International Journal of Educational Development,Vol 21, Issue 1, April-June, 2018

International Journal of Educational Development

ISSN: 1119-74-98

Volume 21, Issue 1, April/June 2018

TABLE OF CONTENTS

List of Authors List of Topics Pages
James Edomwonyi, EDOKPOLOR Systems Approach in Developing Creative Thinking and Innovative Capabilities for Lifelong Learning among TVET Students in Federal Universities, South-South, Nigeria 1-15
Nsini Akpan & Aniekan  Ukpe Offong School Location, Human Resources and Financial Accounting Students Motivation in Public Secondary Schools in Uyo Local Education Committee 16-21
Ismail Alhassan, Garba Tela & Adamu Muhammad Gombe Application of Balanced Scorecard in Nigeria: Evidence from Manufacturing Companies in Kano State 22-32
Fehintola, J. O.

 

Assessment of Readiness to Technology-Mediated Approach to Teaching-Learning Process in South West Nigeria 33-39
Dr. (Mrs) Suraiya T. SHAIBU

Dr Sa’adatu Sani Hanga

 

Assessing the Performance of Students taught Biology Using Inquiry and Conventional Methods in Secondary Schools, Federal Capital Territory, Abuja 40-48
Abdulkareem Ahmad Tijjani Introduction of Islam to the South East Geo-Political Zone of Nigeria 49-57
EZEAGHASI, Ngozi Eucharia

 

Effect of EVACS Simulation Models on Attitude and Academic Performance in evolution among NCE 11 Students in North West, Nigeria 58-69
Mansur,SHEHU. Abdulmalik, SABITU. & Halima UMAR

 

Early Child Caregivers’ Perception on Childhood Education and Cognitive Development of Young Children in Katsina State-Nigeria 70-75
Dr. Ogunmakin Ronke

 

Assessment of availability of ICT Resources in Teaching and Learning in National Open University of Nigeria 76-83
Ajayi, Dorothy Eno & Mbina, Adomi Ita Home participation in the creativity of children with special needs in Nigeria 84-90
Dr Eno G. Ukpong, Ukpe, Essien Amos & Essien Iniabasi Thomas Assessment of Value Relevance of Published Financial Statements of Commercial Banks in Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria 91-101
 Florence M. Nwankwo (Ph.D)

 

Primary School Social Studies as Antidote against Corruption and   Corrupt Practices in Nigeria in the 21st Century. 102-108
Arikpo, S. Venatius, Obia, E. Ajah, Usani, U. Ofem & David E. Asikong Reflecting on the Critical Nexus of School Location and Class Size in Repositioning Technical Colleges for Life Long Learning in a Depressed Economy. 109-118
George W. Kennedy

Boniface S. Akpan

Asuquo A. Utin

 

Comparative Analysis of the Availability and Utilization of Information Technology in Teaching Basic Technology in Lower Basic in Akwa Ibom South Senatorial District. 119-126