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Benin Journal of Educational Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal that publishes original research articles in the field of education. The journal is dedicated to the dissemination of cutting-edge research and ideas related to educational theory and practice, with a focus on contemporary issues and problems that are relevant to the academic community.

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Vol. 29 No. 1 & 2 (2023): July and December

Published: July 12, 2024

Challenges And Strategies of Conflict Management in Secondary Schools

1-7 Usigbe Edna Ikhielea

Fostering Excellence in Teaching and Learning at the University Level

8-19 Prof. Pai Obanya

Difficult Topics in Mathematics as Perceived by Senior Secondary School One Student in Benin Metropolis, Edo State

20-29 Imasuen Kennedy (Ph.D.), Omoni Igho Sylvester

Impact Of Rural Water Supply and Health on Community Development in Bayelsa State

30-37 Marcel Chimezie DIWE (Ph.D.), Nehikhare Osagie UWENBOR

Survey of Teachers’ and Students’ Views on the Level of Implementation of Secondary School Physics Curriculum and Students’ Performance in Bauchi Education Zone, Bauchi State, Nigeria

38-47 Prof. Mangut Mankilik, Mr. Mailafiya, Dinnigwa Manasseh

Learners’ Acceptance and Perceived Benefits of Online Facilitation in Open and Distance Learning Institutions in Nigeria

48-57 Oni, Leah Olubunmi (Ph.D.), Owolabi, Josiah (Ph.D.), Opateye, Johnson (Ph.D.), Bello, Lukuman (Ph.D.)

Multiple Social and Academic Roles of Postgraduate Student-Mothers in a Western Nigerian University

58-67 Etobro, Akpezi Benjamin (Ph.D.), Lawal, R. Omonike (PhD)

Peace and Security for Sustainable Development in Nigeria: Implications for Management of Secondary Education.

68-74 Haruna, Josephine Eleojo (Ph.D.), Omuya Ohunene Florence (Ph. D)

Impact of Technology on Students’ Achievement in English Vocabulary in Senior Secondary Schools in Odeda Local Government Area, Ogun State

75-82 Sheriff Olamide Olatunji, PhD

The Effectiveness of An Activity–Based Education Technique Using a Role-Playing Analogy in Improving Students' Conceptual Grasp of Hydrocarbon

83-91 Iyabo Ayodeji Ukanah

The Role of Educational Management in Nigerian Universities for Fostering Entrepreneurial Skills for Sustainable Development

92-112 Stella Ofor-Douglas Ph.D

Unlocking University Undergraduates’ Potentials for Sustainable Development Through Entrepreneurship Education in the 21st Century Nigeria

113-125 Stella Ofor-Douglas Ph.D

Relationship Between Work Ethics and Senior Non-Teaching Staff’s Productivity in South-South Universities in Nigeria

126-133 Deborah Adejumoke Adeyemo (Ph.D.), Victoria Modupe Bankole , Prof. J. K. Adeyemi

Abuses in Outsourcing Processes: Roles of Institutional Managers

134-139 Olayiwola Gafaru Olorisade, PhD

Effect of Algebra Tiles Teaching Approach on Students’ Retention in Quadratic Equation in FCT, Nigeria

140-151 M. A. Katcha, G.B. Kumo, M.U. Nwabueze, U.S. Anaduaka

Assessing Lecturers' Readiness to Teach 21st Century Skills in Colleges of Education in Imo State

152-164 Jacinta Nkechi Ugwoji, Omaze Anthony Afemikhe
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