FULL PROJECT – TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

FULL PROJECT – TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

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CHAPTER ONE

1.0 INTRODUCTION

1.1     BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY

Every child born into this world is a unique being. Even identical twins who have the same genetic endowment grow to become different personalities. At birth, one twin could be slightly bigger than the other, one or the other may be irritable, sleeps more, eats more, cries more, even one may be more lively and vocal than the other (Kemmer, 2001). It is observed that these noted differences in children generally will affect how parents, caregivers and teachers relate with them and this consequently affects their growth and development. It should be noted therefore that though all children do have needs: during the childhood period, a child requires physical activities as well as social acceptance to be able to function happily but some children have problems with physical activities or intellectual achievements or social interaction due to a disability. Such children are referred to as special need children (SNC). They (SNC) therefore require specialized methods of care with particular focus on the child’s potential strength by the caregivers and the Early Childhood Educators for whatever may be its individual’s physical and intellectual disability.

“Everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Elementary education shall be compulsory”.(Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations, 1948, Article 26). The words above were written over 60 years ago in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights yet,in some countries, children with disabilities are half as likely to be in school as children without disabilities (UNESCO,2008).

Achieving universal primary education clearly requires addressing the issues of educating children and youths with disabilities (Evans et al, 2011). From the beginning, the EFA declaration recognized that the learning needs of the disabled demands special attention (UNESCO, 1990, p.5). Four years after the first EFA conference in 1994, representatives from over 100 government and international organization met in Salamanca. Spain, for the World conference on Special Needs Education. The Salamanca framework estimated that in many developing countries, less than 1% of children with disabilities were included in the existing school systems(UNESCO, 1994a). The conference adopted what came to be known as The Salamanca statement and a Framework for Action. The framework is guided by a principle of inclusive education, described as : Schools should accommodate all children regardless of their physical, intellectual, social, emotional, linguistic or other conditions. This should include disabled and gifted children, street and working children from linguistic, ethnic or cultural minorities and children from other disadvantaged or marginalized areas or groups (UNESCO, 1994a, p. 14).

These documents called for national governments and international organizations to increase their efforts to provide quality education to children with special educational needs. The Salamanca statement defines special educational needs as all those children and youths whose needs arise from disabilities or learning difficulties(UNESCO, 1994a, p.6).The framework encourages government to not only provide these students with their human rights to education but to also do so in inclusive schools and describe those schools as having : a child centered pedagogy capable of educating all children, including those who have serious disadvantages and disabilities. The merit of such schools is not only that they are capable of providing quality education to all children; their establishment is a crucial step in helping to change discriminatory attitudes, in creating welcoming communities and in developing an inclusive society. (UNESCO, 1994a, pp 6-7).

Education has been received by many countries as a norm. This was established in Salamanca conference in Spain, 1994; world conference on Education for all in 1990; and was reaffirmed in Dakar, 2000 with the sole aim of meeting learning needs of all children, youth and adults by 2015. Although this was arguably a strategic movement to achieve goal 2 (Universal basic education) and goal 3 (Gender equality) of Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Subsequently, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) was introduced in 2015 to consolidate the achievements recorded so far.

In the spirit of inclusion, The International Standard Classification of Education released by UNESCO in 1997 distinguish the difference between special education and special needs education as follows: The term “special needs education” has come into use as a replacement for the term “special education.” The older term was mainly understood to refer to the education of children with disabilities that takes place in special schools or institutions distinct from, and outside of, the institution of the regular school and university system. In many countries today, a large proportion of disabled children are in fact educated in institutions of the regular system. Moreover, the concept of “children with special educational needs” extends beyond those who may be included in handicapped categories to cover those who are failing in school for a wide variety of other reasons that are known to be likely to impede a child’s optimal progress. Whether or not, this more broadly defines that group of children are in need of additional support depending on the extent to which schools are able to adapt their curriculum, teaching and organization and/or to provide additional human and material resources so as to stimulate efficient and effective learning for these pupils(UNESCO,1997, p.41).

Inclusive Education became indispensable. This is because several approaches have been used before arriving at inclusive education such as integration and inclusion of education. Thus it is pertinent to know that inclusive education was an afterthought initiative. This led UNESCO to establish Education for All (EFA) flagship entitled “The Right to Education for Persons with Disabilities”. Inclusive education will provide opportunity for young children with disability in early childhood education to learn together with their age group, siblings, without being isolated in a secluded classroom; as a result, they learn to live together.

