Hypotheses Testing of Variables of Basic Science Teachers’ on Performance of Students’ in Upper Basic Schools in Kwara State, Nigeria

Volume 8 Issue 2 (March 2023)
Florence Omosholape Abidoye Adekunle Omotayo Abidoye
Pages: 368-372 Download Count : 449 View Count: 558 DOI Number 10.24331/ijere.1257440 Facebook Share on Google+ Save to Zotero Save to Mendeley

Abstract:


This study aims to examine the effect of homework process on academic procrastination behavior in higher education. In this direction, the opinions of 300 pre-service teachers selected by convenience sampling method were consulted and the opinions of 287 students were included in the study. The research data were collected with the Homework Process in Higher Education Scale and Academic Procrastination Behavior Scale. The collected data were subjected to correlation analysis on the basis of both total score and sub-factors. In addition, simple linear regression analysis was applied to examine the effect of homework process on academic procrastination behavior in higher education. After the correlation analysis, a significant negative correlation was found between the homework process in higher education and academic procrastination behaviors. After the regression analysis, it was revealed that the homework process in higher education had an effect on academic procrastination behavior and explained 10% of the total variance.

Keywords

  • Hypotheses testing
  • variables of basic science teachers
  • performance of students
  • upper basic school
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