AJEA 3, 3

The African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA)

(PRINT: 2536-666, ONLINE: 2536-6653)

Volume 3, Issue 3, APRIL/JUNE 2017

Contents

s/no                                              List of Contributors
01-09 Measures for Enhancing Business Education Students Competence in Utilization of ICT Resources in Tertiary Institutions in Rivers State-Prof. G. A. Akpan & Bara, Imaobong Ignatius
10-18 Curriculum Benchmarks as Correlates to Sustainable Development in Nigeria-Dr. Abdullahi Aliyu DADA& Dr. Oluwaseyi Emmanuel ALASOLUYI
19- 30 Innovative Instructional Strategies and Self-Reliance among Tertiary Institutions’ Business Education Graduates for Sustainable Development in Akwa Ibom State, NigeriaEwuru, Agnes Awoli. &Udo, Effiong Thompson
31-40 Issues and Challenges from Science Education Benchmark in Nigeria: Comparative Analysis of Education in China and Nigeria for Repositioning Basic Science and Technology in Nigeria-Babayemi, J.O., Ph.D, Akpan, I. F., Ph. D; &Babalola, G.T.
41 -46 Assessment of Teacher Education Programme in Functional Universal Basic Education in Zaria Local Government Area, Kaduna State-Shehu Uthman EL-YAKUB, Ph.D & Aminu Sambo, Ph.D
47- 51 Educational Benchmark in Business Education: A panacea for Sustainable National Development in Nigeria-Muhammad Murtala Bala, Ph.D
52-61 Teachers’ Perception of Innovative Instructional Facilities and the Teaching of Business Studies in Junior Secondary Schools in Akwa Ibom State-Dr. (Mrs.) Charity Friday Ido & Abasienie Sampson Bassey
62-69 Attitude of the Teachers of the Secondary Schools as a Constraint on the Teaching and Learning of Physical and Health Education in Kogi State Nigeria, Bamidele, Benson Babatunde, Ph.D&Toluse Caroline Modupe, Ph.D
70- 82 In Service Training and  Job Performance  of Agricultural Science Teacher’s for effective teaching in Secondary Schools in Port Harcourt Local Government Area, Rivers State, Nigeria-Salome Emeya,  Ph.D
83-90 Qualitative and Functional High-Technology in Vocational-Technical Education: A Tool for Sustainable National Development-George W. Kennedy, Inwang A. Udo, Samuel A. Ikpe, &, George Susana Kennedy
91-96 Linkages as a Parameter for Benchmarking Vocational and Technical Education for Sustainable National Development-Ndifon, Joseph Ndem, & Dr. Udoh J. Akpan
97- 106 Impact of Skill Acquisition on Entrepreneurship for Wealth Creation and Sustainable National Development in Technical Colleges in Rivers State-Engr. Amaechi O. J., Obed, O. O.,  Orlu, I., & Thomas, C. T.
107-116 Benchmarks in Entrepreneurial Tiling Competencies Required by Building Trades Students for Employability and Sustainable National Development in Imo State- Gregory Madu Okparaeke, Ph.D, & Christoper N. Okorieocha Ph.D
117-125 Benchmarks in Technical Vocation Education and Training (TVET) for Sustainable National Development in Nigeria- Zakari Buba MAGAJI
126-132 Quality Management: A Panacea for Customer Satisfaction in Food Industries in Nigeria-Akaninyene Peter Ekanem, Saviour Afangide Udofia Ifiok Inieke Ufford
133-141 Effect of Concept Cartoons on the Academic Performance of Pupils’ in Basic Primary Science in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State, Nigeria –Prof.  Onwioduokit,  Fidelis  A., Ogu, Malachy N.  & Osu, Azuanamibebi D.
142-147 Educational Benchmarks and Economic Recession in Nigeria:A Critical Analysis-Hauwa’u Mohammad Mainoma (Ph.D), Tolutope Idowu Oke (Ph.D), Aminu, Abubakar Danladi

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