• Goals and Plan for Improvement
    Assessing Qualities Associated with the Teacher as a Person • Content Knowledge • Social Interactions with Students GOALS AND PLAN FOR IMPROVEMENT Goals and Plan for Improvement Summary Reflecting on My Current Performance (P49): The qualities of the teacher...
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  • Mr. Samson Alabi, Currently a Teacher in Secondary School
    BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY Social studies is a relatively new comer to Nigeria as a distinct field, its introduction can be traced to the modern wave of good educational practice, which stresses the importance of the process of learning, and its relevance to the community. In this sense, social studies was introduced...
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  • Teaching Styles
    learning ability is the teacher. Teachers are said to be the soldiers or heroes in the education system. They contribute to the success of the students learning. Teachers inspire students to learn when they also show a passion for learning. I think all of us will agree that teachers play a very significant...
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  • Filipino Values
    or extremely good. It needs signposts to give it reality. It cannot stand alone and has to go with a substantive. Hence, the signposts: the substantives to which the adjective excellent be attached. FOR THE SCHOOL SYSTEM THERE ARE FIVE SIGNPOSTS SUGGESTED THE NCE SIGNPOSTS  Quality Instruction ...
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  • Social Intelligence and Life Skills
    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE AND LIFE SKILLS OF SECONDARY TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS The process of education is considered so important in our society. It has become an integral part of our lives in the twenty first century with a special focus on life skills. As we are living in...
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  • Teachers Welfare and Its Effect on Workers Productivity
    Chapter One Introduction Background of the study Teachers account for the majority of spending on education provided by schools: on average 64% in developed countries (OECD, 2007a) and often running to over 90% in developing and transition countries. Research evidence indicates that, apart from...
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  • The Teaching Profession
    Cavite State University Cavite City ANNEX A document report in the subject: The Teaching Profession Chapter I: Social Institution “The Society and You” Date submitted: July 2, 2011 Submitted by: Mr. Dandy T. Palaganas Submitted to: Ms. Thea Dinglasan The Teaching Profession ...
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  • Higher Education and National Development a Corelation
    HIGHER EDUCATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 01 General Role of Teachers The significance and the role of the teaching profession in any society flows out of what society expects from education at a human level, what role it assigns to education in national development and what goals of development...
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  • Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior
    INFLUENCE OF COMMON INTEREST TO SOCIAL BEHAVIOR OF TEENAGERS STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM The present study aims to determine the Influence of Common Interest to Social Behavior of Teenagers. Specifically, this study seeks to answer the following questions: 1. What is the demographic profile of...
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  • njnu;iu
    College, 14 May 2010 2 of 21 Summary report Grades: 1 is outstanding; 2 is good; 3 is satisfactory; 4 is inadequate Overall effectiveness of provision Grade 2 Capacity to improve Grade 1 Grade Outcomes for learners 2 Quality of provision 1 Leadership and management 1 Safeguarding Equality and diversity ...
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  • Effect of Mdgs/Nti Capacity Building Workshops for Primary School Teachers on Pupils’ Academic Performance in Ibadan, Nigeria
    FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ON PUPILS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN IBADAN, NIGERIA Odeleye, D.A., Okunola, O.M. & Akinnola, F. Email: bodeleye@gmail.com Phone: +234-8060162719 ABSTRACT The study examined the effect of MDGs/NTI capacity building workshops for primary school teachers on pupils’ academic...
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  • Chapter1
    CHAPTER 1 REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE Introduction Social Studies are one of the most useful and important subjects taught in school. It has been on existence since the beginning of time as people of certain ancient civilizations make use of studying and putting into account the events of the past...
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  • Competency Level of the Faculty and Performance of the Nursing Students in the Enhancement Program: Basis for Program Upgrading
    Chapter 1 THE PROBLEM Background of the Study Teaching in college or university is marked by historic paradox: though institutions constantly talk up its importance, they evaluate faculty members primarily on the basis of evaluations made outside the classroom by the students. Teaching is what...
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  • European Journal of Social Sciences
    Journal of Social Sciences – Volume 13, Number 2 (2010) Students and Teachers’ Perception of the Causes of Poor Academic Performance in Ogun State Secondary Schools [Nigeria]: Implications for Couselling for National Development Asikhia O. A Senior Lecturer in the Department of Curriculum Studies and Instruction...
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  • Introduction to Thesis
    CHAPTER 1 THE PROBLEM BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY One of the missions of the educational system by year 2020 is to attain quality education, quality output, and quality teachers. How can we achieve all of these? Government should prioritize education. The task is to ensure children and give chances...
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  • A Study Examining the Use of Transformational Leadership Practices for Teacher Development
    A STUDY EXAMINING THE USE OF TRANSFORMATIONAL LEADERSHIP PRACTICES FOR TEACHER DEVELOPMENT By Barbara Button A Research Paper Submitted in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements of the Master of Science Degree With a Major in Education Approved: 2 Semester Credits Investigation Advisor The...
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  • Teaching Aptitude
    nature so it is termed as process. It is also not a fundamental concept as it is greatly influenced by social and human factors. Teaching is both art and science. It is an activity involving teacher and student with a view to the development of student. The main aim of teaching is to bring about socially...
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  • 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...
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  • Evaluating Teachers
    agree or disagree with the following statement? Schools should ask students to evaluate their teachers. Many schools in the world have recently been asking their students to evaluate their teachers, which is now a hotly debated issue. Some people agree with this kind of action; however others may...
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  • Thesis
    Improving students' relationships with teachers has important, positive and long-lasting implications for students' academic and social development. Solely improving students' relationships with their teachers will not produce gains in achievement (see "High quality academic instruction"). However, those...
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