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Title: Pupil, age and academic performance in pre-school:a case study of Jonglei State, Bor County
Authors: Majur, David
Keywords: Pupil
Issue Date: Nov-2009
Publisher: Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
Abstract: The education performance and consequential impacts of age in a Southern Sudan's state of Jonglei demonstrated in time extend of a great diversity of pre-school studies and performance hallmarks. In particular, a great look into a diverse information classification as well as ideal concepts of underscoring performance that persistently controlled the level of growth of the pupil and an inclusion brought about a classic Lmclerstanding of age versus academic performance. The overall major academic strategies m the years of schooling and other resultant consequences showed largely an examinable study into the performance trends as well as one of the highest benchmarks in the scale of determining these results. The involvement of parents in the performance of the pupils at the pre-school level could not be overlooked or avoided due to the delicate situations of the kids at this level. Hence the involvement of parents took a centre stage in mentoring; monitoring and supporting the teachers towards achieving a goal of enabling the kids enjoy their studies. In particular the research looked at other key factors such as financial stability of the parents. teacher and parent interactions and parents greatly examining the participation of their kids from clay to clay. Ideally. therefore. the conversion of the all these key factors from the ideal levels to educational levels created a closer and immeasurable performance improvement among the pupils at the pre-school level. In conclusion. the presence of key factors which age depends on for performance greatly influenced the actual determination of performance of a pupil at the pre-school level.
Description: A research proposal submitted to Institute Of Open and Distance Learning of Kampala International University in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the A Ward of A Diploma in Primary Education of Kampala International University
Appears in Collections:Diploma in Primary Education

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