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Receive financial support for investing in new technologies (subsidy), be encouraged to use technology in the ‘best way’ (mobilization), be provided with examples of electronic commerce use (information directive) and finally follow standards (regulation setting).
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There is a long and fruitful history of hypnosis in sport, sometimes recorded under different names such as mind conditioning or autogenic training. For the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, the Russian team took with them no less than 11 hypnotists and during the 1978/79 tour of Australia, Mike Brearley, the English captain, sought the services of a medical hypnotherapist. In the early 1980s, hypnotist Peter Siegel worked with bodybuilder Lee Haney who won the Mr. Olympia title eight years in a row! In 1985 he also worked with bodybuilder Mike Christian who managed to conclusively win the Mr. America and Mr. Universe titles.
The study examined the impact of school location `on academic achievement of Science Students in Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination. The purpose was to determine whether the geographical location has any impact on the achievement of the students in Biology, Chemistry and Physics. The design adopted for the study was an ex-post facto of survey type. The targeted population for the study was Senior Secondary III (SS III) Physics students of public secondary schools in Ekiti West Local Government Area of Ekiti State, Nigeria.
The Students’ Variables as Predictor of Secondary School Students’ Performance in Science in Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti State, Nigeria was investigated in this study. The study adopted a survey research design of the ex-post facto type. The sample comprised 125 senior secondary school II science students drawn from the five secondary schools in Ikere Local Government Area of Ekiti state.
The use of instructional resources makes teaching and learning less arduous. It enhances learners’ ability to grasp what is taught with ease. Yet most teachers fail to apply the relevant teaching and learning resources in the instructional intercourse. This study explored the views of Senior High School accounting students and teachers on the use of instructional resources in accounting instructions. In all, 12 accounting teachers, who were selected purposely, and 151 accounting students, who were selected randomly, from four selected Senior High schools in Cape Coast Metropolis responded to a set of questionnaire. Frequency and percentages were used in the data analysis. The study found that accounting teachers hardly used instructional resources to promote understanding in accounting lessons. In most cases, the appropriate instructional resources that could be used were not available. It was further noted that the key barriers to use the appropriate instructional
The spread of World Englishes has generated a need for maximizing intelligibility in speech discourse. Yet in current pedagogy teaching pronunciation is a much neglected area. In the Sri Lankan context deviations from Standard Sri Lankan English pronunciation, especially in segmental phonology, results in impairing intelligibility even amongst the local interlocutors. Utilizing the limited technology available this study constructs a short term Action Plan based on the tenets of cooperative and collaborative learning to address two selected pronunciation deviations: the nondifferentiation between /ʃ/ and /s/ and confusion of /p/ and /f/ in 20 undergraduate users of learner English. The Action Plan informs practitioners of Teaching English as a Second Language on implementing short courses which benefit learners who deviate from inner circle pronunciation.
This Study aimed to develop and validate Worktext in Drawing 2 for Technology students of College of Industrial Technology. It was conducted at University of Rizal System during the school year 2010-2011 with 50 first year BT students and 8 drafting professors as respondents. The study used the descriptive-experimental method to describe and evaluate the developed Worktext in Drawing 2 using the questionnaire-checklist and test results in gathering data. A pretest and posttest was administered to the student users to determine the performance in Drawing 2 of the two groups of respondents. They were asked to evaluate the worktext through the following: subject matter, organization and presentation, language and style and style and usefulness. Responses were tallied, tabulated and interpreted with the use of appropriate statistical treatment. The derived conclusions are as follows. Students exposed to the developed worktext in Drawing 2 performed better than the students