Current Issue - Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

Journal of African Social Studies (JASS)

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Current Issue - Vol 2 No 1 January, 2021

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Assessing Nigerian Teachers’ Participation, Attitude and Perception  of Democratic Governance by Ayodeji Peter IFEGBESAN, Olufunmilayo Toyin IYUNADE  & Babalola Stephen ITASANMI

Factors Affecting the Implementation of National Values Curriculum  in Secondary Schools in Ekeremor Local  Government Area, Bayelsa State, Nigeria by  Victory Collins OWEDE, Lucky Daniel AYAKEME  & Christiana Oyins EBIMOGHAN

Adult Education Programme in Nigeria as a British Colonial Legacy:  Relevance for National Development by Simeon C. D. IMONYE, Peter U. IWUNNA,  Catherine O. C. OKORO, Jones J. OGUADINMA  & Bridget O. DIOKA

Perspectives on Development of a Sustainable Framework  for Culture and Environmental Education for the 21st Century by  Emmanuel Ndan DANLADI & Nehemiah Wokji GOTIP

Language as an Element of Human Cultures: Relevance  for the Transmission of Indigenous Nigerian Values by  Bridget O. DIOKA, Peter U.IWUNNA &  Ifenyinwa B. EBUBECHINEKE

Assessment of Content and Pedagogical Knowledge of  Social Studies Student-Teachers in Full-time and Sandwich  Programmes in the University Of Benin by  Bernice Nefeye AGHAHOWA & Ivy Iyore OMOREGBE

Effective Early Childhood Education: A Tool for Achieving Nigerian  National Motto by  J. O. OKEWOLE & A. A. ADEDOYIN

Effects of Formative Assessment Strategy on Upper Basic  Students’ Attitude and Achievement in Social Studies in  Katsina Metropolis, Nigeria by  Halimat Upe SALAU, Adeyemo Dauda ARIYA & Gladys Odua OTI

Education and Social Wellbeing: Implications and Prospects  in Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, Rivers State,  Nigeria by  Patience Okwuchi OBI & Rosemary Chinyere NNAMOCHA

Effect of Inquiry-based Teaching Technique snd Gender on  Students’ Achievement in Selected Concepts in Social  Studies, in Bayelsa State, Nigeria by  Daniel Lucky AYAKEME & Francis KOLOKOLO

Assessment of Attitudinal Roles of Social Studies Educators in Promoting Inclusive Educaton in Schools by  Babajide Olanipekun OLAOJO

Effects of Group-investigation Technique on Junior Secondary  School Students’ Attitudes Towards Social Studies in Jos  North, Plateau State by  Ruth James UMARU, Hilary Ejim EGAN & Gladys O. OTI

Igbo Traditional Kolanut as the Ultimate Symbol of  Hospitality and Friendship by  Bridget O. DIOKA, Peter U. IWUNNA &  Ifenyinwa B. EBUBECHINEKE

Exploring the Relevance of Physical and Health Education  as a Primary School Subject in Nigeria by  Peter U. IWUNNA, Innocent E. OKEREKE, Simeon C. DIMONYE,  Catherine O.C. OKORO & Bridget O.DIOKA

Influence of Social Studies in the Consolidation of Democracy  in Nigeria by Sylvester Ade BAALE

Influence of Availability and Utilization of Information and  Communication Technology on Students’ Learning of Civic  Education in Senior Secondary Schools in Bwari Area  Council, FCT, Abuja . by  Olaitan Titilayo AKINOLA & Michael Olawale OJO

Indoctrinating Informal Social Studies and Parental Styles  as a Predictor of Youth Value Complacency in Ilorin  Metropolis by  Timothy Opeyemi YAYI, Ridwanullahi Kolapo ONIYE &  Oladimeji Samuel FATOKI

A Search of Appropriate Online Instructional Applications in  COVID-19 Areas: Social Studies Teachers Perception by  A. YUSUF & K. E.OBAFEMI

Assessment of Environmental Disturbance and Coping  Strategies of Early Childhood Education Centres Located  Around Business Areas in Lagos State, Nigeria by  Olalekan Elijah OJEDOKUN & Ifeoma Elizabeth OGHALI

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