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|Title:||The academic performance of orphaned learners in Nandi East District, Ollessos Division, Kenya|
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Education, Open and Distance Learning|
|Abstract:||This study was carried out to find out the factors hindering the academic performance of orphaned learners in primary schools in Nandi east district. The study involved quite number of respondents from teachers, pupils from upper classes were, selected in a gender conscious manner, The instruments employed in this study were mainly questionnaires, and observations accompanied by interview guides. Data was analyzed by the use of statistical packages where by the responses were coded and edited, then presented in tables, pie-charts and graphs. The following were the major findings of the study; it was discovered that in an attempt to find out whether the orphaned learners experienced social problems that could hinder their educational performance, the teachers were asked questions relating to the girls' inter-personal relationships with other learners and with teachers. They were also asked to describe their academic achievement and to suggest the reasons for the academic performances, and to describe their behaviours in the class and to mention how often they were punished and the main reasons for punishment. Finally the researcher asserted a conclusion basing on the study findings that, the Lack of trained teachers in the regular classes strongly indicates that the girl child learners' educational performance is affected by the teachers' inadequacy in skill for addressing their unfolding realities of being orphaned in relation to their performance.|
|Description:||A research report submitted to the institute of Open and Distance Learning in partial fulfillment for the requirements of the A ward of Bachelor’s Degree in Primary Education (Science) of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor Degree in Primary Education|
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