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Nigeria Journal of Education, Health And Technology Research Volume 3 No 1

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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 to all aspects of life and learning environment.

   

ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL SNAIL FARMERS' PRODUCTIVITY AND MARKETING OF SNAILS IN OYO STATE.

Ishola T.A. and O.O. Okunola............................................................................................... 1

 THE ROLE OF RURAL WOMEN IN HOUSEHOLD ACTIVITIES: IMPLICATIONS FOR HOME ECONOMICS EXTENSION WORKERS.

Ode, M.O. and Kayode, R.M.O. ........................................................................................................... 7

 GLOBAL CHANGES AND CHALLENGES IN FASHION AND PATTERN DRAFTING: IMPLICATIONS FOR LARGE SCALE GARMENT PRODUCTION IN NIGERIA

Anikweze, Gloria Uchenna (Mrs.).............................................................................................. 11

USE OF BIOFERTILISERS FOR SOIL FERTILITY RESTORATION, WEEDS AND PEST CONTROL IN FOREST MANAGEMENT

Agera, S.I.N., Igber, G.T. and Amonum, J.I.................................................................................................. 20

THE EXTENT OF IMPLEMENTATION OF MARKETING CONCEPT PHILOSOPHY BY THE NIGERIAN MANUFACTURING COMPANIES IN ANAMBRA AND ENUGU STATES

Dr. (Mrs.) M. N. Odike and Dr. (MRS) V. C. Chibuike............................................................................................ 27

 PERCEIVED HAZARDS OF THE USE OF GENERATING SET IN LAGOS METROPOLIS.

Dr (Mrs) Oladipupo-Okorie, B.O. and Nwigwe, Jane Azuka and Adeyeye Adeyemi Elijah.................................................... 36

 FACTORS MILLITATING AGAINST IMPLEMENTATION OF ELECTRONIC WORKS TRADE IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES IN NORTH CENTRAL GEO-POLITICAL ZONE OF NIGERIA.

Oloyede, Oladele Basiru................................................................................................ 42

 SELF MEDICATION AMONG UNIVERSITY OF BENIN UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Igudia, Enoma Omorogieva and Oviahon, Cynthia Oyenmwen and Obasuyi, Osato Harriet and Omobude-Idiado, S.N.................................................................................................. 50

 RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AND COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION TO OFFICE TECHNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT IN DELTA STATE POLYTECHNICS

Okagbare Esther Avurakoghene.................................................................................... 56

 PREFERENCES FOR SEX EDUCATION TOPICS SHOWN BY SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS IN BENIN CITY METROPOLIS.

Momodu, Adenike Okuyiga and Imobekhai, Sylvanus Yakubu................................................................................................... 64

 THE ROLE OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION IN HUMAN CAPACITY BUILDING FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Ezeoguine Juliana Akunnaya........................................................................................ 73

 SAFETY IN CLOTHING AND TEXTILES LABORATORY

Abusomwan V.I. (Mrs) and Cas – Ogiegbaen A. (Mrs)............................................................................................ 79

 HOME ENVIRONMENT AND SCHOOL LEARNING IN NIGERIA

Dr Joy-Telu Hamilton-Ekeke ..................................................................................................... 86

 EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND CONTROL: A BOOSTER FOR QUALITATIVE EDUCATION

Dr. Konmma E. Ogwuazor and Mrs. Violet A. Ikpeba........................................................................................ 94

 ENTREPRENEURIAL SKILLS NEEDED BY VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION GRADUATES FOR SELF-EMPLOYMENT

Egwunyenga Charles Afam and Ranor Chineze Linda......................................................................................... 101

COMBATING ADVERSE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL WARMING: THE APPLICATION OF HOME-ECONOMICS EDUCATION

Okafor P. And Isibor A.O........................................................................................... 108

COMPETENCIES REQUIRED BY BUSINESS EDUCATION GRADUATES FOR SELF-EMPLOYMENT

Abimbola Olunike Adegbenjo............................................................................... 113

 THE ROLE OF FOOD VENDORS IN MAINTAINING FOOD SAFETY IN NIGERIAN SCHOOLS

Nkwodimmah, E.C. and Okoh P.A. ................................................................................................. 119

 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF CONCEPT MAPPING AND COOPERATIVE LEARNING INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ INTEREST IN BIOLOGY

Innocent Chibuzor Anidu and Dr. Mrs. Constance E. Idoko......................................................................................... 125

