Teachers

Displaying 101 - 110 of 205
Literature

This paper evaluated the appropriateness of teaching English language in some selected secondary schools in both Urban (Ile-Ife) and Rural (Ibodi) areas respectively of former Oranmiyan and Atakunmosa Local Government Areas of Osun state,... More

Literature

The synthesis report summarises the main findings and conclusions of the four case studies of teacher education policies in Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa (SA), and Uganda. In particular, it explores similarities and differences, challenges and... More

Literature

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

Literature

This paper reports on a study into the professional working knowledge of teachers in Nigeria. Teachers in five ESSPIN States (Kwara 1 , Lagos, Jigagwa, Kano and Kaduna) were subjected to a number of tasks designed to profile their knowledge in... More

Literature

The pace of change brought about by new technologies has had a significant effect on the way people live, work, and play worldwide. New and emerging technologies challenge the traditional process of teaching and learning, and the way education... More

Literature

The Federal Government states that Teacher Training Colleges would provide general basic courses to all prospective and in-service teachers to enable them identify and mane handicapped children who are found in the public schools. It means that... More