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dc.contributor.authorDeya, Derrick Okinyi
dc.description.abstractThe purpose of the study was to establish the relationship between the level of students’ participation in games programs and academic achievement in secondary schools in Rongo Sub-County. The study adopted descriptive survey and correlation designs. The sample size was as follows: 350 form four students participating in games, 175 boys and 175 girls which were 33% of the target population. Pearson Product moment Correlation was used to investigate relationship between students’ participation level and academic achievement. The Bonferroni Post Hoc Multiple Comparison Test is an analysis method that was used to establish multiple levels of participation to prove relationship with academic achievement. The study found out that there is a minimal positive relationship between students’ level of participation in games programs and academic achievement in secondary schools in Rongo Sub County. (t (350) r=0.260, p=0.453).en_US
dc.publisherResearch Journal of Educationen_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries;Vol. 4, Issue. 11, pp: 180-186, 2018
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dc.subjectGames; Participating in games; Level of participation; Academic achievementen_US
dc.titleThe Relationship Between Level of Students’ Participation in Games Programs and Academic Achievement in Rongo Sub-County Secondary Schoolsen_US

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