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Articles by Chinwe Enyi
Total Records ( 4 ) for Chinwe Enyi
  Kingsley O. Okoro , Chinwe Enyi and Vivian Ogechukwu Amanambu
  The major purpose of the study was to evaluate the extent school access programme assisted students the to acquire ICT skills in South-East Nigeria one reference question was answered and one hypothesis was tested at 0.05 level of significance. The study employed an evaluation design of the study was 10,000 students in South-East Nigeria in 2017/2018 session. Direct observation was used to observe, monitor 50 students in 2 rural and 2 urban schools to determine the ICT-skills they acquired with the assistance of SAP as an ICT platform in South-East Nigeria. The scores realized from the observation were analyzed with mean, standard deviation and student t-test. The result showed that the school access programme assisted students in South-East Nigeria to acquire ICT skills at very great extent.
  Chinwe Enyi , Chukwuemeka Joseph Chukwu , Dan Enyi , Evelyn Ijeoma Ezepue , Josephine Nnenna Amoke and Francisca C. Okeke
  This study investigated the administrative competencies required by secondary school principals in South-East of Nigeria, focusing on three administrative variables, namely: instructional leadership, physical facilities and Information Communication and Technology (ICT). Three research questions and three related hypothesis guided the study. A questionnaire consisting of 26 items was constructed by the researcher and validated by experts to elicit information from 500 principals randomly drawn from 1,251 secondary school principals in the South-East States. The scores from the respondents were analyzed using mean and standard deviation to answer the research questions and the t-test statistic to test the null hypothesis at 0.05 level of probability. Major findings indicated that the principals in the zone required a variety of administrative competencies relating to the ability to maintain effective instructional leadership, managing school plant through effective utilization of equipment and good knowledge of ICT and its applications. By interpreting the findings in light of their implications, the researcher recommended among other things, that principals should use the identified administrative competencies in various areas of school administration and that the various Post-Primary School Management Boards, Ministries of Education and Association of Nigerian Conference of Principals of Secondary Schools (ANCOPSS) should use the identified competencies as a basis for organizing workshops, conferences, seminars and in-service programmes for the principals.
  Baptista Chinyere Chigbu , Ijeoma Joyce Chukwuemeka-Nworu , Chukwuemeka Joseph Chukwu , Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba and Chinwe Enyi
  This study investigated the use of communication and problem-solving skills in the supervision of teachers for quality assurance in technical secondary schools in Nigeria. The study adopted a descriptive survey design with a sample of 1,980 teachers and principals using purposive sampling. The instrument for data collection was a questionnaire titled “communication and problem-solving skills questionnaire”. The data collected were analysed using mean, standard deviation and t-test statistics. The result indicated that principals were deficient in the application of accepted communication and problem-solving skills. Based on the findings, it was concluded that government, through states Ministry of Education should work in collaboration with the technical school boards to organize meaningful training on communication and problem-solving skills for principals for effective supervisory skill acquisition and utilization for quality assurance in public secondary schools in Nigeria.
  Chinyere Augusta Nwajiuba , Kingsley O. Okoro and Chinwe Enyi
  The study sought to find out the extent of effectiveness of the implementation process of the school access programme in South-East Nigeria. The study investigated whether the status of the respondents (Teachers and students) has any influence on the extent to which the school access programme was implemented in South-East Nigeria. The study was carried out in South-East Nigeria which is made up of five states (Anambra, Imo, Enugu, Abia and Ebonyi State). The population of the study was 14,141 respondents. Stratified proportionate random, simple random and cluster random sampling techniques were the sampling techniques used in the study. A questionnaire was the instrument used to collect the pertinent and relevant data of the study. The scores generated from the respondents were analyzed with mean, standard deviation and student t-test. The findings of the study revealed that the school access programme in South-East Nigeria was implemented at great extent indicating that (SAP) was effectively implemented.
 
 
 
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