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Title: Teaching Practice for Better Inclusive Teacher Education in Nigeria
Authors: Ahmodu, Jacob Shaibu
Saidu, Shuaibu
Mashelia, Musa Adamu
Issue Date: Jul-2015
Publisher: National Journal of Inclusive Education
Series/Report no.: Vol. 3;No.1; Pp 222-228
Abstract: Teaching practice is an important component in the Nigeria certificate in education programme. Teaching profession is a body, out to develop the whole nation through teaching learning situation. The paper therefore ii out to examine the position of teaching practice in national development, teaching practice as a matter of fact takes care of physical, spiritual, social and economic development of a nation (Adamu, 2002). In addition to that in teaching practice the focus is on cognitive, aflective and psychomotor development of an individual the essence of teaching practice is to ascertain that the basic principles of teaching as taught and learnt can be appropriately applied in all aspects of learning and teaching in the country. Therefore has to do with National Development and Growth. Also the paper considered the objectives of teaching practice in teacher education programme and national development, teaching practice codes of conducts, important of teaching practice and problems teaching practice, also recommendation were made in order to improve practices activities for betterment of inclusive teachers and national development.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1677
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