Curriculum

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This study examines reactions from educationstakeholders in South-South States of Nigeria on issues facing curriculum design and implementation especially at secondary school level. One hundred and fifty (150) participants (stakeholders) were... More

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This paper looked at gender balance in illustration of a selection of upper primary textbooks. The results indicated that all the textbooks examined contained illustrations that were not gender balanced. Some recommendations were proffered on... More

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Long before the advent of the Europeans, the Yorubas n the south western part of Nigeria developed a traditional educational system through which an individual behavior is moulded and directed towards their eventual role in the society. Ways,... More

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This pa per exam ines the need for civic ed ucation in N igeria, a nd discu sse s civic e d uca tio n as a too l fo r n ation bu ild ing . The pa p er also h ig h lig hts th e fa cto rs th a t imp e de effective n ation bu ild ing in N ig e ria... More

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Nigeria adopted a National Economic Empowerment and Development Strategy (NEEDS) in response to the global reforms in the social and economic context. The critical elements of NEEDS are value re-orientation, poverty reduction, wealth generation... More

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The Federal government directive through the National Orientation Agency (NOA), that schools in Nigeria should re-introduce the teaching of civic education is a welcome development that will inculcate in students, national values and... More

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This study was motivated by the need to redress the problem of decline in the quality of education in Nigerian schools. Although there are several factors that influence success in the learning situation, it is contended in this paper that the... More

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The non-challant attitudes of the Nigerian teachers and parents to the challenges of curriculum development and educational achievement have created a great gap between the school-teaching-learning programme and the achievement of educational... More