Curriculum

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Teacher education, both pre- and in-service programmes, are offered in the country by different teacher education institutions as declared in the National Policy on Education. However, although commendable efforts have been made, yet much needs... More

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This paper presents the report of a research carried out in Kwara Sate of Nigeria to seek the opinions of teachers on the Infusion of Environmental Education (EE) in the Nigerian Primary School Curriculum. The descriptive survey method was... More

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This research paper examines professional and non-professional teachers’ methodological competencies among secondary school teachers in Nigeria. The main focus of this study is to probe the impact of the professional and non-professional... More

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Nigeria’s Education Policy is quite laudable yet her investments in education are not too rewarding considering the deteriorating educational standards. No matter how laudable education policies/programmes are, poor implementation would lead to... More

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Curriculum development and implementation have pre-occupied the minds educationists and philosophers since the global evolution of modern educational systems. The search for a defined role for teachers in the successful implementation of Social... More

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The concerns for education sustainability have prompted debates, brainstorming, dialogues and legislations world over. The outcome of these endeavors has, in a way, favored the reduction of ‘unemployment and unemployables’ syndromes and... More

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The aim of the study conducted, in Ilorin Emirate, Nigeria, was to seek the views of teachers on the incorporation of Entrepreneurial Capacity Building (ECB) Programmes in the Nigerian Basic Education Curriculum. The descriptive survey method... More

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The intention of this paper is to describe and reflect on the changes in the new 9-year basic education mathematics curriculum in Nigeria. The paper is divided into four major themes: history of curriculum development in mathematics education at... More

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The fundamental principle of Universal Basic Education (UBE) in Nigeria is that everybody must have access to equivalent education comprehensively and co-educationally. The concept of the Universal Primary Education (UPE) introduced in 1976 (6... More