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|Title: ||Assessment of Female Performance in Integrated Science in the B.Ed. Part-Time Programme of University of Jos|
|Authors: ||Kabang, B. K.|
Bash, A. E.
Keswet, L. A.
|Issue Date: ||2014|
|Publisher: ||International Journal of Development Research|
|Series/Report no.: ||Vol.14;Iss.12; Pp 2620-2622|
|Abstract: ||The study concentrated on female part-time students’ performance in Integrated Science from
2009 to 2012. Three research questions were formulated and analyzed. Population of the study
was 86 female part-time students. Sample was 86 students as well, due to the small size of the
population. The result of the study showed that ‘between’ 2009 to 2012, about 67%, 60%, 40%
and 49% of the female candidates who were to graduate could not because they failed in the
subject area respectively. It was recommended that the examination time-table should not reflect
more than one subject in a day, only related courses should be made electives and allowances
could be given to lecturers teaching the courses in order to motivate them.|
|Appears in Collections:||Science and Technology Education|
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