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WOMEN'S READING HABITS FOR NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES IMPLICATIONS TO MEDIA LITERACY IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM.

By Felicia N. Akubue Ph.d, and Oby Nwafor Ph.d

WOMEN'S READING HABITS FOR NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES IMPLICATIONS TO MEDIA LITERACY IN THE SCHOOL CURRICULUM.

Published: 31/08/2012

Tags: women's reading, habits, newspapers, magazines, media literacy, school curriculum.

Size: 1.48MB

WOMEN IN SOCIETY: STATUS, EDUCATION AND CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

By Felicia N. Akubue, Ph.d

WOMEN IN SOCIETY: STATUS, EDUCATION AND CONTRIBUTION TO NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Published: 12/12/2001

Tags: women, society, status, education, national development.

Size: 821.41KB

USE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

By Felicia N. Akubue, Ph.d

USE OF INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR TEACHING SOCIAL STUDIES IN JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Published: 02/11/2010

Tags: instructional materials, unn, teaching, social studies, secondary schhols, junior.

Size: 1.01MB

THE· CHALLENGES FACING SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM

By F.n.akubue

THE· CHALLENGES FACING SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS IN THE NEW MILLENNIUM

Published: 08/01/2013

Tags: challenges, social studies teachers, teachers, new millenium, unn.

Size: 1.97MB

TEACHING TECHNIQUES USED DY SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE)

By Felicia N. Akubue, Ph.d

TEACHING TECHNIQUES USED DY SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS: IMPLICATIONS FOR UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE)

Published: 08/01/2001

Tags: teaching techniques, social studies, teachers, UBE, unn.

Size: 1.94MB

STUDENTS' RESPONSE TO CURRICULUM REVIEW IN UNDERGRADUATE SOCIAL STUDIES PROGRAMME

By Felicia N. Akubue, Ph. D.

STUDENTS' RESPONSE TO CURRICULUM REVIEW IN UNDERGRADUATE SOCIAL STUDIES PROGRAMME

Published: 18/02/2013

Tags: FELICIA N. AKUBUE, Ph. D, students response, curriculum review, undergraduate, social studies.

Size: 1.60MB

EDUCATION REFORMS AND THE GIRL-CHILD: THE ISSUE OF EARLY MARRIAGE IN ABAKILIKI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EBONY STATE, NIGERIA.

By F.n. Akubue

EDUCATION REFORMS AND THE GIRL-CHILD: THE ISSUE OF EARLY MARRIAGE IN ABAKILIKI LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF EBONY STATE, NIGERIA.

Published: 20/02/2002

Tags: F.N. AKUBUE, unn, education reforms, science education, early marriage, girl-child.

Size: 1.88MB

Infant Feeding and Weaning Practices among Mothers in Nsukka Urban of Enugu State.

By Samuel, E. S., Ugwu, Joseph Ogugua, et al

Infant Feeding and Weaning Practices among Mothers in Nsukka Urban of Enugu State.

Published: 18/12/2008

Tags: infant feeding, weaning, mothers

Size: 1.95MB

EFFECT OF GUIDED INQUIRY METHODS ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN BASIC SCIENCE

By Ugwu Theresa Ukamaka

EFFECT OF GUIDED INQUIRY METHODS ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT AND INTEREST IN BASIC SCIENCE

Published: 26/01/2014

Tags: guided inquiry methods, students' achievement, basic science

Size: 140.50KB

SHORTAGE OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS AND NATION BUILDING

By Dr. Usman, Kamoru Ola Ylwola

SHORTAGE OF MATHEMATICS TEACHERS AND NATION BUILDING

Published: 12/11/2004

Tags: subject, shortages, mathematics, teachers, national building

Size: 1.13MB

Instructional Evaluation Strategies for Social Studies Teachers in Nation Building Efforts

By Nwagu, Eric K.n.

The quest to attain nationhood by a state composed of numerous socially independent and incompatible nationalities necessitated the introduction of Social Studies programme in Nigerian schools. The task of inculcating national consciousness, social tolerance and other desirable social values in all Nigerian Children as the panacea for nation building has been the responsibility of the Social Studies teachers. “This paper finds the teacher discordant and faults his key instructional evaluation technique; and advances evaluation strategies capapble of effecting the behavioural changes requisite for success in her nation building efforts.

Published: 08/09/2004

Tags: Social Studies, Nation Building, Nwagu Eric, 2004

Size: 3.30MB

Integrating HIV/AIDS Education in Secondary School Health Education Curriculum for Sustainable Development

By Ogbuji, Comfort N.

It has been observed with dismay that Health Education is not included in secondary school curriculum in Nigeria. Rather than that, Health Science and Physical Education are included. Based on the content of these subjects, it has been shown that HIV/AIDS Education cannot be effectively taught through them by integration.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: HIV/AIDS education, health education curriculum, sustainable development

Size: 405.01KB

Concentration of Toxic Substances in Edible Crops Following Use of Sewage Waste in Selfhelp Farming Practices by Rural Families in Obukpa, Nsukka

By Mbagwu, F.o.

Not much is known about the health hazards associated with the use of sewage wastes for self-help farming activities. In this study the heavy metal concentrations in the sewage sludge, sewage-sludge-soil mixtures and edible crops grown on the site were evaluated, with a view to ascertain whether they are at levels considered harmful for human consumption.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: toxic substances, edible crops, sewage waste, farming practices

Size: 594.49KB

Mathematics Reading Improving Mathematics Learning and Achievement

By Agwagah, U.n.v.

Evidence (Omo-Ojogo 1987) has that teachers rarely teach reading in their content areas especially in Mathematics.

Published: 01/09/1997

Tags: Mathematics Reading, Mathematics Learning,

Size: 555.12KB

Preparation of Mathematics Teachers for the Effective Implementation of Universal Basic Education (UBE)Preparation of Mathematics Teachers for the Effective Implementation of Universal Basic

By Agwagah, U.n.v.

Preparation of Mathematics Teachers for
the Effective Implementation of Universal
Basic Education (UBE)

Published: 13/09/2018

Tags: universal basic education

Size: 444.60KB