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A Survey of In-Service Needs of Teachers of Woodwork and Building Technology in Post Primary Schools in Anambra State

By Iwegbuna, Chukwudoziem C.

The short in-service courses and workshops organised for post-primary school introductory technology teachers in Anambra state are general.

Published: 17/09/1994

Tags: Teachers of Woodwork and Building Technology

Size: 5.84MB

Instructional Strategies and Techniques as Motivational Factors for Effective Teaching of Technical Subjects in Technical Schools in Anambra State

By Ojukwu, Chinelo B.

The study was conducted to find out the instructional strategies and techniques that would motivate students in technical colleges to learn. The sample for the study consisted of all the 212 technical teachers in technical colleges in Anambra state.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: motivational factors, effective teaching, technical subjects, Technical schools, instructional strategies and techniques

Size: 0.97MB

The Professional Responsibilities of a Cooperating Teacher of Agriculture in a Student – Teaching Programme

By Onu, Francis M.d.

The success of the student teaching experience depends on the cooperating teacher but this success cannot be achieved if the master teachers do not know their responsibilities in this programme.

Published: 30/11/-0001

Tags: Agriculture¸ 1990

Size: 5.87MB

Survey of Effective Utilization of Available Instructional Resources for the Teaching of Introductory Technology in Junior Secondary Schools in Enugu Education Zone of Enugu State

By Ogwa, C. E.

The study investigated the effective utilization of available instructional resources for the teaching of Introductory Technology at junior secondary schools.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: industrial resources, Introductory Technology, junior secondary schools, survey

Size: 893.65KB

Water Pollution Management Techniques of Home-Makers in Oil Producing Communities in Delta State

By Ogbene, Augusta Edewede

All the basic human needs like food, air, water, shelter, medical care and so o have direct or indirect link with one's environment. In Nigeria, about two-thirds of the 88.5 million citizens live in 97,000 rural communities (United Nations Children's Fund - UNICEF 1990) where the lives of the people are characterized by poverty, misery, morbidity and underdevelopment.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: water pollution, management techniques, home-makers, oil producing communities

Size: 19.39MB

Effects of Cognitive Constructivism on the Achievement and Retention of Students in Introductory Technology

By Igboko, Kingsley O.

There has been a gradual paradigm shift in educational psychology from teaching to learning. This change reflects a move-away From information transmission view of education to that of knowledge construction.

Published: 05/05/2004

Tags: cognitive, constrctivism, retention of students, effects.

Size: 13.00MB

Hair Care Technology Utilization Practices of Women in Delta State

By Nwankwo, Theresa. O

The study was designed to investigate the hair care technology utilization practices of women in Delta State. It specifically identified 'the types of wiglets available, the factors that influenced the choice of wiglets, the facilities available to women for the fixing of wiglets, the wearing and maintenance practices adopted, methods adopted for waste disposal of the related waste and ways of enhancing the utilization of wiglets. The area of study was Delta State. The population for the study comprised of adult women in tertiary institution in Delta State and the saloon operators within the towns where the tertiary institutions are.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: hair care, technology, women, Delta, utilization practices

Size: 2.72MB

Factors Affecting the Teaching and Learning of Introductory Technology in the Secondary Schools in Orlu Education Zone of Imo State

By Nwagbo, Emmanuel Okwara

The program of Introductory Technology is a laudable venture instituted by the Federal Government with the aim of reducing technological ignorance and laying solid foundation for true national development.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: teaching, learning, Introductory Technology, secondary schools, Orlu

Size: 1.49MB

Human Resource Management Skills Required Of Technical College Administrators in south-south State Of Nigeria

By Ikinako, Joseph B.

This study was conducted t determine the human resource management skills required of technical college administrators in south-south states of Nigeria.

Published: 15/09/2018

Tags: Human Resource Management, Skill,Technical College Administrators

Size: 9.16MB

Assessment of Electronic Records Management (ERM) Practices in Selected Universities in the South Eastern States of Nigeria

By Ibezim, Nnenna Ekpereka

The major purpose of this study was to assess the electronic records management practices of selected Universities in the South eastern states of Nigeria.

Published: 15/10/2018

Tags: records, management, ERM, assessment, university

Size: 2.53MB

Competency Needs of Metal Work Teachers in Technical Colleges in South- Eastern States of Nigeria

By Nnaji, Dennis Majindu

In the South-Eastern states of Nigeria, made up of five states viz - Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states, each state has a considerable number of technical colleges but none of the colleges has enough qualified metal work teachers who are competent to teach metalwork effectively.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: metal work teachers, technical colleges, competency needs, vocational

Size: 7.97MB

Comparison of Secondary School Accounting Curriculum with the Tasks Performed by Entry-Level Accounting Business Office Workers

By Mebrim, Angelina Adaure

The major purpose of this study was to identify differences between the content of secondary school accounting curriculum and the tasks that are performed by entry-level accounting workers. Four research questions and two hypotheses were formulated, all derived from the literature review.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: secondary school, accounting curriculum, entry-level accounting, office workers

Size: 1.82MB

Fund Generating Potentials and Sustainability of Agricultural Ventures in Colleges of Education in the Middlebelt and Western States of Nigeria

By Fakehinde, Babatunde

This study was designed to assess the fund generating potential and
sustainability of Agricultural ventures in Colleges of Education in the
middle belt and Western States of Nigeria. The issue of sourcing for
adequate funds to support the growth of school system is a problem.

Published: 14/11/2018

Tags: fund, generating potential, sustainability, venture, problem,

Size: 1.67MB

Strategies for Enhancing Industrial Waste Disposal in Kaduna State

By Makama, Haruna E.

This study was designed to find out the strategies for enhancing industrial waste disposal in Kaduna State. In order to achieve the objectives, the study has five specific purposes, five research questions and three null hypotheses. The population was made up of 2,503 industrial workers in Kaduna State. A sample of 253 workers (10 percent of the population) were drawn from the population and used for the study. The instrument used was a 52-item Likert scale type questionnaire validated by three experts. Data collected were analyzed using mean, standard deviation and t-test. It was found among others that to facilitate or enhance industrial waste collection, transportation and final disposal, provision of relevant collection equipment such as hydraulic compactor tnicks. conventional tippers, involvement of private sector, availability of funds; employment of source reduction approach; and re-use and recycling of useful waste materials, etc is necessary.

Published: 02/12/2018

Tags: strategies, industrial waste disposal, education, Makama

Size: 11.66MB

The Effects of Irregular Electricity Supply to Consumers in Ebonyi State

By Ewa, Emmanuel Ibe

The purpose of the study was to find out the effects of irregular supply
of electricity to consumers in Ebonyi State. To achieve the purpose of the
study, four research questions and two hypotheses were formulated and
tested. The response format for the instrument were the five point Likert Type
Scale of Strongly Agree, Agree, Undecided, Disagree and Strongly Disagree.
The instrument was content validated by two experts from Vocational Teacher
Education Department and the researcher's supervisor.

Published: 14/09/2018

Tags: Effects of Irregular Electricity Supply to Consumers

Size: 12.31MB