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This paper dwells on the factors that hamper the learning of the English language in Nigeria’s secondary schools. The factors that influence the students’ effective learning of the English Language as second language learners, the attitude of... More
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This study explores the gender-stereotyped beliefs and perception of secondary school teachers’ in classroom practices. A total of 250 teachers’ participated in this study. A self-administered questionnaire was used to generate responses from... More

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This study examines the availability and usability of Information and communication technology among secondary school teachers in Oyo Metropolis. The Research Design employed is the descriptive survey design. Three research questions were... More

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This paper examined the number of qualified teachers and its relationship to students' academic performance in public secondary schools in a sample of Local Government Areas (LGA) of Osun State. This descriptive study used a post-hoc dataset. An... More

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The paper analyses the characteristics of the 21st century that make it imperative for Nigerian teachers to appreciate and use information and communications technology. It reviewed three key foundations of modern society which are scientific... More
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The study examined the influence of class size pressure on the quality of work performed by secondary school teachers in Cross River State, Nigeria. The design adopted for the study was Ex-post Facto. One research question and one hypothesis... More

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This paper investigated Teacher Motivation for Educational Transformation in Abia State, South-East Nigeria. It was a descriptive survey. A sample of 500 teachers representing 10% of a population of 5008 was selected. A 2-part, 20-item, 4-point... More
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The study was carried out to examine the effect of teachers’ motivational strategies on students’ academic achievement in Kwara State public secondary schools in Nigeria. The design of the study was a descriptive survey. The population consisted of... More