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Visiting Days In Boarding Schools Visiting Days In Boarding Schools Новинка

Visiting Days In Boarding Schools

4839 руб.
With the cultural basis of rearing children shattered due to urbanization and inversion of new ideas about human behavior, today's parents face the complexity of child rearing. This has necessitated a complementary role of parents and school authorities to socialize children. This book explores various ways in which parental visitation in schools is organized and its implications on students' discipline. Policy measures are recommended to guide this occassion.
Principals' Management Styles and Students' Discipline in Schools Principals' Management Styles and Students' Discipline in Schools Новинка

Principals' Management Styles and Students' Discipline in Schools

7790 руб.
This book on management of students’ discipline presents a research on the extent to which principals involve teachers and parents in students discipline management. Using ex post facto research design, data were collected through a self-administered questionnaire from secondary school principals, teachers and parents in Nyandarua and Laikipia Districts, Kenya. Data were analyzed using t-test and one-way ANOVA. Findings from the study revealed that more experienced principals, female principals, principals heading large schools, Day and Boarding schools, were more inclusive. This had a positive effect on teachers’ and parental input in discipline management. Save for female headed schools, inclusion of teachers and parents had no beneficial effect on discipline in schools under more experienced principals, large schools and boarding schools. These findings have important implications on discipline management. Specifically principals should embrace an inclusive climate in their schools. Further research should be done to determine why inclusive approach did not impact positively on discipline in schools under more experienced principals, large schools and boarding schools.
School Guidance Services School Guidance Services Новинка

School Guidance Services

4839 руб.
Zambian Boarding High Schools are unique in many ways. Learners are removed from their parents for a long period of time making them depend on their peers and teachers for personal/social and academic guidance. Sometimes they encounter challenges beyond which their peers and teachers can help. The provision of guidance services to aid such pupils therefore is critical. The book provides an evaluation of school guidance services in boarding high schools bringing out problems learners face, guidance services available in boarding high schools and an evaluation of these services based on the learners’ views. While learners face many problems, and guidance services available are not offered to a satisfactory degree due to several challenges, learners expressed satisfaction with the guidance services provided. The author recommends the training, deployment and effective utilization of School Counsellors in all schools. Further, the training of learner peer – counsellors and establishment of guidance clubs in schools is necessary. The book is useful to education policy makers, school administrators, students of Psychology and Guidance and Counselling and all teacher educators.
An Evaluation of Guidance and Counseling Programmes in Primary Schools An Evaluation of Guidance and Counseling Programmes in Primary Schools Новинка

An Evaluation of Guidance and Counseling Programmes in Primary Schools

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Guidance and counselling in Primary schools in Kenya can be traced back to 1963 when the country gained its independence. Guidance and counselling was then introduced in schools for the purpose of career development of all learners and integration or cohesion of citizens. Two decades later, problems in schools were compounded by ethnic clashes which locked the country in 1992, 1997, 2002 and the worst in 2007/2008. UNICEF and other agencies of United Nations Organization (UNO) acknowledged this by conducting many workshops and short time courses for teachers and youth volunteers in conflict management and counselling. This study was an evaluation of counselling programmes Molo District. Out of 65 primary schools in the District, a probability sample of 25 schools has been decided to represent urban, rural, boarding and both mixed and single sex schools. Finally the research sought to explain strengths, weakness, threats and opportunities within the district, regarding the future of guidance and counselling in primary schools.
Wastage in secondary schools in Kenya: Case of Murang’a East District Wastage in secondary schools in Kenya: Case of Murang’a East District Новинка

Wastage in secondary schools in Kenya: Case of Murang’a East District

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The purpose of this study was to determine the nature, trend and factors that cause wastage in form of drop-outs and repetition in secondary schools in Murang’a East District in Kenya.It was guided by the following objectives: To investigate the magnitude of wastage in secondary schools; to find out the causes of wastage in secondary schools; to determine the classes where wastage is rampant; and to establish corrective measures that can minimize repetitions and dropouts. The study was conducted using a descriptive survey design and it targeted all the head teachers, teachers and students in day and boarding secondary schools. The sample comprised of 20 head teachers, 120 teachers, and 400 students randomly selected from the 20 sampled schools in the district. Data was collected using questionnaires for head teachers, teachers and students, an interview schedule for the District Education Officer and observation schedule for physical resources such as classrooms, libraries. It was then analysed using quantitative and qualitative statistics and the results are presented here in.
Influence Of School Uniqueness On Pupil Performance And Transition Influence Of School Uniqueness On Pupil Performance And Transition Новинка

Influence Of School Uniqueness On Pupil Performance And Transition

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Performance of pupils at Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examination is an indicator of the efficiency and uniqueness of schools. At primary school level, it determines efficiency in school management and level of transition to secondary school. Study used survey research and population of head-teachers and teachers serving in 248 primary schools both public and private. Sample comprised 56 head-teachers and 56 teachers from 56 schools. Research instruments had reliability at alpha 0.83. Data was analysed through quantitative statistics with aid of SPSS 17.0 for Windows. Study indicated that academic performance in public primary schools was low and had fluctuated over years. Study also indicated deficiency in admission capacity at secondary school. Boarding, private and urban schools performed better and had higher transition rates compared to day, public and rural schools. Study recommended need for enhancement of performance in examinable subjects in order to boost efficiency in transition rates. It also recommended improvement of capacity in secondary schools to admit more students.
Effects of Principals’ Leadership Styles Effects of Principals’ Leadership Styles Новинка

