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Nigeria Journal of Education, Health And Technology Research Vol 3 No 2

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    Nigeria Journal of Education, Health and Technology Research (NJEHETR) 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 of all aspects of life and learning environment.

   

INFLUENCE OF EDUCATION ON ADOLESCENT SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH IN DONGA LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, TARABA STATE.

Ezekiel, B. Bwadi and Lawal Isa El-Yakubu................................................................................................ 1

 SEED PROCESSING, SEED BANKS AND SEED CONSERVATION: A REVIEW

Agera, S.I.N. and DAU, J.H, ..................................................................................................................... 9

 GLOBAL WARMING: CAUSES, EFFECTS, AND CONTROL MEASURES.

Gbadebo,C.T ,   Babayeju, A. A and Prof (Mrs.) E.E.Uko-Aviomoh........................................................... 19

 ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS OF THE MINING OF LEAD – ZINC MINERALS IN ENYINGBA AND ITS SUBURBS, SOUTHERN BENUE TROUGH, NIGERIA.

Igwe Ogbonnaya, Adepehin E. J. and Iwuanyanwu Chukwuemeka ......................................................... 31

AWARENESS OF CAUSES AND PREVENTIVE MEASURE OF HIV/AIDS AMONG EDUCATION UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN A NIGERIAN UNIVERSITY.

Aluyor, P and Eimuhi, J.O....................................................................................................... 45

BUILDING A SUCCESSFUL TEAM SPIRIT AMONG THE DIVERSE WORKFORCE IN TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS AND PROGRAMMES

Igbinedion, V.I. and Ojeaga, I.J. (Mrs.)................................................................................................... 51

EFFECT OF RATIONAL EMOTIVE BEHAVIOUR THERAPY ON MATHEMATICS ACHIEVEMENT OF SENIOR SECONDARY (ONE) STUDENTS IN MAKURDI METROPOLIS, BENUE STATE

Grace Ejemhen Ebhojie..............................................................59                                                                                  

AN ASSESSMENT OF THE LEVEL OF EFFECTIVENESS ON EMERGENCY RESPONSE SYSTEM IN TECHNICAL INSTITUTION WORKSHOPS

Imarhiagbe, K.O., Idjawe, E.E. and Obierika, O.L. (Mrs.).......................................................................... 65

 FUNCTIONAL FOODS: ITS ROLE IN THE HEALTH OF MIDDLE AGE AND ELDERLY MEMBERS OF THE FAMILY

Ekot, M. O. and Thompson, D. .............................................................................................................. 73

 TOWARD PROMOTING EDUCATIONAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH HEALTHFUL SCHOOL ENVIRONMENT: ISSUES AND CHALLENGE

Aideyan O. Daniel and Professor Idehen C.O.......................................................................................... 83

 INFLUENCE OF WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT ON JOB PERFORMANCE OF MARRIED CONFIDENTIAL SECRETARIES AT GOVERNMENT ORGANIZATIONS IN OSUN STATE OF NIGERIA

Victor I. Igbinedion, and Mrs. Abimbola O. Adegbenjo............................................................................ 89

ACHIEVING A GLOBAL REDUCTION OF GREEN-HOUSE GAS EMISSION THROUGH ELECTRONIC PRESENCE.

Agbator O. Lawrence, Oriakhi Henry and Sule J. Imokhai...................................................................... 97

 KNOWLEDGE, ATTITUDE AND AWARENESS OF LIBRARIANS OF THE USE AND FORMATION OF VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES OF PRACTIVE AT UNIVERSITY OF NIGERIA, NSUKKA.

