Obeten Okoi Oka

Obeten Okoi Oka
Ebonyi State University · Department of Science and Computer Education

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Introduction
Oka, Obeten Okoi is currently a PhD student in the Department of Science and Computer Education, Ebonyi State University, Abakaliki, Nigeria. He is interested in Science Education (particularly in Biology and Computer), Research, Teacher Training and Instructional Methods, among others. He is also interested in religion, theology, philosophy and psychology.

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This study was carried out to find the Effects of Heuristic Method of Instruction on the Achievement of Senior Secondary School Students in Computer Studies. The study was conducted in Ebonyi North Education, Abakaliki in Ebonyi State. Three Research questions and three Null Hypotheses guided the study. The study adopted a quasi-experimental design...
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This study evaluated the content coverage and readability of science textbooks in use in Nigerian secondary schools. The study utilized an evaluation design. The study was limited to the core sciences studied at both the junior and senior secondary schools. They are Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Basic Science. A total of one thousand eight hundre...
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Basic Education system is at the ebb of total collapse. Interestingly, the basic education, covering the Nine-Years basic education policy of Nigeria is aimed at equipping the young children (from primary to junior secondary school levels) to be better equipped and positioned to face the academic rigors of the senior secondary school, the terti...
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An objective knowledge of the level of students' interest in Biology will help to reposition the nation towards developing a virile science and technology based society. To this end, this research is a survey of secondary school students' interest inventory in biology. Four coeducational schools were drawn for the study through simple random sampli...
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The gains of mentoring programmes are substantial for both newly employed science teacher and mentor teachers. This has important implications for professional development of mentor and mentee. It is a veritable decision to be made by schools, education departments, universities and school management. The key players in schools, especially the prin...
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Science and technology education are virile means of achieving unprecedented national development, especially when harnessed rightly for optimum growth of the nation involved. The teaching, learning and practice of science and technology is the hub through which developed nations of the world control the rest of the comity of nations. A critical an...
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This study researched the strategies for effective teaching and learning of computer studies in the junior secondary school. Survey design was used for the study. Five schools were drawn for the study through simple random sampling technique. The researchers made questionnaire was the instruments used to collect data. Three research questions gui...
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This study explored the effects of computer assisted instruction as a teaching strategy on junior secondary school students' achievement in Basic Science. Quasi-experimental design was used for the study. Two coeducational schools were drawn for the study through simple random sampling technique. One school was assigned to the treatment group while...

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