Emmanuel KOFI Gyimah

Emmanuel KOFI Gyimah
University of Cape Coast | UCC · Department of Educational Foundation

Doctor of Education

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This study was aimed at exploring mentors’ experiences at the College of Distance Education (CoDE), University of Cape Coast. The study adopted qualitative approach to bring out mentors’ insights into the mentoring process. Researchers employed census sampling techniques for the study. In all, 145 participants were used for the study. The main data...
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This study aimed at finding out factors affecting pupils’ absenteeism at Felicomfort JHS at Amamoma within the University of Cape Coast, Ghana. The total population was 145 covering the JHS1, JHS2, JHS3 pupils and teachers of the school. Purposive sampling technique was used to select 34 respondents. These were made up of 10 out of 15 teachers, 10...
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The study examined factors influencing students' choice of programme of study at the College of Distance Education, University of Cape Coast. The study adopted the pragmatist's approach from the positivist perspective. Specifically, the study used descriptive research design. Simple random sampling techniques were used to draw a sample of 2324 stud...

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The main objective for this study is to assess lecturers’ perception of the students’ appraisal of courses and teaching regularly conducted by DAPQA. The specific objectives are to: 1. To assess how lecturer’s welcome student evaluation of this nature; 2. To identify the purpose that lecturers wish this evaluation exercise to serve; and 3. To come out with other alternative items that lecturers wish to be included in the current students’ evaluation exercise.