Osadebe, Ngozi Eunice....................................................................................... 103

 MANAGING THE AGING PROCESS THROUGH NUTRITION AND EXERCISE

Aitaegbebhunu Justina................................................................ 111

THE ROLE OF PERSONAL VALUES IN PROMOTING RESPONSIBLE SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG ADOLESCENTS: TRANSLATIONS TO VALUE BASED EDUCATION

Dr. Mfrekemfon P. Inyang....................................................................................... 119

 CREATING A HOME ENVIRONMENT FOR LEARNING: THE ROLE OF HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION

Nwabah Nkeiruka. I. and Idialu E. Ethel ............................................................................................... 127

 A STUDY OF THE CAUSES OF DIABETES AMONG PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN IN OSHIMILI SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA, DELTA STATE.

Anene-Okeakwa . J.E., Okafor Patience and Ejinkeonye U.B.................................................................. 131

 USING PHYSICAL ACTIVITIES TO ALLEVIATE OBESITY

Oriakhi Unity, Elvis Agbonlahor and Olikiabo Samuel O. ....................................................................... 137

 Cardiovascular diseases: Types, risk factors and nutritional management

Opaleke, Deborah Oluyemisi, Seriki-Mosadolorun andJummai Sekinat ................................................ 143

 REPOSITIONING VOCATIONAL EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA: “ISSUES AND CHALLENGES”.

Barinem Sunday............................................................................ 153

 AN OVERVIEW OF THE VARIOUS FAMILY PLANNING METHODS

Dr. (Mrs.) Igbudu, Ujiro........................................................................................ 159

 DRUG ABUSE AND SELF MEDICATION AMONG NIGERIAN YOUTHS: CAUSES AND CONSEQUENCES

Agbigbe Gladys Ese........................................................................................... 169

 MOTIVATION FOR CAPACITY BUILDING AND JOB PERFORMANCE: THE PERCEPTION OF NIGERIAN PUBLIC SERVANTS IN ENUGU STATE.

DR. (Mrs.) Chibuike Victoria C.............................................................................................................. 177

HIV/AIDS KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE TOWARDS PEOPLE LIVING WITH HIV/AIDS (PLWHA) AMONG PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN EBONYI STATE, NIGERIA

Cajetan I. Ilo; Chinagorom Onwunaka; Ignatius O. Nwimo, and Jude N. Nwafor,.................................... 183

 REINFORCING THE ESSENCE OF NUTRITION EDUCATION IN SPORTS PERFORMANCE

Dr. (Mrs.). S. O. Okoedion....................................................................................... 193

DRUG USE AND SEXUAL BEHAVIOUR AMONG DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH EDUCATION

Okudaye Ismaila Nwabenu...................................................................................... 198

 ROLE OF HEALTH EDUCATION IN FAMILY PLANNING AND BIRTH CONTROL AMONG MALE PARTNERS

Loveth N. Agbonlahor; Elvis I. Agbonlahor and Samuel O. Olikiabor....................................................... 206

 IN-SERVICE TRAINING NEEDS IN INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY SKILLS BY EXECUTIVE SECRETARIES IN PUBLIC ESTABLISHMENTS IN KADUNA STATE

Prof. Agomuo, E.E. and Olufunwa Ade Samuel...................................................................................... 210

 AN ASSESSMENT OF STUDENTS’ PERCEPTION OF THE ADEQUACY OF THE TEACHING PRACTICE PROGRAMME IN FACULTY OF EDUCATION, UNIVERSITY OF BENIN

Uyi-Osaretin, S.I. (Mrs.) and Dr. R.B. Danner......................................................................................... 218

THE IMPACT OF LITERACY INITIATIVE FOR EMPOWERMENT (LIFE) ON ADULT LITERACY PROGRAMME IN LAGOS

Dr. (Mrs.) Anyikwa, E. B and Dr. (Mrs.) Afonja, A. F.............................................................................. 224

 AN ASSESSMENT OF SCHOOL RELATED DEVIANT BEHAVIOUR AMONG SECONDARY SCHOOL ADOLESCENTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR CITIZENSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Prof. A.U Osunde   and Prince (Dr.) F.E.O. Omoruyi............................................................................... 232