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1AFRICA REGIONAL SEXUALITY RESOURCE CENTRE Understanding Human Sexuality Seminar Series 3Sexuality Education in Niger
Perspectives on the History of Education in Nigeria, 2008
INDIGENOUS AFRICAN EDUCATION
Dr. (Mrs.) A. A. Jekayinfa
General Principles of Education
Education is a universal process occurring in all human societies involving a society passed on its culture, that is the social, ethical, int
Primary and Secondary
Table of Contents
Table of Contents:……………………………………………………… iv
Opening Address: Professor Ayodele Falase ……….……… viii
Welcome Address: Professor D.F.
READING AS A TOOL FOR QUALITY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
Shidi, Hungwa and Digitemie-Batubo, Beleudaara
Department of Library and Information Science
University of Nigeria, Nsukka
A paper presented at a one day seminar organised by Nigerian Library Association, Benue State Chapter at Ben
GATE's chairman and CEO, Mr. Glenn Jones, has said that "Education is the great hope for the survival of humankind and for the forward progress of civilization." The French revolutionary Danton said more than two centuries ago, "After bread, education." Education is the most basic necessity after th
Sexuality education has been given various definitions by various schools of thought. AHI (2003) described sexuality education as “a planned process of education that fosters the acquisition of factual information, the formation of positive attitudes, beliefs and values as well as th
THE NEED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION IN SECONDARY
EDUCATION LEVEL IN NIGERIA: Problems and Challenges
International Masters Degree Thesis on Environmental Policy
Agnes Chizor Ogueri
Thomas G. Whiston
Department of Environment, Technology and Social Stu
THE ROLE OF LIBRARY RESOURCES IN EFFECTIVE HANDLING OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS EDUCATION IN NIGERIA.
LIBRARY DEPARTMENT, FEDERAL COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECHNICAL) GUSAU.
A PAPER PRESENTED AT THE 1ST ANNUAL NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “EFFECTIV
CURRENT STATE OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
Education can be referred to as an act or process of developing and cultivating, whether physically, mentally or mortally, ones mental activities or senses; the expansion, strengthening and discipline of ones mind, faculty etc; the f
FACTORS AFFECTING SUSTAINABLE WOMEN EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
IHEANYI N. OKWAKPAM
Department of Adult and Continuing Education,
Faculty of Education,
University of Calabar, Cross River State,
This paper attempts to establish the factors that affect susta
INTEGRATING COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN (CAD) INTO ARCHITECTURAL EDUCATION IN NIGERIA:
A CASE STUDY OF THE ARCHITECTURE PROGRAMME. ABUBAKAR TAFAWA BALEWA UNIVERSITY (A.T.B.U) BAUCHI, NIGERIA.
KADUMA, LOT AKUT
THE DEPARTMENT OF ARCH
Northeast Normal University
FACAULTY OF EDUCATION
RESEARCH ON TEACHER EDUCATION
TOPIC: TEACHER EDUCATION IN NIGERIA IN THE PERSPECTIVE OF LIFE-LONG EDUCATION
LECTURER: PROF. RAO CONG-MAN et al
PRESENTER: DIDAM BANENAT
DATE: JUNE, 2013.
HISTORY OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA
1. Concept and Rationale of History of education
2. A Brief History of Education in Ancient Greek and Roman Empire
3. African Indigenous System of Education/African Traditional Education
4. Islamic Education in Nigeria
BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY
Education is a process in which knowledge and social capabilities demanded, are acquired. It is to a nation, what the mind is to the body, just as a deceased mind is handicapped in the co-ordination and direction of the bodily activities setbacks in the educ
No doubt education is the bedrock of development of any country or nation. But unfortunately Education in Nigeria is bisected with myriads of problems. The aim of the study is to identify and provide solutions to the problems that are mitigating about the success in the education sector
The early childhood education is a field that has been rather slow to take up the challenge of sustainability; it has a potentially significant role to play not because of underlying concerns for children’s welfare, but because of interest in children’s environments and its at
Children learn and develop the ability to learn art from their environment.
The ability of learning in any field is not only inherited but it is also a product of the environment.
As there was no formal education in Nigeria before the advent of the European miss
THE ROLES OF NIGERIAN ASSOCIATION OF MODEL ISLAMIC SCHOOLS (NAMIS) IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF EDUCATION IN OYO STATE: A CASE STUDY OF NAMIS, EGBEDA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA CHAPTER.
SHITTU, AFUSAT OMOBONIKE (MRS)
(MATRICULATION NUMBER 04/060854)
BEING A PROJECT REPORT SUBMITTED
Globalization, according to the Population Reference Bureau (2000) has encouraged women's participation in the market economy by creating new job opportunities. This paper presents globalization and socio-economic development of the Nigerian women. It highlights the several ways in which