Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

THE EFFECT OF TEACHERS' AND STUDENTS' ATTITUDE TOWARD TEACHING AND LEARNING PROCESSES IN NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS.

ABSTRACT Education is also change with the demand and expectations of the society. Teacher is an active agent of social change. Teaching is very noble and pious profession. It is directly connected with the future of the students and today’s students are the responsible citizen of tomorrow. So they must have good education in schools. They are very much attached with their teachers. Teachers are the role models of the students. So the teacher should be a  friend, philosopher and g...

TYPES OF PLANNING IN STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT

  INTRODUCTION The complexity and sophistication of business decision making requires strategic management and planning skills. Managing various and multi-faceted internal activities is only part of the modern  executive’s  responsibilities.  The  firm’s  immediate  external  environment  poses  a second  set  of  challenging  factors.  This  environment  includes  competitors,  suppliers&n...

Theories of Motivation

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 12.0px 'Helvetica Neue'} span.s1 {direction: ltr; unicode-bidi: bidi-override} INTRODUCTION Motivation   is   a human   psychological   characteristic   that   contributes   to   a   person's   degree   of commitment (Stoke, 1999). The Concept of motivation has therefore led different scholars in research about ‘motivation’. Some scholars were able to come out with their theories...

The Challenges of Economic Integration in west africa

         .ABSTRACTEconomic integration (EI), which is an embodiment of custom unions, tradeblocs,   and   free   trade   area,   has   the   ultimate   aim   of   promoting   tradeparticipation   of   Members   and   in   the   long-run   enhancing   economicperformance  &nbsp...

TACKLING THE INSECURITY PROBLEM IN NIGERIA

ABSTRACT Boko Haram  has  been  evolving  in  north-eastern  Nigeria  for  over  a  decade. An  extremely violent Islamist movement, it has in 2014 entered a new transitional phase. The inability of Nigeria’s armed forces to obstruct its onslaught, combined with a higher international profile, have lent it a confidence and ambition that appear to have prompted increasingly strategic behaviour, alongside its ongoing indiscriminate and widespread attacks against civilian and state...

Strategic Thinking an apparatus to deciphering Nigeria's Security Enigma

ABSTRACT Effective  strategic  thinking  requires  a  clear  understanding  of  one’s  external  environment. Therefore, looking at the Nigerian environment of the 21st century, it would not be an exaggeration to say that the Nights of some African Countries e.g. Ghana, is safer and more secure than the day in Nigeria (over 200 girls were kidnapped in Chibok in April 2014 in broad daylight). It is no news anymore that the state of secur...

Servant Leadership

OVERVIEW(UNDERSTANDING THE CONCEPT OF LEADERSHIP)“It is better to lead from behind and to put others in front, especially when you celebrate victory when nice things occur. You take the front line when there is danger. Then people will appreciate your leadership.” Nelson Mandela (1990)Gary Yukl (2006) defines leadership as “the process of influencing others to understand and agree about what needs to be done and how to do it, and the process of facilitating individua...

AN ANALYSIS OF INFANT MORTALITY RATE IN ABIA STATE

ABSTRACT          We had tried to study the rates of infant mortality in Abia State.  The aims of this study were to compare the mortality and birth rate of infants male and female in order to determine whether there is a significant yearly difference in their mortality and birth rate.  Also, to determine whether infant mortality in Abia State in independent of sex. And furthermore to determine the future trend cases for birth and death ...

Service Learning in Engineering and Science for Sustainable Development

This short paper in the inaugural issue of the International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering explains how professors at all of the world’s institutions can capitalize on an opportunity to assist students to learn engineering and science more effectively by offering them a chance to make concrete contributions to the optimization of appropriate technologies for sustainable development.

Connecting Mathematics and the Applied Science of Energy Conservation

To effectively teach science in the elementary classroom, pre-service K-8 teachers need a basic understanding of the underlying concepts of physics, which demand a strong foundation in mathematics. Unfortunately, the depth of mathematics understanding of prospective elementary teachers has been a growing and serious concern for several decades. To overcome this challenge, a two-pronged attack was used in this study. First, students in mathematics courses were coupled with physical science cou...

Quoting and Translating in Historical Research - A Justification

The ultimate concern of a historian is the possibility of gaining the knowledge of events and actions (in the course of time) which are no longer available for direct inspection. These happening have been preserved in material (as archival, written, archaeological etch.) and immaterial (oral tradition) forms. A historian is therefore charged with the task of piecing this event and actions together for an understanding of the theme to which he/she is engaged. Through the descriptive and exposi...

The RepRap 3-D Printer Revolution in STEM Education

STEM is an acronym for science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields of study meant to improve U.S. competitiveness by guiding curriculum and influencing education policy. STEM education begins with K-12 educators, who are struggling with how to implement the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) that now place explicit emphasis on the relationship of engineering to science. The NGSS guidelines suggest that science curriculum should have activities with an iterative process invol...

Open-source 3-D printing Technologies for education: Bringing Additive Manufacturing to the Classroom

Objective 3-D printing technologies have the potential to improve both Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education and Career and Technical Education (CTE), as well as integrating these two educational emphases and providing opportunities for cross-curriculum engagement. The objective of this study is to investigate the potential of open-source (OS) technologies in an educational setting, given the combination of economic constraints affecting all educational envir...

A Virtual Educational Exchange: A North-South Virtually-Shared Class on Sustainable Development

Increasingly international competence is considered and important skill to be acquired from an undergraduate education. Because international exchange presents a challenge to many students, there is a need to develop and implement alternative means for incorporating international and cross-cultural experiences into the undergraduate classroom. We report on the implementation of a semester-long, virtually-shared course offering between a U.S. and a Bolivian university. Since STEM (science, tec...

Evaluation of RepRap 3D Printer Workshops in K-12 STEM

As facilitators of 3D printer workshops, the authors developed a survey to gage how the printers are actually being used and whether they support the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) requirements, especially in regard to engineering design. The survey response rate was 52% of 68 total participants with the majority conveying that 3D printers do facilitate student understanding of the engineering design process and that the workshops empowered them and their students to tackle projects...


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