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Students’ Appraisal of the Quality of Instruction in Clothing and Textiles in Tertiary Institutions in Delta State

DO Arubayi

Abstract


The study analysed Students’ appraisal of the quality of instruction in Clothing and Textiles in Tertiary Institutions in Delta State. Two research questions were raised and two hypotheses formulated to guide the study. A sample of 198 that is 30% of the target population of 660 Home Economics students’ in the four Tertiary Institutions of Delta State was used for the study. The instrument titled HESAIQ, made up of two sections and 128 items was used for data collection. The research questions were answered using Mean and Standard Deviation; hypotheses tested using ANOVA at 0.05 level of significance. The result revealed that students’ academic level and school background were determinant in students’ appraisal of the quality of instruction in Clothing and Textiles Students, irrespective of the institution of learning appraised the quality of instruction satisfactorily. Although their level of satisfaction varied with their academic levels and school background. Statistically, there were differences in terms of Students’ appraisal when academic levels and school backgrounds were considered. However, these differences were found to be non-significant.

Keywords: Students’ Appraisal; Quality Instruction; Clothing Textiles;
Tertiary Institutions




http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/afrrev.v4i3.60175
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