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International Journal of Academia

Volume 4 No. 1, August, 2017
ISSN: 2505-0540


Influence of Human Power Planning on Academic Staff and their Service Delivery in the College of Education and External Studies at Makerere University - Nabunya Kulthum; Kasenene Idris; Peter Neema- Abooki and Muzaata Nooh Batte 1-11

General Studies Education a Necessary Tool for Value–Reorientation and Peaceful Co-Existence on Tertiary Education in Nigeria - Kanu Ogbonnaya Amah, Ph.D; Patricia N. Obi, Ph.D and Florence I. Iwuji, Ph.D 12-20

Exploring Communication as a Tool for Entrepreneurship Development in Contemporary Nigeria - Vincent Chi Ezinwa 21-30

Entrepreneurship Skill Acquisition for Wealth Creation of Youths in Agidi Development Area, Nasarawa State - Danjuma A. Ombugus, Ph.D and Rebecca I. Umaru, Ph.D 31-41

Entrepreneurial, Lifelong Education and Value Orientation: A Veritable Tool for Self-Actualization and National Development - Helen Chibundu Asita Ph. D 42-48

Promoting Functional Literacy in Indigenous Knowledge for Biodiversity and Food Security: Implications for Poverty Eradication - N. M. Okafor 49-56

Adult and Non-Formal Education: A Promising Facilitator of Sustainable Community and National Development - Stephen Ogbonnaya Ugwuzor 57-69

Students’ Access to Improved Learning Facilities in Secondary Schools: A Catalyst for National Development - Adanma Ngozi Ohia, Ph.D and Stella C. Ezeh, Ph.D 70-77

Entrepreneurial Education and Women Empowerment: An Economic Tool for Poverty Reduction in Nigeria - Dr. A. B. C. Ugwu 78-87

Gender, Political Education and National Development in Nigeria - Chioma Scholastica Ugwu 88-98

Entrepreneurial, Lifelong Education and Science Education in Higher Education in Developing Countries - Patricia Nneamaka Eghagha 99-105

Effects of Health Education on Knowledge and Attitude of Youth Corps Members to Sickle Cell Disease and Its Screening in Enugu State - Dr. Veronica Ngozi Orajekwe and Theresa C. Maduekwe, Ph.D 106-115

Reduction in Prevalence of Early Childhood Diseases and Under-Five Mortality through Entrepreneurial and Lifelong Health Education - George T. Sogbeye; Felicia S. Ekpu and Christopher A. Udokop 116-126

Administration of Entrepreneurship Lifelong Education for Early Childhood Education in Rivers State - Joy Chimajulam Nzokurum, Ph.D and Uzochukwu Williamson Orji 127-138

The Relevance of Lifelong Learning in the Acquisition of Entrepreneurial Skills in Office Technology and Management - C. A. Ejeka and C. C. Ebenezer-Nwokeji 139-150

Creative and Functional Fine and Applied Arts Education: The Challenges and Prospects in a Comatose Economy - Ruth Nguesen Gwa 151-161

Guidance and Counselling for Entrepreneurial Skills of
Women in Developing Countries
- Hellenell Obiageli Onyemachi, Ph.D 162-175

Challenges Facing African Management and Business Schools: The Need for an African-Centered Management Education and Pedagogy - Prof. David N. Abdulai 176-197

Creativity and Functional Education: Teaching Features of the Mdgs/Sdgs in Zaynab Alkali’s Novels in English Language - Maria Ajima, Ph.D 198-206

Quality Education, Research and Good Governance as the Way Forward for Sustainable Development - Dean Odeh and Roseline Ogheneovo Ben-Izuagie 207-218

Creative and Functional Curriculum: Entrepreneurship Education as a Panacea to Comatose Economy - Omada V. Alachi, Ph.D 219-225

The Impact of Computer Social Networks on Usage, Teaching and Learning of English Vocabulary in Tertiary
- Rebecca Isaac Umaru, Ph.D and Barau Nuhu Best 226-237

Resuscitating Comatose Economy through Innovative Teaching Strategy: Effects of Vee–Mapping on Students Achievement in Volumetric Analysis among Secondary
School Students in Minna
- Habiba Yerima; Nasir Kontagora Mu’azu and Sani Mohammed Hamidu 238-249

E-Learning: Catalyst for Life Long Learning - Eunice C. Victor-Ishikaku, Ph.D 250-261

Business Education Lecturers Utilization of Mentoring Strategies and Students Academic Performance in First Year Business Mathematics in Federal Universities, South-South, Nigeria - Akpan Nsini Asuquo, Ph.D; Charity Friday Ido, Ph.D and Abasienie Sampson Bassey 262-274

Influence of Teachers’ Professional Development on Students' Academic Achievement in Secondary Schools in Benue and Nasarawa State, Nigeria - Dr. M. U. Oluwole; John Onah Idikwu, Ph.D; Yaro Joseph Bawa and Joseph Owobu 275-287

Impediments to Creative and Functional Christian Education
in Nigeria
- Kyernum Nyamibo 288-298

Creativity and Innovation in Schools: The Role of Nigerian Teachers in Nation Building - Kangyang Jari Pam and Susan Eloyi Ochigbo 299-311

Creative and Functional Business Education: Internet as a Facilitator for New Directions for Business Education - Olumide L. Salami and Olaitan M. Kehinde 312-322

Speciation of Selected Trace Metals in Soil Samples from Dumpsites in Akwanga, Nasarawa State, Nigeria - Sani
Adamu Gyako 323-334

Creative and Functional Education in Nigeria: A Panacea for Poverty Alleviation - A. G. Ossai, Ph.D; E. N. Nwalado and H. I. Ajudeonu, Ph.D 335-343

An Analysis of Paraphrase, Redundancy and Anomaly in
Conversations of Anaan/English Bilinguals for Functional and Creative English Language Teaching/Learning
- Dr. Vero-Ekpris Gladstone Urujzian 344-352