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  • 61. THE EFFECT OF SCIENCE PRACTICALS ON EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF JUNIOR SE...

    » ABSTRACT Thisproject work was carried out to determine the effect of science practicals on effective teaching and learning of junior secondary school sciences in Enugu North Local Government Area, Enugu State. The long held notion is that practiclas offer students a more realistic experience in sciences but lunette (2008), reported that some educators have begun to question seriously the effective...Continue Reading »

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  • 62. THE IMPORTANT OF COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY PHILOSOPHY FOR CHILDREN SYSTEM OF EDUCATIO...

    » ABSTRACT The Important of Community of Inquiry Philosophy for children system of education (COPI4C) in primary schools give rise to a whole set of higher order thinking and the appearances of wonderful change from failure classroom to a dynamic faith. Therefore with the important of COIP4C, analytical spirit, critical spirit and creative endeavors, we can acquire the democratic habits of taking tu...Continue Reading »

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  • 63. BOMBING THE MENACE OF EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE USING COMMUNITY OF INQUIRY PHILOSO...

    » ABSTRACT Examination malpractice is an illegal attempt or action of an individual or group of students to benefits self or others through evil means while violating the regulations governing the conduct of examination. Therefore this study tried to analyze how we are going to bomb the menace of examination malpractice Using Community of Inquiry philosophy for children (COIP4C)system of Education i...Continue Reading »

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  • 64. THE SOCIO-CULTURAL EFFECTS OF DIVORCE AMONG EDUCATED COUPLES INNGBO IN OHAUKWU I...

    » ABSTRACT The topic of the research is socio cultural effects of divorce among educated couples in Ngbo in Ohaukwu the purpose of the study was to examine the socio cultural effects of divorce among educated couples in Ngbo in Ohaukwu in Local Government Area Ebony the study was a survey research. The research was a carried out through questionnaire administered to married couples. It has an estima...Continue Reading »

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  • 65. A CRITICAL LOOK ON THE PROBLEM AND SOLUTION TO CULTISM IN OUR TERTIARY INSTITUTI...

    » ABSTRACT Cultism is one of the problems that students face in campus. This is because of non challant attitude, poor orientation, ideology and culture that youths get towards education. Many youths see tertiary education as an avenue to assert their individuality through wearing outlandish attire, giving money to lecturers for grades, engaging illegal activities in order to seek protection and get...Continue Reading »

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  • 66. ADDRESSING THE PROBLEM OF NIGERIAN EDUCATION THROUGH SYNOCRACY

    » ABSTRACT This research work seeks to verify Africa values as cherishable values. Africa as a continent suffers from the inability to maintain some of her ideology and culture that are capable of bringing positive change and innovations in all ramifications of life. This research reveals African theory and practices in action in the school setting. African traditional norms go with the slogan &lsqu...Continue Reading »

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  • 67. A SOLID BASE TO SUSTAIN AUTHENTIC TEACHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

    » ABSTRACT The study has been conceived out of the current problems facing the Nigeria education industry, especially the extravagant and uncontrolled bureaucracy which the government and the policy makers have enthroned over and above the profession of teaching. The undue recognition accorded to bureaucratic processes which place undue emphasis to the office administrators than those· teache...Continue Reading »

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  • 68. INFLUENCE OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC BACKGROUND ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE OF STUDENTS IN EC...

    » ABSTRACT Socio economic background of a student affects his study at school. The researcher pointed some of those causative factors at home that affect the students in his study. Chapter one gave background of the study. Chapter two review related literature. Chapter three exposed the methodology. Chapter four presented the data and chapter five summarized the content of the study. TABLE OF CONTEN...Continue Reading »

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  • 69. REDUCING THE EFFECTS OF PREMARITAL SEX AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS USING REA...

    » ABSTRACT Many youths have wasted their lives because of lack of sex education. This study suggests the introduction of value orientated learning. Realistic thinking approaches learning about sex and sexuality in a holistic way. Through realistic approach, students will see the need to retrain from premarital sex through moral reasoning. TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Backgrou...Continue Reading »

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  • 70. REDUCING THE NEGATIVE IMPACT OF YOUTH REACTION TOWARDS HIV/AIDS CRISIS IN SCHOOL...

