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Articles by Ijeoma Joyce Chukwuemeka-Nworu
Total Records ( 3 ) for Ijeoma Joyce Chukwuemeka-Nworu
  Joseph Nnaemeka Chukwuma , Ifeoma Salome Chukwuma , Edith C. Edikpa , George Ohabuenyi Abah , Miriam Uche Okoye , Ijeoma Joyce Chukwuemeka-Nworu , Annastasia Uchenna Eneh and Josephine Nnenna Amoke
  This study philosophically examined the extent of ICT usage for professional development of principals in secondary school in South East, Nigeria. Specifically, the study examined the extent of ICT facilities usage for professional development of principals and the extent of the challenges of male and female principal’s competencies in ICT usage for professional development in secondary schools in South East, Nigeria. Two research questions and a null hypothesis guided the study. The population of the study comprised 819 principals in secondary schools in South East, Nigeria. A questionnaire tagged "Information Communication Technology and Professional Development Questionnaire (ICTPDQ) was used to collect data needed for the study. The instrument solicited information on the extent of ICT facilities usage for professional development and the challenges of male and female principal’s competencies in ICT usage for professional development in secondary schools in South East, Nigeria. The result of the findings showed that there is no significant difference (p>0.05) in the mean ratings of male and female principals on the extent of ICT usage for professional development in secondary schools in South-East, Nigeria. Recommendation is also made that principals should be encouraged by the government to attend ICT training by providing the needed funds and facilities for the programme.
  Ifeoma Salome Chukwuma , Samuel C. Ugwoke , Patricia Uzoamaka Agu , Ijeoma Joyce Chukwuemeka-Nworu , Benedeth Nwafor , Annastacia Uchenna Eneh , Joseph Nnaemeka Chukwuma and Paulinus Paul Nwankwor
  The study investigated age and qualification as correlates of quality assurance practices of principals in secondary schools in South East, Nigeria. Two research questions and two null hypothesis guided the study. The correlational survey design was adopted for the study. The population of the study comprised 1.247 principals in public secondary schools in South East, Nigeria. The sample sizes for the study consist of 819 principals. Balloting without replacement was used to draw three states out of the five states that constitute South-East states. All the principals in these drawn states were used. The instrument for data collection was researchers-developed instrument. The instrument was face validated by three experts from the Faculty of Education, University of Nigeria, Nsukka. The internal consistency coefficients were obtained through Cronbach alpha method. This gave reliability values of 0.68, 0.76 and 0.85 for clusters 1-3. The overall reliability index of 0.87 was obtained. The questionnaire was administered and 797 copies were retrieved. The data collected were analyzed using Pearson to answer the research questions while multiple linear regression analysis was used to test the hypothesis at 0.05 level of significance. There was significant relationship between qualification and quality assurance practices. Age of the principals did not correlate quality assurance. Based on these findings, recommendations were also proffered among which was that principals should be encouraged to go for individual development programmes to acquire higher degrees for better performance in quality assurance practices.
  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.
 
 
 
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