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This book is a study on students' perception of environmental stressors as factors affecting their task performance in workshop practice.
The environmental stressors considered were noise and vibration from workshop equipment/ tools; daylight illumination; indoor air pollution and thermal discomfort arising from workshop activities; and inappropriate workshop ergonomics from mismatch between the students and their working equipment/tools and the workshop furniture.
Data was collected through ESPQ questionnaire and analyzed using arithmetic means, standard deviation and Z-test statistics.
Findings indicated that, students perceived the environmental stressors considered in the study as factors that affected their task performance in workshop practice.
The educational implication from the findings was that, students shall lack effective workshop practice when the workshop is characterized by environmental stressor-induced stresses.
Therefore,for students to carryout effective task performance in workshop practice, the factors that bring about stress-related behaviors which inhibits task performance should be reduced below threshold level.
Japo Oweikeye Amasuomo is a Senior Lecturer,Vocational/Technology Education, Niger Delta University, Nigeria.
He obtained a PhD and M.Ed (Vocational/Technology Education); M.
(Architecture)and has published several journal articles by applying architectural science in improving teaching/learning in vocational/technology education.
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