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Title: Re-Directing Teacher’s Knowledge On Social And Health Education Of Pupils: A Panacea For Human Peace Enhancement In Nigeria
Authors: Owojaiye, Sunday Oni
Solomon, Adebayo Olabode
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Journal of the Trans African University and Research Development Network (TAURDN)
Series/Report no.: Vol. 4;Pp 62-71
Abstract: This paper studied re-directing Teachers’ knowledge on social and Health Education of pupils; panacea human peace enhancement in Nigeria. The Population for the study was 2000 (Two thousand) Social Studies and Health Education Teachers from primary schools from Eastern, Central and Western senatorial district, Kogi State, Nigeria. The instrument for the study was a Researchers structured, validated and reliable value of 0.89. The data collected for the study was by the Researchers. Data gathered was analyzed using Spearman Ranking Order (S-RHO) at 0.05 level of significance and 998 degree of freedom. Based on the results of data analysis and the discussions, it could be recommended that (1) social studies and Health Education subjects should be adopted as core course in all levels of education in Nigeria. (2) All teachers teaching in Nursery, Primary and post primary schools should he sent on two year study in social studies and Health Education's Credit pass in Social Studies and Health Education should form part of subjects that Universities must consider as pre-requisite for entry into Certificate, Diploma, Pre-degree and Degree programmes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1159
ISSN: 978-487-331
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