Lydia Aframea Dankyi

Lydia Aframea Dankyi
University of Cape Coast | UCC · College of Distance Education

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Lydia Aframea Dankyi University of Cape Coast College of Distance Education. Senior Lecturer Lydia does research in Educational and Counselling related issues.
Additional affiliations
June 2014 - October 2016
University of Cape Coast
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Providing students and staff of the University guidance and counselling services. Teaching and conducting research in Guidance and Counselling. Supervising postgraduate thesis/undergraduate research project and teaching practice.
Education
September 2015 - March 2019
University of Cape Coast
Field of study
  • Guidance and Counselling

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Publications (19)
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This study focused on investigating the effect of the Cognitive Behavioural Therapeutic treatment (CBT) on pupils with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) at Bekkyford and Felicomfort Primary Schools in Cape Coast, Ghana. The quasi-experimental design was used for the study. The sample for the study was 43 participants which include 8 p...
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The need to improve students' academic performance is paramount to distance learning educators. This study investigated the effect of face-to-face tutoring on academic performance of distance learners in the University of Cape Coast. Descriptive survey design with a quantitative approach was employed, using a sample of 1,491 out 44,134 students. A...
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Child abuse has been a global concern because of its implicational effect for human development and public health. In Ghana, there are safety net structures to curb child abuse issues, but cases of abuse are often not reported. The current study aimed to find out teachers' and pupils' awareness and the utilisation of safety net structures for abuse...
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The study examined the dynamic relationship between learning patterns and human resource development. We adopted the theoretical basis of organizational learning theory, social learning theory, human capital theory, and the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) to explore the relationship between learning patterns and human resource development. The stud...
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The study examined the dynamic relationship between learning patterns and human resource development. We adopted the theoretical basis of organizational learning theory, social learning theory, human capital theory, and the Theory of Reasoned Action (TRA) to explore the relationship between learning patterns and human resource development. The stud...
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This study examined the determinants of Senior High School (SHS) female students' choice of STEM programmes in tertiary education in Ghana. Specifically, the study aimed at exploring: (a) school-related factors, (b) home-related factors, and (c) person-related factors which influence female SHS students' choice of STEM programmes in tertiary educat...
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We investigated into combining motherhood with academic life concentrating on the struggles of student-mothers. The study adopted the mixed method design affirming the qualitative data with quantitative data. The purposive and convenient sampling procedures were used to select the sample from the University of Cape Coast Distance Education, Oyoko S...
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The main purpose of this study was to establish whether or not University of Cape Coast Distance Education students differ from Business students in their study habits and also to determine whether gender differences have any influence on study habits of students in the Cape Coast Study Centre in the Central Region of Ghana. Descriptive survey desi...
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The Researchers investigated into the causes, effects and management strategies of stress among University of Cape Coast Distance Education student teachers in the Central of Ghana. The study employed the Phenomenology approach to provide insights into the sources of stress and how it can be managed to reduce its negative effects on student teacher...
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The aim of this study was to assess how basic school teachers’ job satisfaction relates to their productivity in the Asante Akim South District of the Ashanti Region of Ghana. The descriptive design was employed in conducting the study. The population covered all the Basic School teachers in the Asante Akim South District. The sample size was 217,...
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The Researchers investigated into the causes, effects and management strategies of stress among University of Cape Coast Distance Education student teachers in the Central of Ghana. The study employed the Phenomenology approach to provide insights into the sources of stress and how it can be managed to reduce its negative effects on student teacher...
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Abstract We investigated into combining motherhood with academic life concentrat-ing on the struggles of student-mothers. The study adopted the mixed me-thod design affirming the qualitative data with quantitative data. The purpo-sive and convenient sampling procedures were used to select the sample from the University of Cape Coast Distance Educat...
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The purpose of the study was to identify and meet the counselling needs of distance students, focusing on College of Distance Education (CoDE), Uni-versity of Cape Coast (UCC) diploma students, in order to help shape stu-dents’ academic success. The moderating roles of organisational culture and effective counselling service delivery were also cons...
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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 study investigated the perceived effects of University of Cape Coast Distance Education on teachers' performance in the Basic Schools of Kwahu West Municipality. The study employed both quantitative and qualitative research methods with descriptive survey as a design. Stratified and the purposive sampling methods were used in selecting 201 resp...
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The study investigated the perceived effects of University of Cape Coast Distance Education on teachers’ performance in the Basic Schools of Kwahu West Municipality. The study employed both quantitative and qualitative research methods with descriptive survey as a design. Stratified and the purposive sampling methods were used in selecting 201 resp...
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This study looked at the study habits of University of Cape Coast Distance Education learners in the Cape Coast Study Centre in the Central Region of Ghana. Descriptive survey design was used to conduct the study. Stratified and simple random sampling procedures were used to select 338 Business and Education distance learners. A self-designed quest...

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Projects (8)
Project
Career Guidance in human capital development
Project
Female participation in S.T.E.M.