Category: AJEA

African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA) – 2020, Volume 7, Issue 1

Rebuilding Trust in STEM Education as a Panacea for Sustainable Development in Nigeria – Simon Walter Umoh Assessment of the Chemical Composition and Phytochemicals of ‘Nyatͻ’ and Traditional ‘Nyatͻ’ (Solanum aethiopicum) Meals as Eaten in Oron Community, Akwa Ibom State. – Assessment of the Chemical Composition and Phytochemicals of ‘Nyatͻ’ and Traditional ‘Nyatͻ’ (Solanum aethiopicum) ….  Read More

African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA) – 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2

Utilization of Jolly Phonics in Teaching Reading Skills in English Language among PrePrimary School Pupils in Ika Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State – Esther Augustine Abiata, PhD Management of Public Primary Schools for Quality Assurancein Cross River State, Nigeria – Emanghe, Emmanuel E., PhD & Amoramo, John Davis Unmasking Administrative Corruption in Time ….  Read More

African Journal of Educational Archives (AJEA) – 2018. Volume 4, Issue 1

Analysis of Traditional Creative and Innovative Techniques in Garment Construction: Imperative for Life-Long Learning – OWODIONG-IDEMEKO, B.M, OWODIONG, MAYEN, BARIKPE LEMON ABIGAIL & FADOJU TITILAYO JOYCE An Introduction To Da’wah (The Call) Activities In Islam – ABDULKAREEM AHMAD TIJJANI Ph.D Assessment of Causes and Prevention of Zoonotic Diseases among Farmers in Nigeria – FEHINTOLA, J.O. ….  Read More

African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA) – 2018. Volume 6, Issue 1

Commercial Turkey Skills Required by Women for Sustainability of Rural Families in Oyo State – Oketoobo Emmanuel Akintunde (Ph.D) Development of Entrepreneurial Skills through Agricultural Education for Sustainable Agricultural Business – Anthony A. Offiong (Ph.D) & Anthony A. Akpan Effects of Story Retelling on the Listening Comprehension of Primary School Pupils in Kolokuma/Opokuma Local Government ….  Read More

African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA) – 2018. Volume 6, Issue 2

Assessment of Physical and Health Education Student-Teachers’ Attitude towards the Use of Mobile Learning Technology for Learning at the Colleges of Education, Katsina State, Nigeria – Awujoola – Olarinoye, F.A; Omiola, M.A & Omolola, B. I. Basic Entrepreneurship Skills Required for Job Creation by University Graduates in Delta State, Nigeria – Val-Ossai, Marilyn Unonwa Benchmarks ….  Read More

African Journal of Educational Assessors (AJEA) – 2018. Volume 5, Issue 1

Access to Higher Education for National Development in Nigeria: Distance Education to the Rescue – T. V. Bakare (Ph.D) Best Practices in Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) and Students’ Skill Acquisition for Sustainable National Development in Nigeria – Dr. S. S. Amoor Child Care Hygiene Awareness among Nursing Mothers in Uyo Local Government Area ….  Read More