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Effect Of Mathematics Colouring Worksheets On The Performance Of Basic School Pupils
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationMay,2018
The study was aimed at determining the effect of mathematics colouring worksheets on the performance of Basic School Pupils in solving addition and subtraction of integers at the lower primary level in the Brong-Ahafo Region of Ghana. A class of 30 Basic 3 pupils was conveniently selected for the study. The design used for this study was action research and research instrument employed in gathering data for the study was test. The test scores which were in the form of pre-test and post-test obtained from the pre- intervention and post- intervention stages respectively were organized using simple frequency tables and analyzed using Paired Samples T-test in the Statistical Package foViewViews: 40Google+

Relationship Between West African Senior School Certificate Examination Entry Grades In Core Subjects And Final Results Of Students At College Of Education
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationMay,2018 premium
The study was an ex-post facto survey, which investigated the relationship between West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) entry grades in Mathematics, English and Integrated Science and academic performance of final Diploma in Basic Education. Four hundred and twenty-two (422) students who graduated in 2015 and 2016 were sampled for the study. The sampled students’ WASSCE entry grades in Mathematics, English Language and Integrated Science (MES) were recorded from their academic files kept at the data office while data on their final classes were collated at the assessment office. Pearson product moment correlation coefficients, Analysis of variance and multiViewViews: 17Google+

Influence Of Organizational Recruitment Practices On Female Teachers’ Upward Mobility In Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationMay,2018 premium
This study aimed at establishing the influence that organizational recruitment practices could have on female teachers’ upward mobility in Kenyan secondary schools. The study objectives were: Seek the perception of principals on the aspects of recruitment practices which could deter female teachers from rising to positions of principalship; establish whether the managerial recruitment practices had any influence on upward mobility of female teachers; and determine whether policy guidelines on recruitment processes hindered female teachers from ascending to the position of principal. The study used descriptive design, utilizing both quantitative and qualitative techniques in data collectionViewViews: 8Google+

Reader-text Match: An Assessment Of Comprehension Levels Of English Language Texts Amongst Senior Secondary School Students, Nasarawa State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationMay,2018 super premium
This study investigated the reader-text match of comprehension levels of English Language texts amongst senior secondary school students in Nasarawa State, Nigeria. Five research questions and one null hypothesis were postulated to guide this study. The ex-post facto research design was used. Using a combination of the cluster sampling and simple random sampling techniques, five schools out of the 246 public secondary schools in Nasarawa State were selected. The sample consisted of 444 students in SS 1, 492 in SS 2 and 375 in SS 3. The readability levels of the texts were established by using the Flesch-Kincaid readability formula and the Lexile Framework while the reading levels oViewViews: 23Google+

Assessment Of The Level Of Stakeholders’ Involvement In Forest Offences In South-west Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryMay,2018
The paper assessed the level of stakeholders’ involvement in forest offences in south west, Nigeria. Primary data were obtained from forestry officials, timber contractors, saw millers and farmers using sampling proportionate to size. Four sets of structured questionnaire were used with oral interview. A set of questionnaire was administered to 152 forestry officials, 128 timber contractors, 201 saw millers and 251 farmers in communities associated with selected Forest Reserves (FRs). Various Forest Offences (FO), fines accrued from FO, level of stakeholders’ involvement in FO such as Illegal farming (IF), Illegal felling of tree (IFT), Trespassing in the reserve (TIR), Trafficking unhamViewViews: 3Google+

Causes Of Human Encroachment On Aberdare Forest In Njabini Ward, Nyandarua County, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of GeographyMay,2018 premium
Human encroachment into forests is happening in many parts of the world, especially in the Tropics where Tropical mountain forests show the highest recession rate. In Africa where population growth is high and cultivable land is little farmers are forced to use marginal and riparian lands. This research sought to establish the causes of encroachment on Aberdare Forest, one of Kenya’s five water towers. Some limitations that were encountered during this research included inaccessibility of some areas due to poor roads, time limitation and finances. The Theory of Himalayan Environmental Degradation was used here as the theoretical framework. In this research the methodology used was both quaViewViews: 14Google+

Corporate Governance Practices And Corporate Performance: Empirical Evidence From The Ghanaian Banking Industry
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementMay,2018
The main objective of the study was to examine the extent to which corporate governance practices impact on the performance of banks in Ghana. The research strategies adopted were both descriptive and correlation research methods. The population (same as sample size) for the study comprised thirty four (34) licensed commercial banks in Ghana. The study relied on the annual reports for five year (2011-2015) for financial and corporate governance practice data. Multiple regression model was used for the study. Both Return on Equity (ROE) and Return on capital Employed (ROCE) were as performance measurement variables. In addition, corporate governance practiceViewViews: 6Google+

Analysis Of Printing Raw Materials On Quality Image Production
Researchjournali's Journal Of ManagementMay,2018
Printing success will always be based on Total Quality Management (TQM) by continuously looking for ways to improve quality throughout all parts of the printing business and processes. The study examined the background of printing business by analysing the quality issues that lead to quality print production and by analysing factors affecting quality performance in the printing industry in Nairobi Central Business District. A critical inclusion of statement of the problem was identified by the research followed by the introductory part. This is harmoniously succeeded by the objectives of the study of quality of materials. Theories in quality as fishbone theory developed by Ishakawa, PDCA theViewViews: 22Google+

Do Importers Have A Choice In Deciding On A Shipping Line?
Researchjournali's Journal Of MarketingMay,2018
The study’s research objective was to specifically assess the factors that influence the choice of shipping lines among importers in Ghana. It further seeks to identify the relative importance of the factors that influence their shipping line choice. The study conveniently samples 100 import companies which are located within the enclave of Tema industrial area and harbour area and administered questionnaires to them. Data gathered is analysed with SPSS. The study establishes that importers choice of shipping line is influenced by several factors bothering on pricing, service quality and customer service and port operations. However, in relation to the relative importance of the identifiedViewViews: 5Google+

The Geometric Thinking Levels Of Mathematics Pre-service Teachers’ In Northern Ghana Colleges Of Education
Researchjournali's Journal Of MathematicsMay,2018 premium
The study was carried out in the three (3) Northern regions of Ghana where five Mathematics / Science Colleges of Educations were involved. The purpose of the study was to investigate the Mathematics Pre-service Teachers Van Hiele levels of geometric thinking in Northern Ghana. A sample of 298 MPST from Upper East, Upper West and Northern regions of Ghana was used for the study. The sample composed of fifty 50 (16.8%) female and two hundred and forty-eight 248 (83.2%) male MPST. Both purposive and simple random sampling techniques were used. The MPST were given Van Hiele Geometry Test during their second year second semester. From the results of the VHGT levels, 150 (50.3%) reached Van HielViewViews: 9Google+

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