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    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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  • study of school uniforms
    uniforms and achievements have a negative correlation. In the long beach, where implemented the uniform policies, students standardized achievement results for several years are lower than the average score in California[2]. Brunsma pointed out that school uniforms, as a policy and strategy, will not...
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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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  • 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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  • Effects of Having a Broken Family on the Academic Performance of the Fourth Year Students
    students. Some of the factors identified are intellectual ability, poor study habit, achievement motivation, lack of vocational goals, low self-concept, low socio-economic status of the family, poor family structure and anxiety. The consequences of these include indiscipline in schools and low level of...
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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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  • Learning Environment
    students are capable of learning|According to Tashlik (2010), nonacademic obstacles can have a profound effect on academic performance such as pregnancies, family crisis, illnesses and ets. | Education is ever-changing|The traditional teaching methodologies (e.g., lectures and tests) are becoming...
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  • An Assessment of the Quality of Private Schools’ Performance in West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (Wassce)
    showed that, indiscipline affects academic performance of students. The study also found out that absenteeism and truancy have negative influence on school management. The study also revealed that the most common indiscipline behaviour among principals in the research is under utilization of available...
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    Maicah Clarize R. Barroquillo IV-Einstein © Kamla-Raj 2008 Stud Home Comm Sc i , 2(2) : 121-124 (2008) The Effects of Family Structure and Parenthood on the Academic Performance of Nigerian University Students V. O. Uwaifo Department of Vocational and Technical Education, Ambrose...
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  • How Pastoral Care Policy Has Contributed to the Management of Junior Secondary Schools In Botswana
    academic achievement. They further stated that PCP was expected to improve retention, discipline and performance of learners. Moswela (2010) also indicated that student discipline is linked with good academic performance. He further explained that schools experiencing low levels of indiscipline...
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    causes leads to indiscipline Behaviour, whilst 72% of students assume that Indescipline Behaviour will have an negative effect on a sutdents’ academic achievement while 20% think that it will have no effect on a students’ academic achievement and 8% suggests that it will have a positive effect on...
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  • science achievement
    for the study were; same-gender grouping of students had a positive effect on classroom climate and that male and female students in same-gender science classes displayed better academic achievement as compared to their peers in mixed-gender classes. The purpose of this research was to examine...
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  • Discipline in School
    enterprises. It is also understood as the description of achievement of great merit in the educational or the teaching/learning process. A major area of concern is the high proportion of students who exit basic education and even senior secondary school to go into the world of work without...
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    development. This is because trained and better-qualified teachers tend to utilize resources more effectively than untrained ones. Nyagura and Reece (2002) in their study of teacher quality in Zimbabwe Secondary Schools listed such teacher variables that have positive effect on student achievement...
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  • Is Corporal Punishment a Strategy for Behavioural Change
    situations, B.F. Skinner noted that its use must be weighed against any potential negative effects. As crude as it seems, capital punishment has a number of merits that warrant its use. Capital punishment serves as a deterrent and is usually very effective depending on the extent to which it...
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  • Impact of Parental Involvement in the Academic Performance of 4th Year Nursing Students Sy 2010-2011
    student academic achievement. Effective parenting practices associated with high lvels of academic achievement include expectations that children earn high numerical grades on schoolwork. Statement of the Problem This study aims to determine the effects of parental involvement among selected 3rd...
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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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  • Corruption in Nigeria Tertiary Institution
    with corrupt tendencies had been revealed with the various probes of some sectors in Nigeria which indicated top ranking government officials. Above all, the quest to pass examinations at all cost due to emphasis hard on Certificates (rather than skill or life-long learning) had made students not to...
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    motivation and performance in school, both concurrently and futuristic ( Eccles, Wigfield,Shiefele,1998:Stipek,2002). Addressing teacher effects on student motivation also provides an opportunity to explore other important and cognate issues. For instance the extent that teachers affect motivational levels...
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  • Parental Involvement
    : Centre for Research on the Education of Students Placed at Risk Sheldon, S., and Epstein, J. (2001a) Focus on math achievement: effects of family and community involvement. Paper presented to the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Anaheim CA Singh, K., Bickley, P.G...
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