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Title: Instructural Materials and Performance of Pupils in Social Studies in Primary Schools in Nakasongola District. The case of Wabinyonyi Subcounty.
Authors: Ogwang, Francis
Keywords: Instructural Materials
Performance of Pupils
Nakasongola District.
Issue Date: Sep-2012
Publisher: Kampala international University college of Education open and distance learning
Abstract: Oyam district just like other district is faced by a number of challenges. In ‘the education section, there is performance factor which is quite prominent especially at primary level. A number of factors are attributed to this and lack of in structural materials is one among them. In social studies, performance has continued to infect the children leading to their poor performance at PLE (IJNEB 2009). A number of children in this area have taken to the streets; others have taken short cut to wood and technical schools. On the part of girls, a number of them have been pre-maturely married off, while others got pregnant and are wasted at home. The government of Uganda has attempted to address this problem by encouraging teachers to go for further training; there is also emphasis on workshops and trailings. Many teachers have gone back to school for upgrading. The government also has increased teachers salaries to motivate them to performance. Some NGOs have also been instrumental in providing learning materials and fees for pupils, providing counseling and guidance to pupils among others. Much as there has been a number of an intervention to this, the problem of poor academic performance still persists. That is why the researcher intends to investigate the effect of in structural materials on academic performance of pupils oyam a district.
Description: A Research Project Submitted To the Institute Of Distance Learning As a Partial Fulfillment for the Award of A Degree In Primary Education Of Kampala International University.
Appears in Collections:Bachelor Degree in Primary Education

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