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Vol. 3 No. 1 (2023)

Published: January 19, 2023

Promoting Diversity in Our Classrooms

73-76 Ude, Veronica Chinonyelum, Ph. D.

Effect of Formative Assessment Practice on Students’ Academic Achievement in Upper Basic Mathematics in Enugu East LGA, Enugu State, Nigeria

1-``10 Prof. Uche N. V. Agwagah , Euphemia N. Ezieke

Secondary School Teachers’ and Students’ Attitude Towards Teaching and Learning of Sex Education in Enugu East Local Government Area of Enugu State, Nigeria

120-127 Enebechi, Regina I., Iyoke, J. O., Eze, Joseph Chukwuemeka

Perceived Challenges in Courseware Materials Preparation for Open and Distance Education

61-67 Omachi, Daniel, Ph. D.

Teacher-Student Relationship in Teaching and Learning Process

109-114 Onyia, Anthony A. , Engr. Chibuko, G. I. , Nnadozie, Anthony O. K., Ph. D

Family Background as Correlates of Academic Achievement of Secondary School Students in Bomadi Education Zone, Delta State, Nigeria

51-60 Macauley, Deinghan Ray

Attitude of Students Towards Geography in Public Boarding Secondary Schools in Enelerai Zone, Narok South Sub-County, Kenya

162-168 Osuji, Gregory Ekene , Chelule, Rhema-Theophorusa C.

Strategies Adopted by Principals in the Management of Human Resources in Public Secondary Schools in Enugu Education Zone, Enugu State

95-101 Ogbuanu, H. C., Aroh, M. O. , Agigwo, I. J.

Conservation of an Endangered Species: The Female in STEM

28-33 Bernadette Ezeliora

Entrepreneurship Education as a Correlation to Job Creation and Unemployment Reduction in Cross River State, Nigeria

143-152 Odike, Mary Rose, Okolo, Ebere U. , Otoh, Agnes

Influence of Peer Group on Economics Students’ Academic Performance in Secondary Schools in Enugu East L.G.A. of Enugu State, Nigeria

77-84 Okoye, Chukwuemeka Alexander, Ph. D. , Asogwa, Uchechukwu Ugochukwu , Ugbala, Joy Ifechukwu

Assessing the Validity of Christian Religious Studies Multiple-Choice Items of Enugu State Basic Education Certificate Examination

11-17 Kunuba, Agatha Chukwufumnanya, Ph. D. , Prof. L. C. Anigbo, Ph. D.

Influence of Cooperative Learning Strategy on Students’ Academic Achievement in School Chemistry

128-135 Anijah, Charity Adaobi

Adolescents’ Perception of Justice and Attitude to Victims of Bullying in Senior Secondary Schools

68-72 Prof. Uchenna Eze, Ph. D. , Linda Ejiofor

Extraction and Saponification of Vegetable Oils: Implication for Science Process Skill Acquisition

115-119 Onyegbu, Chinwendu Comfort

Availability, Use and Challenges of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Chemistry Education

43-50 Udegbunam, Chiemeka Anastasia

Influence of Divorce on the Academic Performance of Primary School Pupils in Enugu East Local Government Area of Enugu State, Nigeria

102-108 Agusiobo, Hilda Chineze, Ph. D., Agukwe-Oluoma, Chiamaka

Principals’ Application of Staff Involvement Skills in Decision Making in the Attainment of School Goals

34-42 Anukaenyi, Blessing, Ph. D. , Nwafor, Alphonsus Onyeachonam

Insecurity and Nation Building: Implications to Implementation of Universal Basic Education in Nigeria

153-162 Ishiwu, Innocent Ugwuoke, Uzoamaka Ogwo , Ayolugbe, Chinedu J.

Teacher Qualification and Competences in the Effective Implementation of Basic Science and Technology Curriculum in Schools

85-94 Enyi, Nkeiru Catherine, Ikenazor, Ifeoma Jane

Availability and Utilization of Information and Communication Technology in the Teaching and Learning of Business Education in Colleges of Education in Enugu State, Nigeria

18-27 Odike, MaryRose, Ph. D. , Nnabuchi, Chidera Tessy , Okolo, Ebere U., Ph. D.

Principals’ Application of Personnel Management Skills for Effective Human Relations and Staff Security in Secondary Schools in Enugu State, Nigeria

136-142 Udeani, Justina Ngozika, Ph. D.
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