Teachers face many challenges when dealing with children in mainstream schools.Not only do they have to give the children quality education, they also have to ensure the safety and well-being of these children. However, when special needs children are included in the classroom, the challenges would understandably increase. The challenges of the teachers are as follows: the widespread misconception that teaching is easy, Non-instructional responsibilities, Lack of support, Dealing with multiple disabilities, Handling Death, Handling the problem of an inclusive teacher, Professional Isolation, Lack of support from parents, The difficulty of Discipline in a special needs classroom, Budget problem etc

Not every one is excited about bringing students with disabilities into the mainstream classroom setting. Tornillo (1994), President of the Florida Education Association United is concerned that inclusion classroom teachers without resources, training and other supports necessary to teach students with disabilities  in their classrooms. Consequently, the disabled children are not getting appropriate, specialized attention and care and the regular students; education is disrupted constantly. He further  argues that inclusion does not make sense in the light of pressures from state legislatures and the public at large to develop higher academic standards and to improve the academic achievement of students.

By expanding the range of ability levels in a classroom through inclusion, Tornillo (1994) argues, teachers are required to direct inordinate attention to a few, thereby decreasing the amount of time and energy directed towards the rest of the class. Indeed the range of disabilities is just too great for one teacher to adequately teach. Consequently, the mandate for greater academic accountability and achievement are unable to be met.

According to a study by Coles (2009), the first challenge that teachers have to face is personal. They have to maintain order, stay unbiased and maintain enthusiasm patience and respect. The teacher must make sure to give special needs children an equal opportunity and help them achieve their full potential but not at the expense of the other children which can prove to be a real challenge. They must make sure that the  special child is not given undue preference over the other the other children and vice versa. It is essential that the teacher should not exhibit personal biases. Teachers have to be far in the classroom environment so that knowledge is disseminated fairly to all the students.

1.2     STATEMENT OF PROBLEM

The need to feel included or to belong to a group is strong in most children. Children that are relegated to special classes or schools because they have special needs may develop a low self-esteem and image issues that could stay with them for the rest of their lives, making it difficult for them to feel like their peers.Unfortunately, that can lead to lifelong interpersonal problems and problems related to employment in their daily lives. According to the Children with Disabilities Act, children with special needs have the right to be educated with non-disabled children of their own age. The Children with Disabilities Act also states that children should have access to the same general curriculum taught to students without disabilities. Despite the Act supporting children, many teachers feel that problems may arise because of the inclusion of children with disabilities.

Apart from this, some teachers feel that they are not sufficiently qualified to handle special children and fulfill all their needs to ensure that they are educated in the least way possible. (Hines & Johnson,1997). However, teachers also claimed that it was quite likely for the special needs students to display behavioral troubles in class and that these problems would have a negative effect on the other children in class. Teachers also claim that it was harder to to divide their time adequately between the special child and and the rest of the children as well as keep the class disciplined when a special need child was present in the child. (Bahn, 2009).

It is on this background that this study seeks to investigate into teachers’ attitude towards inclusion of children with special needs in selected early childhood centers.

1.3    PURPOSE OF THE STUDY

The purpose of the study is to examine teachers’ attitude towards inclusion of children with special needs. The specific objectives of the study are to:

  1. examine the teachers’ attitude towards the practice of inclusive education in Lagos State;
  2. ascertain the relationship between teacher’s gender and their attitude towards the inclusion of children with special needs;
  3. determine the difference in the attitude of regular teachers and special education teachers towards inclusion;
  4. ascertain the difference in the performance of regular children and children with special needs;
  5. assess the challenges teachers face in the practice of inclusion of children with special needs;
  6. suggest possible ways of ameliorating the challenges of teachers in the practice of inclusion of children with special needs.

1.4     RESEARCH QUESTIONS

The following research questions was  used for this study:

  1. To what extent do teachers’ attitude influence the practice of inclusion of children with special need in Lagos State?
  2. To what extent do teachers’ gender influence their attitude towards the inclusion of children with special needs ?
  3. Is there any difference in the attitude of regular teachers and that of special education teachers towards inclusion?
  4. To what extent is the difference in the performance of regular children and the children with need?
  5. Do teachers face challenges in the practice of inclusion of children with special needs?
  6. Are there possible ways of ameliorating the challenges of teachers in the practice of inclusion of children with special needs?

