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THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL TRAINING ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT (A CASE STUDY OF QUEENS COMPREHENSIVE INT’L SCHOOL

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THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHERS PROFESSIONAL
TRAINING ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT
(A CASE STUDY OF QUEENS COMPREHENSIVE INT’L
SCHOOL
PROPOSAL ON
“THE INFLUENCE OF TEACHER’S PROFESSIONAL TANNING ON
STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE
(A CASSTUDY OF QUEEN;S MODEL INT’L SECONDARY SCHOOL
ENUGU
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
Following the general observed learning problems in our society today, the call
for the review of the source has been at a higher demand to this extend, this
study has been aimed at examining the influences of professionalism in
teaching and learning output. Thus, it sets to study the difference, if any;
between
the teaching qualities of teachers with teaching certificate
(professionals and those without teaching qualification (unprofessional) as will
be measured in the academic performance of their students. The researchers
project the study against an introductory background which illuminates the
observed prevailing leaning problems among our students which had triggered
the investigation. The researchers state the research problem and declares their
objectives for the study which if achieved, will be significantly useful for
government in decision making towards system training and recruitment of
teachers to check the stated problems in our society. The researchers subject
the stated problems to some researchable questions which will be refined into
some feasible hypothesis. The researcher review some theories of
professionalism, related literatures to the study and experts opinions which
may offer support to study. The design of the study will be a “quasiexperimental study with two-group design (experimental and control group).
The area of the study Queens Model Int’l school . The population of the study
will cover all the senior secondary school 111 of the college from which the
researcher drew the sample for the study according to the population size.
Randomization is the sampling technique applied to check bias effect from such
heterogeneous thereby offering every member equal chance of being a
participant in the study. The participants will be splint into two groupsexperimental and control where the experimental group receives teaching
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treatment from professional teachers, the control group takes teaching
treatment form unprofessional teachers in common subjects (English Language
and Mathematics). Testing instruments[achievement test) is standard test from
National Examination Council (NECO). The mean score of this achievement test
form the two groups will be compared and a test of significance (T.-test) will be
applied to determine the significant difference between these two sets of scores,
if found and established a generalizable decision on the influence of teachers
processional training on the students academic performance. To the above, the
researcher divide the reports of this study into five (5) chapters: One contains
the introduction and background, two reviews theories, three displays the
methodologies applied, four gives analysis of the collected data while the last
chapter summarize
and concludes the decisions reached and presents
recommendations.
ABSTRACT
This research study which focused on finding the influence of teachers’
professional training on students’ academic performance was limited in
one secondary school. Queens Model Int’l Enugu as the area of the study
where the entire senior secondary school III were the target population
from which a sample of 60 participants (students) were randomly
selected, splint into two group (experimental and control group),
thereafter, each group was treated with teaching in two subjects (English
Language and Mathematics). These two subjects were taught to each
group evenly but the experimental group was taught by professionally
trained teachers, the control group was under unprofessionally trained
teachers (quacks). A standardized (NECO) achievement test was
administered to the two groups at the same time after four weeks lession
period (treatment). The scores from these two groups were compared and
finally subjected to a test of significant (independent-test). The result of
the comparison indicated a wide difference in the groups academic
performance gave for the researchers to reject their original null
hypothesis and accept the alternative which stated that “there will be a
significant difference of the independent variable (professional and
unprofessional) on the dependent variable (academic performance of the
study was determined by a t-result which disproved the second null
hypothesis and granted acceptability to its alternative which advocated
that the academic performance of learners will be influenced by their
teacher’s level of professional training significantly”. To this, the
researchers were able to establish that level of teacher’s professional
training goes a long way in determining the learning quality of the
learners.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title
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Approval page
ii
Dedication
iii
Acknowledgement
iv
Proposal
v
Abstract
vi
Table of contents
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CHAPTER ONE
Introduction
1
1.1 Introduction/background
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1.2 Statement of problems
2
1.3 Purpose of the study
3
1.4 Significance of the study
4
1.5 Research questions
5
1.6 Scope /Delimitation of the study
5
CHAPTER TWO
2.1 Literature review
7
2.2 Deep/general theory of professionalism
9
2.3 Expert knowledge theory
9
CHAPTER THREE
Methodology
15
3.1 Research design
15
3.2 Research area
15
3.3 Research population
16
3.4 Research sample
16
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3.5 Sampling techniques
16
3.6 Instrument for data collection
17
3.7 Date collection
18
3.8 Decision rule
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CHAPTER FOUR
4.1 Data presentation, analysis and results
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Presentation and analysis
20
4.2 Result analysis
31
CHAPTER FIVE
Discussions, conclusion and recommendation
33
5.1 Discussion of the result
33
5.2 Conclusion
34
5.3 Recommendations
35
5.4 Suggestion for further studies
38
5.5 Limitation
38
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