 ENHANCING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN WORKSHOP PRACTICE THROUGH SAFETY GUIDES IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES

Hogan S. Usoro, and Udoh Christopher Timothy...................................................................................... 132

 REINFORCING THE TEACHING OF FRENCH IN THE NEW EDUCATION REFORM IN NIGERIA MME

Josephine Egbe Awanbor and Prof. F. I. Emordi........................................................................................ 141

 EFFECTS OF COLLABORATIVE LEARNING METHOD ON STUDENTS ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT IN ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION IN TECHNICAL COLLEGES

Owodunni Ayanda Samuel,....................................................................................... 147

 REINFORCING FUNCTIONAL AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND FARMERS PRODUCTIVITY FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT IN NIGERIA

Osagiede Afe Mercy and Ikenga, G.U. and Isibor, A.O. and Utobor J.N................................................................................. 155

 VOCATIONAL AND TECHNICAL EDUCATION: A SYNERGY FOR THE ATTAINMENT OF WEALTH CREATION AND EMPOWERMENT OF NIGERIANS

Ikenga, G.U. , Isibor, A.O. and Utobor J.N......................................................................................... 159

 QUALITY TEACHER PREPARATION FOR EFFECTIVE REINFORCEMENT OF TECHNICAL EDUCATION FOR NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

Ehimen, Theo Ehijele............................................................... 165

 PLANNING LEARNING ENVIRONMENT OF POST SECONDARY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA

Ewendu Stella Adamma............................................................. 172

 REINFORCING ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION FOR SUSTAINABLE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

Nzor Nuka Peter and Agabe, Nlemaa Aleelo and Victor Barinua Y........................................................................................ 184

CONDUCIVE HOME ENVIRONMENT: A PANACEA FOR EFFECTIVE LEARNING

Nwaham Caroline Obioma ............................................................................................... 189

TOWARDS STRICT LIABILITY CODE IN OIL SPILLAGE CASES

C.O. Okwelum Esq................................................................... 197

 INFLUENCE OF TELEVISION VIEWEING ON FOOD HABITS AND CHOICES OF CHILDREN IN AN URBAN AREA OF EDO STATE, NIGERIA.

Aitaegbebhunu Justina.......................................................................................205

IMPORTANCE OF CAPACITY BUILDING, HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT & EMPOWERMENT

Nwanosike, Oba F. ................................................................................................. 213

RE-INFORCING TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN THE 9-3-4 EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME IN NIGERIA

Ediagbonya, Kennedy and Apata, Susan ‘Toyin (Mrs.) and Osawaru, Justus A..................................................................... 221

 IMPLICATION OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (ICT) FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN NIGERIA

Ugbomhe Okpo Ugbomhe and Abdulganiyu Braimah and Osagiede Afe Mercy.................................................................. 228

REDUCING POVERTY AMONG RURAL WOMEN IN NIGERIA: ROLE OF THE HOME ECONOMIST

Dr (Mrs) Bridget E. Uwameiye.................................................... 241

 GLOBAL WARMING: AN IMPEDIMENT TO THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL ON FOOD – THE WAY FORWARD.

Iyayi Francisca ...................................................................................................... 247

 EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF PRIMARY HEALTH CARE (PHC) STRATEGY: A PANACEA TO HEALTH NEED IN NIGERIA

MR. Ohwofasa, Wilson Onokohwomomo and Dr. Alenoghena Innocent ............................................................................. 252

 TEENAGE PREGNANCY PREVENTION PROGRAMS: LINKING RESEARCH AND PRACTICE

Adedeji, C. E., Ihensekhien, I. and Prof. L.I Salami................................................................................... 259

ENHANCING PROTEIN INTAKE AMONG PROTEIN DEFICIENT POPULACE THROUGH THE USE OF TEXTURIZED VEGETABLE PROTEIN

Ehioghiren Uyiosa Faith and Edema Otsemaye Justina.................................................................................. 265

ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR BUSINESS EDUCATION STUDENTS:

A PANACEA FOR COMBATING GRADUATES’ UNEMPLOYMENT

Nwaekete, John Ogochukwu..................................................... 270

 THE USE OF CONDOMS AS A STRATEGY FOR PREVENTION OF SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES IN NIGERIA

DR. C.O. Olokor........................................................................ 276

 GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP FOR WOMEN: A PANACEA FOR WOMEN EMPOWERMENT AND COPING WITH INFLATION IN NIGERIAN FAMILIES

Oshio, L. E. and Emeoparia, P. O............................................................................................... 285