Effects of Principals’ Leadership Styles

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The book shows explicitly that there is a definite relationship between the principal’s leadership style and students’ discipline. Having looked at various categories of schools: Mixed Day School, mixed boarding schools, pure girls and boys boarding, it was clear that how the students behaved depended on how the principal led the schools. Findings showed that an authoritarian principal managed to make the students behave well and even perform better but out of fear. Democratic principals also managed to have well behaved students as signs of any indiscipline are noticed early enough and attended to. For laizzer faire students behaved in a chaotic manner as everything is left to them to decide. The author cannot fail to overemphasize the need to combine all the leadership styles for better behavior.
Needs Analysis for an ELT Methodoloy Needs Analysis for an ELT Methodoloy Новинка

Needs Analysis for an ELT Methodoloy

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English language learning has become very important because of the global status of English. People all over the world are learning this language. In a quest to achieve efficient language learning, the history of ELT saw many methods being used in English language learning contexts. Communicative Language Teaching method (CLT), being regarded as a modern and effective method of language teaching, has been implemented in many ESL/EFL teaching contexts. However, whereas the method has been successful in some contexts,the implementation of CLT has not been without problems in many Asian countries as CLT has been in clash with local cultures of learning. Pakistan is still following a traditional ELT approach.There is a need to modernize ELT in Pakistan, and one aspect of modernization is to adopt a current ELT approach. This research is an effort in the direction. The aim is to discover the learning needs of Pakistani state boarding schools students to assess the implementation of CLT in these schools at secondary level. It will also help in ascertaining if CLT is suitable for the Pakistani boarding schools' ELT context.
Days in Iraq 500g Days in Iraq 500g Новинка

Days in Iraq 500g

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Learning Disabilities Learning Disabilities Новинка

Learning Disabilities

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The study explored the prevalence of Learning disabilities among secondary school students in Kano State. To achieve this, descriptive survey design was employed in which 384 students randomly sampled from a students’ population of 248,254 were rated. Rating scale designed by Hammill and Bryant was adapted. Research Assistants were used to rate the students selected from 24 secondary schools. The Population of the study comprised urban, rural, private, public, boarding, day, senior, junior, male and female secondary school students respectively. Results analyzed via ANOVA and t-test reveals significant findings. Listening disability recorded the highest rate followed by speaking, reading, mathematics, writing and reasoning. Rural schools were shown to have high prevalence than urban schools. Learning disabilities was also higher in public than private and; in boarding than day schools respectively. However, no significant difference existed between male and female, senior and junior students respectively. A Recommendation offered suggests early diagnosis and education on the various areas of Learning disabilities and how the students can live a successful life.
Factors Influencing the Girl Child Academic Performance Factors Influencing the Girl Child Academic Performance Новинка

Factors Influencing the Girl Child Academic Performance

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The purpose of the study was to examine the role of Guidance & Counselling as tools to enhance secondary school girls’ academic performance in Teso District. The study used a descriptive survey targeting 17 secondary schools with a student population of 9,140 of whom 3,357 were girls. Purposive sampling technique was used to select 8 secondary schools, 4 girls boarding secondary schools and 4 mixed secondary schools. Purposive and Random sampling techniques were used to select a sample size of 304 students as well as 40 teachers from the sampled schools in Teso District. Data was collected by use of questionnaires and analyzed by use of descriptive statistics using SPSS computer programme version 17.0. The study findings established that Guidance & Counselling services are critical tools required to boost girls’ academic performance in KCSE. The study recommended that, every secondary school should have a functional Guidance & Counselling department and the Ministry of Education in partnership with other relevant stakeholders provide information on sexual maturation and menstrual management and sanitary protective materials to girls in all schools in Kenya.
Differentiation Strategies of Nepalese Business Schools Differentiation Strategies of Nepalese Business Schools Новинка

Differentiation Strategies of Nepalese Business Schools

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The number of Business Schools providing MBA/ EMBA is in increasing trends worldwide. Majority of the B-schools might be in trouble even for sustainability until and unless they follow unique strategies. This book aims to address the comparative differentiation strategies followed by the major Business Schools in Nepal and the gap in the perceptual understandings of the MBA Students and B-School Management. This is an exploratory cum descriptive study with quantitative and qualitative data. The book elaborates the responses of the final term MBA students which were 110 in numbers and 11 authorities from 11 major B-Schools of Nepal. The future for the Nepalese B-schools are very tough unless it can present itself as a proactive institution with the practical approaches. Regarding the improvement, the B-schools in Nepal should focus more on infrastructure development, professional faculties’ recruitment; formalized corporate networking, and corporate social responsibilities. In the days ahead, the differentiating strategies would be more important than other generic strategies to gain the differentiating advantages through: sustainability, brand name and the students’ enrollment.
Government And Private Schools: A Study Of Schooling Quality In Delhi Government And Private Schools: A Study Of Schooling Quality In Delhi Новинка

Government And Private Schools: A Study Of Schooling Quality In Delhi

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During my schooling years I observed the stark difference between Government and Private Schools in Delhi. The dilapidated conditions of government schools and excellent condition of private schools intrigued me to explore the reason behind this difference. In this present work I have tried to evaluate the present scenario of schools in Delhi and presented some solutions to reduce the differences. Being a social geographer, I have tried to look into sociocultural scenario of Schools as well in order to make this work more holistic in use.
Boarding School Education for Tribal Girls in Development Projects Boarding School Education for Tribal Girls in Development Projects Новинка

