Classroom Climate and Academic Performance among Female Student in Asa Local Government Area, Kwara State

Muritala Ishola AKANBI


Two hundred and forty nine female students of SS1, SS2 and SS3 took part in the study. The study designed to look at impacts of classroom Climate on Academic Performance of Female Student in Asa Local Government Area, Kwara State. The subjects for this study were drawn from six senior secondary schools in two districts that formed the local government. The survey method used in the study. Classroom Climate Scale (CCS) adapted from the downloaded instrument was used. Performance test was conducted for the female students. Two research hypotheses were raised and tested. Pearson r, and ANOVA tools were used for the statistical analysis. The result shows no significant correlation female students’ perceptions of classroom climate and academic performance. The finding shows there is no significant age difference among female students’ perception of their classroom climate on academic performance. Recommendations were that: Teachers could employ the maximum participation of female students individually or collaboratively. Teachers could strive to create a conducive classroom climate to help female students attain academic success.

Keywords: Classroom climate, female student, academic performance

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