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NARD 27.1

VOL. 27. No 1 April,2018
ISSN 1596-974X


Internationalization of Education in Nigeria: A Progressive Approach- Prof. Antiabong Okon Ekong 1-8

Concept Mapping as a Tool for Curriculum Design: Strategy for Internationalization of Education- Dr. V. N. Duru 9-20

Internationalization of Higher Education in Africa: Challenges and Progressive Approach- Christiana N. Nwadiokwu, Ph.D and
Favour E. Nwadiokwu 21-28

An Overview of Sociolinguistics and Discourse Analysis: A Progressive Approach to Internationalization of English Language Education in Nigeria- Ogba Thank-God Igiri, Ph.D 29-37

Internationalization of Basic Education in Nigeria: A Progressive Approach- Grace C. Mgbachi, Ph.D 38-50

E-learning: A Panacea for Teaching and Learning Transformation in Business Education- Chioma L. Ikeanyionwu, Ph.D; Judith O. Enwere and Achumie Emmanuel Nwankwo 51-58

Technical Knowledge: A Guide to Creativity and Invention for Solving Human Problem- Olisaemeka Raphael Maduabuchi, Ph.D and Rev. Fr. Eugene Anowai, Ph.D 59-63

Internationalization of Primary Education: Challenges and Strategies- Comfort Remilekun Olorunyomi 64-69

Effective Planning for Educational Reform and Innovation in Nigeria- Dr. Josephine Ebhesi Matthew 70-77

Skills Required by Biology Teachers for Planning Effective Teaching of Biology in Senior Secondary Schools in Biu Local Government Area of Borno State- Daniel Hyelyankuri; Elisha Kucheli and Lamela Bitrus 78-84

Global View on Reading Comprehension: Implication for Family Background on Pupils’ Reading Abilities- Chinyere Unigwe 85-91

Internationalization of Education in Nigeria: A Progressive Approach- Prof. John Enow Tabotndip 92-103

Relevance of Developing Intervention Programme for Parents on Adolescent Sexuality Education in Nigeria- Chinwe Beloved Okereke; G. O. Ekenedo and Anthony Ikechukwu Ekwe 104-109

Internationalization and Globalization of Language Education; An Academic Programme for Global Concern- John Ode Adikpe 110-124

An Overview of Structural Factors and Industrial Sector Development in Nigeria (1970-2015): A Call for a Progressive Approach to Internationalization of Economics Education in Nigeria- Anthony Chigbu Nwagbara and Jude U. Ukaegbu 125-142

Internationalization of Early Childhood Education in Nigeria for Quality and Progressive Human Development- Stephen Nwali Okeworo, Ph.D 143-152

Internationalization of Higher Education in Nigeria: A Progressive Approach- Angela Nebechi Agbo 153-162

Role of Science Education in Internationalization of Scientific Literacy in Nigeria- Odo John Ogah and Elom Isaac Ogbaji 163-168

Internationalization of Education: The Use of ICT in English Language Pedagogy, Challenges and Prospect- Roselyn Eboh-Nzekwue and Odirichi Ozoemelam-Gad 169-181

Impact of Technology on Secondary School Students’ Creativity in Mathematics: A Case for Internationalization of Education in Nigeria- Bright Ihechukwu Nwoke, Ph.D; Anayochi Nwakaego Nwoga, Ph.D and Amarachi Olunna Emenyonu 182-189

The Challenges of Internationalization in Nigeria- Ijeoma R. Odoemenam, Ph.D 190-200

Improving Creativity among Junior Secondary School Students through Teaching of Basic Skills in Functional Education for International Recognition- Prisca Onyinye Anyanwu 201-210

The Relevance of Paradigmatic and Syntagmatic Relations in Morphology to Language Teaching and Learning- Maureen E. N. Ororho 211-218

Creative Use of Ceramic Related Waste for Interior and Exterior Designs- Awili Ikwo-Idongesit 219-226

Strategies for Implementing Internationalization of Biology Education in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions- Felicia O. Oboh 227-237

Community Participation and School Ownership Co-existence: The Way Forward for Educational Growth in Nigeria- Ada Adoga James 238-244

A Comparative Study of the Growth and Yield Performance of Cucumber Sativus on Eha-Amufu Soil Amended with Fertilizer,
Poultry and Goat Manure-
Anthonia O. Odo 245-255

A Synergy of Scientific and Indigenous Knowledge Systems in Theatre for Development Strategy- Annas Ngunan Ashaver, Ph.D 256-261

The Gap between Teaching and Research in Nigeria: The French Experience- Joyce Adaku Iroegbu 262-267

An Instrument for Peace Building in Nigeria: Christian Religious Education- Gaiya Kagarko 268-275