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Demographic Variabjes in the Perception of Street Begging Syndrome IN Enugu State: Implication for Counseling
Re-appraisal of Liberal Arts and Social Studies Education In Nigeria School
Effect of Food Consumption on Staying Awake and Alert by some Participants in the 2003 Rohi Youth Camp: Implications for Development of Commercial Food Products and Youth Counseling
Applying Folk Media in Knowledge Dissemination for HIV/AIDS Prevention.
Using “Multiply your Options” Method in Career Information Dissemination
Infusing Talent Development Strategies into the Regular School System in Nigeria: Enrichment Clusters as a starting Point
Enrichment Clusters – A Meaningful Starting Point For Schools without Support for Programmes for the Gifted and Talented
Effect of Diet on Body Weight of some Participants in the 2003 Rohi Youth Camp: Implication for Commercial Food Product Development, Nutrition Education and Councelling
APPRAISAL OF ADHERENCE TO UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE) COMMISSION MANUAL ON MANAGEMENT OF UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE) IN SOUTH EASTERN STATES
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF LITERACY SKILLS ASSESSMENT INVENTORY FOR ASSESSING KINDERGARTEN TEACHERS IN ANAMBRA STATE
Attainment of millennium goal number one eradication of extreme poverty will also help Nigeria to achieve good governance. Street begging syndrome has grave negative psychological, social, economic, health and environmental consequences. how people perceive problems like this dictates how they react to it.
The mass media report mainly what people do, say or think, people discuss and want to know and influence what others do, say, think, feel, value, desire and interact with.
Attainment of millennium goal number one - er-adica/ion of extreme ,poverty
will also help Nigeria to acflieve good governance.' Street hegphg syndrnnie
(SH) has grave negafivc psycl~ological, social, economic, I~ealth and
Developmental psychology is a diverse and very rich
field in educational psycl~ology. AS a field, it deals with the
processes, issues, and problems associated with getting
conceived, developing in the womb, being born, and
growing up hun~an. It is concerned with the chronological
unfolding of the mrious aspects of the child's development,
nan~ely physical, motor, intellectual, emotional, social,
language, moral development, and so on. This explains why
this book is titled:
This study focused on the area of conflict between teachers and their principals in the implementation of administrative decision. The main purpose of this study was to identify some of those administrative areas where misunderstanding usually arise between principals and their teachers in an attempt to implement administrative decisions in schools.