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Nigeria Journal of Education, Health And Technology Research (NJEHETR). Volume 1 No 1

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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 live and learning environment.

    RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN STUDENT’S ATTITUDE TO CHEMISTRY PRACTICALS AND MANIPULATIVE SKILL DEVELOPMENT AT COLLEGE OF EDUCATION OJU, BENUE STATE

Peter Ogbu Agogo PhD ............................................................................................................... 1

 SENSORY EVALUATION OF SOY FORTIFIED CASSAVA “FUFU” STORED AT VARIOUS RELATIVE HUMIDITIES AND DIFFERENT DURATIONS IN NIGERIA

Ekemini E. Uko-Aviomoh (Ph.D) ............................................................................................................... 7

 INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION VIEWING ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE : A CASE STUDY OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN KADUNA STATE.

Gbadebo, C.T , Babayeju, A. A & Obalowu. M.A ...................................................................................... 12

 PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF FERTILISER USE IN PLANTATION FORESTRY IN THE TROPICS

Agera S.I.N. .......................................................................................................... 21

 EFFECTS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC STATUS, ACADEMIC ABILITY AND MOTIVATION ON STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN BASIC TECHNOLOGY

ALADE, Ibiwumi A. Ph.D ....................................................................................................... 29

 E-LEARNING: DEVELOPMENT OF A COMPUTER PROGRAM FOR THE SIGN TUTOR OF THE HEARING IMPAIRED

Daniel Emmanuel S.K., Mohammed Magaji U. ....................................................................................... 36

 ANALYSIS OF DEMAND AND SUPPLY OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA (2000 – 2008)

Dr Vincent .O. Ibadin and Obhajaje .J. Inegbedion ................................................................................. 47

 EFFECTING THE MINIMUM TEACHING QUALIFICATION (NCE) POLICY IN NIGERIAN PRIMARY SCHOOLS: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS.

Adeniyi Joseph Adeniji, Muhammad Mukhtari Hussaini & Oluwakemi Toyin Adeniji ................................ 56

MAKING THE TEACHING OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE RELEVANT TO VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION IN A SECOND LANGUAGE SETTING

Dare Owolabi (PhD) ............................................................................................................ 62

 KIDNAPPING: A THREAT TO ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN NIGERIA

Robinson Osarumwense Owenvbiugie & Olumese, H.A .......................................................................... 67

STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES AND IT'S APPLICATIONS TO THE HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY. Famuyiwa M. O. (Mrs.) & Adeyemi M. O. (Mrs.) .................................................................................... 74

STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE INFLUENCE OF STUDENTS INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME (SIWES) ON ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN UNIVERSITY OF BENIN

Samson O. Chukwuedo ............................................................................................................. 80

CONTINUOUS ASSESSMENT MODE OF EVALUATION IN UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION PROGRAMME: ISSUES OF TEACHER QUALITY IN ASSESSMENT AND RECORD-KEEPING

Dr. Ezeugwu Justin. O. ............................................................................................................. 89

PROJECTING ENROLMENT FOR UNIVERSAL BASIC EDUCATION IN EDO STATE

Agboola, B. Mary (Mrs.) ............................................................................................................ 98

THE EFFECTIVENESS OF SMALL GROUP TEACHING METHOD ON THE JUNIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS' ACHIEVEMENT IN HOME ECONOMICS IN KANO STATE.

Akinnuoye Caroline Folayemi (Mrs.) .................................................................................................... 105

LEARNING ENVIRONMENT: A SINE QUA NON TO LEARNING MATHEMATICS

Osarumwense Hannah Judith (Mrs.) & Oyedeji Samson O. (Mr.)  .......................................................... 111

REFLECTING ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN HOME ECONOMICS CURRICULUM IN A DEPRESSING ECONOMY

Olaosebikan, Victoria Bola (Mrs.) ........................................................................................................ 117

EFFICIENT RANKING ALGORITHM FOR ENHANCED ACCESS TO DIGITAL LIBRARIES ON THE WEB.

