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Evaluation Of The Effects Of Covid-19 Pandemic Outbreaks On Basic Science School Curriculum Implementation In Junior Secondary Schools In Ekiti State, Nigeria | Funmi Florence Adegbola Ph.D  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Apr,2022
This study evaluated the effect of the COVID -19 pandemic on Basic Science implementation in the teaching and learning of Basic Science in junior secondary schools in Ekiti State. The research procedure involves descriptive research of survey type. Participants were 320 Basic Science students randomly selected across four Local Government

The Role Of The Principal In Shaping The School Climate | Mrs Ekaterini Vakaloudi  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Apr,2022
The purpose of this quantitative study was to investigate the relationship between the role of the school principal and the school climate. The population of this study consists of five schools located in various parts of the Greek territory. Quantitative data were obtained using two questionnaires, the Leadership Questionnaire and

Vegetation Indices Efficiency For Six Solomon Islands Tree Species With Open Source Gis | D. L. Cornelio  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Forestry | Apr,2022
Leaf area index and vegetation indexes are used in production ecology since the 1960s. The relative foliar areas on wild seedlings of six tree species were estimated by four vegetation indexes at the Honiara Botanical Garden, and their accuracy determined by their closeness to maximum likelihood classification outcomes of the

Rural-urban Migration For Employment In Kisumu Central Sub-county, Kenya | Prisca Onditi  Prof. Francis Ang'awa (PhD)  Dr. Otieno, A. Charles (PhD)  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Geography | Apr,2022  super premium
The unemployment, unstable and low-paying jobs in the urban centers compel most migrants to live in slums and informal settlements. The latter is associated with poor living conditions and moral breakdown thus forcing migrants to adopt coping strategies to survive. The objective was to evaluate the coping strategies adopted by

Relapse Risk Factors Across Socio-demographic Patterns Of Persons Admitted With Substance Use Disorder In Selected Rehabilitation Centres In Kenya | Jacqueline A. Anundo  Caroline Ayuya Muaka, Ph.D.  Kennedy Ongaro  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Public Health | Apr,2022
An understanding of the impact of risk factors for relapse can be instrumental in developing more targeted treatment to reduce relapse rates. This paper examined the relapse risk factors across socio-demographic patterns of persons admitted with substance use disorder. Objectives of this study were; to determine the levels of hazardous

Effect Of Different Fertilizer Rates And Harvesting Methods On Banhji Shoot | Amos Joel Makweta (MSc. Soil Science)  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Mar,2022
Although soft banhji shoots produce good quality tea, they are not desirable because they become coarse rapidly. Further more, banhji shoot prevents development of the shoot thereby contributing to yield reduction. Where possible, it is desirable to reduce banhji shoots. Mechanical harvesting is becoming the option in many countries including

Comparison Of Soil Ph Between Tea Fields Under Hand And Mechanical Tea Harvesting | Amos Joel Makweta (MSc. Soil Science)  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Mar,2022
In Tanzania, mechanizing tea harvesting is becoming a necessity. Through the available knowledge, it is known that mechanical tea harvesting is non selective as such it takes more biomass from the plant than hand method. Moreover, the extent of damage to the plant is also higher. Because of these differences,

The Impact Of Environmental Heterogeneity On The Phenotypic Variation In Both Morphology And Life History Traits Of Pelophylax Ridibundus In Saudi Arabia | Gamal M .Bekhet  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Agriculture | Mar,2022
Aim: Phenotypic plasticity is known as the capacity to change in response to different environmental conditions and if these changes imply reversible transformations, it is known as phenotypic flexibility. This plasticity includes changes in behavior, physiology, morphology, growth, life history and demography. Developmental constraints may place a limit on the

Teacher Remuneration By County Government And Its Influence On Implementation Of Early Childhood Education Curriculum: The Case Of Homabay County, Kenya | Edward Otieno Obuya  Dr. Hellen Guantai  Dr. Ephantus Kaugi  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Education | Mar,2022
Early Childhood Development Education (ECDE) is the bedrock and foundation of all learning in the life of any child. In Kenya, significant progress has been realized since the devolvement of the management Early Childhood Development Education including teacher management by the County Governments by the Constitution of Kenya, 2010. However,

An Investigation Into The State Of Market Discipline For Basel Ii/iii And Green Banking Disclosures In Zimbabwean Banks: A Content Analysis Approach | Dr Gilbert Tepetepe  Dr Easton Simenti-Phiri  Professor Danny Morton  | Researchjournali's Journal Of Finance | Mar,2022  super premium
Using content analysis, this paper pioneers an investigation into the state of market discipline for Basel II/III and green banking disclosures in Zimbabwean banks. This follows Zimbabwe's Basel II/III adoption and proposals by the 2021 United Nations Conference for Climate Change (COP26) for countries to accelerate their pace of greening

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