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Nigeria Journal of Education, Health And Technology Research Vol 1 No 2

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     Journal of Education, Health and Technology Research (JEHERT) is an exceptional interdisciplinary academic Journal. It aims at linking research findings in Health, Environment, Science and Technology to the improvement and development of Education in Nigeria and abroad. The Journal considers for publication scholarly and well researched articles, viewpoints and reports on current issues from other related fields that will enhance academic development. The knowledge, creative ideas and skills provided by seasoned contributors to this Journal will in no small measure help to enhance sustainable improvement in the quality and development to all aspects of life and learning environment.

    SUSTAINING COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION IN SOLID WASTE MANAGEMENT PROJECTS IN LAGOS CITY, NIGERIA

Oyekunle Oyelami, Ph.D ........................................................................................................ 1

 COMBATING AND MITIGATING DROUGHT AND DESERTIFICATION IN NORTHERN NIGERIA

J.K. Aremu Ph.D. ......................................................................................................... 8

 EFFECT OF PICTURES SUPPORTED WITH AUDIO – TAPED INSTRUCTION ON STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN HISTORY

Dr Uche Asogwa and Egwu Moses .O .................................................................................................... 12

USING FOOD PROCESSING AND FOOD STORAGE IN ACHIEVING MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN NIGERIA

Uko-Aviomoh, E.E. and Aluyor, P .......................................................................................................... 18

 INFLUENCE OF RETRAINING PROGRAMME ON PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS SELF-EFFICACY AND SOCIAL SUPPORT IN TEACHING

Dr. (Mrs.) J.N. Igbo .............................................................................................. 23

SCHOOL HEALTH SERVICES IN BAYELSA STATE

Dr Joy-Telu Hamilton-Ekeke ................................................................................................................. 29

 MANAGEMENT INVOLVEMENT AND THE RELEVANCE OF FORENSIC INVESTIGATIONS OF SELECTED FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS IN CROSS RIVER STATE

Asuquo, Akabom Ita, Ph.D & Akpan, Aniefiok Udoh; Ph.D ..................................................................... 35

THE STATUS OF VOCATIONAL HOME ECONOMICS CURRICULUM IMPLEMENTATION IN A NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY IN SOUTHWESTERN NIGERIA

Okunola, Olusola O. ........................................................................................................... 45

ENHANCING LISTENING IN CHILDREN FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

Obiweluozo E. P. (Mrs.) ...................................................................................................... 53

 LEGAL ISSUES IN CORPORATE SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY CODE IN SELECTED OIL RICH AREAS IN NIGERIA

C.O. Okwelum ESQ. ...................................................................................................... 59

ASSESSMENT OF HIV/AIDS AND HIV/AIDS CO-INFECTION AND POSSIBLE WAYS OF ERADICATING THEM FROM AFRICA

Osarumwense Hannah Judith O. (Mrs.) and Osarumwense Osarodion Peter (Mr) Ph.D .......................... 65

 FACTORS AFFECTING DISCIPLINE IN PRIMARY EDUCATION SYSTEM IN NIGERIA

Carolyn U. Okoh (Mrs) ....................................................................................................... 72

 ASSESSMENT OF TEACHER – STUDENT AND TEACHER – TEACHER INTERACTIONS IN A TEACHING/ LEARNING PROCESS

Oyedeji Samson and Egberha Friday ..................................................................................................... 78

 OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AMONGST ACADEMIC STAFF: EFFECT ON SERVICE DELIVERY (A CASE OF AUCHI POLYTECHNIC, AUCHI)

Lawani, A.O, and Ohiokha, F.I, and Ohiokha, G. .................................................................................... 85

HEALTH AND NUTRITION IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION: A GOOD BEGINNING

Obiweluozo E. P. (Mrs.) ....................................................................................................... 91

 AMELIORATING POVERTY THROUGH INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

Abimbola Olunike Adegbenjo ............................................................................................................. 100

 IMPLICATIONS OF DEWEY’S EDUCATIONAL IDEAS FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION PRACTICE IN NIGERIA

Dr. Francis E.O. Omoruyi and Dr. (Mrs) S.E. Omiunu ............................................................................ 105

 EFFECTIVENESS OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY ON LEVEL OF PATRONAGE OF NIGERIAN HOTELS

Olomo Jerome Abiola ........................................................................................................ 113

 PHILOSOPHY: A TOOL FOR EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT?