Boarding School Education for Tribal Girls in Development Projects

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Revision with unchanged content. Improving female education has become a major political goal in most developing countries, reflecting broad recognition that investment in girls' education can gear up social change and foster human development. However, female education is no panacea. To what extent educational benefits actually occur, largely depends on the cultural setting, gender relations and not least the type and quality of education. There is no doubt that formal school education can entail the perpetuation of societal structures or the alienation of indigenous children from their culture. Using a qualitative, human geography approach, this book analyses the impact of non-governmental boarding education on tribal women and their village communities in the Raisen District of Madhya Pradesh, India. The empirical study illustrates that tribal boarding houses can provide much more than mere access to schools. If well designed, girls' boarding education can trigger social and economic development without alienating students from their tribal background. This book is relevant reading for all decision-makers in development cooperation confronted with the challenge of girls' education in tribal areas.
Educational Accountability, At-risk Schools and Effective Practice Educational Accountability, At-risk Schools and Effective Practice Новинка

Educational Accountability, At-risk Schools and Effective Practice

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This book explains how accountability practices are conceptualized in schools that serve at-risk populations, and how this affects teaching and learning in schools in such schools. The book, in addition examines at-risk schools‘ conditions of production and existence and how they affect and/or are affected by the standards-based educational accountability. The book further provides insight into teacher empowerment and strategies for aiding teachers in such schools to liberate their performance, embrace best practices and teach for social justice.
Intrapreneurial Investiment In Public Schools In Nyeri South District Intrapreneurial Investiment In Public Schools In Nyeri South District Новинка

Intrapreneurial Investiment In Public Schools In Nyeri South District

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Public Educational Institutions primarily provide a service which requires a lot of funds. The funds are usually sourced from the public and are inadequate thereby necessitating the seeking of alternative sources of the funds the focus being initiation of income generating projects which comprises of the intrapreneurial investment. The aim of these projects is to supplement the monies collected from parents or provided for by the Government to fund various activities. In Kenya there is a Government policy in regard to income generating projects in the public Secondary Schools. Since the inception of free Secondary education funding at the beginning of the year 2008 the policy is that all schools should raise money for infrastructure development through income generating projects. The reason why this study was conceived is to analyze the factors that affect the intrapreneurial investment of the Income generating projects in the purely Boarding Schools in Nyeri South District. The recommendations can be used by the Ministry of Education Science and Technology and other stakeholders in regard to investment in the initiation and management of the Income Generating Projects.
Colleges in Controversy – The Jesuit Schools in France from Revival to Suppression Colleges in Controversy – The Jesuit Schools in France from Revival to Suppression Новинка

Colleges in Controversy – The Jesuit Schools in France from Revival to Suppression

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Colleges in Controversy – The Jesuit Schools in France from Revival to Suppression
Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Schools Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Schools Новинка

Organizational Citizenship Behavior in Schools

7790 руб.
One of the key elements that enhance the performance of an organization is the organizational citizenship behavior (OCB) of its workers. The willingness to go an extra mile and owning the organization’s mission usually translate into success. Although OCB is important, little is known about the factors contributing to willingness of teachers going an extra mile in their workplace. There are some potential significant variables in schools that relate with organizational citizenship behavior (OCB). The key question in relation to OCB in schools is "To what extent does the transformational leadership, school climate, and teacher faith maturity in schools relate to the OCB of the teachers? This work seeks to provide a better theoretical understanding of OCB in schools particularly in the church related schools in Kenya.
Analysis of Factors that Dertermine Performance in Kiswahili Analysis of Factors that Dertermine Performance in Kiswahili Новинка

Analysis of Factors that Dertermine Performance in Kiswahili

6690 руб.
The book is about an empirical study carried out in Nairobi County in Kenya in the year 2011.The study is about Kiswahili performance in public day secondary schools. The author of the book sought to find out the factors that determine performance in Kiswahili in public day secondary schools. The findings of the study revealed that the age of the students, home enviroment of the learner, instructional materials,enhancing Kiswahili teachers skills,instructional techniques and use of other languages were some of the factors that determined performance in Kiswahili. The author collected data from nine public day secondary schools in Nairobi county. They included four mixed public day secondary schools, three boys only public day secondary schools and two girls only public day secondary schools.
Boy Boy Новинка

Boy

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In Boy: Tales of Childhood, Roald Dahl tells the story of his own early days, from his birth in Wales to his years at boarding school in England. For more information, take a look at the Boy and More About Boy pages. If you're looking to explore the autobiographical elements in Boy with your own class, this lesson plan relating to Chapter 4 - The Great Mouse Plot is a great place to start. it invites students to have a go at writing their own autobiography and retelling an event, Roald Dahl style.
Factors Influencing Girls' Performance in Tanzanian Community Schools Factors Influencing Girls' Performance in Tanzanian Community Schools Новинка

Factors Influencing Girls' Performance in Tanzanian Community Schools

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This study explored the factors influencing girls’ performance in Tanzanian Community Secondary Schools, particularly ward schools with reference to three Secondary Schools namely, Arusha Day, Kaloleni and Sinoni Secondary Schools in Arusha Municipality. Related sources and literature were used to spot the core of the problem and its impact on girls’ education. Applying the qualitative study approach, various methods like questionnaires and interviews, were used during data collection; The findings revealed that many girl students still perform poorly in their examinations due to a number of reasons one of them being poor/inadequate sanitation facilities in schools. Thus, this study observes that the situation in this type of schools is abhorrent therefore, effective measures should be taken by the government and the entire community to support girl’s education.
Factors Contributing to Labour Turnover in Private Secondary Schools Factors Contributing to Labour Turnover in Private Secondary Schools Новинка

