Teaching Methods and Academic Performance of Secondary School Students in External Examination: A Case of Selected Secondary School in Ota, Ogun State
A recent trend in Nigeria is the issue of poor academic performance of students of secondary schools in external examinations such as the National Examination Council and the West African Examinations Council organized examinations. Major concern has centered on the quality of teachers and non-commitment of the students to their studies due to distractions that hamper learning but very little...
Published at Conference Proceedings Citations Index (CPCI) International Academy of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), Academy, Madrid, Spain, 2th – 4th March
Published in 2014
Duruji, M. D. Azuh and F. Olanrewaju
Faith Osasumwen OLANREWAJU, DR. » Faith Osasumwen Olanrewaju is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Science and International Relations, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria. Central to her researches are issues of Displacement, Gender Issues, Conflict and National Security which are driven towards ensuring the maximum protection of the rights of women via intensive advocacy for intra-gender need sensitive... view full profile
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