Connected Development [CODE] is a non government organization whose mission is to improve access to information and empower local communities in Africa. We strengthen local communities by creating platforms for dialogue, enabling informed debate, and building capacities of marginalized communities which will bring about social and economic progress within communities, while promoting transparency and accountability.
Managing the Challenges and Prospects of the New Teacher in Contemporary Nigeria
A nation that is aspiring for greatness, self-sufficiency, political and economic emancipation cannot afford running away from effective system...
Improvisation/Teaching AIDS: Aid to Effective Teaching of English Language
This paper stresses the need to make English language lessons easy and enjoyable through the use of instructional aid/improvisation. The poor...
Social Studies Teachers' Perception of the Junior Secondary School Social Studies Curriculum in Edo State
Curriculum development and implementation have pre-occupied the minds educationists and philosophers since the global evolution of modern...
Gender Issues in Basic Education and National Development in Nigeria
Research has shown that education is one of the most effective development investments countries can make. Adequate investments in education...
A Study on Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Contraception among Secondary School Students in Ekpoma, Nigeria
Background: Adolescent sexual activity, early pregnancy, induced abortion and increased HIV/AIDS infection have become a major concern in Nigeria...
International Centre for Science, Humanities and Education Research
ICSHER has held conferences annually for 10 years, produced 11 volumes and 17 issues of her journal called NASHERJ. It is registered with Corporate Affairs with reg no RC 1092968. It has a 15 member Trustees from universities and colleges of education mainly spread across the nation and hopes to draw interested members from outside Nigeria soon. The aspects of training/capacity building as well as corporate research are still being developed and hope to get to peak soon.
Benin Journal of Educational Studies
The Benin Journal of Educational Studies (BJES) features articles on contemporary educational issues and practice from the academic community in and outside Nigeria. Its particularly emphasis is on issues and problems that are of relevance to educational theory and practice in Nigeria in particular, and Africa in general.
Continental Journal of Education Research
Publishes regular papers and special issues on specific topics of interest to international audiences of educational researchers, students and policy makers.