Factors Contributing to Labour Turnover in Private Secondary Schools

4929 руб.
The labour turnover rate in private secondary schools was rated at 43% in Nakuru Municipality in 2011. This indicates that many private Secondary Schools are faced with labour turnover, more so, due to high growth of upcoming private Secondary Schools. The problem of labour turnover has therefore led to poor performance of students in many schools due to inconsistency in syllabus coverage. Though studies have been carried out to find out the factors causing labour turnover in various organizations, no specific study has been done in the private secondary schools, particularly in Nakuru Municipality. The purpose of this study therefore, is to establish factors contributing to labour turnover in Private Secondary Schools in Nakuru Municipality. The study focused on all the 24 private secondary schools in Nakuru Municipality, with a total population of 270 teachers. A survey design was selected in the study and questionnaires were used as the main data collection instrument. Purposive sampling technique was used to arrive at a sample size of 48 teachers. The information gathered was summarized, grouped and analyzed using descriptive statistics and presented in the form of tables.
Implementation of Environmental Education in Zambian High Schools Implementation of Environmental Education in Zambian High Schools Новинка

Implementation of Environmental Education in Zambian High Schools

4839 руб.
Environmental Education (EE)is regarded by the Ministry of Education as a cross cutting issue. However, implementation of EE in high schools has been faced with many challenges. This book explains in detail the barriers to successful implementation of EE in Zambian High Schools and Central Province of Zambia in particular. The Ministy of Education,and any individuals with a passion in implementing EE in Zambian High Schools must read this book.
Internal Efficiency in Secondary Schools in Kwara State Internal Efficiency in Secondary Schools in Kwara State Новинка

Internal Efficiency in Secondary Schools in Kwara State

3349 руб.
This book is based on a comparative analysis of public and private schools on the premises that every child deserves an excellent education regardless of his or her parental background and irrespective of the school he or she attends. The study identified adequate physical and material resources, quality of principals and discipline process as the best predictors of internal efficiency of schools.Other important efficiency variables were quality teachers, supervision, parental involvement and academic learning time. Therefore, this is an invaluable reference book for students, lecturers,practitioners in schools as well as educational administrators. The study found that private schools were more efficient than public schools.There was more discipline and better supervision in private schools than in public secondary schools. Therefore this book gives an insight into predictors of internal efficiency of schools.
Teaching of English at Primary Level in Himachal Pradesh Teaching of English at Primary Level in Himachal Pradesh Новинка

Teaching of English at Primary Level in Himachal Pradesh

3549 руб.
The study aims to view the English language teaching scenario at primary level in Himachal Pradesh in India. Majority population in the state reside in rural areas where, for education, children have access to government schools only. In such schools, learners are introduced to English language from Class One. The objective to introduce English so early is to make children studying in government schools efficient in the language, by early exposure to the language so that they may compete with children studying in public schools. The actual implementation of these goals varies from school to school. The demand for good quality education makes it imperative to study the situation of English language teaching in the state and analyze the actual English language teaching scenario in primary schools in the state.
Budget Deficit in Public Schools: The Kenyan Perspective Budget Deficit in Public Schools: The Kenyan Perspective Новинка

Budget Deficit in Public Schools: The Kenyan Perspective

4839 руб.
Budget is an estimate of the amount of money to be received and the amount to be spent for various purposes in a given time. Budget deficit is therefore the amount by which an entity’s spending exceeds its income over a period of time. Budget deficit in educational institutions has been a big challenge world wide. In the US, several states including California and Dallas are threatened by budget deficit crisis. In South Africa, the global economic crisis led to a reduction in child grants creating budget deficit in the educational institutions. Despite the huge budgetary allocation of 20% of the overall national budget of Kenya, there still exits budget deficit in public universities, tertiary institutions, secondary and primary schools. This problem of budget deficit has led to inadequate provision of textbooks, library reference materials, laboratory equipments and boarding facilities. The overall objective of the study was to assess factors that cause budget deficits in public secondary schools in Kisumu City, Kenya.
ICT Adoption in Schools; ICT Adoption in Schools; Новинка

ICT Adoption in Schools;

4839 руб.
Information and communication technology has direct role to play in education and if used appropriately can bring many benefits to the classroom. ICT use in school management is important if its impact has to be felt in education. The perception and experience of teachers and school administrators play an important role in adoption of ICT schools. Computer use in Kenyan schools is still in its early phase despite the introduction of ICT the 70s. The potential of ICT as a tool to aid administration of schools has not been fully exploited.Despite the efforts by the stakeholders to integrate ICT in schools,the level of integration is low. Hence it is crucial to investigate the issues pertaining to the low level of adoption of ICT in schools. This study investigated the adoption and use of ICT enhancing efficiency in management of public secondary schools. The study findings are expected to be helpful to educational managers, policy makers and scholers interested in ICT use in schools and education sector in general.
Seeking Common Ground – Public Schools in a Diverse Society Seeking Common Ground – Public Schools in a Diverse Society Новинка