Rev Fr. G. C. Abiogu, Ph.D ....................................................................................................... 118

PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF TECHNICAL COLLEGE TEACHERS IN NIGERIA

Dr. Ebenezer Okoh and Abassah Miller Ayowei .................................................................................. 123

 THE INCLUSIVENESS OF THE UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION (UBE) SCHEME

Supo Jegede (Ph.D) and Perpetua I. Ememe (Ph.D) .............................................................................. 128

VOCATIONAL INTEREST AS A CORRELATE OF RE-ENTRY OF ADOLESCENTS INTO SCHOOL IN DELTA STATE: IMPLICATION FOR COUNSELLING

Henrietta Ijeoma Alika Ph.D. and Utibe Clarence Ataha. Ph.D .............................................................. 135

REINFORCING PARADIGN-TRANSITION EFFECT OF PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTIONS ON TECHNOLOGY

Osaigbovo Louis O. ....................................................................................................... 142

 COST-BENEFIT ANALYSIS OF EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Dr. Vincent Okotako Ibadin ............................................................................................................... 148

SELF –EFFICACY: IT’S INFLUENCE ON THE ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS.

Miss Iserameiya Florence Ejodamen, ................................................................................................. 155

ENHANCING THE ANTI-OXIDANT INTAKE IN FAMILY DIET AS A TOOL TO ENSURING HEALTHY LIVING

Okafor Patience ..................................................................................................... 160

COMPUTER INFORMATION SECURITY AUDIT: PROCEDURES FOR POLICY DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION.

J. U. B. Azubike (Ph.D, FCA) ................................................................................................................ 164

FAMILY CRISIS: CAUSES, CONSEQUENCES AND COPING STRATEGIES IN EDO AND LAGOS STATES OF NIGERIA

Ihensekhien, I, Obalowo, M. A. and Prof. (Mrs.) Ukpore, B. E. ............................................................... 169

STATUS OF INSTRUCTIONAL RESOURCE   AVAILABILITY AND UTILIZATION IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL CLOTHING AND TEXTILE PROGRAMMES IN LAGOS STATE

V.I. Abusomwan ................................................................................................. 181

 EVALUATION OF QUESTIONING STRATEGY: AS A TOOL FOR PROMOTING STUDENTS’ COMPREHENSION OF SECONDARY SCHOOL AGGRICULTURAL SCIENCE TEXTS

Mrs. Matilda Uvie Orheruata and Mr. Friday Egbera ........................................................................... 187

CREATING A SAFE AND HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT THROUGH E-LIBRARY

Arasomwan, A. Martins, Omwanghe, Ehi Sunday and Omeiza, C. O. (Mrs.) ........................................... 191

SEX EDUCATION: A PANACEA FOR REDUCTION OF SEXUAL VICES AND PROMOTION OF HEALTHY REPRODUCTIVE STATUS IN NIGERIA

Oniyangi, S. O.; Babadare, A. and Eric Osayande ................................................................................. 196

CREATING AND SUSTAINING A HEALTHY SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT FOR EFFECTIVE TEACHING AND LEARNING

Mrs Olamigoke, Edith A. and Olawole, Samson A. ................................................................................ 200

THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PROCRASTINATION AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN EDO STATE.

Gerry-Eze, Isabella U. and Prof (Mrs) A.N.G. Alutu .............................................................................. 207

 AN EXPLORATORY STUDY OF E-READINESS OF SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN NIGERIA

Egbokhare, Francisca. Avuwa. and Imouokhome, Francis. Aien-Akho ................................................... 213

ENVIRONMENTAL DEGRADATION IN NIGERIA - THE ROLE OF MAN

Iboaya Benson .A (M.Sc) .............................................................................................. 218

PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH THE IMPLEMENTATION OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES IN EGOR COMMUNITY

Mr. Eric Iyobo Osayande, and John Egharevba, .................................................................................... 223

 EFFECTIVE FUNDING OF VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN THE NEW ERA

Aifuwa Osarunwense Lucky ................................................................................................................ 227