Discussion, summary, findings and recommendations in Education

Discussion, summary, findings and recommendations         FINDINGS AND RESULTS: The results got from the critical analysis of the aspects presented in the form of  questions  which  were  put  in  the  questionnaire  were  evident  that  corporeal-punishment is a discouraging force either in any form at Secondary-School-Level. Moreover, the …

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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION of METHODOLOGY in education,population and sampling

RESULTS AND DISCUSSION   Corporal Punishment and Students’ Academic Performance/Career    Corporal punishment adversely affects academic performance of students. The following table statisticaly illustrates that corporal punishment is associated with academic performace/career of the students that is explicitly depicted by results of this study. The discussion on impacts has been …

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METHODOLOGY in education,population and sampling

METHODOLOGY Research Design:  The study adopted descriptive survey design of ex-post facto type. This is because the actions (corporal punishment) under investigation already existed and were not manipulated in the course of study. . POPULATION AND SAMPLING TECHNIQUE:   The population for this study comprises of 1,250 students of junior secondary …

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Alternatives to corporal punishment of secondary school students

Alternatives to corporal punishment of secondary school students Majority of educational practitioners encounter disciplinary problems that are beyond their experience and expertise.  In response to this need teachers have attempted to find solutions to some of the discipline problems.  For instance some schools will apply some alternatives of punishments other …

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LITERATURE REVIEW its Introduction its Impacts

LITERATURE REVIEW  Introductions This chapter presents review of the literature on the corporal punishment and student’s academic performance in secondary schools. The presentation follows the order of the objectives, which are; to identify various impacts on corporal punishment on student’s academic performance in secondary schools in Mbarara Municipality; to identify …

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Scope of the study

Geographical scope The study was carried out in kaor of layyah district. Layyah  Municipality is mainly divided in three divisions which are karor,layyah and chobara. Content scope The study considered  the following content scope; to identify various impacts on corporal punishment on student’s academic performance in secondary schools in karor …

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THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK AND ITS TYPES IN DETAIL

                    THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK Our study suggests three major theoretical frameworks to explain the impact of ECA participation on students’ academic performance. The three theoretical frameworks posited that the level of ECA participation has (a) negative effect on academic performance (Zero-Sum framework); (b) positive effect on academic performance indirectly as a …

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THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

THE POSITIVE EFFECTS OF EXTRA CURRICULAR   ACTIVITIES                                                  The first effect that extracurricular activities have on education is behavior. Students that participate in extracurricular activities have reduced behavior problems. In sports, they show discipline in drills, practices, and routines. They have a responsibility to perform those tasks correctly, whether it …

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RESEARCH METHOD in detail

RESEARCH METHOD The content analysis approach of identifying and examining ECA studies involves two steps: identifying relevant articles to be examined and determining the theoretical frameworks (Harris, 2001). Using academic databases (EBSCOhost; JSTOR; Proquest; PsycInfo; and Web of Science,), we conducted a literature search for publications whose titles, abstracts or …

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