Euro Journal of Social Sciences – Quantity 13, Number 2 (2010)
Students and Teachers' Perception with the Causes of Poor Academic Efficiency in Ogun State Supplementary Schools [Nigeria]: Effects for Couselling for Countrywide Development Asikhia O. A Senior Lecturer in the Division of Programs Studies and Instruction Eileen Otedola School of Principal Education Noforija-Epe, Lagos Condition Abstract The analysis examined the perception of students and teachers around the causes of poor academic functionality among secondary school students in Ogun State, Nigeria. Subjects pertaining to the study were one hundred and thirty-five (135) students and fifty (50) teachers at random drawn from five secondary schools in Odogbolu Local Government Area of Ogun Point out. Questionnaire was used to collect relevant data pertaining to the study. Proportions and chi-square were accustomed to analyse your research questions. Responses of educators showed that teachers' diploma and students' environment usually do not influence students' poor performance but teachers' methods of teaching influence poor academic functionality. Students' response on the other hand revealed that while teachers' qualification and students' environment influence students' poor efficiency, teachers' way of teaching and learning materials do not. The implications of those findings intended for secondary college guidance consultants interested in counseling adolescents once and for all academic performance were mentioned.
The differential scholastic achievement of students in Nigeria have been and is even now a method to obtain concern and research fascination to teachers, government and parents. This is so because of the superb importance that education has on the nationwide development of the region. All over the country, there is a consensus of opinion about the fallen normal of education in Nigeria (Adebule, 2004). Parents and government are in total contract that their particular huge investment on education is not yielding the specified dividend. Educators also mention students' low performance for both internal and external examination. The annual releases of Senior Secondary License Examination effects (SSCE) carried out by Western African Exam Council (WAEC) justified the problematic nature and generalization of poor secondary school students' efficiency in different university subjects. For example, the percentage of failure compared to students whom passed The english language and Mathematics between 2004 to 2007 is usually shown under. Table you: The Western world African Tests Council (WAEC) Performance in the Senior College Certificate Exams: May/June, 2004-2007: Mathematics TOTAL NO OF CANDIDATE GO P7-P8 % 28. of sixteen 25. thirty six 31. 09 26. 72 FAIL F9 % 34. 47 34. 41 24. 95 24. 24
CREDIT A1-C6 % 2004 1019524 33. ninety-seven 2005 1054853 38. 20 2006 1149277 41. 12 2007 1249028 46. 75 Source: Figures Office, WAEC, Lagos, Nigeria. (2009) YR
Western Journal of Social Savoir – Volume 13, Number 2 (2010) Stand 1: The West African Examinations Authorities (WAEC) Performance in the Senior School License Examinations: May/June, 2004-2007: English language YEAR FAIL F9 % 37. 61 36. 93 29. sixty-five 26. 54
CREDIT A1-C6 % 2005 29. fifty nine 2005 twenty-five. 36 2006 34. forty eight 2007 twenty nine. 94 Resource: Statistics Business office, WAEC, Lagos, Nigeria. (2009)
Poor academics performance in accordance to Aremu (2003) is actually a performance that may be adjudged by the examinee/testee and some other significant as falling below an expected normal. Poor academics performance continues to be observed in institution subjects especially mathematics and English dialect among secondary school students (Adesemowo, 2005). Aremu (2000) stresses that academic failure is not only irritating to the learners and the father and mother, its results are equally grave around the society with regards to dearth of manpower in every spheres in the economy and politics. Education at second school level is supposed to be the bedrock and the groundwork towards bigger knowledge in tertiary establishments. It is an investment as well as musical instrument that can be used to...
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