Seeking Common Ground – Public Schools in a Diverse Society

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Seeking Common Ground – Public Schools in a Diverse Society
Public Schools in Hard Times – The Great Depression & Recent Years (Paper) Public Schools in Hard Times – The Great Depression & Recent Years (Paper) Новинка

Public Schools in Hard Times – The Great Depression & Recent Years (Paper)

2377 руб.
Public Schools in Hard Times – The Great Depression & Recent Years (Paper)
Small Schools in India Small Schools in India Новинка

Small Schools in India

4839 руб.
Struggling with feeble enrolment and limited resources, the small school sector is emerging as a major challenge to primary schools in India. Data on schools in the country indicate that around 65 to 70 percent schools in India are relatively small with only around 3 or less number of classrooms and teachers. As per 2009-10 national data, small primary schools with enrolment less than 25 constitute about 12.55 percent of the total primary schools in the country. Most of these schools function with a single or at the most two teachers in multigrade, multi age classroom settings from Grade 1 through V. Attracting and retaining good teachers also poses problems. In fact small schools occupy the lowest position in multilayered Indian school system with fewer chances for improvement. The study has come at the opportune time as it poses issues as a hope to address exclusion of small schools and prospects in the light of the recently introduced Right to Education Act, 2009 that legitimises right of each child to have access to quality schooling.
Battling Corruption in America?s Public Schools Battling Corruption in America?s Public Schools Новинка

Battling Corruption in America?s Public Schools

1950 руб.
Battling Corruption in America?s Public Schools
Teaching Happiness and Well-Being in Schools, Second edition Teaching Happiness and Well-Being in Schools, Second edition Новинка

Teaching Happiness and Well-Being in Schools, Second edition

2639 руб.
A theoretical and practical guide to the implementation of a well-being programme in secondary schools.
KCPE Performance in Kenyan primary schools KCPE Performance in Kenyan primary schools Новинка

KCPE Performance in Kenyan primary schools

5790 руб.
So far, various efforts have been made by the government and private sector to provide primary education in Kenya.However, evidence persist that performance in public schools is poorer than in private primary schools. This book presents the results of a research investigating the factors influencing Kenya Certificate of Primary Education performance among public and private primary schools in Central division, Kirinyaga district. The book provides insight that there is a significant difference in KCPE performance between public and private primary schools in central division. The roles played by parents differed according to the type of the school. Professional advice for teachers was in favour of public schools. In the school environment, teachers and pupils expectations differed according to types of schools attended. The publication will be useful to policy makers and educationist in the efforts to improve KCPE performance in all primary schools in Kenya.
Speaking Up – The Unintended Costs of Free Speech in Public Schools Speaking Up – The Unintended Costs of Free Speech in Public Schools Новинка

Speaking Up – The Unintended Costs of Free Speech in Public Schools

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Speaking Up – The Unintended Costs of Free Speech in Public Schools
PSHCE in Catholic Secondary Schools PSHCE in Catholic Secondary Schools Новинка

PSHCE in Catholic Secondary Schools

7790 руб.
Over the past twenty years or so, the subject of Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education has been developed in secondary schools in England as part of the curriculum of pastoral care. David Fincham argues that, where Catholic secondary schools are concerned, the development of Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship has been problematic and that the subject has challenged traditional and hierarchical perspectives in these schools. Consequently, divergences have appeared in the perceptions of members of the Catholic community towards what Personal, Social, Health and Citizenship Education should achieve.
Characteristics of Schools with Frequent Student Behaviour Problems Characteristics of Schools with Frequent Student Behaviour Problems Новинка

Characteristics of Schools with Frequent Student Behaviour Problems

5490 руб.
It is argued that no school or learning institution can be said to be effective or efficient if it cannot achieve its set goals. However, for any institution to achieve its educational purpose, the maintenance of good discipline is crucial. In other words, discipline is one of the necessary pre-conditions for creating school effectiveness. This book, based on a research conducted in some schools in the Eastern Province of Zambia, discusses some characteristics of schools with severe student behaviour problems. Some of the issues discussed are: the quality of relationships obtaining in the schools; the suitability of the curriculum; the disciplinary climate of the schools; the level of student involvement in the affairs of the schools; and general school management.
Cambridge KET For Schools Practice Tests: Teacher's Book Cambridge KET For Schools Practice Tests: Teacher's Book Новинка

Cambridge KET For Schools Practice Tests: Teacher's Book

659 руб.
Cambridge Key Certificate for Schools Practice Tests been prepared in line with the Cambridge Key Certificate in English for Schools examination.
Gerbera - Varietal Performance Under Shadenet Gerbera - Varietal Performance Under Shadenet Новинка

Gerbera - Varietal Performance Under Shadenet

4839 руб.
The growth parameters with respect to height of plant, Charmander (45 cm), Savannah (44.23cm), were consider as superior varieties. Maximum number of leaves was observed in Savannah (31.2 leaves) and Charmander (30.1 leaves). Savannah as considered as superior variety in respect of leaf area i.e. (264.43 cm2). Dalma (41.6 days), Goldflor (41.73 days),Charmander (42.4 days),Goldengate(42.6 days),Vino(44.6 days), Savannah(44.7 days), Diablo (44.8 days)were considered as early varieties. Sevannah(16.7 days),Diablo (16.83 days),Vino (16.86 days),Magnum (16.96 days) considered superior varieties for development of flower. Charmander (16.6 days),Savannah (16.09 days) considered as superior varieties for life span of flowers on plant. Maximum diameter of flower was recorded in Sangria (12.5 cm),Savannah (12.2 cm) and Dalma (12cm).Maximum stalk length was recorded in Savannah(63.2 cm),Sangria(62.7 cm).Whereas,maximum stalk width was observed in Savannah(0.69cm)and Charmander (0.68cm). Maximum flower yield was obtained in Savannah(12.11),Charmander (12.04).Vino(15.16 days),Francella(13.86 days), Charmander (13.46 days),Savannah (13.23 days)were found better for vase life than others.
Factors Promoting Excellence in Schools Factors Promoting Excellence in Schools Новинка

