EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUALIZED AND CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTION ON MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF LOW-ACHIEVING STUDENTS
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EFFECTS OF INDIVIDUALIZED AND CONVENTIONAL INSTRUCTION ON MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF LOW-ACHIEVING STUDENTS

OLADAYO, O. T.; PROF. NWANKWO, O. C

Abstract

Education is the process of making every individual functional. It entails developing the innate potential of every individual irrespective of his/her needs and challenges. The need to cater for every child in the school learning environment is therefore imperative. Education administrators, educators, educational psychologists and other stakeholders hold it a duty to ensure that no child is left out in the teaching learning process. Besides the cognitive/intellectual development, the school has the duty of ensuring that the child has an all-round development – academic, social, emotional, psychological, leisure, spiritual and total wellbeing. This has to be done within the learning environment. The desire to ensure that an individual is balance both academically and socially centre on devising a unique, effective, efficient and appropriate teaching and learning strategy that will be able to achieve the above stated desire.

Journal Article
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Mathematics And Computer Science
Educational Psychology
N/A
Christian Bassey
18th April, 2018
18th April, 2018
http://oer.mciu.edu.ng/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/Dr-Oladayo-O-T-Journal-Publication3-OER.pdf


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