A Comparative Study between Male and Female Students’ Performance in Mathematics In Selected Secondary Schools in Western Uganda, Hoima District

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Kampala International University. College of Education, Open and Distance Learning
This study was designed to diagnose students’ performance in Mathematics in senior secondary schools in Hoima district. The study centered its review of related literature on task factor on gender difference in mathematics performance, environmental factor as well as process factors in teaching mathematics. Average, percentage and measures of relationship were used as approach to data analysis. The study revealed that task factors, process factors, environmental factors and process factors in teaching and learning mathematics influenced the general performance of the students in mathematics. Based on the finding of the study, suggestion was offered in the last chapter of the research. This is to guide the mathematics teachers and Government on how to improve the students’ performance in mathematics among secondary school students.
A Research Proposal Presented To the Department Of College of education open and Distance C-Learning, Faculty of Education, Kampala International University, Main Campus Kampala Kansanga In The Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award Of The Bachelor Degree in Science Education (B.Sc. Ed)
Male and Female Students’ Performance, Mathematics, Secondary Schools