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Online Learning Developing A Predicitive Model For Success
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationJul,2018
The purpose of this research was to present a predictive model of success in online learning. Three variables (emotional intelligence, locus of control, and grit) were selected based on research that would relate to attitude, norms, and perceived behavioral control which would result in intention in engagement in online learning. The problem with developing predictive models is sometimes they are not predictive, however there are still lessons to be learned from this research. All variables showed significance in their relationship with online learning.ViewViews: 5Google+

Relevance Of Performance Contracting Policy In Delivery Of Educational Services In The Ministry Of Education In Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of EducationJul,2018 super premium
This study is meant to assess and determine whether there is relevance in performance Contracting (PC) policy as practiced in its current form in the Ministry of Education in Kenya after several years of its implementation. The research questions guiding the study is; what influence has performance contracting had on overall performance at the Ministry of Education in Kenya?; what is the relevance of Performance Contracting as practiced in its current form at the Ministry of Education in Kenya? The study adopted a case study design in the light of mixed methods research specifically the convergent parallel mixed method design. A total of 232 respondents based at the Ministry’s headquartersViewViews: 6Google+

Seed Germination Percentage And Growth Performance Of Caesalpinia Pulcherrima As Influenced By Different Pre-sowing Treatment
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryJul,2018
Three experiments were conducted in the plastic greenhouse at the Sinna Garden, University of Ghana, Legon, Ghana to investigate the effects of different pre-sowing treatment (water treatment, growth regulator, and sulphuric acid scarification plus water soaking) on seed germination and plant growth of Caesalpinia pulcherrima from October to December, 2011 and January to April, 2012 respectively. The experimental design used was randomized complete block design. There were 4 treatments in experiment 1, 7 in experiment 2 and 6 in experiment 3. Each experiment was replicated five times. The result showed that pre-sowing treatments significantly influenced the germination mean time of seeds at ViewViews: 3Google+

Genetic Diversity Of Salix For Different Growth Parameters At Two Different Sites
Researchjournali's Journal Of ForestryJul,2018
Twenty-two willow clones were planted in randomized block design with three replications at two sites (University Seed Farm, Ladhowal, Ludhiana and Alamwala forest, Range Malout, Division Muktsar) to study the genetic diversity among different clones for their growth parameters. The data for plant height, collar diameter, number of branches per plant, canopy spread and diameter at breast height were recorded. All the characters under study at both the locations exhibited significant differences among different clones. On the basis of plant height and collar diameter, clones UHFS-1, UHFS-3 and UHFS-13 were found best at Ludhiana with submerged condition and clones UHFS-1 and UHFS-19 were bestViewViews: 2Google+

Farming Households Description On Causes Of 2010 Flood Disaster In Sokoto State, Nigeria
Researchjournali's Journal Of GeographyJul,2018
The study identified 178 farming households affected by the 2010 flood disaster that described the causes of 2010 flood disaster in Sokoto State, Nigeria. The questionnaire with 1.0 reliability coefficient was used for the collection of primary data, while descriptive statistics was used for data analysis. The study revealed that (91.6%) of the farming households expressed that the excessive rainfall was the natural factor that caused the 2010 flood disaster, while (92.1%) of the farming households expressed that the excessive released of water from Goronyo Dam was the human factor that caused the 2010 flood disaster. The study also revealed that (68.0%) of the farming households expressed tViewViews: 31Google+

The Decline Of The Indus Civilisation
Researchjournali's Journal Of HistoryJul,2018
This paper analyses all the aspects of why the Indus/Harappan civilisation collapsed, these reasons cover all aspects of what is essential to a society including environmental reasons, reasons related to migration, abandonment, availability of food and economic elements, and how they may have contributed to its decline. While there have been several factors contributing to its decline, no one factor is held responsible, so its imperative that we must take into consideration all aspects of the civilisation and why they were important. Through my study, I have tried to cover most of the issues and co-related them with the Harappan society as well as other contemporary societies to demonstrate ViewViews: 102Google+

Labor Turnover In Selected Hotels In The Sunyani Municipality
Researchjournali's Journal Of Hospitality TourismJul,2018
The hospitality industry is a labor intensive industry and so it is very common to experience labor turnover in all the sectors. Initial observations in some hospitality service joints indicate that new faces are found at these hotels over a short period. This study was motivated by the desire of the researchers to find out the nature of employee turnover in the hospitality industry in the Sunyani Municipality the factors that account for it, effects on their operation and the probable solutions to curtail the problem. This study was therefore conducted to identify the causes leading to labor turn over and the effect it has on some selected hotels in Sunyani municipality of the Brong Ahafo RViewViews: 3Google+

Effects Of Employee Engagement On Employees’ Turnover Intention At Ethiopian Management Institute
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceJul,2018 premium
The aim of the study was to investigate the effect of employee engagement on turnover intention of employees in Ethiopian Management Institute. The data was collected through self administered questionnaire from 160 respondents. The instruments used for data collection were Gallup (1985) 12 items employee engagement questionnaire and Shore and Martin (1989) 4 item turnover intention survey tool. Spearman’s Rank Correlation Statistical tool and linear regression were used to test the hypotheses. The finding revealed that there is moderate level of employees’ engagement. The finding also showed turnover intention level of employees in the institute is moderate. Significant negatiViewViews: 2Google+

Influence Of Performance Contracting On Employee Job Satisfaction At The Ministry Of Education In Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceJul,2018 super premium
This study purposes to determine the perceived influence of performance contracting (PC) implementation on employee job satisfaction at the Ministry of Education in Kenya. The research question focusing the study is; What is the perceived impact of Performance Contracting on employee job satisfaction in the Ministry of Education in Kenya?;The study adopted mixed methods design combining quantitative (descriptive cross sectional survey) and qualitative (case study). There were 232 respondents drawn from the Ministry headquarters who participated. They were sampled through stratified random sampling and purposive sampling techniques. The primary instrument for data collection was a questionnaViewViews: 4Google+

Compromising Style Of Conflict Management And Employee Performance In Public Hospitals In Nyeri County, Kenya
Researchjournali's Journal Of Human ResourceJul,2018
In this changing society, it’s been noticeable that conflicts are ineluctable especially among individuals, groups and organisations. The paper was on compromising style of conflict management and its effect on employee performance in the public hospitals in Nyeri County.Compromising style known as lose-lose situation is seen to be a commonly used style to solve conflicts in organisations. The study was guided by the human relations theory and the Thomas Kilmann conflict model instrument. The research was quantitative and the research design used in this study was descriptive research. The target population for the study were medical practioners such as the doctors, nurses and clinical offViewViews: 5Google+

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