1.5    RESEARCH HYPOTHESES

The following research hypotheses was used for the study:

  1. Teachers’ attitude will not have any significant influence on the practice of inclusion of children with special needs in Lagos State.
  2. There is no significant relationship between teachers’ gender and their attitude towards the inclusion of children with special needs.
  3. There is no significant difference between the attitude of regular teachers and special education teachers towards inclusion.
  4. There is no significant difference between the academic performance of regular students and the students with special needs.
  5. There is no significant challenges faced by teachers in the practice of inclusion of children with special needs.
  6. There are no significant possible ways of ameliorating the challenges of teachers in the practice of inclusion of children with special needs.

1.6    SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY

The result of this study will provide parents, teachers, educators and caregivers with the knowledge and importance of placing special needs children in the same classroom with others. It is also believed that the findings of this study will provoke further research in knowing why children with special needs thrive in standard classroom environments. More so, it will expose to teachers `why children with special needs develop friendship with their peers easily and feel less social tension about their disabilities.

1.7    SCOPE OF THE STUDY

This study was focused mainly on Teachers’ attitude towards inclusion of children with special needs in selected early childhood centers, Pre-schools and primary schools in Lagos State.

1.8    DEFINITION OF TERMS

Inclusion: The presence of a child who is labeled disabled or different in a mainstream setting.

Special Need Children: These are gifted children with unique needs and abilities.

Inclusive Education: This education system accommodates all learners irrespective of their disabilities.

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Full Project – Factors Responsible for Poor Nursery/Primary Education in Nigeria Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT Early years in life are the most important to the formation of intelligence, personality and social behaviour of a child. The Nursery or Early Childhood Education (ECE) comprises essential programmes and activities which are critical to holistic development, academic Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE STANDARD OF PRIMARY EDUCATION AND ITS EFFECT ON EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Full Project – The standard of Primary Education and its effect on Educational Development Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 Abstract Education is widely regarded as the route to economic prosperity, the key to scientific and technological advancement, the means to combat unemployment, and the foundation of social equity. Primary education is a foundational level of education Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN FINANCING PRIMARY EDUCATION

Full Project – THE COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN FINANCING PRIMARY EDUCATION Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5   ABSTRACT The success of my educational system is a collective responsibility of every component of the system in service to the organization, the successes of Nigeria primary education is hinged in cooperation between individual, parents, community and government, the position Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – CHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Full Project – Challenges and Prospects of Primary Education in Nigeria Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 Abstract Education is widely regarded as the route to economic prosperity, the key to scientific and technological advancement, the means to combat unemployment, and the foundation of social equity. Primary education is a foundational level of education that needs to Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE EFFECT OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION ON THE SPEECH DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILD

Full Project – THE EFFECT OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION ON THE SPEECH DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILD Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5   ABSTRACT The study attempted to investigate the effect of pre-primary school education in the speech development of the primary school child in Mainland Local Government Area of Lagos State. The descriptive research Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – INTRODUCTION OF TEACHING SEX EDUCATION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL IN EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE

Full Project – INTRODUCTION OF TEACHING SEX EDUCATION IN PRIMARY SCHOOL IN EGOR LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EDO STATE Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 TABLE OF CONTENT CHAPTER ONE- INTRODUCTION Background of the study Scope of the study Purpose of the study Significance of the study Research questions Limitation Definition of terms CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES IN PRIMARY SCIENCE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU EDUCATION ZONE)

Full Project – THE FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCES IN PRIMARY SCIENCE AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (A CASE STUDY OF ENUGU EDUCATION ZONE) Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5  ABSTRACT This research project was on, FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR POOR ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN PRIMARY SCIENCES AND COMPUTER SCIENCE (A CASE STUDY Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – AN ASSESSMENT OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION ON PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS’ PERFORMANCE IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN BENIN CITY

