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INTEGRITY JOURNAL OF EDUCATION AND TRAINING
Integrity Research Journals

ISSN: 2636-5995
Model: Open Access/Peer Reviewed
DOI: 10.31248/IJET
Start Year: 2016
Email: ijet@integrityresjournals.org


IJET Articles


Psychological Factors As Correlates Of Undergraduates Students’ Academic Performance In Educational Psychology, Gombe State University
This study examined psychological factors as correlates of students’ academic performance in Education Psychology (EDUC 203) at Gombe State University. The study adopted a correlation design. The population used for this study was level two undergraduate students with a total of 781 students. Purposive sampling was used where the whole population was used as... Continue here

The Relationship Between Parental Availability And Aggression In The 21stcentury: Studies Among Adolescents In Nnewi North Local Government Area, Anambra State, Nigeria
Manifestation of aggression among adolescents could be related to poor parental availability. In this study, the relationship between parental availability and aggression in the twenty-first century among adolescents in Nnewi North Local Government Area (LGA) Anambra State, Nigeria was investigated. Two research questions guided the study. The researchers adopted... Continue here

Attitudinal, Normative And Control Beliefs Underlying Graduate Students’ Adoption Of The Learning Management System For Learning At The University Of Education, Winneba, Ghana
The purpose of the study was to use the Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) to identify the underlying beliefs that impact online learning behaviours of graduate students at the Faculty of Educational Studies, University of Education, Winneba, Ghana following the sudden outbreak of COVID-19, which led to national lockdowns and closure of schools. The article reports... Continue here

A Study Of The Impact Of Birth Order On Academic Performance As Perceived By Guidance And Counselling Students Of Taraba State University, Jalingo, Nigeria
: The study examined the impact of birth order on academic performance as perceived by Guidance and Counselling students, Taraba State University Jalingo, Nigeria. The descriptive survey design was used for the study. From a population of 382 Guidance and Counselling students (2020/2021 academic session) in Taraba State University Jalingo, a sample of 101 students... Continue here

Perception Of Secondary School Science And Mathematics Teachers On Professional Development Participation In Zamfara State, Nigeria
The study adopted a descriptive survey design to examine the perception of secondary school science and mathematics teachers on professional development in Zamfara State, Nigeria. The population of the study consisted of all Science and Mathematics teachers in public secondary schools in Zamfara State. A sample of 217 respondents were drawn through purposive and... Continue here

Human Resource Management Practices In Senior High Schools: An Account Of Those Who Matter
The study reports human resource management practices in senior high schools. Specifically, the study sought to determine the existing human resource management practices and to examine the perception of teachers on human resource management practices. Descriptive survey and quantitative research approach were adopted in this study. A sample of 90 teachers and 30... Continue here

Ict Skills Activation For Secondary School Students And Its Implication On Mathematics Proficiency
The study investigated an assessment of ICT skills needed for mathematical proficiency among secondary school students. Mathematics proficiency made up of procedural fluency (PF), conceptual understanding (CU), strategic competence (SC), adaptive reasoning (AR) and productive disposition (PD) were examined in the study. The research design employed was descriptive... Continue here

Perceived Influence Of Male Child Preference On The Social Adjustment Of Women Producing Only Females In Jalingo Local Government Taraba State, Nigeria
The purpose of this study was to investigate the influence of male child preference on the social adjustment of women producing only females in Jalingo Local Government, Taraba State, Nigeria. A descriptive survey design was used for the study. The population that was used for this study was the entire single and married female gender in Jalingo Local Government.... Continue here

Heterogeneous Catalysis: Efficacy Of Curriculum And Item-teaching Techniques On Students’ Conceptual Understanding Of Heat And Vapours Among Senior Secondary Schools In Zamfara State
The study sought to find out the relative effect of curriculum and item-teaching techniques on students’ conceptual understanding in heat and vapours in senior secondary school in Zamfara State. Three research questions and three null hypotheses guided the study. The study adopted a quasi-experimental research design, precisely non-equivalent control group... Continue here

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