Factors Promoting Excellence in Schools

9390 руб.
The study, “Factors Promoting Excellence in Schools” took cognizance of the pressing problem that there was widespread deterioration of education in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province of Pakistan. The stakeholders had many expectations from the secondary schools both in public (government) and private sectors. The parents also needed feedback and authentic information about the criteria of excellent schools. It was therefore considered imperative to identify factors that promoted excellence in schools on the basis of information obtained from review of global literature as well as the feedback provided by stakeholders in the form of their responses. The items included in the opinionnaires and interviews for principals, teachers, parents and students were mostly derived from the authentic sources that were studied. This effort is dedicated to my parents, wife and kids.
In the days of the mob In the days of the mob Новинка

In the days of the mob

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In the days of the mob
Guidance and Counselling in the Management of Secondary Schools-Kenya Guidance and Counselling in the Management of Secondary Schools-Kenya Новинка

Guidance and Counselling in the Management of Secondary Schools-Kenya

7790 руб.
Secondary Schools in Kenya have in the recent past been experiencing strikes and for a very long time now, there has never been a long-lasting solution to this problem.During second term of every year, several schools experience strikes caused by students which in some cases lead to deaths! In the past, teachers have been applying corporal punishment.The newly promulgated constitution of Kenya outlaws the use of the cane as a perfect way of instilling discipline among learners in schools. Scholars in Education argue that provision of Guidance and Counseling Services can help in reducing indiscipline cases experienced in School.The author therefore,being an educationist, believes that the situation can perfectly be contained if all principals of Secondary Schools developed positive attitudes towards provision of this essential Service to all students in their schools. The book has given various ways through which principals can use Guidance and Counseling programme to eliminate cases of indiscipline. It is therefore hoped that Principals, Head-teachers in both primary and secondary schools and administrators in general, will find this book very useful to them
Recommendations from High-Performing, High-Poverty Elementary Schools Recommendations from High-Performing, High-Poverty Elementary Schools Новинка

Recommendations from High-Performing, High-Poverty Elementary Schools

4929 руб.
Current research illustrates that some schools, often referred to as high-performing, high-poverty schools, have led their low-income populations to high levels of achievement (Ambrose, 2008). Hypothesizing that some schools were doing quite well with students from low-income families, the director for the Center for Urban Studies at Harvard University, Ronald Edmonds and other researchers looked at achievement data from schools in major cities around the country where student populations were from high-poverty areas. During the 1980s a list was developed that identified common characteristics that were present in effective schools. These traits became known as the Correlates of Effective Schools. These correlates appeared repeatedly in high-performing schools, despite the schools’ socioeconomic levels (Lezotte, 1991). Research regarding high-poverty, high-performing elementary schools specifically located in South Carolina is limited. The purpose of this research was to learn how principals of high-poverty, high-performing elementary schools in South Carolina promote high levels of student achievement.
Around the World in Eighty Days Around the World in Eighty Days Новинка

Around the World in Eighty Days

579 руб.
Around the World in Eighty Days
Seen and Heard: Listening to Children and Creating Caring Schools Seen and Heard: Listening to Children and Creating Caring Schools Новинка

Seen and Heard: Listening to Children and Creating Caring Schools

7490 руб.
Exploring the relationship between bullying and care through surveying students in a sample of South African Catholic schools, this study speaks to the important role of teachers in securing student wellbeing, as well as the significance of institutional culture in influencing the interactions of bullying and care.This study investigated the extent and nature of bullying in a sample of Catholic schools, and specifically explored the relationship between bullying and the ethos of care in schools. An assumption tested in the study was that there would be less bullying in schools where students felt that teachers showed more care and concern towards them. While gender differences are the most striking, differences along lines of language (and possibly, therefore, race) are evident too, albeit to a lesser extent.
Understanding learner indiscipline in schools: A theoretical overview Understanding learner indiscipline in schools: A theoretical overview Новинка

Understanding learner indiscipline in schools: A theoretical overview

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The issue of learner indiscipline in schools remains topical the world over. Understanding learner indiscipline and its management are critical issues if schools are to be safe places where meaningful learning takes place. An effective curriculum cannot be implemented in an environment of fear, uncertainty and disruption. This book gives a theoretical overview of indiscipline in schools with specific reference to South African schools. In the book the writer looks at policy requirements regarding the treatment of learners in South African schools. The concept discipline is explored and prevalent forms of discipline in schools are explained. Differences between discipline and punishment are interrogated. Some theories of discipline are discussed, showing the strengths and weaknesses of each theory in dealing with learner indiscipline. The book also handles the issue of proactive approaches to the management of indiscipline in schools. Preventive approaches that teach self-discipline are encouraged as opposed to punishment-based disciplinary measures.
ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS'' IN SECONDARY EDUCATION IN KENYA ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS'' IN SECONDARY EDUCATION IN KENYA Новинка

ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS'' IN SECONDARY EDUCATION IN KENYA