Full Project – AN ASSESSMENT OF PRE-PRIMARY SCHOOL EDUCATION ON PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS’ PERFORMANCE IN SOME SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN BENIN CITY Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5  The theoretical case for universal pre-primary school education is strong, the practical aspect of it is weak.  This paper attempts to make a case for the practicality of pre-primary Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT – PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Full Project – PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF PRIMARY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5  ABSTRACT The study aimed at finding out the problems and prospects of primary schools administration a case study of Kuje Area Council of FCT Abuja. Ten (10) schools were used as sample out of about thirty (30) public schools, five Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS THE PRIMARY EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN

Full Project – THE ATTITUDE OF PARENTS TOWARDS THE PRIMARY EDUCATION OF THEIR CHILDREN Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1     Background of the Study Primary education is the foundation a child requires in his or her educational pursuit. The quality of primary education a child get would determine his performance in secondary school as Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – ASSESSMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE EDUCATION PROVIDERS’ ADHERENCE TO THE PROVISIONS OF NATIONAL MINIMUM STANDARD ON EARLYCHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Full Project – ASSESSMENT OF EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE EDUCATION PROVIDERS’ ADHERENCE TO THE PROVISIONS OF NATIONAL MINIMUM STANDARD ON EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT The main purpose of this study is to assess the early childhood care education providers’ adherence to the national minimum standard in Zone C (Idoma) Education Area, Benue Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT – EFFECTS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF PRIMARY FOUR SCIENCE IN UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AKWA IBOM STATE

Full Project – Effects Of Early Childhood Education In Academic Achievement Of Primary Four Science In Uyo Local Government Area Of Akwa Ibom State Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY What a nation makes of education system to a large extent will dictate the tempo of her match to Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – EFFECTS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOL IN UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AKWA IBOM STATE

Full Project – Effects Of Early Childhood Education On Academic Achievement In Primary School In Uyo Local Government Area Of Akwa Ibom State Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY What a nation makes of education system to a large extent will dictate the tempo of her match to nationhood Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – LONG-TERM EFFECTS OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN PRIMARY PUPILS IN UYO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF AKWA IBOM STATE

Full Project – Long-Term Effects Of Early Childhood Education On Academic Achievement In Primary Pupils In Uyo Local Government Area Of Akwa Ibom State Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE 1.0       Introduction 1.1             Background of the Study 1.2             Statement of the Problem 1.3             Purpose of the Study 1.4             Significance of the Study 1.5             Assumptions 1.6             Hypothesis 1.7             Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT – QUALITY ASSURANCE UNIT INVOLVEMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Full Project – Quality assurance unit involvement in early childhood education in Nigeria Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 TABLE OF CONTENTS Title Page Abstract Chapter One: Introduction Background of the Study Statement of the Research Problem Research Objectives Hypothesis Significance/Scope of the Study Organization of the Study Research Methodology CHAPTER TWO Literature Review CHAPTER THREE Research Design Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – EFFECT OF OVERTIME ON EARLY CHILD EDUCATION IN SOME SELECTED PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN JARLINGO

Full Project – EFFECT OF OVERTIME ON EARLY CHILD EDUCATION IN SOME SELECTED PRIVATE SCHOOLS IN JARLINGO Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE: INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Early years in life are the most important to the formation of intelligence, personality and social behaviour of a child. The year before a child reaches Kindergarten Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – ASSESSMENT OF CHALLENGES OF GIFTED CHILDREN

Full Project – ASSESSMENT OF CHALLENGES OF GIFTED CHILDREN Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT Gifted children sit in class rooms bored and frustrated, they are left out and are not really benefiting from an equal educational opportunity as their peers, and their full potential is not considered. Effective management of children who are gifted and Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT – IMO STATE GOVERNMENT EXTENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIONAL OBJECTIVES FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF PRE-PRIMARY EDUCATION

Full Project – Imo State Government Extent of Implementation of the National Objectives for the Establishment of Pre-Primary Education Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 Abstract Early childhood education is a starting point for a child’s development and the key foundation of the Nigerian Educational System. This type of education is recognized by the Nigeria National Policy Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTING PRACTICES AND ATTACHMENT STYLES AMONG EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PUPILS NIGERIA

Full Project – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTING PRACTICES AND ATTACHMENT STYLES AMONG EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PUPILS NIGERIA Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT   The study investigated the relationship between parenting practices and attachment styles of pupils in early childhood education in Kaduna metropolis, Nigeria. The study had nine objectives; nine hypotheses were formulated and tested. The Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL ROLE, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND ITS DEVELOPMENT

