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Title: Investigation of the causes of pupils’ indiscipline in primary schools in Kangaj Sub county a case study in four primary schools
Authors: Omera, Wilson
Keywords: Indiscipline
primary schools
Kangaj Sub county
Issue Date: Nov-2010
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Education, Open & Distance Learning
Abstract: the study on the investigation of the causes of pupils’ indiscipline was carried out in four out of the nine primary schools in Kängai sub—county, Dokolo District. the respondents purposively chosen in the study were from four schools. These consisted of eight parents, twenty teachers and forty pupils to make a total of sixty eight respondents. In the process of collecting data, the researcher used designed questionnaire for teachers and interview guide in both pupils and parents. The researcher further went a head by consulting sonic related literature on the problem under investigation. This was done in line ~with the stated objectives. according to the investigation, the data collected and analyzed revealed “negative attitude towards education’ as the leading cause of pupils’ indiscipline in the primary schools. the researcher therefore recommended that guidance and counseling services should be offered o pupils by both parents and teachers from in and outside the school environments.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/5682
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