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Vol. 28 No. 1 (2022)

Published: June 8, 2023

Quality Assurance Indicators And Academic Staff Productivity In Public Universities, Lagos State, Nigeria

1-14 Gbesoevi, Emmanuel Semako (Phd) , Adeleke, Adeola Adawi (Phd) , Koshoedo, Senapon Nugboyon, Odelana, Oluwatobi John

Internal Efficiency Of Public Senior Secondary Schools In Edo State

15-22 Dr. (Mrs.) F.E. Iwerebor, Mrs. M. E. Imarhiagbe

Level Of Availability And Utilization Of Instructional Materials In The Teaching Of Chemistry In Secondary Schools In Nasarawa-Eggon, Nasarawa State

23-33 Dr Tabitha Kamji, Paul Augustine Agu

The Content Relationship Between The Chemistry And Mathematics Curricula In The Nigerian Senior Secondary Schools

34-41 Dr. Ponfa Mamfa Jantur

Computer Science Teachers' Knowledge And Application Of Formative Assessment In Secondary Schools In Benin City

42-53 Imasuen Kennedy , Aibinuomo, M.P (Mrs.)

Emotional Intelligence, Self-Efficacy And Creativity As Predictors Of Counselling Competence Among Pre-Service Counsellors In Universities In Oyo State, Nigeria

54-61 Dr Adediran I. A.

Teaching and learning Visual Arts In Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: Problems and Solutions

62-70 Felix Onaiwu Osaigbovo, PhD, Dr. (Mrs.) Theresa Uvbi Osaigbovo

Teaching Job Demands, Job Resources And Teachers’ Attrition Incidence In Universities In South West Nigeria

71-77 Olaolu Sunday Ogundeyi , Owah Benedine Oby

Study Habits and Study Skills of Senior Secondary School Students in Ikpoba- Okha Local Government Area of Edo State

78-90 Patience Ihianakuihiomen O. Aika

Perceived Influence Of Socio-Economic Factors On Health Promoting Life Style Of The Elderly In Lagos State

91-99 Waliu Babatunde Ogunbamowo (MPH, PhD), Akeredolu, A.O (Ph.D), Ashon, D.O, Ligali, L. A. , Ukpong, I. E

Job Resources-Engagement Relationship Among Business Educators In Universities In South-South, Nigeria

101-112 James Edomwonyi Edopkolor, Patience Osebhakhomen Imeokparia

Citizenship Education For National Consciousness And Sustainable Development In Nigeria: Islamic Perspective

112-123 Hussaini Muhamma, Abd al-rashid Atilade Babarinde, Ahmad Adamu Kuta

Effects Of Gender On Senior Secondary School Two Chemistry Students’ Achievement And Retention In Chemical Equilibrium Using Computer Animation Strategy

124-133 Dr Ephraim J. Gongden

Awareness Of And Attitude To Learning Management System Among Undergraduates In University Of Ibadan, Nigeria

134-143 Olatunji, Sheriff Olamide, PhD, Akinsulire, Yewande Precious

Analysis Of Students’ Attitude Towards Financial Accounting In Public And Private Secondary Schools In Alimosho Area Of Lagos State

144-150 Dr Muhammed Lanre Akinloye, Osayawe Patricia Iyekekpolor

A Survey Of The Awareness And Practice Of Systems Thinking Approach (Sta) Among Chemistry Teachers In Southwest Nigeria

151-160 Mabel Ihuoma Idika, PhD

Perceived Role of Counselling Services in Reducing Academic Failure among Education Students in Niger Delta University, Bayelsa State

161-169 Prof. Dimkpa, Daisy Inyingi

Students Perceived Use Of Mathematical Knowledge And Skills In Reading, Constructing And Interpreting Football League Table: Ethical Implications For Mathematics Education

170-178 Dr. Kate I. Oteze, Dr. Festus O. Idehen

Functional Education: A Panacea to Bad Governance, Insecurity and National Dis-Unity in Nigeria

179-189 Ategwu, Patrick Ogar, Rita Otibho Igbinovia
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