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PhD THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN EDUCATION

PhD THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN EDUCATION

 

 

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PhD THESIS TOPICS AND MATERIALS IN EDUCATION

 

  1. Teacher collaboration for professional learning: a case study of three schools in oshodi-isolo lga of lagos state

 

 

  1. Teacher practices in primary schools with high value-added scores and engaging lessons in disadvantaged communities in Rural Nigeria

 

 

 

  1. The influence of a teaching school alliance on classroom staff’s professional development.

 

 

 

  1. Examiner feedback and learning: what are the characteristics of effective remote feedback in a hierarchic, professional context?

 

 

  1. Indigenous children in urban schools in Nigeria: an ethnographic study on schooling experiences.

 

 

  1. An investigation of the relationships between thinking style, participation in classroom dialogue and learning outcomes – a study based in obio-akpor lga of Rivers state, Nigeria

 

 

  1. Temporal patterns of co-occurrence between children’s self-regulatory behaviour and their private and social speech.

 

 

  1. A study of the relationship between professional development strategies and teacher professional identities

 

 

  1. Adolescent experiences of severe learning difficulties: a case study using psychotherapeutic counselling as a means to explore the potential impact of having an intellectual impairment

 

 

  1. Do financial education interventions for women from poor households impact their financial behaviours? Experimental evidence from Nigeria

 

 

  1. The diverse diversities of creative learning at home: three case studies of children from homes with low social and economic status.

 

 

  1. The relationships of parental self-efficacy, perceived parenting behaviours, adolescents’ self-efficacy beliefs and developmental outcomes: an empirical investigation in a Nigeriancontext

 

 

  1. Towards a better understanding of ‘mathematics anxiety’: A narrative inquiry

 

  1. Using self-regulated learning strategies to enhance educational outcomes for students with learning difficulties in Nigeria: an investigation based on participatory action research

 

  1. Emergent education in the homogenised world. The significance of integrating indigenous skills, asthetic practices, towards future education in Nigeria

 

 

  1. Children’s well-being, emotion regulation & supportive classroom contexts

 

 

  1. Using mobile technology empowers learners? Exploring students’ mobile learning experiences, perceptions and motivational needs and developing learning capacity through mobile learning

 

 

  1. Reading metafiction: Exploring children’s literary competence when reading hybrid novels in the primary classroom.

 

 

  1. An exploration of the relationship between academic achievement and psychotic experiences

 

 

  1. Learning space and student learning in higher institutions: an exploration through a comparative case study in Nigeria

 

 

  1. Relationships between parental scaffolding, children’s needs satisfaction, and self-regulated learning in Nigerian preschool children

 

 

  1. Teaching with technology: a multiple-case study of secondary school teachers in Nigeria

 

 

  1. Creative writers in the making: developing identities in the context of mentoring and tutoring relationships

 

 

  1. Guided reading: teacher and pupil perspectives on classroom practice

 

 

  1. Writing motivation in the context of peer collaboration in second language process writing

 

 

  1. Exploring the challenges and possibilities of using learner-centred pedagogy to teach literacy in secondary schools in Nigeria

 

 

  1. From private speech to inner speech: effects of a self-directed speech intervention on high functioning children with autism

 

 

  1. Preschool children’s social pretend play: its developmental trajectory and the role of adult involvement

 

 

  1. Enabling mathematical minds: how social class, and gender influence mathematics learning in Nigeria secondary schools

 

 

  1. Exploring the professionalism of experienced teachers in Nigeria.

 

 

 

  1. Metacognition and children’s second language acquisition in Nigeria

 

 

 

  1. The effect of incorporating a contrastive teaching approach on the learning of English in Nigeria

 

 

 

  1. The impact of poverty on the lives and education of young carers in Nigeria

 

 

  1. Improving teaching and learning of critical thinking across the curriculum: an empirical study using qualitative methods.

 

 

  1. Lessons for learning: how teachers learn in the contexts of lesson study.

 

 

  1. Investigation of effectiveness of approaches to teaching reading comprehension.

 

 

  1. Metacognitive skills and executive functions: an examination of relationships and development in young children.

 

 

  1. Improving secondary students’ revision of physics concepts through computer-mediated peer discussion and prescriptive tutoring.

 

 

  1. An exploration into how teachers use student consultation strategies to inform the development of their classroom assessment practices.

 

 

  1. Problem solving in primary mathematics: a comparative analysis of prospective teachers’ beliefs in Nigeria.

 

 

  1. The digital world of early adolescents: a study of the use of digital technology to communicate emotionally

 

 

  1. ‘My parents studied here too’: social inequalities and educational (dis)advantage in a Nigeria higher education setting.

 

 

  1. The construction of mathematical insight by pupils in whole-class conversation.

 

 

  1. Aspirations re-examined: a capability approach to widening participation in higher education.

 

 

 

  1. The role of self-regulation in motor learning: exploring the self regulated motor performance of children with developmental coordination disorder.

 

 

  1. Improving secondary students’ revision of physics concepts through computer-mediated peer discussion and prescriptive tutoring

 

 

  1. Constructing stage-environment fit: early adolescents’ psychological development and their attitudes towards school in Nigeria secondary school environments.

 

 

  1. Capability development: a sociological study of languages in education in Nigeria.

 

 

 

  1. Towards improving the teaching of English writing in higher education in Nigeria

 

 

  1. Interrelationships in children’s socio-cognitive development: the case of false-belief understanding

 

 

  1. Self-regulated learning and conceptual development in biology: a naturalistic study with primary school children.

 

 

  1. Ownership in learning: a sociocultural perspective on pupil engagement, collaboration and agency in the classroom.

 

 

  1. Getting along with peers in mainstream primary schools: an exploration of the social status of pupils identified as having special educational needs in Nigeria

 

 

  1. The pattern of physics problem-solving from the perspective of metacognition.

 

 

  1. Between streets and schools: an investigation about young people and their path towards educational inclusion in Nigeria.

 

 

  1. Using critical discourse analysis in exploring the nature of communication among school participants.

 

 

  1. Parental involvement, school strategies and reading in Nigeria primary schools.

 

 

  1. A phenomenological approach to understanding students’ psychological adjustment and integration into the social and academic systems of higher education.

 

 

  1. A comparative analysis of academic mathematicians’ conceptions and professional use of computer algebra systems in university mathematics.

 

 

  1. Becoming a reader in a digital age: children’s perceptions as they start school.

 

 

 

  1. Parents and children working together: an analysis of parent-child interactions during study-related activities and their impact on children’s Self-Regulated Learning.

 

 

  1. Implementing performance management in primary schools.

 

 

  1. Teachers and teaching assistants working together: colleaboration, support and inclusion in secondary schools.

 

 

  1. Exploring the utility of student behaviour self-monitoring in secondary schools: reconsidering antisocial behaviour within the inclusion project.

 

 

 

  1. Towards effective e-learning in Nigeria Higher Education.

 

 

  1. Practitioner thinking about the successful use of resource-media on junior secondary science classroom.

 

 

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