    » ABSTRACT There has been a steady rise in the prevalence of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria. The stratum of the population most infected is those in secondary and tertiary school. In Nigeria, the government has shown political will and has set up a number of committees and activities to help curtail this epidemic. Some of the activities are aimed specifically for the educational sector but more effort is neede...Continue Reading »

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  • 71. REDUCING THE PROBLEMS ENCOUNTERED BY STUDENTS IN LEARNING SOCIAL STUDIES IN SECO...

    » ABSTRACT Many Nigerians have passed through poor quality education because of ineffectiveness of qualified personnels in the educational sector. Many teachers lack the indepth knowledge of the subject matter but the worst is that majority don’t know the rightful teaching methodology in approaching the subject matter. Teacher’s effectiveness invariably affects students’ effectiven...Continue Reading »

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  • 72. THE IMPORTANCE OF SEX EDUCATION AMONG STUDENTS OF EKWUSIGO LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA...

    » ABSTRACT Sexuality is a broad term that refers to the totality of human knowledge about sex and sexual identity. This research work exposes the importance of sex education among students in Ekwusigo Local Government Area using reflective thinking. Chapter one gave a strong background of the study. Chapter two reviewed related literatures. Chapter three provided the methodology used in getting data...Continue Reading »

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  • 73. SOCIAL STUDIES SECONDARY.

    » CHAPTER 1 1. O INTRODUCTION 1.1 BACKGROUND OF STUDY Man’s capacity to learn, to organize learning, to communicate this learning as knowledge, to other members of the species, and to act on the basis of learning and knowledge constitute the subject matter of education (Golsin, 1965). According to develop his mental capacity in such a way as to arm him to play a specific role in a developing p...Continue Reading »

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  • 74. STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN AWKA N...

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  • 75. STRATEGIES FOR EFFECTIVE SUPERVISION AND MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN AWKA...

    » Area ABSTRACT This study was conceived out of the fact that many primary schools especially in Anambra State lack the concept and apprehension of the role of supervision and good management for effective academic progress. Many teachers and pupils are the victims of laudable government policies yet lacking implementation. Supervision is not a new name as far as education is concerned. It is still ...Continue Reading »

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  • 76. THE APPLICATION OF ANDRAGOGY IN TEACHING ECONOMICS IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS

    » ABSTRACT Many Nigerians have passed through poor quality education because of ineffectiveness of qualified personnels in the educational sector. Many teachers lack the indepth knowledge of the subject matter but the worst is that majority don’t know the rightful teaching methodology in approaching the subject matter. Teacher’s effectiveness invariably affects students’ effectiven...Continue Reading »

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  • 77. THE SOLUTION TO UNEMPLOYMENT IN NIGERIA.

    » Chapter one 1.0 Introduction 1.1 The Background There is no doubt that the type of education bequeathed to us in Nigeria by our Colonial Masters is devoid of reasoning. From the first Education Ordinance issued by the privy in England to our much cherished national policy on education of 1981 (reversed 1998), the whole idea and aims have been a process of remediation instead of redesign a camoufla...Continue Reading »

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  • 78. USING ECUMENICAL EDUCATION TO HARMONISE NIGERIAN CITIZENS

    » ABSTRACT Ecumenical education gears towards accepting or practicing ecumenism which is tolerance for other religions. There are many segregations and turmoils in the world as a result of inability to use the spirit of empathy and see your neighbor as yourself. There have been religious clashes in Nigeria because the Christians and Muslim don’t want to compromise or understand themselves. Rel...Continue Reading »

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  • 79. USING SYNERGIC FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. A CASE STUDY OF ABINI IN BIASE LOCAL G...

    » ABSTRACT Synergic is used both internationally nationally and get grassroom level to achieve a common goal. This means of ng things TABLE OF CONTENTS CHAPTER ONE 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1 1.1 Background of the problem 1 1.2 Statement of problem 6 1.3 Purpose of the study 20 1.4 The target audience 20 1.5 Research questions 21 CHAPTER TWO 2.0 Review of related literature 22 2.1 Political leadership in Nig...Continue Reading »

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  • 80. CULTISTS

    » CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION The educative process is all one with the moral process, since the latter is a continuous passage of experience from worse to better. Education has been traditionally thought of as the preparation, learning, acquisition of certain things because they will be useful. The end is remote, and education is getting ready: It is a preliminary to something more important to happen...Continue Reading »

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