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Vol. 9 no 1

AFRICAN EDUCATION INDICES
Volume 9 No. 1, November, 2016

ISSN 2276 – 982x

Contents

Open Educational Resources: Development and Expansion
in Africa -Professor Sahr P. Thomas Gbamanja (GCOR)………………………. 1

Workshop Safety Compliance And Students’ Psychomotor Skills
Acquisition in Electrical Installation Works In Technical Colleges
In Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria. - Emmanuel Bassey Joseph, Ph.D;
Okechukwu Amadike, Ph.D; James Okon Nsikan, Ph.D and
D. G. Sagbara ……………………………………………………………..18

Sovereign National Conference: A Pathway to Nigerian Nationhood
(1914-2013) - Uyi-Ekpen Ogbeide, Ph.D and Moses Osamudiamen
Izevbizua………………………………………………...………………..35

Design of Powerpole Marine Propulsion Unit - Dr. Nsikan Okon James
and Dr. Anayo Anthony Ishiodu ……………………………………………46

Strengthening Peace Education and Peace Culture for Performance
of Post Primary Students in Port Harcourt City, Rivers State - G. G. Kpee,
Ph.D and Grace Uchechi Ajah …………………………………..………….57

Principals’ Administrative Problems in Public Secondary Schools in
Delta State. - Dr. Gladys O. Uzoechina and Esther Akachukwu ..........................69

Strategies for Sustainable Reproductive Health for National
Development - Augusta Okanma Iwelu and T. E.
Agboghoroma, Ph.D………………………………………..………………….77

Character and Skills Development in Africa: Need for Systematic and
Scientific Practice - Dr. Mohammed Ibn Mukhtar………………………....90

Issues, Challenges and Prospects of Accountability in Alvan Ikoku
Federal College of Education, Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria - Paul Emeka
Obi; Bridget Chika Obi, Ph.D and U.R. Onyekpere……………...…………..112

The Need to Include Death and Dying Education in Health Education
Curriculum for Colleges of Education in Nigeria - Dr. Sylvester Ani Mba…136

Towards Transformation of University Education in Rivers State: The
Contemporary Issues - Gladys Ejimole Aleru and Fortune Ihuoma Isi………..145

Entrepreneurial Education and Job Creation in Nigeria - Endurance
Gabriel Udo; Ene Edet Ene and Chukwunonso Valentine
Amoke……………………………………………………………………157

Creativity Development Approaches To Develop Teachers’ Creative
Ability -Catherine Ngozi Obi and Dr. Stella C. Ezeh…………….………….168

Globalization and Gender as a Determinant of Social Adjustment of
Adolescents in Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State - Rosemary
Collins Piate………………………………………………………..….…176

The Role of Education in Promoting the Growth of Democracy - Emmanuel
N. Nwalado; Sunday Obro and Grace Ifeoma Egwu.............................................186

The Role of Public Libraries and Emerging Technologies in Accessing
OERS to Distance; Learners At Makerere University - Harriet Mutambo
Nabusbawo; Samuel Ndeda Siminyu and Paul Birevu Muyinda………………..199

Information and Communication Technology (ICT) A Tool For
Human Capacity Transformation In Teacher Education In Nigeria –
Iniobong Willie Umoh, Ph.D and Edem A. Ntuk Ph.D…………………..….210

Impact of Principals’ Management Techniques in the Attainment of
School Goals in Delta State. - Dr. Gladys Uzoechina and
Adaeze Oguegbu ....................................................................................................221

Social-Learning Theory of Personality Development: Implication for
Child Academic Performance - Immaculata Gregory Umoh and Arit
Okonobong Atakpa………………………………………….……………230

Plato’s Educational Ideas: It’s Contemporary Relevance to Nigeria
Situation - Raphael Olisa Maduabuchi, Ph.D and Rev. Fr. Eugene
Anowai, Ph.D……………………………………………………………238

Factors Negating the Effective Transformation of Accounting
Education in Higher Institutions in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria - Ime Jones
Isaac……………………………...……………………………………..248

Information Communication Technology (ICT) As A Resource For
The Teaching of Basic Science in Nigerian Junior Secondary Schools –
Saudat Shehu Bala…………………………………………………..……261

Theatre Arts and Adult Education for Character and Skills Development in
Africa. - Godfrey Oghuan Ebohon and Rose Eyefujinrin Ebohon……………..268

Functional Vocational Business Education: A Panacea for the
Achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Nigeria. - Ihedioha
Oliver Uwadiegwu, Ph.D and Madu Victor Uzoma …………………...……278

Ogbahu Gerundivization: A Morpho-Phonological Study – Georgina
O.Maduagwu …………………………………………………...…..……286