7790 руб.
In the Kenyan context, academic performance among secondary schools has been an issue with some schools producing very few graduates with a grade of C+ which is a minimum requirement for University Education in the Country. This is particularly so for schools that are district and provincial schools in the country. Throughout the world, Education is considered as a means of solving social problems and improving the quality of life among individuals in the society. Factors that relate to the learner, the teachers, schools themselves and the society at large play a significant role in influencing academic performance of the learners. This study is therefore significant in enlightening schools, teachers, educational policy makers, supervisors of curriculum implementation on issues that require special consideration such as; teacher motivation, experience of teachers, academic qualification, learner characteristics, availability of instructional resources, school administration as well as teaching learning strategies, learner characteristics in reference to enhancing academic performance among students in secondary schools in Kenya.
Quality Management Systems in Secondary Schools Quality Management Systems in Secondary Schools Новинка

Quality Management Systems in Secondary Schools

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Public secondary schools are faced with an increasing number of complex challenges including implementing and maintaining a quality management system. The study investigated the implementation of a Quality Management System (QMS) in secondary schools in Mpumalanga and established that in order for principals to meet the specification of quality management systems (QMS), there is a need to clearly describe the nature of operations within their schools and align with the stages of the implementation within the ISO 9001:2008.
Performance of New Zealand''s State secondary schools Performance of New Zealand''s State secondary schools Новинка

Performance of New Zealand''s State secondary schools

7790 руб.
Performance of New Zealand''s State secondary schools by Malik and Davey provides a stakeholder based approach to identify schools'' stakeholders. It provides a method to categorise the schools'' stakeholders as marginal, ordinary, important and key in terms of their salience as perceived by the schools'' management. Seven core key performance factors (KPFs) from the teachers and parents perspective have been identified, which are indicative of their expectations from the schools'' management. This monograph also discusses the implications of the KPFs of parents and teachers, which assists schools'' management to prioritise expectations of parents and teachers. Additionally this monograph provides schools'' management with a template for evaluating teacher performance, that is based on a transactional relationship between teachers and the schools'' management. Performance of New Zealand''s secondary schools is written in a clear and engaging style so that schools'' management may apply it in their respective schools, in order to improve school performance holistically.
Implications for quality education in Botswana Implications for quality education in Botswana Новинка

Implications for quality education in Botswana

5790 руб.
The quality of education has a declining trend in spite of the fact that the government has initiated drastic measures such as parental involvement in schools as one of the means of uplifting the quality of education in Botswana. Despite this, parental involvement appears to be discouragingly low and this has impacted negatively on the quality of education in Botswana.The pupils’ perceptions of parental involvement in their schools as a sign of quality education in junior secondary schools in Botswana were examined.
Performance of Community Model Schools & Govt. Girls Primary Schools Performance of Community Model Schools & Govt. Girls Primary Schools Новинка

Performance of Community Model Schools & Govt. Girls Primary Schools

6690 руб.
The major purpose of the study was to compare the performance of Community Model Schools and Government Girls Primary Schools in Punjab focusing staff qualifications and the overall performance. The target population of the study comprised of all Community Model Schools and Govt. Girls Primary Schools in the Punjab. However, the accessible population was 350 schools (175 Community Model Schools and 175 Govt. Girls Primary Schools) from 35 districts of Punjab. From each district 10 headmistresses, 20 teachers, 100 students, 100 parents, and ten administrators were randomly selected. For in depth study of both types of schools, six case studies (three Community Model Schools and three Govt. Girls Primary Schools) were also conducted. The instruments of data collection (questionnaires and interview schedules) were developed and validated. The data were collected through mail and personal visits. The analyses were made using SPSS. The major finding of the study highlighted that the academic and professional qualifications of the headmistresses and physical facilities of Community Model Schools were better than those of the Govt. Girls Primary Schools....
Rationale for Consistent High and Low Performing Schools in Uganda Rationale for Consistent High and Low Performing Schools in Uganda Новинка

Rationale for Consistent High and Low Performing Schools in Uganda

5490 руб.
The focus of this study is on Rationale for Persistent Differences in School Performance in National Examinations in which Operational Mechanisms, Physical Infrastructures, Characteristics of teachers, students and parents in various schools across the performance divide are analysed to identify the unique elements that enable some schools to persistently create a culture of being dubbed as "performers" or "non-performers" in Uganda's national examinations which determine the destiny in sharing the benefits of education such as performance based subsidies and meritocracy in life after school.
Hope and Despair in the American City – Why There Are No Bad Schools in Raleigh Hope and Despair in the American City – Why There Are No Bad Schools in Raleigh Новинка

Hope and Despair in the American City – Why There Are No Bad Schools in Raleigh

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Hope and Despair in the American City – Why There Are No Bad Schools in Raleigh
Attitude of Local Community towards the Fuctioning of Primary Schools Attitude of Local Community towards the Fuctioning of Primary Schools Новинка

Attitude of Local Community towards the Fuctioning of Primary Schools

3549 руб.
Since independence if me look at the progress in last couple of decades,the goal of universalizing elementary education (UEE) still seems very distant, Although intensive efforts have been made forward the achievement of UEE dropout rates continue to the significant.Intention of children in primary schools in low and wastage in considerable even among those who service the first five years in school achievement levels are deplorably low many programmes have given objectives and so many commissions have recommended for achieving goal of UEE. Functioning of primary schools is also of the case of children’s detention from school,teacher performance and the parent’s participation is important role in the functioning of primary schools in rural areas.This situation calls for in depth study for the functioning of the primary schools. Moreover it is generally felt that the performance of rural schools is not satisfactory. There is a lot disparity between the urban & rural schools while majority of the primary school students in urban areas are over following with students, enrolment in rural areas & pathetic.
Women in school management Women in school management Новинка

