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Managing Vocational Education through Emerging Technologies and Innovations in Secondary Schools in Calabar Municipality of Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Paul Osa Igbineweka & Roland Osagie Omoregbee Abstract The study examined the relationship between managing vocational education and emerging technologies and innovations in public secondary schools in Calabar Municipality in Cross River State. Correlational research design was adopted for the study. The population was 788 including 773 teachers and 15 principals. Simple random sampling …

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A Survey of UNDP Activities Promoting Community Development in Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria

Dr Bella Charles Olabisi, Dr Glory Emmanuel Edoho & Dr Esther Bassey Arikpo Abstract This study, guided by two research questions, examined the activities of UNDP promoting community development in Southern Senatorial District of Cross River State, Nigeria. The survey research design was adopted for this study. The population is estimated at 12,098 people in …

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Teachers’ Perception of Causes, Consequences and Strategies in Managing Learning Disabilities among Secondary School Students in Anambra State

Ngozika L. Nwobi, Fransisca U. Udeagha, Edna N. Ofojebe & Blessing U. Mokwelu Abstract Learning disabilities is one of the challenges facing educational system. The study investigated the causes, consequences and strategies in managing learning disabilities in Anambra state using descriptive survey research design. A sample of 200 teachers was randomly selected from ten schools …

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Psychological Counselling of Bereaved Children and Victims of Insurgency in the 21st Century

Dr Joshua Y. Rotshak & Nanret John Abstract When a parent, friend or spouse dies, individuals must cope with the bereavement or the painful loss of loved one. The death of a significant other typically brings forth the painful and complex emotions of grief. Cultural and religious rituals are designed to help survivors adjust to …

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Effective Lesson Delivery: The Impact of Planning and Preparation

Esther Iroushu Ushie & Katen Godwin Daniel Abstract The act of teaching at any level cannot achieve its aims and objectives without careful planning and preparation. There is therefore no doubt that every successful venture, every undertaking with a successful outcome has been preceded by careful planning. The importance of planning cannot be overemphasized. It …

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Lifestyle Adjustment and Counselling Needs of People Living with Diabetes in Jos Metropolis

Dr Grace Onyowo Ugboha, Dr Joshua Y. Rotshak & Gunggung Munidang Diana Abstract This study adopted survey design to examine the lifestyle adjustment and counselling needs of people living with diabetes in Jos Metropolis. It was guided by six research questions and one hypothesis tested at 0.05 level of significance. The population of the study …

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Assessment of Tertiary Institutions’ Compliance to Post COVID-19 Guidelines in Functional Inclusive Education settings in Cross Rivers State

Innocent Ushi Igba, Raymond Ogbebe Ogar, Gregory Attah Unimuke, Woshor John Paul & Slyvester Ashikabe Nkebe Abstract The study assesses tertiary institutions’ compliance to post COVID-19 guidelines in functional inclusive education settings in Cross River state. The study adopted descriptive survey research design. Stratified random and purposive sampling techniques were used to select sixty (60) …

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Principals’ Social Intelligence and Leadership Role Performance in Public Secondary Schools in Abia State, Nigeria

Dr E. E. Emanghe, E. C. Madukwe,  B. I. Nwanunu & M. M. Ogbeche Abstract This study examined principals’ social intelligence and leadership role performance in public secondary schools in Abia State, Nigeria. Correlational research design was adopted for the study. Seven hundred and sixty five (765) principals and vice principals were used as sample …

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Counselling, Socio-Economic Factors and Family Planning among Couples in Ikono Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State

Dr Paulina Mbua Anake, Dr Nnyenkpa Ntui Anyin & Ubong Christopher Akpan Abstract The main purpose of this study was to determine the influence of counselling and socio-economic factors towards family planning among couples in Ikono Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State. To achieve the aim, two null hypotheses were formulated to guide the …

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Developmentally-Appropriate Materials for Enhancing Cognitive Development in Young Children

Grace Selzing-Musa & Onuigbo Kingsley Obinna Abstract Cognitive development is the process of acquiring, understanding, organizing, and learning to utilize information from birth through eight years. It involves the way young children explore and interact with and better understand the world around them. Although teachers can deliberately enhance cognitive skills in leaners by incorporating materials …

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