Article Number: DRJSSES409217538
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26765/DRJSSES409217538
ISSN: 2449-0806

Vol. 10(4), Pp. 49-52, June 2022

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Original Research Article

The Influence of Teacher Professional Attitude on Students Achievement in Secondary School in Wukari Local Government Area of Taraba State, Nigeria

El-yakubu Lawal Isa*

Epenu Dangari


Abstract

In today’s secondary schools, there is a question about the productivity of the teacher profession. The impact of teacher professional attitudes on student accomplishment in our secondary schools, particularly in Taraba State’s Wukari Local Government. The study used descriptive survey statistics to test the mean values of whether the influence of teacher profession improves teaching, method, and instructional materials. Three (3) research questions were developed to test the mean values of whether the influence of teacher profession enhances teaching, method, and instructional materials. The population of study consists of GDSS Wukari, MGGSS Wukari, Al -iman Wukari, GSS Wukari, and Great leaders’ secondary schools Wukari, which offered science and art subjects, and 115 students were brought from each school and random sampling techniques were used, 14 questionnaires were used, and structured content validation was performed using cronbah. Alpha was calculated to be 0.84. The mean value of 3.50 was accepted as the outcome. Using a five-point likert scale, SA, AD, UD, SD are 5, 4, 3, 2, and 1, respectively. The study indicated that a professional teacher may teach effectively by supplying items with good instructional materials, training, methods, and student achievement in Wukari, Taraba state will improve via learning and listening to the teacher.


Keywords: Teacher, professionalism, attitude, achievement secondary school, education


 Received: April 11, 2022  Accepted: May 25, 2022  Published: June 17, 2022


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