Tag Archives: Implication

The Impact of Private Secondary Schools on Examination Malpractices in Nigeria (Published)

This paper examines the impact of private secondary school on examination malpractices in Nigeria. It also explain the impact of the school management, teachers, parents, government agents and students on examination malpractices in Nigeria. However, it also discussed the causes and effects of Examination Malpractices on the academic achievement of the private secondary schools students. Yet, it emphasis the factors that influence the students on examination malpractice in private secondary schools. Similarly, it states the outcomes of examination malpractices on the academic performance of the secondary schools students in Nigeria. Thus, the implications of examination malpractice on the student’s academic achievement were thoroughly discussed.  

Keywords: Academic, Achievement, Examination, Implication, Parents, Performance, Private, Secondary Schools, Teacher, malpractices

School Culture: Implication to Academic Performance of the Students in Tertiary Institutions, Nigeria (Published)

This paper examines school subculture; implication to the academic performance of the students in tertiary institutions in Nigeria. However, many students are ignorance of join the negative subculture .Yet, there is no ways for them to come out from deadly subculture, because they have made vowed that they should stay with their members forever. Similarly, the cause’s negative subculture were thoroughly examined and also the effects are critical discussed while implication of negative subculture were well explained. Indeed, many students in tertiary institutions were the victims of deadly bad groups in Nigeria tertiary institutions.

Keywords: Implication, Negative, Performance, Students, Subculture, Tertiary Institution

The Effects of Single Parent on Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in Nigeria (Published)

This paper examines the effects of single parent on academic performance of secondary school students in Nigeria. Yet, it critical examination the challenges which the children of single parents encounter in secondary education. It also explain the causes of single parenting. Similarly, it stated clearly the effects of single parenting on academic achievement of secondary school students. Otherwise, it emphasis implication of single parenting on academic performance of their children in secondary education in Nigeria.

Keywords: Academic, Achievement, Implication, Secondary School, Single-Parent, Students, pterformance

Plato’s Philosophy of Education and Its Implications to Counselling (Published)

The focus of this work is on the implication of Plato’s philosophy of education on counselling. It unveiled that Plato’s philosophy of education hinges on education for all boys and girls to the limits of their ability and in the same analysis, people should be educated according to their various talents and abilities. This has implication for trait and factor theory in counselling which surmises that decisions about vocations are not adequate if one does not understand himself as much as the characteristics of the vocation which an individual want to pursue. At the end, recommendations were made which includes, for the avoidance of wastages, talents should be engaged where they fit in and that the curriculum should be flexible.

The focus of this work is on the implication of Plato’s philosophy of education on counselling. It unveiled that Plato’s philosophy of education hinges on education for all boys and girls to the limits of their ability and in the same analysis, people should be educated according to their various talents and abilities. This has implication for trait and factor theory in counselling which surmises that decisions about vocations are not adequate if one does not understand himself as much as the characteristics of the vocation which an individual want to pursue. At the end, recommendations were made which includes, for the avoidance of wastages, talents should be engaged where they fit in and that the curriculum should be flexible.

Keywords: Counselling, Implication, Philosophy of Education

The Effects of Cohabitation on Academic Performance of the Students in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria (Published)

This paper examines the effects of Cohabitation on Academic Performance of the students in higher institution in Nigeria.  However, it also determined the major types of cohabitation which existed many years in higher institutions such as Polytechnics, Colleges of Education and Universities. It also explained the effects of Cohabitation on the Students’ Academic Achievement in higher institutions in Nigeria where the students practice it among their partners. Similarly, it is critically examined the common reasons why the students cohabitating on campuses. Yet, it emphasized the implication of cohabitation on the students’ academic performance in tertiary institutions in Nigeria.

 

Keywords: Academic, Achievement, Cohabitation, Implication, Performance, Tertiary Institution

The Roles of Education in Nigeria: Implication to Economic Development. (Published)

This paper examines the roles of education on economic development. However, it stated clearly the contributions of education on economic acceleration in Nigeria. Yet, it also discussed the types of education. Similarly, it explained the implication of education on the economic development.     

Keywords: Contribution, Economic Development, Implication, roles of education

Religious Perceptions of Suicide and Implication for Suicidiology Advocacy in Nigeria (Published)

The role of religion in contemporary suicide advocacy cannot be overemphasized. Suicide, in most cases had lent itself to multidisciplinary considerations, although before now has been largely scientific. This includes a combination of psychology, medicine, psychiatry, biomedicine, psychobiology, neurology, medical sociology and others. In most situations, religion, philosophy of religion and philosophy have not been given the rightful place in suicide consideration. This approach could be seen clearly as a negative oversight. The goal of this paper is to examine some common religious perceptions, and consequently apply such in the quest for suicidiology advocacy. The paper applied religious, philosophical, historical and sociological research methodology. It is recommended that a clear understanding of some common religious perceptions of suicide would engender an aggressive drive towards suicidiology advocacy. Consequently, there would be a reduction in the level of suicide behaviour or complete suicide.

Keywords: Implication, Religious perception, Suicide, Suicidology advocacy

Dilemma of indiscipline in Secondary Schools: A Case Study of Toro Local Government Area Plateau State Nigeria, Implications for Corruption and Terrorism (Published)

This research was prompted by the dilemma of indiscipline in secondary schools in Toro local government area of Plateau state. The essence of the study was to identify risk factors of indiscipline, its effects on students’ academic performance, its’ implications for teacher effectiveness and relate its’ potentials for corruption and terrorism. The purpose was to come up with more effective alternative ways to address the phenomenon. The study had six objectives. Ten research questions guided the study. The theoretical anchor was Ivan Pavlov operant conditioning theory which explains maladjusted behavior. The sampling frame was made up of 102 secondary schools, 2887 teachers and 31604 students. The survey design was adopted. The convenient sampling technique was used. The simple percentage and averages were utilized to analyze the data. The sole instrument used was a structured questionnaire. The basic suggestion advocates a rethink of the effectiveness of the teachers and the state of school environment. The government should provide scholarships at secondary and tertiary levels for deserving students, implement free education, and also explore avenues of providing lucrative jobs for graduates as motivating factors. Disciplinary cases should be referred to juvenile courts. The system of education should provide differentiated curriculum.     

Keywords: Corruption, Dilemma, Implication, Indiscipline, Secondary Schools, Terrorism

Implication of Diffusion Model In The Process of Adoption & Practices of Organic Farming in Nepal (Published)

The theory of diffusion of innovation is very popular and widely tested theory in the process of diffusion of information among the wider society. Information system effects on the decision making process. Right information in right time can make the right decision. The aim of this study was to examine the implication of diffusion model in the process of adoption and practices of organic farming in Nepalese context. The study was conducted among the 578 farmers of four districts by selecting purposively. Structured questionnaires survey was done to collect their experiences. As a theoretical process of diffusion model: initially farmers collected the information from neighbors, radio & TV and other sources and thought about its cost and benefit and decide to adoption. After its practice, more than 95% felt satisfaction and suggested to other people also to involve in the organic farming. Finally, more than 98% confirmed its necessity of continuation in future also. No any farmer decided to discontinue of organic farming in near future. There is significant improvement in the socio-economic status of farmers after involvement in organic farming so that farmers are eager to continue it. Some of the farmers have reported its challenges also which needs to be addressed by the government authorities and other concerned organization to increase the numbers of organic farmers. 

Keywords: Diffusion Model, Implication, Nepal, Organic farming, Process & Practices