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2006

Fort Hays State University

Nigeria

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Methodological Competencies Of Teachers: A Study Of Nigeria, Nwachukwu Ololube Apr 2006

Methodological Competencies Of Teachers: A Study Of Nigeria, Nwachukwu Ololube

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

Secondary schools in Nigeria operate within the guidelines provided by the National Policy on Education (NPE) 1981, revised 1989 (Federal Government of Nigeria, 1989). This document stipulates the objectives of secondary education, the caliber of teachers to teach in them and their qualifications, as well as the curriculum content and methodology to be employed. It is frightening, however, to mention that in spite of the provision in the NPE, lots of problems still hinder secondary school education development in Nigeria. These include among others: acute shortage of the employability of professionally qualified teachers and the recruitment of unqualified and untrained ...


Decisional Deprivation, Equilibrium And Saturation As Variables In Teacher Motivation, Job Satisfaction And Morale In Nigeria, Pv. F. Permetomode Jan 2006

Decisional Deprivation, Equilibrium And Saturation As Variables In Teacher Motivation, Job Satisfaction And Morale In Nigeria, Pv. F. Permetomode

Academic Leadership: The Online Journal

Decision-making is a key responsibility of all school administrators. While some single handedly take decisions, others consult with their subordinates before taking decisions, yet some others involve subordinates and they both take decisions collectively. This latter phenomenon has been aptly described as participative or collective decision making. One other major concern of educational administrators has been how to motivate, ensure a feeling of job satisfaction and engender high morale in their teachers and other subordinates. This is because it is assumed that motivated, satisfied teachers with high morale are likely to be more committed to their duties and also be ...