Full Project – RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL ROLE, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND ITS DEVELOPMENT   Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PARENTAL ROLE, EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND ITS DEVELOPMENT   ABSTRACT The study examined the relationship between parental roles and early childhood education and its development. A detailed literature was  reviewed in relevant subheadings. The descriptive research Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT – IMPACT OF PARENTS EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THEIR CHILDREN

Full Project – IMPACT OF PARENTS EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND ON THE ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF THEIR CHILDREN Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT This project was designed to research into the influence of parental background on the academic performance of children in selected school impact of parents educational background on the academic performance of their children in selected schools in Kaduna south Read more…

 

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE PERCEPTION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL

Full Project – THE PERCEPTION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS ON SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOAL Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 Abstract This study was on  the perception of early childhood education pre-service teachers on sustainable development (goal 4) The total population for the study is 200 selected residents in Uyo, Akwa Ibom state. The researcher used Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN BETWEEN 1 TO 6 YEARS CASE STUDY GASHUA IN YOBE STATE

Full Project – EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION AND THE IMPORTANCE OF PLAY IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN BETWEEN 1 TO 6 YEARS CASE STUDY GASHUA IN YOBE STATE Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 Abstract This study was on Early childhood education and the importance of play in the development of children between 1 to 6 years case Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE IMPACT OF ABSENTEE PARENTHOOD ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Full Project – THE IMPACT OF ABSENTEE PARENTHOOD ON CHILD DEVELOPMENT Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT Children’ indiscipline is a problem that has become common in most of Nigerian primary schools. However, discipline of the children in primary schools is not an aspect of the school systems alone. Parents have a role to play in Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – THE IMPACT OF ORPHANAGE HOME ON CHILD PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Full Project – THE IMPACT OF ORPHANAGE HOME ON CHILD PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE Introduction 1.1  Background of the Study The orphanage home is one of the numerous social institution that have emerged over the year to carter for some of the social needs  of orphanage associated with such Read more…

 

  1. CHAPTER 1-5: STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL) UMUNZE. ANAMBRA STATE.

Chapter 1-5: STRATEGIES FOR IMPROVING EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAMME IN FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL) UMUNZE. ANAMBRA STATE. Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT The research work has undertaken to find out the strategies for improving early childhood Education Programme in Federal college of Education (Technical) Umunze, Anambra State. The study was guided by four research Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – IMPACT OF LEARNING CORNERS ON THE PRE-SCHOOLERS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Full Project – IMPACT OF LEARNING CORNERS ON THE PRE-SCHOOLERS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   Background to the Study Young children learn best by experimenting with their environment through hands-on activities and play, which is why learning corners are such a vital part of the preschool Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – EFFECT OF LEARNING CENTRES ON THE PRE-SCHOOLERS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Full Project – EFFECT OF LEARNING CENTRES ON THE PRE-SCHOOLERS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   Background to the Study Young children learn best by experimenting with their environment through hands-on activities and play, which is why learning centres are such a vital part of the preschool Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

FULL PROJECT – TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS INCLUSION OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL NEEDS Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1     BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY Every child born into this world is a unique being. Even identical twins who have the same genetic endowment grow to become different personalities. At birth, one twin could be Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT 1-5 -TEACHER’S CREATIVITY ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT IN ABUJA, NIGERIA

Full Project 1-5 -TEACHER’S CREATIVITY ON EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT IN ABUJA, NIGERIA Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 ABSTRACT   This study examined the influence of teachers’ creativity on early childhood development in Abuja FCT Nigeria. Three research questions and three hypotheses were formulated to guide the study.  The sample size for the study were  Fifty (50) Read more…

 

  1. DOWNLOAD THE FULL PROJECT – IMPACT OF FAMILY LIFE AND SEX EDUCATION ON THE PREVENTION OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT IN LAGOS STATE

Download the Full Project – IMPACT OF FAMILY LIFE AND SEX EDUCATION ON THE PREVENTION OF TEENAGE PREGNANCY AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENT IN LAGOS STATE Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER TWO   REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE   This chapter will present the review of related literature on the topic, Impact of family life and sex Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – INFLUENCE OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION IN PRE-NURSERY SCHOOLS IN LAGOS PLUS QUESTIONNAIRE

