EFFECT OF ANIMATION INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGY ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT, INTEREST AND RETENTION IN CHEMICAL BONDING

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background of the study No nation of the world will attain its zenith in technology or development without giving proper attention to the teaching and learning of science. The development of a nation depends largely on the level of scientific and technological advancement of that nation. Asiyai(2005) found that chemistry has helped in the development of modern technology through the application of its principles to modern inventions.The study of chemistry has been and will remain of tremendous importance to mankind because chemistry is capable of explaining natural phenomena and everyday occurrences. Furthermore,…

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THE EFFECTS OF PROJECTOR MEDIATED AND DEMONSTRATION METHODS ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN BASIC ELECTRONICS IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES IN LAGOS STATE

Abstract Until recently basic electronics technical education was meant for those who could not cope effectively with conventional academic pursuits.  In Nigeria today, basic electronics in technical education had become a thing of National Interest because it has been realized that it has efficacy in producing the dreamed and desired manpower for the nation.  It was on this stand that the researcher looked at how to enhance student academic performance in basic electronics using projector mediated and demonstration methods. Seven Technical Teachers were randomly sampled; research questions guided the study.  Data were collected and analyzed. …

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EFFECTS OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED INSTRUCTION ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG NCE PHYSICS STUDENTS OF DIFFERENT ABILITIES IN NIGER STATE, NIGERIA

ABSTRACT. The study investigated the effect of computer- assisted instruction on academic achievement of Nigeria Certificate in Education Physics students of different abilities, in Niger State, Nigeria. Six research questions were raised and six null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The study adopted pretest and posttest quasi experimental control group design. Two hundred and eleven (211) NCE II students from the two colleges of education in Niger State were used as research sample. Purposive sampling techniques was used to choose the two schools while balloting method was employed to assign the colleges into…

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THE IMPACT OF E-LEARNING ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE

ABSTRACT This study focused on the impact of e-learning on academic performance. The study relates to a level one undergraduate module delivered using traditional lectures and e-learning based methods. E-learning has been revealed in this study not to have a positive impact on academic achievement contrary to the expectations of this study. The paper also examines the data for the presence of interaction effects between e-learning study hours and socio-demographic characteristics. This is undertaken to identify whether or not personal-characteristic-related learning style differences influence the extent to which students benefit from e-learning. It is found…

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COMBINED EFFECT OF COMPUTER TUTORIAL AND DRILL ON SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT, INTEREST, AND RETENTION IN BASIC ELECTRONICS

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