Women in school management

4839 руб.
Women in school management positions, particularly principals of schools have a number of challenges, for example, they are caught in between work responsibilities and the role of being a mother and wife. Gender stereotypes makes the society look at women managers as uncapable of managing schools. Hence they sometimes tend to lose their identity as women in a male orientated field of school management. Therefore, they sometimes tend to grow muscles in an attempt to prove themselves as capable managers. Despite all their challenges, they still believe in effectively managing their schools through involving all the stakeholders that have interest in education matters in the decision making process. This strategy seemed more appropriate in promoting democratic participation in schools as stipulated in South African education policies.
Schools in Challenging Contexts Schools in Challenging Contexts Новинка

Schools in Challenging Contexts

4839 руб.
The study sought to investigate how successful schools in challenging contexts promote learner achievement despite the varied contextual odds. The book describes the structural settings of schools in challenging contexts. It further outlines the challenges that schools in such contexts encounter that militate against maximized learner achievement. It specifies the contextual challenges successful schools in such contexts face and uses a specially designed conceptual framework to help in exhaustive analysis and discussion of how such schools promote learner achievement. The study uses qualitative approach. It discusses findings in relation to relevant literature for an in-depth understanding of stakeholder involvement in mitigating contextual challenges to learner achievement in such contexts. The author suggests recommendations that would help such schools further promote learner achievement despite the contextual challenges. The findings reveal that in a challenging context, high learner achievement is realized when stakeholders acquire an understanding of their contextual difficulties and collectively craft structures that would best suit their contextual circumstances.
Conflict in Schools and its Management Conflict in Schools and its Management Новинка

Conflict in Schools and its Management

4529 руб.
The Study entitled “Conflict in Schools and its Management: A case study of Kaski district” has made an attempt to explore the situation of conflict and its management in the selected schools of Kaski district. This exploratory study was conducted in Kaski District with a focus on situation, sources, methods and ways of minimizing conflict in the schools. Teachers, SMC members and other intellectual persons were the respondent sample of the study. This study has tried to put an effort on the problems and solutions that are seen in the schools regarding conflict.
Promoting gender equity Promoting gender equity Новинка

Promoting gender equity

3549 руб.
This study sought to evaluate the effectiveness of the girlchild affirmative action policy in secondary schools in Zimbabwe. The study established that male students are more than female students in all advanced level disciplines studied at the schools; both male and female students do not support affirmative action in their schools; authorities are not doing enough to conscientise teachers and students on the need for affirmative action in schools; the policy is not being implemented in secondary schools in Zimbabwe and thus it is not yet effective in meeting the desired goals. The main challenge faced by schools in the implementation of the policy was found to be mainly negative attitudes towards affirmative action. Entering school at lower points than boys reinforces the idea that women are academically weaker than men. The study recommends intensive awareness campaigns and advocacy to remove negative attitudes towards affirmative action; formal training sessions on affirmative action in the schools to help students contextualise the concept of affirmative action; government monitoring and follow-ups to ensure that the policy is implemented; among other recommendations.
Effect of Moisture and Light on Persistence of Flubendiamide in Soil Effect of Moisture and Light on Persistence of Flubendiamide in Soil Новинка

Effect of Moisture and Light on Persistence of Flubendiamide in Soil

4839 руб.
Trend in dissipation was submerged (T1/2 150.5-158.4 days)
Fire Disasters In Secondary Schools Fire Disasters In Secondary Schools Новинка

Fire Disasters In Secondary Schools

3549 руб.
The issue of fire disasters in schools will no doubt continue being a major problem in the management of education all over the world. Cases of fire disasters in secondary schools have been experienced in the last decade with increasing frequency and severity. These fire disasters like any other disaster, whenever they occur cause a serious disruption of the normal functioning of the schools. Over the recent years, lives and property worth millions of shillings have been destroyed in these fire disasters. It was therefore important to assess fire disasters in secondary schools. The main objective of this study was to assess fire disaster preparedness in secondary schools in the area of study. An evaluation research design was used. Stratified simple random sampling was used to select the schools and the respondents. Statistical Package for Social Sciences version 11.5 was used in the analysis of data with Chi-square being used to test independence and variation of responses. A spearman’s rank order correlation was run to determine the relationship between teachers’ and students’ responses.

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Revision with unchanged content. Improving female education has become a major political goal in most developing countries, reflecting broad recognition that investment in girls' education can gear up social change and foster human development. However, female education is no panacea. To what extent educational benefits actually occur, largely depends on the cultural setting, gender relations and not least the type and quality of education. There is no doubt that formal school education can entail the perpetuation of societal structures or the alienation of indigenous children from their culture. Using a qualitative, human geography approach, this book analyses the impact of non-governmental boarding education on tribal women and their village communities in the Raisen District of Madhya Pradesh, India. The empirical study illustrates that tribal boarding houses can provide much more than mere access to schools. If well designed, girls' boarding education can trigger social and economic development without alienating students from their tribal background. This book is relevant reading for all decision-makers in development cooperation confronted with the challenge of girls' education in tribal areas.
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