INFLUENCE OF CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION IN PRE-NURSERY SCHOOLS IN LAGOS plus Questionnaire Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5  ABSTRACT The study examined “Influence of Classroom management in early childhood care and education in Pre-Nursery Schools in Lagos.  The objectives of the study are to: Examine teacher classroom management styles in Nursery classes; Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – APPRAISAL OF CHILD LABOUR ON THE PUNCTUALITY AND STUDY HABITS AMONG SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ETI-OSA, LAGOS STATE

APPRAISAL OF CHILD LABOUR ON THE PUNCTUALITY AND STUDY HABITS AMONG SELECTED PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN ETI-OSA, LAGOS STATE Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION   1.1       Background to the Study In Nigeria, the main instrument for social change is western education.  Education is the surest and greatest investment which a nation can depend Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – PATTERNS AND INCIDENCE OF CHILD ABUSE AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS

PATTERNS AND INCIDENCE OF CHILD ABUSE AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL PUPILS IN LAGOS METROPOLIS Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   Background to the Study Child abuse has become a global problem that needs to be tackled if children are to be given the right to education and freedom. The issue of child abuse has Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – FACTORS MOTIVATING CAREER CHOICE AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS

FACTORS MOTIVATING CAREER CHOICE AMONG SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1   Background to the Study Career choice, for most people, is a lifelong process of engaging the work world through choosing among employment opportunities made available to them. Each individual undertaking the process is influenced by many factors, including Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT – LEADERSHIP STYLES OF PRINCIPALS AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE

LEADERSHIP STYLES OF PRINCIPALS AND SCHOOL ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE (A study of five selected Secondary Schools in Somolu Local Government Area, Lagos) Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Educational leaders play important role with the intension to make teaching and learning more effective and to give quality education to students. Most Read more…

 

  1. FULL PROJECT-SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND LEVEL OF EDUCATION AS DETERMINANTS OF HIGH INCREASE OF HBV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN LAGOS METROPOLITAN CITY

SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND LEVEL OF EDUCATION AS DETERMINANTS OF HIGH INCREASE OF HBV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN LAGOS METROPOLITAN CITY Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Viral hepatitis is a term commonly used for several clini­cally similar yet etiologically and epidemiologically distinct diseases. Hepatitis A (formerly called infectious hepatitis) and Read more…

  1. FULL PROJECT- SCHOOL PLANT PLANNING ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EDUCATION DISTRICT II LAGOS STATE

SCHOOL PLANT PLANNING ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN EDUCATION DISTRICT II LAGOS STATE Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5  CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the Study Secondary education plays a crucial role of preparing students for higher education and useful living in Nigeria. It is considered by many Nigerians as education that would Read more…

 

 

  1. PROJECT-INFLUENCE OF PARENTS SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND CAREER ASPIRATION IN BASIC SCIENCE

INFLUENCE OF PARENTS SCIENTIFIC BACKGROUND ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND CAREER ASPIRATION IN BASIC SCIENCE  Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5   CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION This study focused primarily at investigating and examining the influence of parents’ scientific background on students’ achievement and career aspiration in Basic science. This chapter is however presented under the following sub-headings: BACKGROUND TO Read more…

 

  1. PROJECT-SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND LEVEL OF EDUCATION AS DETERMINANTS OF HIGH INCREASE OF HBV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN LAGOS METROPOLITAN CITY

SEXUAL ACTIVITY AND LEVEL OF EDUCATION AS DETERMINANTS OF HIGH INCREASE OF HBV AMONG PREGNANT WOMEN IN LAGOS METROPOLITAN CITY  Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5  CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION Background to the study Viral hepatitis is a term commonly used for several clini­cally similar yet etiologically and epidemiologically distinct diseases. Hepatitis A (formerly called infectious hepatitis) and Read more…

 

  1. THE INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON CHILD’S EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

THE INFLUENCE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY ON CHILD’S EDUCATION IN NIGERIA A STUDY OF YABA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA LAGOS STATE Click here to Get this Complete Project Chapter 1-5 CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1       Background to the Study Information and communication technology is becoming a ubiquitous component of the physical and social worlds occupied by young children. It is an Read more…