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Qualitative Education Volume 5 No.2

This study investigated the impact of recreating school business management on principals’ overall administrative productivity among secondary schools in Akwa Ibom State. A random sample of one hundred (100) principals was employed for the study. A researcher-designed questionnaire titled Recreating School Business Management and Principals’ Overall Administrative Productivity Questionnaire (RSBPAPQ). Was used for data collection, while Pearson Product Moment Correlation (PPMC) was used for data analyses.

Qualitative Education Volume 6 No.1

This paper was designed to look at acquisition of skills and competences by technical education teachers as instrument for national growth in Nigeria. The paper x-rayed the national policy on education and the same time, looked at the present implementation programme on ground in different vocational and technical education institutions in Nigeria. The components examined in the implementation programmes are the teacher, skills and competencies acquired by teachers, methods of instruction, policy thrust and reformation and strategies for human resource development.

Qualitative Education Volume 5 No.1

The school is generally known as a place where learning of positive behaviour and good morals prevail. Apart from inculcating training of the mind and character observation of laws rules and regulations are held at high esteem. The pupils/students are also expected to obey the order from their teachers and school authorities and to maintain an established standard of behaviour. It follows that any pupil/student that disobeys the rules and regulations of the school becomes subject to be punished.

Qualitative Education Volume 6 No.4

The major purpose of this paper was to discuss the provision in the National Policy on Education for teachers‟ acquisition of competences required for teaching the processes of science and to relate them with science teacher‟s practices in the field. It was found that the competences practiced by science teachers in the field run short of the provisions in he National Policy on Education for imparting skills of processes of science to students.

Qualitative Education Volume 7 No.3

Achieving excellence in educational activities is the major goal and objective of the national policy on education for functionality and self-reliance. The paper presents the Re-appraisal of strategies in teacher education on how to achieve academic excellence for national development. The influence of qualitative teachers in the implementation of educational programmes is considered the most important concept in this paper. Teacher Education is to equip prospective teachers with the knowledge, attitude, behaviors and skills they require in the classrooms.

Qualitative Education Volume 7 No.4

Achieving excellence in educational activities is the major goal and objective of the national policy on education for functionality and self-reliance. The paper presents the Re-appraisal of strategies in teacher education on how to achieve academic excellence for national development. The influence of qualitative teachers in the implementation of educational programmes is considered the most important concept in this paper. Teacher Education is to equip prospective teachers with the knowledge, attitude, behaviors and skills they require in the classrooms.

Teacher Perspective Volume 3 No.4

Maladaptive behaviour can be brought under control. A child may be regarded as maladjusted when he is developing in ways that have a bad effect on himself or his fellows and cannot without help being remedied by his parents or teachers and other adults in ordinary contract with them. This paper, therefore spelt out some ways of using the knowledge of educational psychology to identify and remedy maladaptive behaviours in the classroom, with a view to making teaching and learning easy and interesting for the teacher and the students.

Teacher Perspective Volume 3 No.3

Education is a gateway to national progress and development as well as a form of social policy. Consequently educational programmes are geared towards enhancing literacy at all levels and thus facilitate the achievements of the community in general. Fisherfolk can be described as communities of fisherfolk that move from one place to another in search of livelihood. Most of whom are illiterates. They are the most disadvantaged in the society in terms of the provision of formal education. This paper focuses on the fisherfolk education programme in Rivers State and its effect on the community.

Teacher Perspective Volume 3 No.2

Teachers are the implementers of all policies and programmes in the
nation’s educational system. They are indispensable in this task.
Therefore, they must be kept abreast with the times in order to meet
issuing challenges in the job else the nation will be eclipsed by
ignorance. This paper attempted an investigation into the opinions of
teacher educators drawn from all levels of the Nigerian educational
system as it concerns having a befitting teacher programme for realizing
the Universal Basic Education (UBE) objectives. To achieve this

Teacher Perspective Volume 1

Funding education in Nigeria has been a crucial issue of concern to all stakeholders in education industry. This points at the catastrophe of education funding which has become both erratic and inadequate. The effects of underfunding and lip-service paid to education seem to undermine the success of academic programmes and national development. A cursory look at the Nigerian educational system will show the sorry state of the schools (primary, secondary and tertiary).

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