports from their loved ones and also discipline to be motivated. It is a parent’s responsibility to take care of their children, it is hard for a...

    Childhood, Developmental psychology, Emotion 1878  Words | 5  Pages

  • Effects Of Students Overpopulation On The Academic Performance Of Government Secondary Schools In Owerri Municipal2

    EFFECTS OF OVERPOPULATION ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN GOVERNMENT SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN OWERRI MUNICIPAL COUNCIL OF IMO STATE A RESEARCH PROJECT (ED 451) SUBMITTED TO THE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION, ALVAN IKOKU FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION, OWERRI. IN AFFILIATION WITH UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA NSUKKA (UNN) IN PARTIAL FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENTS FOR AWARD OF BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION ACCOUNTANCY (B.SC.ED) BY OSUJI MACGOWIN C. BD/06/28011 MARCH...

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