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Education, Perception, & Migration

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SKU: cje-4-1-2

The side effects of the educational process, both in its formal and informal structures, are often more important to the child's future th'an the intended effect. This paper examines one of the side effects, the relative preferences a school leaver has for different places familiar to him. Using the methodologies of the geographer, the "mental maps" identified are related to the problem of rural depopulation. The implications for the educational system are assessed.

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Physics Teachers’ Perceptions of and Attitudes to Innovative Teaching Strategies

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SKU: cje-43-2-1

This study investigated perception and attitude to innovative teaching strategies in Senior Secondary Schools in Kwara State, Nigeria. Sample selection used a descriptive survey design. A total of 141 physics teachers participated using the purposive sampling technique. The instrument used was “Physics Questionnaire on Perception and Attitude to Innovative Teaching Strategies (PQPAITS)”, with a 0.78 reliability coefficient using Cronbach Alpha. Data collected were analysed using descriptive methods, t-test, and analysis of variance.

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Perceptions of the Principal's Role in Curriculum Development in Selected Primary Schools in Jamaica

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SKU: JEDIC-9-12-5

This research was undertaken to investigate teachers' and principals' perceptions of the roles of principals in curriculum development in primary schools in central Jamaica. The sample consisted of thirty eight principals and three hundred and thirty-two teachers from thirty-nine primary schools. Data pertaining to teachers' and principals' perceptions were obtained through the Teachers' Evaluation of Principals Questionnaire and the Principals' Self Evaluation Questionnaire.

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Exploring Benefits of the East Street and Greater Portmore Junior Centre Visual and Performing Arts After School Programme: Parental Perceptions

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SKU: cje-42-1-2

The purpose of this study was to explore how parents perceive the benefits of the East Street and Greater Portmore Junior Centre Visual and Performing Arts After School Program (JSVPASP). This research employs a qualitative research design which, according to Creswell (2014), is “a means for exploring and understanding the meaning individuals or groups ascribe to a social or human problem” (p. 246). This research is therefore aimed at exploring recent and relevant research articles relating to visual and performing arts and its benefits to children.

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