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Availability Of Qualified Teacher In Effective Teaching And Learning Of Technical Education In Junior Secondary School

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This study seeks to evaluate the availability of qualified teachers for effective teaching and learning of physics in our junior secondary schools using schools in Enugu zone in Enugu state as our focal point. Pragmatist theory which is a philosophical example of innovation based on policy orientation and abstract world view, pure ideas as the Yardstick (tool) for assessment, teaching and learning of physics was adopted as our theoretical framework. Our method of data collection is primary sources which helps us to organize the information in quantitative form.
Two hypotheses tested are that we lack qualified teachers in geography in Enugu zone and that performance of students in geography is poor.

The study recommends that the ministry of education will sit up and take the bull by the horn in nipping it in the bud the endemic problem. Non-dedicated and incompetent teachers should be shown the way out while provisions will be made for the reward of teachers and students to enhance greater performance output and productivity.

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Pages:  70

Category: Project

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Chapters: 1-5                                          

Source: Samphina

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