African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA)
(PRINT: 2536-7501, ONLINE: 2536-751x)
Volume 3, Issue 1 April/June 2017
01-08 Agricultural Education and Vocational Snail Production: Towards Meeting Protein Consumption Benchmark in Nigeria- Anthony A. Offiong Ph.D & Fidela E. Udoh Ph.D
9-17 Relevance of Educational Administration as Benchmark for Sustainable National Development- Dr. Celestina Osuji,Dr. Gidado Lawal Likko & Victor O. Evanero
18-28-Benchmarking Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Sustainable National Development- Otu, Ebeten Bassey and Dr. A. D. Usoro,
29-34 Business Education: A Panacea for Sustainable National Development in Nigeria- Sani Ibrahim, Ph. D
35-42 Adopting Concept Maps for Facilitating Analytical Reasoning and Retention amongst Electrical Installation Students in Technical Colleges –Caleb Emmanuel Ezekiel &Aniefiok Edet Udofia Ph.D
42-51 Guidance and Counselling Services on Secondary Students Choice of Business Subjects as Career and Sustainable National Development-Umar, Rahmat Talatu PhD
52-59 Classroom Management Strategies and Students’ Interest in Business Subjects in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) in Uyo Local Government Area. Usen, S. M. Ph.D, Ekanem, A. P., & Foster, D. L.
60-79 Self-Development Strategies and Public Sponsorship as Determinant of Stability of Educational Resource Centres in South-South Zone of Nigeria- Okworo, Gibson S. (Ph.D), Gabriel, Chibuzor Job (Ph.D) & Udo, Agnes Lambert
80-85 Use of e-Journals and Teaching Effectiveness of Faculty Lecturers in the University of Uyo-Nigeria-Etim, P. J. and Ema, I. B.
86-95 Benchmarks in Vocational Education for Sustainable National Development: The Agricultural Education Programmes Experience-Nsa, S. O (Ph.D), Ikot, A. S. (Ph.D), Udo, M.F & Anangabor, A. V
96-100 Educational, Entrepreneurship and Values: A Panacea f or Self Reliance-Dr.Ufot, S. I. & Akpan, O. J
101-118 Mathematical Puzzles and Students’ Academic Achievement in Plane Geometry in Secondary Schools in Uyo, Nigeria- Essien, Gideon Gabriel & Ado, Isaac Bennet
109-117 Strategies for Revitalizing Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) for Sustainable Development in Nigeria-Mfon Asuquo Offiong & Dr. Emmanuel Essien
118-124 Benchmark as a Quality indicator Tool for Educational administrators in Quality Management and Improvement of Higher Education in Nigeria- Dr. Nkoyo Thomas &Dr.Cecilia Ereh
125-132Influence of Community Resources on the Implementation of English Language Curriculum in Secondary Schools in Kaduna State: Implication for Sustainable National Development- Dr. (Mrs.) Hanna Onyi YUSUF
133-143 ReducingUnemployment Tendency among University Graduates through Entrepreneurial Education: A Panacea for Sustainable National Development-Dr. (Mrs) Christiana Isaac Emediongokon &Dr. (Mrs) Victoria Okon Bassey
144-151 Curriculum Implementation Benchmark for Teaching Fish Farming in Private Senior Secondary Schools in Uyo-Nigeria –Dr. Uduakobong Aniebiat Okon , Janet Effiong Sam& Favour Umoyo
152-161 Instructional Supervision and Sustainable Development of Secondary Schools in Abia State, Nigeria-Dr. Onwuchekwa Grace Uzaru & Ihekoronye Joy
162-170 Factors Critical to Benchmark Vocational Education for National Development (Holistic Perspective) –Etokeren, Marcus S.
171-180 Science Education Benchmarks for Sustainable National Development- Dr. Sabbath Etim Udofia &Asanga Godwin Christopher
181-193 Validity of Standard-setting Methods: Public Examinations for Sustainable National Development–Abdul-Wahab IBRAHIM (Ph.D)