Archive of Journal of Education and Social Research; Volume 6, Number 1
Sule. Tariq Murtala & Mohad. Imam EFFECT OF PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION OF SPORTMANSHIP WITH ON PHYSICALLY CHALLENGED The purpose of the present study was to compare the sensation seeking and anxiety state of sports person with impairment vision problem. The total thirty (15 Cricketers and 15 Sprinters) male Open National[...] Read more Muhammad Asghar Ali, Dr. Tanveer Usman & & Dr. Zafar Zaman JOB SATISFACTION: A STUDY OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TUTORS Job satisfaction as a subject has been a major research focus question and in debate by the researchers since long. It garnered much magnitude owing to its significance for the accomplishment of[...] Read more Gladys Mathaba META-ANALYSIS OF THE CORRELATION BETWEEN INTERNET-LEARNING AND STUDENTS' ACADEMIC SUCCESS IN HIGHER EDUCATION E-learning is rapidly becoming an effective learning strategy within higher academic settings regards to the modern use of web systems in learning. Internet-learning involves utilization of information and[...] Read more Agabi, Chinyere Onyemaechi PhD. ACHIEVING FUNCTIONAL BASIC EDUCATION AS AN ECONOMIC TOOL FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Functional education is that education that is designed to equip prime beneficiaries with skills that enhance active participation in the economic development of society; an education that equips the learner[...] Read more Halima Amina Ismail INTEGRATION OF DIGITAL STORYTELLING IN EDUCATION Ultra-modern educators consider using technology will be an effective strategy in education for the new generation, making educational goals easier to achieve. However, technology is being studied by teachers and[...] Read more Josephine Banker & Katrina Anderson EVALUATION OF VIRTUAL MANIPULATIVES WITH OTHER INSTRUCTIONAL TREATMENT IN THIRD- AND FOURTH-GRADE CLASSROOMS The study dwelled on examining the evaluation of virtual manipulatives with other instructional treatment in third- and fourth-grade classrooms. Two treatment groups were signed for students: texts and physical manipulatives [...] Read more Richard Sorle Needorn PhD. RESOLVING CONFLICT THROUGH GAMES THEORY IN NIGERIAN OIL FIRMS Conflict is inevitable in organization. It has both functional and dysfunctional benefits. Approaches on conflict resolution abound in management literature. This study however is designed to look at how conflict can be resolved in the oil firms through games theory [...] Read more Mustapha Ali & M. Al-Mustapha Kasin COMPETENCE OF SCHOOL PRINCIPALS: ESSENTIALS CAPABILITIES FOR SCHOOL SUCCESS Competence can be defined as the capability, the comprehension; attitudes and skills to do job effectively and efficiently. This study shall make available information about the competencies that needed to be[...] Read more
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Juneman Rahardjo & Yeni Setiani CYBER-PHOEBIA, ACADEMIC PRESSURE, AND ACADEMIC PROCRASTINATION ON STUDENTS OF HIGHER LEARNING Academic procrastination is frequently observed amongst students of higher institution. The deficiency in the understanding and making the best use of computer technology may front to anxiety in terms of operating computer [...] Read more
Syanu K. Din CORELATION BETWEEN STUDENTS SOCIAL BEHAVIOR AND CHARACTER EDUCATION Character education program has been done both formally and informally in the academic community. It's intended as one of the underneath factor for grooming-up such as design activities. There is strong signal of the failure of the[...] Read more
Farha Gallud & Shuamaila Ismailazad IMPACT OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING ON STUDENTS' ACADEMIC ACCOMPLISHMENT This study is an effort to determine impact of cooperative learning strategy on students’ accomplishment in Education. Cooperative learning has been used by many a researcher as tutoring strategy with positive and enhanced [...] Read more
Amadi, Lawrence & Wali Kemkamma ENTREPRENEURIAL MARKETING INITIATIVES AND EXPORT SALES PERFORMANCE OF SMEs IN NIGERIAN FOOD PRODUCT SECTOR Saturation of most domestic markets and the intense level of competition among other factors have informed the need for internationalization of business operations. Besides, the quest for survival amidst business uncertainties is compelling business operators to look for innovative ways to achieve business success [...] Read more
Serena Singer & Fanny Livelihood LINKING EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS WITH POLICE OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAMS This study analysis on linking educational institutions with police officer training programs. Security is a very important issue to USA and the world in general. However, numerous agencies in the[...] Read more
Juanimmah Andre QUALITY PATTERN OF PEER REVIEW FOR JOURNALS This two-part article reviews the current literature on journal peer review. Research on this subject has grown during the 1980s and 1990s and has increased our awareness of both the myths and facts about[...] Read more
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