Agbator Lawrence, Aghahowa A. & John Sule Imokhai  ........................................................................ 124

MODALITIES FOR ENHANCING MODE OF TRAINING METALWORK CRAFTSMEN IN APPRENTICESHIP PRACTICE IN EDO STATE.

Omofonmwan G.O. (Ph.D) .......................................................................................................... 130

 ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN NIGERIAN: ISSUES AND CHALLENGES

Ehirheme, Pauline Egberanmwen ....................................................................................................... 138

 OBSTACLES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF SMALL-SCALE BUSINESS ENTERPRISES: A CHALLENGE TO WEALTH CREATION IN NIGERIA

Igbinedion, Victor I. & Ugiagbe, Francis E. S. ........................................................................................ 145

 CONFLICTS IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS: CAUSES AND MANAGEMENT

Johnson Chukwusa .......................................................................................................... 152

 BEHAVIOURAL PROBLEMS AND CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN DELTA STATE.  

Dr. (Mrs.) Idiaghe, J.E. & Dr. Chukwuma, R.A. ...................................................................................... 158

 GENDER DISPARITY IN THE ACQUISITION OF TECHNICAL-VOCATIONAL SKILLS IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN DELTA STATE: THE WAY FORWARD

Robinson Osarumwense Owenvbiugie & Emmanuel Ewherunu Idjawe ................................................. 164

UTILIZATION OF MODERN MEDIA FACILITIES BY ADULT FARMERS IN KOGI EAST SENATORIAL DISTRICT OF KOGI STATE

Dr. Francis M. Onu & Akagwu, Rosemary ............................................................................................. 171

 THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL STRATEGIES IN TEACHING AND LEARNING OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE IN NIGERIAN SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Dr. Ebenezer Okoh  ........................................................................................................ 177

THE INFLUENCE OF LEADERSHIP ROLE OF SECONDARY SCHOOL PRINCIPALS ON TEACHERS’ JOB PERFORMANCE IN EDO STATE

Aluyor, P and Oshio, L.E .......................................................................................................... 182

E-LEARNING COST IN NIGERIAN OPEN AND DISTANCE LEARNING UNIVERSITIES

Obhajajie Juliet Inegbedion (Ms) ......................................................................................................... 188

ETHICAL DIMENSION IN EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE

Odia Ochuko, Ph.D ......................................................................................................... 194

 FACTORS AFFECTING ACQUISITION OF COMPETENT ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS FOR EFFECTIVE BUSINESS MANAGEMENT AMONG BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS IN NIGERIA UNIVERSITIES

Angela Obose Oraizowanlan   .............................................................................................................. 199

SKILL ACQUISITION IN TEXTILES AND YOUTH EMPOWERMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Mrs. Isibor Angela Osas ...................................................................................................... 206

 STRATEGIES FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN RURAL AREAS FOR A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA.

Nwenearizi, F.O. ...................................................................................................... 210

BEHAVIOURAL MANAGEMENT THEORIES: APPLICATION TO MANAGEMENT OF NIGERIAN EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.

Prof. (Mrs.) Uko-Aviomoh E.E. & Olamigoke, E.A ................................................................................. 217

PROMOTING LIFELONG EDUCATION FOR THE ADULT IN NIGERIA SOCIETY FOR GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT

Mr. M.O. Egbadon & Okoh Carolyn U.   ................................................................................................ 223

AN OVERVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION OF TECHNICAL AND ENGINEERING PROJECT MANAGEMENT WITH TOOLS OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY

Osaigbovo Louis O.   ....................................................................................................... 230

UNEMPLOYMENT AMONG BUSINESS EDUCATION GRADUATES IN NIGERIA

Mrs. Jane Nwakego Egbri & Mrs. Comfort Onaigho Nwadiani ............................................................... 235

FACTORS INFLUENCING CHILD BRIDE PRACTICES IN ANAMBRA STATE

Ajuluchi Chika .......................................................................................................... 241

 CONTINUING EDUCATION AND ADULT EDUCATION: WHAT RELATIONSHIP?

Omiunu, Stella Ebun (Ph.D) ................................................................................................................ 247