Identification of Difficult Teaching Topics in Integrated Science in Schools

Identification of Difficult Teaching Topics in Integrated Science in Schools

There is a general impression that integrated science is difficult by very nature. Teacher rationalize integrated science as highly structured and so abstract that is study requires special intellectual telnets, Agarkar (1998). Some teacher hold the view that integrated science wide subject. thus teachers see the subject as some thing esoteric tat is to be feared, Brown (1997) articulated the fact that the inherent notion held by many Africans that integrated science is a very difficult subject which is capable of thinking widely, is at the centre of the phobia which the teachers exhibit got integrated science and which has claimed many causalities over the years. [Read more…]

Causes of Pupils Lateness to School

Causes of Pupils Lateness to School

The issue of pupil’s lateness to school has been a persisting problem among the pupils in Orhionmwon Local Government Area in particular and the nation in general. In this chapter therefore the researchers will sort out some ideas, opinions and views of some authors, which are geared towards examining the factors that are responsible for lateness of pupils in primary schools. [Read more…]

Attitude of Teachers to Work

Attitude of Teachers to Work

This chapter reviewed different opinions by various writers on factors affecting attitude to work by secondary school teachers. The various factors that affect teacher’s attitude to work are thus
Concept of Attitude
•    Attitude to work by teachers’ factors influencing their attitude to work.
•    Problems affecting teachers’ attitude to work.
Concept of Attitude [Read more…]

The UBE Programme and Community Participation in Nigeria (A Case Study of Cross River State)

The UBE Programme and Community Participation in Nigeria (A Case Study of Cross River State)

Community participation in the provision of some Basic needs of the community is as old as the concept of community development.  Communities have always been concerned about the welfare and wellbeing of their members.  In the developing countries of the world, from time past, members of the communities have always mobilized themselves through concerted effort toward addressing common problem affecting them. [Read more…]

Drug Abuse – Its effects and Solution

Drug Abuse – Its effects and Solution

Drug Abuse – Its effects and Solution 

WHAT IS DRUG? A drug is said to be an illegal substances that people take, smoke, inject e.t.c for the physical and mental effect it has.
THE MEANING OF ABUSE: is to take or use something in a way that is wrong or harmful to the user. Abuses are to misuse anything in access.
CONCEPTS OF DRUG ABUSE: drug abuse has since be define by many scientist. Olikeh (1980) described drug abuse as a substance that is use when it is not pharmacological or physically necessary. It can also be the misuse of anything in access. Bascom (1961) defined it as a situation whereby the dosage of drug or substances is exceeded by the user. [Read more…]