Education

Research Papers/Topics in Education

Entrepreneurship education and Employment

The impact of entrepreneurship education on employment

Problem Solving and Assertiveness Skills Training in Fostering Identity Formation among early Adolescents in Junior Secondary Schools in Ibadan

Identity formation is one of the major developmental tasks every adolescent must undergo. It occurs throughout life cycle and concerns the fundamental biological, cognitive and social changes. Poor identity formation could bring about confusion, irrational fear and indecision among the adolescents. Most studies have examined effectiveness of psycho-therapies in enhancing adolescents performance with little focus on identity formation. This study, therefore, examined the effectiveness of probl...

Teaching and Learning of Mathematics using Computer Assited Instruction (CAI) in Staff Demonstration School FCE Kano

ABSTRACT Many methods and tactics have been deployed in the teaching and learning of mathematics yet only very few students put their interest in the subject. The research is aimed at using the computer assisted instruction (CAI) method to arouse the interest of the students in learning the subject of mathematics. The researcher takes on a research study on The Need for Computer Aided Instruction (CAI) for the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics in Staff Demonstration School, FC...

FACTORS MILITATING AGAINST STUDENTS COMMITMENT TO THE STUDY OF HISTORY; CASE STUDY UNIVERSITY OF BENIN.

History is an important school subject which conveys invaluable lessons from the past and whose worth transcends regional, national and cultural boundaries. However, effective teaching and learning history in Nigerian Universities has long been blighted by problems and challenges that have often gone unaddressed. This problems and issues have consequently militated against the commitment of undergraduate students studying history. This study drawing on a sample size of 160 undergraduate stude...

THE IMPACT OF MONETIZATION POLICY IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR

ABSTRACT This study examined the effect of monetization on workers in Nigerian civil service. Purposefully, the study investigated the monetization benefits if it is commensurate with civil servants socio-economic needs; the impact of monetization on workers’ attitude toward job performance in Nigerian public service; and the impact of monetization on workers’ job satisfaction in Nigerian public service. The researcher used descriptive and survey designs to carry out the study. ...

CORRUPTION AND CHALLENGES OF EDUCATIONAL DELIVERY IN NIGERIA WITH SPECIAL EMPHASIS ON LEADERSHIP AND MANAGEMENT OF EDUCATION

This paper examined the corruption and challenges militating against education delivery in Nigeria with respect to the leadership and management of education. Education is the building block necessary for development. Development in any nation is a function of education. Through education, great and future leaders are produced. But it is regrettable that our educational delivery is in dismalness, hence, the presenting of this paper in order to highlight the major corruptions and challenges t...

Assessement of Women Participation in Science and Technical Education (A Case Study of Umar Shinkafi Polytechnic, Sokoto, Sokoto State)

Abstract An assessment of women in science and technical education in Nigeria was carried out to serveas an appraisal for their participation and representation irrespective of gender and treed. Science and technical education is the most powerful force for change in the world today, and women who hope to have a hand in shaping a better future must participate for the advancement. Socio-cultural antecedents over the years have been the dominate factor of women in adequatere presentation ...

Work-related Stress Among Lecturers in Adamu Augie College of Education Argungu: Implications for Basic Education Teachers' Preparation in Kebbi

Basic education sub-sector relies basically on the colleges of education for it manpower,this assertion was made by Junaidu (2015) in  his attempt to show  the linkage betweenNCCE, UBEC and COE’s, he maintained that for manpower to be adequately available atbasic education level there should strong partnership between the stakeholders involved inthe management, production and training as well as end users of teachers at basic education.This connotes the significant relation betwee...

IMPORTANCE OF PLAY IN EARLY CHILDHOOD LEARNING

This paper will help teachers,educators and parents to understand the importance of play in the academic performance of their children.

THE EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM IN NIGERIA (The way forward)

Education is the bedrock of a child, the window through which the future is seen. The future of any great nation lies in our children and they deserve the best educational grooming. The educational system in our dear country Nigeria is in deplorable state. Therefore, this article aims to highlight the causes and adverse effects of our poor educational system on our children as well as suggest possible ways to remedy the situation.

Assessment of Teaching Method in Junior Secondary Schools in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State

This study focused on the Assessment of Teaching Method in Junior Secondary Schools in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State. The findings from various JSS technical education have shown that series of JSS students poor performances both internal and external examinations. The researcher being worried about this ugly incidence, therefore, decided to devote this study to investigate, identify and verify possible causes of this poor performance, various method of teaching them and sugg...

The effect of Malaria Parasit: The Serum Levels of Vitamin A and Zinc in the Malaria Endemic Area

ABSTRACT Malaria is an endemic parasitic disease that prevails particularly in warm tropical regions of the world. Micronutrient malnutrition such as vitamin A and iron deficiencies which is a public health problem in Nigeria. It is usually highly prevalent in malaria endemic areas.  Characterizing the relationship between micronutrient status (vitamin A and Zinc) and malaria infection among children in Okolobiri town (Nigeria), serum levels of zinc, and Vitamin A, were as...

EFFECTS OF TEACHING METHODS ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF STUDENTS IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL

There has been a consistent poor achievement in technical education in junior secondary school as shown by the West African Examination Council (WAEC) annual reports of 2010-2015. Many scholars have therefore tried to find the ways and means of improving students’ achievements in technical education in junior secondary school examination. Again, there has been a general perception of technical education in junior secondary school by an average Nigerian student, that it is a course that is d...

INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN AND POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA; 2005-2014

Abstract             This study is on women and political development in Nigeria and covers the period 2005 to 2014. In recent times, there have been a lot of calls to allow women take part in governance. It therefore became necessary to empirically discern whether women play any fundamental role in political development or if the clarion call for women participation in governance is a mere ploy to put in people that would no...

The Quality of Science, Technology. Engineering, Art and Mathematics (STEAM) Teachers in Nigeria

As good as STEAM education is, the introduction of STEAM into secondary school curriculum is good but not handled by academic qualified teachers and this are marred the students’ performance. The teaching approach that a teacher adopts is one factor that may affect students’ achievement and facilitates high standards of learners’ outcomes. The failure or good performance of students rest on the quality of instruction and not lack of student’s ability to learn. This paper addresses som...


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