International Journal of Research in Education

IJRE Volume 1 Number 1


 

Access to internet and socio-economic background as correlates of secondary school students’ performance in biology 

Akachukwu, Esther E. & Adimonyemma, Ruffina N.

Adolescent social development implication for teaching and learning

Alfred Afamefuna Ezejigwu

The effect of single parenting on academic pursuit and behaviour of adolescents in post primary institutions

Alfred Afamefuna Ezejiegwu

Teacher education and character development of trainee teachers: The challenges and solution.

Orakwue Ifeoma C.,

Nutritional knowledge, attitude and infant feeding care practices of nursing mothers in Onitsha Education zone: Implications for secondary school teaching of Biology and Health Education.

1Orajekwe Veronica Ngozi (Ph.D), 2Chikaobi, Patrick C. (Ph.D) & 3Oguaju Bridget Nwamaka (MPH)

Factors of teenage pregnancy among secondary school biology students: A case study of Awka Education zone.

Oguaju Bridget Nwamaka (MPH)

Poor enrolment of senior secondary students in science: A case study of Onitsha Education Zone.

Obiadazie, Chizoba Sabina and Nweke, Philomena O.

Awareness physical, social and emotional health risks associated with teenage pregnancy among adolescents in school in Awka South Local Government Area

Nwankwo, Nonyelum Stella and Orajekwe, Veronica Ngozi (Ph.D.)

Enhancing human capital development through effective utilization of instructional materials on the teaching and learning of agricultural science in Ezeagu Local Government area of Enugu State, Nigeria.

1Onwudinjo, Louis Ejike (Ph.D), 2Nzekwe, Chinelo A., 3Hampo, Happiness Obiageri

 

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